Dublin: St Stephen's Green at Christmas

The weather was a bit crappy while we were in Dublin. However, when we went for a stroll around St Stephen's Green and the Christmas Market, the fog actually made it nicer. I got a bit snap happy - I love the way the colourful leaves stand out against the gray haze.

Zara jacket // H&M jumper // River Island leather leggings // Dorothy Perkins boots // Primark hat

These leggings are the best thing since sliced bread by the way! All the leather leggings I've had in the past have had no stretch or pathetic waist bands that do nothing to actually hold them up, These River Island babies have a huge elasticated waistband that sucks in my food baby as well as stopping me from flashing my bum to the world. Love them!

We strolled around the park, warming our hands with hot cider that we had bought from the Christmas market. Being honest I was disappointed with the market. I'd thought it'd be full of Christmas goodies like the ones in Paris and New York but there wasn't much of that really. There was however every food you could possibly think of! Arrive hungry...

I can't even begin to describe the smells in this place! Foodie heaven. Somehow we managed to resist and headed elsewhere to reheat and refuel. We found ourselves back on Dawson Street and dipped inside Cafe en Seine for a late lunch.

Good old fashioned comfort food in luxurious French surroundings - well worth a visit!

Whats the best Christmas market you've been to?

Christy xx

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