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My Saturday Style And The Script

On Saturday I want to see The Script in Croke Park all week I have been praying that it wouldnt rain and thank god my prayers wore answered as I decided to get my make-up and hair done as we wore making a night of it.

My hairdresser decided to do something a bit different and pop rollers into my hair and I have to say I really love how full my hair looked my makeup was very full on I did feel a bit drag queen but I got used to it.

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As for the outfit I decided to wear a midi black dress and unicorn bag  I picked up in the New Look sale and the long kimono and shoes are from from Primark/Penneys.


I met my friend Becky in Connolly train station and walked down to Croke Park stopping for a few drinks on the way and atmosphare was amazing we arrived just on time to see Pharrell Williams who as always was amazing he got the crowd going and sang his new and old songs and even got a load of children on stage dancing to Happy.




Than it was time for the The Script what an entrance they walked through the crowds with green flags coming for everywhere it was amazing entrance they sang all the songs you wanted them to and were amazing with the crowd. My favourite moment was when they moved to a smaller stage right in the middle of the crowd and sang The Man Can’t be moved and in very touching moment they dedicated If You Could See Me Now to the families of the Berkeley Tragedy.





I have to say it really was a memorable night.

Lots of Love




My name is carol I love fashion, beauty, books and travel so I will be keeping you updated on my love of fashion and life. Any questions please contact me on

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