Recently, my husband and spent the most amazing week in Ireland! Coincidentally, it was also our first time traveling outside the country with another couple. We ended up having an absolute blast, not to mention it was one of the most memorable trips I’ve ever been on. So keep on scrolling to see the first segment of our trip: Cliffs of Moher.
We went with a couple we’ve known awhile: our dear friends Angie and Jimmy. My friendship with Angie blossomed about a year and a half ago, and when Noah met her husband, they hit it off straight away! I’ve always felt like it’s so rare to find “couple friends”, so when you do, you have to hang on to them tight!
This was my second time visiting the breathtaking Cliffs of Moher, and it didn’t disappoint. I know it seems cliché and tourist-y, but it honestly is a must see if you go to Ireland. There’s nothing like being completely humbled by nature, and if the Cliffs of Moher don’t humble you, I don’t know what will.
True, you will have to battle an absurd mass of tourists to see this awe-inspiring landmark. And if you’re afraid of heights, you may want to brush up on some techniques to help you through the cliffside paths. However, I would highly recommend giving it a shot because I’ve never seen these Cliff’s equal.
It’s not everyday I get to shoot an outfit in such a gorgeous location! Sometimes you just have to sit and take it all in.
This is my favorite picture of the whole trip! We so rarely get a good picture together the two of us, that when it happens it’s like, “Wow, this is so nice!” I’m so glad I have such an amazing travel partner that I get to experience everything with. And having a photographer always tag along with you is mighty nice too! Ha! This is just part one of three of my Ireland blog posts, so stay tuned for the next two! All of my outfit details are listed below, enjoy!
Disclaimer: This post in my own personal opinion and I was not compensated by any companies that may or may not be mentioned. Likewise, I was not compensated by any companies linked above.