The Best Fuzzy Coat

Good morning from IRELAND, you guys! If you’re reading this during the morning, we are probably just now landing in Dublin. We were supposed to get here yesterday but we were delayed a day (due to the weather). I think we’re grabbing a rental car as soon as we get in and road tripping to the countryside, and honestly I’m terrified because we have to drive on the left side of the road!!!! Lol! But I’m SO excited to explore Ireland! I brought this exact sherpa fuzzy coat with me because it’s supposed to be freezing while we’re here. This coat already saved me on the flights over – it is SO warm and I love that it’s longer, because it keeps a portion of your legs warm, too. 🙂

If you’ve been to Ireland before and have any recommendations, I’d love to hear them! Xoxo!

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  1. Anne Arnold

    Hey Caitlin, love these photos! The coat looks extremely cosy, may I ask what size you got as the reviews are inconclusive? Enjoy Ireland! I am going to England this week, shame you’re not there. Lots of love from Germany, Anne
    P.S. hope Chris and you are feeling a little better. Chin up. xx

  2. That skirt is so cute!! Have fun in Ireland. Can’t wait to following along on IG!

  3. I just got back from Ireland. Its one of my favorite places to visit! The Irish people are fabulous!!! A few suggestions, Cliffs of Mohar, Temple Bar, Killarney, Black Car Tour in Belfast for some CRAZY history, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Guiness Brewery, Jameson Distillery tour, visit the castles in the country! Have fun!

  4. Lena Flores

    HAVE FUN!!! my boyfriend’s family is Irish! I’ve always wanted to go to Ireland! I hope you have a blast and we get to see tons of pictures. Love the outfit by the way <3

    • Orla de Barra

      Welcome to Ireland! I’ve recently discovered your blog and I’m so excited you are visiting my hometown! Hope you enjoy 🙂

  5. Obsessed with that coat! It looks incredible and perfect for the holidays!

    K A T E L A T E L Y //

  6. Krysta

    I definitely recommend the Dublin Writers Museum and the Brazen Head pub! Have a blast!

  7. If you’re near Galway go to The Front Door pub! It’s a great lively pub with live music. The views around Galway are stunning too! If you go to Dublin I highly recommend the Guinness Storehouse even if you’re not a fan of beer, it’s still a pretty cool experience. Ireland was one of my favorite places abroad!

  8. Such a cute look on you – always love a good plaid during the fall months!

    xo, Mia

  9. Mallory

    We went to Ireland a few years ago and loved it! I would recommend staying at Ashford Castle and, if you’re going to Northern Ireland, there’s a small restaurant called the Bucks Head Inn in Newcastle – best meal of our entire trip. If you have time, I’d also recommend just driving through the country side along the west coast and stopping at some of the smaller, less touristy castles. The castles and the cliffs along the beaches are breathtaking. Enjoy your trip!

  10. Thanks for sharing this adorable outfit and coat!! Always love your style!

  11. How amazing, have fun on your Ireland trip!
    That coat is super pretty, I like how it is not overly bulky.
    Xx Janine

  12. This is the best sherpa jacket for SURE and I know it’ll keep you warm in Ireland — have the best time with your gal pals and enjoy some winter market shops while you are visiting!!

    XO Amanda || Affordable by Amanda

  13. Katie

    I am a longtime reader of your blog and I love your style.
    Oh my gosh that is so cool you’re going to Ireland. I just came back from Dublin last weekend and it was an amazing experience. I don’t know if you have good Mexican places where you live but I highly recommend Cafe Azteca. The food is amazing. I live in Europe and genuine Mexican restaurants are hard to come by. I tried both the chimichanga and enchiladas and they were dielicious. The Mexican sodas are also really good.

    I would also recommend going to John’s Lane Church. Entry is free and it is such a beautiful church! In my opinion it is more impressive than Christ Church Cathedral and St. Patrick’s Cathedral. I also went to the Dublinia museum where I learned about the medieval and viking history. That was a really cool experience.

    If you like to eating gelato you should try Gino’s Gelato at 41 Henry Street
    Henry Street
    Dublin 1.

    I hope you have a really awesome time!

  14. Katie

    I have been a longtime reader of your blog and I love your style.

    Oh my gosh that is so cool that you’re going to Ireland. I just came back from Dublin this Thanksgiving weekend and I loved it.

    I don’t know if you have good Mexican restaurants where you live but I highly recommend checking out Cafe Azteca on 19-22 Lord Edward Street. I ordered the chimichangas and enchiladas and they were delicious. I live in Europe and good Mexican restaurants are really hard to come by but I loved the food and environment here.

    I would also recommend visiting John’s Lane Church at 89 Thomas St. In my opinion this church is more beautiful than Christ Church and St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Admission is free.

    I also really enjoyed going to Dublinia museum where I learned about the medieval and Viking history of Dublin. It was really fascinating.

    If you like eating gelato there is an excellent gelato place on 41 Henry Street called Gino’s Gelato. Their gelato is really creamy and tasty.

    I hope you have fun in Ireland and I can’t wait to see your pictures!

  15. Katie B

    So cute!!! Ireland is fabulous, especially Killarney! The only thing I’ll caution you on is not to go to the Burger King in town – it’s not so craic!

  16. Trang

    You are going to LOVE Ireland! I got engaged there and have been dying to go back!! The locals are just lovely and the country side is just simply beautiful!
    When in Dublin, definitely visit the Guinness Store House, the Old Jameson Distillery and a must stop is Brazen Head Pub- Trinity College. You have to get a photo Ha’ Penny bridge! The Red Bus Tour gives you a good condensed version of the popular sights the city has to offer. Take one of those musically pub tours through temple bar, it’s a touristy but we had a great time!
    If you make it cross country, I highly recommend staying at Dromondland Castle, the grounds are spectacular and be sure to do the falconry- the Cliffs of Moor is a sight to be seen and Drive the Dingle Peninsula- stop at Muck Ross House and Toric Water Fall along the way!
    Have a blast, I can’t wait to see what you do!