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The shoulder bag is big for autumn/winter. In fact, it’s the dominant handbag shape in this season’s 70s inspired bohemian trend, according to Brown Thomas.
Cara Pharmacy is delighted to announce the upcoming opening of their Galway store, ideally located in the heart of the city, in the premises formerly occupied by HMV.
Black and white is everywhere this January and mostly in the form of stripes. We have designers such as Marc Jacobs’ and Moschino’s spring ‘13 runways to thank for this trend takeover.
November is upon us and doing a wardrobe clear out is not just limited to spring. This week I took part in a great initiative called Fashion Fall Out, held in Dublin where the country’s most recognised faces in fashion and independent boutiques brought some pre-owned (and some new) pieces for a very exciting public sale. From vintage to designer bargains, there was something for everyone on offer. The rail sale idea is gaining momentum across the country and in the times we are in, the benefits are limitless. The seller makes some money and the buyer can find the most wonderful fashion treasures.
Of all the catwalk trends, celebrity influences and High Street offerings, if I was to pick my favourite item of all time, it would be a t-shirt. Plain and simple. It’s a core item that no wardrobe should be without. You may think that there are plenty of items that should form part of your capsule closet but think of it like this. Blazer and jeans, leggings and sneakers, summer skirt and sandals, no matter what the outfit, the basis of all of the aforementioned, is a t-shirt. Now I’m not talking about a top emblazoned with your favourite 1980s rock band (although I have a brilliant one with Debbie Harry on it) my advice is to keep it plain this summer and stick to styles such as a fitted cotton “v” or round neck, sleeveless or cap sleeved, waist or hip length. The simplicity of the T is what makes it genius. To get you summer ready, there are lot’s of ways to style up the minimalist, most unadorned of all fashion staples.
Beautycouture.ie is pleased to welcome the arrival of their fab new handbag line to their online shop, The Boutique, Ireland’s hottest online accessories store.
Having written about vintage last week, I got to thinking about accessories and how to build up a nice collection of varied pieces for the new season. Accessories, you see, are statements. You can take the simplest of outfits, in any array of colours or styles and by adding a pair of earrings there, a scarf here or a hat, the outfit transforms completely. Whether you like bold pieces, or prefer to stick to jewellery you wear all the time, accessories are something you can have fun with.
When choosing a new scent remember that you can only smell up to three scents at a time. Brown Thomas experts say it is advisable to wait 30 seconds for the alcohol to evaporate, then you will be able to find out what the top notes of the perfume are.
The new season is here and it is time to plan your spring wardrobe. In the coming weeks I will cover all you need to know about the new season’s trends and how to wear them, from a rainbow of colours to nudes, from seventies chic to smart sporty looks, accessories and shoes, and what to buy to update your wardrobe.
The whole point of a make-up bag is that it should act as a kind of security blanket. You hope that the make-up you applied before you left the house (or the car as the case may be) lasts all day, but if it doesn’t you are prepared for any touch ups with the arsenal in your make-up kit. An over-full or disorganised bag brimming with 20 eye shadows and six lipsticks serves no useful purpose. Lots of items could/should stay at home, like your mascara (which should never be reapplied on top of old mascara), and your bottle of foundation (all you need is a smart compact for touch ups).