Published on September 18th, 2016 | by Gráinne Ahern


Five things you need to own NOW

Don’t let the impending autumnal nippy nights put you off your colour game. Pinks and blues are still the hues to be rocking even though oranges and browns are the normal sartorial go-to when the leaves start to fall.

the denim shirt

Fast becoming a staple, the denim shirt has re-emerged in many different incarnations this year – from the full on western style at Saint Laurent t0 the patchwork lovelies like the House of Holland x Lee collection.

This shirt with dragon fly patches has bags of style, you can tuck it into your pleated skirt or leave it loose over your jeans – double deniming if you dare.


shirt, €44,

the scarf

Jigsaw were reported to be returning to our shores in South Anne Street this time last year, but we haven’t seen a sign of it yet. However, if you can’t wait to get your mitts on their sumptuous knits, the online store delivers to Ireland. Well worth it.


scarf, approx. €60,

the bag

Lisa Ryder’s fresh and vibrant designs, made from plush Italian leather are super fun. So if you like your flourescent flamencos, art deco prints and are in the market for a top tote you know what to do.


tote, €195,

the trousers

KEEM is a new Irish eco-luxury fashion brand of  ‘wearable collections of classic contemporary separates and outwear to combine as you like, regardless of season, trend’. They only use organic cotton, natural fibres and their fur is 100% faux. The label is very much rooted in the landscapes and seascapes of Achill Island and the patterns and cuts reflect the moods and colours of the surrounding Atlantic Ocean.


trouses, €320,

the shoes

If your looking for a quick fashion fix, these Converse inspired runners from Penneys are the perfect pick, they are metallic too so bang up to date and cheap as chips!


trainers, €19,

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Gráinne Ahern is a Series producer/ director across all TV genres from documentary to entertainment. She headed up Ireland's most watched fashion magazine show, Off the Rails for three years and is now taking her love for all things sartorial online - enjoy!

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