Dublin Street Style: Our Favourite Looks This Spring

STELLAR takes to the streets to see what Ireland’s women are wearing, and the trends they’re excited for this spring.

Megan, 26, Self employed fashion / textile designer at Seeking Judy

@seekingjudy @meganmcguigan_

I’m wearing vintage, Seeking Judy and other Irish brands. I’m seeing a rejection of micro trends and “core” at the end of every style. It’s exciting to see people embracing their personal style.

Laura, 26, Stylist


I’m wearing LVIR, Vintage Cavalli, Tour Lava and Cos. One of my favourite places to shop is a small boutique in Waterford called Muse. I would love to see a slowing down of the micro trend cycle. I have found recently that people are starting to discover and lean into their own personal style which is really exciting.

Chinma, 20, Fashion student


My jacket is from Depop, my jumper is my brother’s, he thrifted it inPrague, my skirt is from Zara, my boots from EGO Official and my hat is from TK Maxx. I’m not really excited by trends right now, there’s too many and they go and come too fast.

Aiesha, 23, Graphic designer and dance teacher


Most of my clothes are either hand-me-downs, things I’ve gotten going to swap shops, or pieces my friends just didn’t want. I try my best to be sustainable but I’m not above admitting I also do get accessories like my glasses and bag from Amazon, it’s about taking small steps towards being a conscious consumer – for me at least.

Kassandra, 29, Motivational Coach and Business Partner at Google


My outfit is & Other Stories and Mango and I also love Massimo Dutti and COS. This season I’m excited by sheer tops and dresses, and denim on denim.

Sarah, 28, Journalist


Most of what I wear is vintage or secondhand, I’ve spent a really long time trying to put together a wardrobe that makes me happy. I customise a lot of what I wear like this silver top that was my mums, and I added the safety pins. I’m excited by maximalism! I think it’s one of the few aesthetics that hasn’t been ruined by micro trends quite yet.

  • Photography: Stephanie Sarpong at Crazy Creative Photography
  • Production and Interview: Zeda the Architect
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