What to Pack for Dublin, Ireland Packing Light

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Band Tee | White T-shirt | Black Long Sleeve | Grey Knit Shirt | Silk Blouse (another one here) | Black & White Sweater | Camel Sweater | Black Cardigan | Blazer | Casual Denim | Dark Denim | Black Pants | Black Dress | Green Coat | Tiger Print Scarf | Floral Scarf | Black Hat | Sunglasses | Black Boots | White Sneakers | Oxfords | Black Purse | Brown Purse |


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It’s a well-known fact that Dublin, Ireland is on my list of cities that I would like to move to. I have been known to spend time taking Google Street view tours for my own pure enjoyment 😉 I’ve mentioned many times that one of my favourite book series is based in Dublin and I often Google street view tour around the city looking for the various sites that are in the books so I can visualize them better. Is that geeky?

The visual touring actually ties in to one of my favourite things/games to do online. It’s called GeoGuessr and I have lost many hours playing it. Have I mentioned it before? The gist of it is they drop you some place in the world (you can also choose more specific maps) and you have to use Google Street View to travel around and figure out where you are. When you think you know it you make a guess. It tells you how accurate you are, and you receive points based on the distance between your guess and the actual location. There is a single player and challenge mode but I do it just for my own personal fun and stick to single player. It can get pretty intense when you see street signs in other languages and you have to try to translate them to see if there is any clues. If you like time sucking educational games/challenges then it may be up your alley.

The person who requested this what to pack for Dublin, Ireland for two weeks in the fall is actually going to Dublin partly because of her love of the same series. She said the books solidified her decision to where she was vacationing this fall, after years of appreciating it through books. I feel the same way so I totally get that. I’m not sure my husband would understand that reasoning behind my decision, but really it’s just a small part of the draw for me.

This weeks list would also make a good fall wardrobe like last week’s. When I think of Ireland I think of deep green and rich, earthy tones which is what I went with. The green coat is amazing, as is the cherry colour, checked blazer (Zara has some great pieces that are rolling in for autumn). When it came down to the footwear choices I was having some trouble making up my mind. In one hand I am a total sneaker girl and would never, ever pack for a trip without at least one pair (and if I am honest it would probably be two pairs). But something about this wardrobe screams “I need a pair of oxfords” so I was having a dilemma choosing between flats, sneakers, and oxfords (a pair of booties is a must so that was a definite choice). What would you go with?

*Don’t forget some tights to wear under a dress if you bring one. These are opaque and fleece lined.

Side note: I just received an email that the Ikea catalogue is available so that just made my whole day.

If you are wondering what to pack for a two week vacation to Dublin, Ireland, you can see some outfit ideas ideas here. What to Pack for Dublin Packing Light List | What to pack for Ireland | What to Pack for Autumn | Packing Light | Packing List | What to pack for the Europe | Travel Light | Travel Wardrobe | Travel Capsule | Capsule | Dublin | Ireland | Europe

Band Tee | White T-shirt | Black Long Sleeve | Grey Knit Shirt | Silk Blouse (another one here) | Black & White Sweater | Camel Sweater | Black Cardigan | Blazer | Casual Denim | Dark Denim | Black Pants | Black Dress | Green Coat | Tiger Print Scarf | Floral Scarf | Black Hat | Sunglasses | Black Boots | White Sneakers | Oxfords | Black Purse | Brown Purse |


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5 Comments

  1. I totally have that Radiohead t-shirt… but I bought mine from the Radiohead website in the late 90’s!!

    • Being an original from the 90’s makes it a million times better. I wish I kept my 90’s tees 🙁

  2. that GeoGuessr game sounds awesome! i started listening to darkfever on audiobook the other day while at work-it makes the 9 hour days pass by a bit quicker 🙂 it looks like there’s a few books in the series, so hopefully i end up listening to them in the right order!

    i would deffo go with either sneakers or oxfords if you’re in dublin. between all the walking and condition of the streets, i’d want something with comfort and a bit of ankle support. that plus i feel like flats wouldn’t be able to handle the rain/rain puddles and you’d end up with miserable feet. it’s hard to find shoes for travel that can go from a casual day out to a nice dinner without feeling like you just want to bring a suitcase devoted to shoes so you have all your bases covered!

    • Yes! There are 7 books I think. I’m too tired to go count at the moment 😉 the series is done now so it’s a good time to read them. Unlike me who had to wait a year between new ones.

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