Street Style: We Took To The Streets And Snapped Irish Gals’ #OOTDs
We hit the road to find out what's really in your wardrobes, and how you work it.
Name: Laura Jordan
Occupation: Owner of Irish style consultancy StyleSavvy.ie
“My jacket and shoes are from Zara, my bag is Mulberry and my ring is from Chupi. Zara is my favourite shop for basics, and I love BettyandBiddy.com for accessories. I go to The Cobblers Wardrobe in Sandymount for pre-loved and vintage pieces, and I love to mix and match from high-street to high end. Considering I work in fashion, I dress quite practically. I buy a lot of basics, but my eye is always drawn to quirky, bright, statement accessories and I love the versatility of these to completely transform an outfit. The devil is in the detail!”
Name: Joana Leite
Occupation: Lifestyle and travel blogger, styletraces.com
“I’m wearing a jumper from Savida at Dunnes Stores, my jeans are Topshop, boots from Office and bag from Coach. If I had to pick a favourite store it would have to be Topshop because I know I can always find something there. My style is uncomplicated and classic with a touch of sports luxe, and not overly fussy. I touch on trends but don’t commit to them. I love this jumper because stripes will always be a wardrobe staple, but the ruffle adds a nice unusual element.”
Name: Ruth McGill
“I’m head to toe in high street. My jeans are River Island and my boots from M&S, everything else is Zara, my favourite shop. I love it because it has really interesting trend-led items. I also really like Om Diva for more design focused pieces. I mix and match my style. Today, I’m going all black and I’ve added hints of colour with my base layer top and this scarf. I love layering and creating interest that way.”
Name: Zara Hedderman
Occupation: Sales assistant / Music journalist
“My jumper is from Cos, my top is from Scout, pinafore from Topshop and my boots are Docs. I love Scout in Temple Bar for a curated selection of great brands,and I really like Topshop for basics and bits for layering a look. For accessories and more unique pieces I look to Etsy, it’s a treasure trove. I think I dress like a 12 year old! It’s nothing too serious, I mix and match the brands I like. I’m comfortable in my style and it isn’t overly precious.”
This article first appeared in STELLAR’S March issue. Our April issue is on shelves now.
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