How to Pack Light for a 14 Day Long Trip to Ireland

When I first found out I would be able to travel to Ireland I was immediately so grateful and excited for the opportunity! Among these thoughts I couldn’t help but wonder how on earth I was going to pack on the lighter side for a 14 day trip. With a little inspiration from livelovesara.com, I can happily say I was able to do this and I’m here to share how.

Black Cami from H&M | Gray T-Shirt | Black Flowy Top | White V-Neck Tee | ASOS Leather Jacket | Tan Sweater | Cream Button Up Sweater | Gray Cardigan | Black Floral Wrap Skirt | Flowy Tan Pants | Rain Jacket | Red Casual Maxi Dress | Black Jumpsuit | ASOS Light Denim Jeans | Black Jeans | Free People Hair Scarf | Black Hat | Ray Bans | Snake Print Belt | ASOS Mule Loafers | Steve Madden White Platforms | H&M Boots | Circular Purse | H&M Purse

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OUR FIRST STOP: DUBLIN

I could not have been more happy that our first stop was in Dublin. This city was one of my favorites to visit and the atmosphere was incredible. We arrived in Ireland one day before our bus tour began, allowing us to explore the entire day. We stopped at the Christ Church Cathedral, St. Stephen’s Green, and even were able to tour the Guinness Factory and order a pint at the Gravity Bar.

On our second day, we went to a delicious place for brunch and toured the city a bit more. I wore this casual and comfy black jumpsuit with a gray t-shirt layered underneath, my comfortable Steve Madden Platforms, and my boho circular purse.


A HISTORICAL VISIT TO BELFAST

On our third day we headed up to Northern Ireland to learn more about the history of Belfast. We visited city hall and explored the streets while stopping at an awesome pub!


GIANT’S CAUSEWAY

We lucked out with beautiful weather on the day we traveled to Giant’s Causeway. On this day I wore a casual outfit to hike and adventure on the mountains. The view was absolutely stunning!


RAINY DAYS IN LONDONDERRY AND MALIN HEAD

We were able to travel to Londonderry (Derry) for two days and tour the city with our group. We walked along the Peace Bridge and explored historical landmarks. For this day it was a bit rainy and chilly so I paired my rain jacket with my white v-neck, tan flowy pants, and white sneakers. It was a great outfit for our adventure. We traveled to the most northern part of Ireland, Malin Head, to see some more amazing views as well.


A QUICK STOP IN BELLEEK AND KYLEMORE ABBEY

We had great weather in Belleek were I was able to wear my casual red maxi dress, white sneakers, and a tan cardigan in case it got a little chilly. Kylemore Abbey and the gardens were also a beautiful place to visit and walk around during our trip.


AN AFTERNOON IN GALWAY

Although we only were able to spend a couple hours in Galway, it was a fun little stop on our tour! I wore my casual and black jumpsuit with my signature white platforms. The tan cardigan I carried around all week came in handy when it got cold throughout the day. The weather was always changing in Ireland so you had to make sure you stayed prepared!


THE CLIFFS OF MOHER

Luckily, the weather on the day we went to the cliffs was great! It was pretty sunny so we were able to walk through the trails at the Cliffs of Moher. For this day I wore my light wash jeans from ASOS and a plain H&M sweater.


THE BLARNEY CASTLE

At the Blarney Castle we explored the castle grounds and even walked to the top to kiss the Blarney Stone! For this day I wore all black with my white sneakers. This was a beautiful castle and the view from the top was even more incredible!


MY FAVORITE STOP: KILLARNEY

Killarney was so full of life and excitement. The national park was stunning and the city was so lively. For these two days in my favorite city I wore a more casual outfit one day and a more dressy one the next. My casual outfit being my white v-neck tee paired with a floral wrap skirt, and my second outfit – a black lace cami, with tan trousers, and mule loafers. Both outfits were comfortable and perfect to make a fashion statement.


THE FINAL DESTINATION: KILKENNY

Our last stop was in Kilkenny before we headed back to Dublin to catch our flight. During this relaxing day exploring the town, I wore my casual red dress and cream rain jacket. Kilkenny was on of my favorites and I would definitely visit again!

My trip to Ireland was truly the best I had ever been on and I made so many memories. I am so grateful to have had this opportunity and I can’t wait to go back one day.

Let me know in the comments below if you found this helpful and if you’ve ever been to Ireland before!

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