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Top coats

A trench coat is always a winner whatever the season. It is the perfect cover-up when the skies open and the rain pours down or if you are dashing out between the showers. Even on bright and breezy days it looks great.

What's in my wardrobe

I am always asked where I like to shop, what I invest in, and have I any fashion dislikes. These are difficult questions to answer given that fashion constantly changes and, naturally, so do I. Being surrounded by fashion on a daily basis does open your eyes to new things, new trends, and new styling tips, but I tend to stay true to the pieces I like to wear and that suit my shape. I have essentially been wearing the same ‘go-to’ outfit for years, but change this each season with new colours, shapes, and lots of accessories. So what is the outfit? Well let me break it down for you.

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.

Skinnies or not skinnies

Skinny jeans have been around for some time now, and are still a coveted piece in a contemporary wardrobe. But this season we are seeing the return of the classic bootleg jeans, and I wonder if they had even gone away? To my eyes bootleg jeans clearly never went out of fashion, but skinny jeans took centre stage and it is no surprise that we thought skinnies were the only denim that were fashionable.

All in one

When I was a child, I wore a pinafore to school. I never thought almost 25 years later, I would be back wearing a pinafore, and versions of it, as a fashion trend. I have no idea who is to blame for the return of the “all-in-one” look, but whoever did, must have known it was going to be the must have item for our summer wardrobes. Comfort and style all in one, plus a huge saving on your suitcase space, the jumpsuit, playsuit, pinafore, and dungaree trend have been reinvented for the current season. The jumpsuit has been here for a couple of seasons now, but this year we see shapes and styles change, to make this look more wearable.

Jean jeanius

Pepe Jeans delivers a style-savvy mix of global looks for spring/summer. An explosion of eye-catching prints and a carnival of colours, whimsical dresses, cut-off shorts, and gauzy tops are the keynotes of this collection.

Spring into style at Born Clothing

Everything is blooming in 2013. The floral print finds a romantic revival this spring and takes on a whole new lease of life.

The denim dilemma

No wardrobe should be without a good pair of jeans. Whether you prefer a skinny, a wide leg, or a boyfriend cut, jeans are a great staple, especially for the summer (if we ever get one). No matter what way you style them, they are the go-to piece, the old reliable, the never-let-you-down piece. My favourite outfit has always been a pair of dark denim skinny jeans, a white T-shirt, and a blazer, accessorised with scarves and lots of jewellery. It is chic and effortless, and most importantly, classic. Jeans are not always driven by trends, it is about fit and comfort in whatever style works for you. I have talked about denim before, but this time, it is about creating great outfits for the sun, or the rain.

The best of online

The beauty of how shopping has evolved means that we have almost every brand at our fingertips thanks to e-commerce and online retailers. The most coveted, must-have item can be ours the minute we read about it in a magazine. I have spent the last week between Dublin and London, previewing the best spring summer collections from some of the world’s most famous online shops. Trends like monochrome and print dominate, along with statement accessories, especially in neons, which will inspire a colourful and fun season in fashion.


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