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Wardrobe must-haves for every woman

Every woman should have some key pieces in her wardrobe. These pieces should be versatile, body flattering, and good quality. Timeless and functional, the wardrobe staples are the ultimate must to make your wardrobe work for you.

How to wear autumn’s most coveted cover-ups

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Autumn’s most coveted cover-ups encompass style and function. From minimalist to military to luxe blazers and luscious leather, choose the style that allows you the most wear this season and make an impact both indoors and outdoors.  

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.

Leather — the trend that won’t go away

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Hands up, who has a leather jacket? If you answer yes, whatever you do, do not throw it away. If you answered no, now is the perfect time to make this all important investment. Leather is simply a trend that will not remove itself from society. So much so, it really cannot be called a trend any longer, it is a staple piece which should form part of every capsule wardrobe. Black, brown, dark berry shades, whatever your preference, this season is all about the longevity and versatility of leather. Catwalk trends vary – from full length leather coats at Michael Kors and Alberta Ferretti, to trousers by Yves Saint Laurent, dresses from Fendi, to the all-out bizarre and showstopping looks by Gareth Pugh and Rick Owens (look up these designers on the net to see the full shows). The high street collections are safer, but are impressive interpretations of the hottest designer looks. A word of warning though, leather needs some TLC so when investing in a piece, take the time to maintain the fabric by cleaning it and checking for damage.

Autumn winter 2012 arrives at the Kilkenny Store

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This season, style prepares to embrace its ‘dark side’ as fashion is enriched with deep shades and luscious textures. Without having to reinvent your entire wardrobe as the new season and trends arrive, the Kilkenny stores have a fabulous collection of staple, versatile, separates that will ensure your wardrobe is on trend and will see you through for seasons to come. Home to Ireland’s largest collection of Irish designers as well as many top international labels, Kilkenny brings you the finest selection of autumn winter style with something to suit all shapes, styles, and tastes.

The colour purple

I was at a wedding recently where the colour purple was a dominant shade of hat, dress, shoes, etc. Now I have never really been that much of a fan, but given that come autumn/winter, we are going to see 50 shades of it everywhere, I thought I would give it a chance. It needs to prove itself to me. It is definitely not the easiest colour to wear, I find it quite draining on my pale skin tone, but worn in splashes here and there can make it a very elegant hue indeed. The trick to wearing strong colours like purple is to break it up across your outfit. The colour should complement your look and not overwhelm you. To help you with planning your purple adventure, here are some of my top tips.

The colours of autumn

A love of intense colours was seen on the autumn collections. From powerful purple and passionate red to cobalt blue and the return of black, autumn shades are going to revive our wardrobes and make us look forward to the arrival of the new season.

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.

How to shine at the races

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With the Galway Races taking place next week here are my last minute top tips to help you stand out and look ultra stylish at the racecourse.


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