I’m very excited to share this post with you all. It’s a very different style of post, definitely a first for me!
With so many beautiful outfits to showcase from Tralee, I thought what better way then to channel my inner Kendal Jenner (smizing is hard!) and present some evening dresses in the form of a photoshoot.
The location for the shoot was the stunning Bellurgan House, which was the ideal backdrop for to show off my dresses.
My photographer was Infocus Photography. I met John during my Louth Rose duties with one of my sponsors Russell’s Saloon before I went off to the Rose of Tralee festival. We instantly got on and I am delighted to have had the opportunity to work with him again.
My make up artist on the day was Emer Brady Make Up, who is only just starting out, but is very talented, make sure you check her out!
I wouldn’t have been able to have purchased these gorgeous dresses without the help from my many Louth Rose sponsors, so I want to say a huge thank you to all of them. Also I want to thank local Louth boutiques Modern Fashions and Sybil for kindly giving me a generous discount on their beautiful pieces.
Finally a special thanks to my wonderful friend and fabulous stylist & creative director, Niamh McKeever aka Lawless, who helped bring out my inner model.
Look 1 – Evening Gown from Boohoo.com
Worn for the Introduction of the Roses, where all 64 were presented at the festival by Marty Morriseey.
Look 2 – Evening Gown from Coast
Worn for the Rose Ball. Took part in a dance off with the Escorts in this…..we lost!
Look 3 – Couture Dress from Sybil
Worn for my second Judging interview after making the final 32.
Look 3 – Evening Gown from Modern Fashions
Worn for the evening parade, this was one of the most magical evenings during the festival. The abundance of tulle looked fantastic draped over our float, felt like such a princess.