What to Wear in Dublin, Ireland

What to Wear in Dublin Outfit Options 1-10 #travellight #packinglight #traveltrips #packinglist #travel

Outfit 1 – Black Tank | Boyfriend Jeans | Cardigan | Purse | Converse
Outfit 2 – Grey Pullover | Dark Denim | Sunglasses | Watch | Purse | Flats
Outfit 3 – T-shirt | Black Pants | Umbrella | Clutch | Rainboots
Outfit 4 – Dress | Leather Jacket | Hat | Purse | Flats
Outfit 5 – White Blouse | Boyfriend Jeans | Hat | Scarf | Purse | Converse
Outfit 6 – Floral Blouse | Dark Denim | Sunglasses | Watch | Clutch | Flats
Outfit 7 – Dress | Black Pullover | Umbrella | Purse | Rainboots
Outfit 8 – Black Tank | Black Pants | Leather Jacket | Sunglasses | Clutch | Converse
Outfit 9 – T-shirt | Dark Denim | Cardigan | Hat | Clutch | Rainboots
Outfit 10 – Grey Pullover | Boyfriend Jeans | Sunglasses | Purse | Flats 

This packing list would work in most seasons since it doesn’t get ridiculously too cold or too hot throughout the year in Dublin. Everything is easy to build layers, or cut them out when needed. I like to stick to a fairly neutral palette so that it is easier to match everything but I also like to add some colour and pattern with a piece or two, I’m this case it is the green floral shirt by Boden which is such a lovely colour. It also comes in a light blue as well which is also very lovely.

The formula for this packing list is pretty easy:
1 light jacket + 5 tops (one cami/layering tank, t-shirt, white blouse, grey long sleeve, and a bright print top) +  2 sweaters (pullover and chunky cardigan) + 3 bottoms (dark denim, casual denim, and black pants) + dress + 3 shoes (rain boots, sneakers, flats) + accessories (hat, light scarf, sunglasses, watch, umbrella) +2 bags (purse and clutch).
You would be picking something from most of these categories to wear on the plane (or travelling there), preferably the items that take up most room to pack as light as possible.

If rain boots aren’t your thing they could easily be switched out with regular boots. I like wearing them and although Dublin’s annual rainfall is lower than London, it is spread out more so rainy periods are seen more often. The climate is relatively mild averaging 5°C in winter, and 20°C in summer which is perfect touring weather. The packing list for this post can be found here.

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What to Wear in Dublin Outfit Options 11-20 #travellight #packinglight #traveltrips #packinglist #travel

Outfit 11 – Floral Blouse | Black Pants | Leather Jacket | Purse | Rainboots
Outfit 12 – T-shirt | Boyfriend Jeans | Leather Jacket | Hat | Clutch | Flats
Outfit 13 – White Blouse | Dark Denim | Watch |Clutch | Flats
Outfit 14 – Dress | Scarf | Sunglasses | Purse | Converse
Outfit 15 – Grey Pullover | Black Pants | Watch | Clutch | Flats
Outfit 16 – Black Pullover | Boyfriend Jeans | Umbrella | Purse | Rainboots
Outfit 17 – Black Tank | Dark Denim | Leather Jacket | Umbrella | Clutch | Rainboots
Outfit 18 – White Blouse | Black Pants | Cardigan | Purse | Converse
Outfit 19 – Floral Blouse | Boyfriend Jeans | Watch | Sunglasses | Purse | Flats
Outfit 20 – Black Pullover | Black Pants | Leather Jacket | Hat | Clutch | Converse

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