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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.

Colour me gorgeous

Colours have the power to lift up our wardrobes and spirits, and that is one of the many reasons I love spring so much. The freshness of pastel shades and the vibrant impact of strong hues, make us feel rejuvenated and beautiful. Strong colour palettes have been highlighted throughout the spring/summer collections and four dominant shades are the starlets of the season. Colours are vibrant and wearable. Whether you want to be confident in red, playful in cobalt, or seductive in pink, you can now wear these colours head-to-toe or toned down with soft patterns and neutral hues. Here is a round-up of the must-have colours to create your spring capsule wardrobe.

The nine to five spring makeover

From the power dress to the statement jacket and interesting separates, spring workwear has a smarter and more interesting feel this spring. Flattering silhouettes and wearable key pieces can be matched with your current wardrobe to update it.

Spring trends at Don Racine

Don Racine stocks all the latest trends. Choose from a wide variety of jeans from labels such as Rant & Rave and NYDJ, teamed with a leather jacket for a ultra chic look. There is also a spring range of jackets and trench coats in store.

Spring styles for mother of the bride

The start of spring is always associated with weddings. Exciting styles have been designed for this season. We are seeing an abundance of pastels from lilac to aqua and lemon, but also a strong emphasis on monochrome and feminine florals. Cuts and shapes are ultra flattering, taking into account feminine shapes to help flatter us with asymmetrical necklines, knee lengths, and waist accentuating details such as ruching and gathering.

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.

Style Counsel

The spring summer collections are showing a strong emphasis on wardrobe basics: simpler but high quality pieces that will transform and redefine your everyday wardrobe. Basics are the quintessential elements of a classic wardrobe. They avoid many fashion faux pas and keep you stylish.

Style Ilse

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I can, hands up, say that during winter I am not very adventurous with colour, despite my preaching of the importance of brightening up your wardrobe. Yep, I am guilty. But of all the colours I think I could deal with, darker shades of blue are completely doable with my existing closet, and honestly, I am talking about navy. Navy is a rich and luxurious shade and is so easy to wear and wear well. My preference is for blazers, which can make any bright colour dress or top look timeless rather than trendy.

What’s hot for autumn/winter

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* Chunky knits. These are big fashion news and come in check or patterned. If you want to make a more demure statement opt for a plainer variety and be assured you will still be a style setter.

Unmissable one-day sale at The Forgotten Lady

Plus-size boutique The Forgotten Lady in Irishtown, Athlone are holding a one-day-only mid-season sale this Sunday October 21, from 12-6pm.

 

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