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It’s March magic with special deals at Louis Copeland and Sons Galway

For the entire month of March, Louis Copeland & Sons Galway is offering a special deal on Louis Copeland owned suits, extra trousers or waistcoats valued at €139. The retail value of Louis Copeland suits in the offer are €499.

Slimming World transforms local student

For as long as he can remember, David was overweight. When he started secondary school, it spiralled out of control. He was buying lunches of white bread rolls with all the trimmings, chocolate, fizzy drinks, and sweets.

Dress for success

Dresses, the hallmark of the Italian label Peruzzi’s collection, are feminine, elegant and sophisticated.

In with the new

Department stores can be a Mecca of labels, and thankfully close to home we have a few of these to spoil us. And what makes me very excited is that two of my favourite labels, Sandro and Maje, are launching at Brown Thomas Galway. So what better way to check out what these labels will offer, than to do a little photoshoot and style up some looks to inspire your summer wardrobe.

Mid-heels are the new sexy

There is a new look in town, it is called the mid heel and I am a big fan. A refreshing alternative to sky-high heels, the mid heel gives us a natural allure and enough comfort to walk in all day. From chunky heels with open toe to classic coloured courts, comfortable slingbacks to wedges with ankle straps, these heels come in an array of styles and colours allowing you to update your wardrobe without compromising your comfort. Combine them with any of your work clothing, or weekend wear. Here is how to wear them this spring.

Back to basics

Simplicity is the key to looking great this season. Bright and breezy colours, minimal shapes and more relaxed styling are big fashion news, according to Anthony Ryan’s fashion show which showcased the latest looks for spring/summer at The Ardilaun recently.

Ten ways to makeover your working wardrobe

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1. Image counts. During the first few minutes of meeting someone your appearance will give away many clues about you. Hair style, make-up and clothes are all symbols which we can bring into play either consciously or subconsciously. Your image is constantly sending out messages to people so think carefully about what type of impression you want to create.

Get smart: autumn key pieces to transform your working look

As we spend more time at work than anywhere else, it is natural to put more time and thought into building a beautiful work wear wardrobe. Look forward to Monday mornings again with these key pieces to take the stress out of getting ready in the morning, and help you look smart, modern, and confident.

Ten fashion mistakes to avoid this season

This summer, more that any other, we are bombarded with fashion trends, not only in the shops but in the media. Tantalising images of the latest fashions and “must haves” are everywhere.

The nine to five

We all experience the feeling first thing on a Monday morning, dragging yourself out of bed, jumping in the shower, and then opening the wardrobe doors asking the same question: What will I wear? The traditional work wear attire consisted of the standard suit, for both men and women. For women, that has changed somewhat; the suit is disappearing and in come dresses and separates, which in essence, are far more flattering and comfortable to wear all day. That is not to say that dress policies specify what we can and cannot wear to work, so make sure you familiarise yourself with this before taking on any fashion experiments at work.

 

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