An Irish Connection
An Irishwoman living in Boston, Kerrie Burke has a special place in SteamLine's Ireland-based heart. With her adventurous mindset and charismatic style, Kerrie has brightened the Massachusetts capital since 2010. And Kerrie knows how to travel beautifully, turning even the nearest getaways throughout the pandemic into special occasions to share her charming lens. Recently, Kerrie made a mini travel comeback to Richmond, Rhode Island, bringing her SteamLine Sea Green Editors along.
Kerrie Burke Styles the Sea Green Editor with a coral summer dress, strappy nude sandals, and a matching Vespa.
Kerrie on being an Irishwoman in Boston:
"We've been living in Boston for almost ten years now and despite those winters I still feel incredibly lucky to call this beautiful city home. While very different in some ways there are people and parts of Boston who are more Irish than the Irish themselves and that's made the transition much easier from day one. Whenever I'm feeling homesick I can swing by Greenhill's Bakery where I not only get my soda bread fix but a chance to soak up the sounds of home (A.K.A. six older gents crowded around a too-small-table drinking tea, swapping stories and having "the craic") which is such a luxury!"
Kerrie on what being Irish means to her:
"It means knowing there's a big difference between St. Paddy's and St. Patty's (for us, Patty is a Simpsons character and The Sun is a newspaper—sadly!) but I love the enthusiasm anyway!"
A selection of Kerrie's Ireland-inspired ensembles.
Kerrie Burke dresses up to travel beautifully with the Sea Green Editor Carryon at the @preservesportingclub in Richmond, Rhode Island.
Taking her cases for a spin on a coordinately chic Vespa in Richmond.