Wednesday, 26 July 2017

GUCCI BELT..

Happy humpday everyone- what a miserable day it has been in Ballycastle today. But when it rains it means I get to catch up on everything I have been missing out on recently- aka doing my posts!

As probably every one of you lot have seen on my Snapchat or else some form of social media, I was in Dublin at the weekend to buy something I have wanted for what seems like a lifetime to me- My Gucci Belt.
I would say my friends and family are probably happier than me that I finally got my hands on it -because they don't have to listen to me going on and on about it every single day- no joke that was me!


A lot of people, in fact, most people, have said to me that I am 'mad' for spending that amount of money on 'just a belt' and you know what, they are probably right with everything that goes on in the world, but I work extremely hard for everything I buy, whether it is £30 or £300, and if I want to treat myself then who is anyone to judge me on that, as my mother says, "you can't take it with you, so enjoy it while you can," and she is so right!

I phoned Brown Thomas during the week to see if they had the one I wanted in stock and the lovely lady told me that they didn't have any of my size in stock - I was so devastated as I really wanted to buy it when I went down to Dublin rather than having to order it in store or else online- I had waited long enough, three more days just wouldn't cut it haha


When we headed down, of course my first stop was Brown Thomas- in case anyone else was as mad as me on a Sunday morning you know?! (which by the way I would highly recommend NOT doing that train journey with a hangover or 2 hours sleep!) When we walked into Gucci they had a few sizes left, both of which weren't mines. I asked the man did they have any sizes except the ones on display and I honestly thought he said he would look and check for me out of politeness, so I started looking at the bags and my friend Margie came behind me and told me that he had took a couple out of the drawer, inside I was doing cartwheels and jumping up and down but I tried to act like a normal person and not a complete lunatic and play it cool- yeah that lasted around two minutes until he handed me them to try on and the inner child screaming up and down was released haha!

I tried both sizes on, gucci85 and gucci90 and I felt that the 90 sat better on me, there was more room at the end of it, so if I lost or most likely gained weight there would be the leverage there for me and it wouldn't be wasted as I am not joking, I will NEVER have this off me no matter where I am going or what I am wearing!
And as quick as that- it was mine!

My parents and sisters gave me money towards it for my birthday last month and my amazing best friend Margie gave me a 100 euro gift card for Brown Thomas towards it, or whatever I wanted, but let's be honest, it was never going to be spent on anything else except the belt was it?! So it didn't actually cost me that much, still a lot of money 'for a belt' none the less, but I think it is so worth it!


We headed to a few other shops and of course, Penny's, we kept to last as we knew we would have the biggest bags from there! Dublin is such an amazing and beautiful city and the shopping is amazing-the rate for the euro just isn't the best at the moment, but a weekend with all my girls will have to be spent here for sure soon!!



Thanks for reading girls, as always,

Emma Jane x



Pink Jacket is Primark, but shop here for a dupe.
T-shirt is Levis- Shop here.
Black mesh polka dot top- H&M
Black bralet- Shop here.
Denim Jeans- Shop here.
Black Jeans- Shop here.
Belt- Shop here. 



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Friday, 7 July 2017

HERE COME THE GIRLS..

Hello darlings!

Trust me to catch a cold/flu at the start of July, I haven't stopped sneezing this day- I am literally Sneezey from Snow White right now and nobody is giving me any sympathy, so hopefully someone does after this haha only joking I am sure I will be 100% again tomorrow, nothing a hot water bottle, an early night and a few cups of tea won't cure...right? Wronggg, I am heading to a wedding party tonight so anyone who sees's me there- avoid at all costs ok?!

So many of you gals have STILL been asking me about mine and my girls' race day outfits for Down Royal a couple of weeks ago, especially since Red Thread popped it up on her Facebook and Instagram over the past few days. I love it when you lot ask me about outfits or opinions on clothes, that is part of the reason why I started Emma Jane in the first place, because I love getting asked stuff like that. When I used to work in retail and customers used to buy the clothes in the shop because they saw it on me or another member of staff - I loved that feeling! I know- I'm weird af haha


Down Royal is one of my favourite days out and Ladies' Day happened to fall the day before my birthday this year, so it was such a brilliant excuse for a big Birthday outing and I was so thankful that everyone made the effort, even though they probably wanted to go to the races anyway- I'm saying it was all for me ok? haha
But my girls that could make it came along and we had the best day from start to finish, what's not to love about getting dolled up, drinking, eating and having the best craic with your best friends in the sunshine? Nope, nothing could beat it and I cannot wait for the November races, yes we are already planning them!


Last time I went to the races I wore a dress and I loved my outfit so much, don't get me wrong, but I just wanted something a bit different this time - I wear dresses all the time, so having something like what I wore this time around was definitely 'different' for me. So many people this year were wearing something different than the 'standard races outfit' and it was so amazing to see people in their own comfort zones wearing what they felt most comfortable in and not being afraid to either.


Although my outfit was still very much me; baby pinks, rose golds and a top made entirely of sequins? I mean if that isn't me then I don't know what is!
I feel like my outfit was definitely topped off by my amazing fascinator, it tied the whole outfit together and took it from a normal dressy outfit to a 'Race Day' outfit! I love love loved it as always. Sara is one talented little lady and I know she will go so far with this business, so many of you asked me where I got it from and, of course, it's from none other than my girl at Red Thread Bespoke Fascinators!





My messy side up do was by none other than Benny Okane at Mcgills in Ballycastle, getting up at 6.30am for me-what a star!
My bag was on sale in Monsoon at £12- bargain! 


Sinead dress was from Pretty Little Thing. It was so nice to see Sinead so dressed up, she looked a million dollars, love this look on her!



When I put a picture up of my bestie's shoes the day after the races you guys legit went crazy for them on my Snapchat, I had to put up a code for them on ASOS. But for those who didn't get it, I'll tag them below, as with everyone else if it is still available! Both of these girls looked stunning as always, trying to out do me on my birthday how dare they! Only kidding, they looked every bit the best-dressed lady- love!!



Margiie's amazing fascinator was hand made my the ladies at Prim and Penny and Ciara's was from our little sister who got hers online!


I got to spend some of the day with my blogger girls who were there too, how amazing do they look? So unique! They have links to their outfits on their social media sites linked below!



Massive thank you to everyone who wished me a Happy Birthday and those who commented on my outfit, I got absolutely spoilt rotten by my friends and family as always. Turning the dreaded 25 wasn't as bad as I thought you know!


Can anyone guess what I am FINALLY going to buy with my Birthday money? As if you lot don't know, I cannot contain my excitement to get it - I will never have it off me!


Thanks for reading as always
Emma Jane x







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