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Nifty Thrifty

Yesterday, as I interviewed the best dressed couple at the Spring Vintage Ireland Fashion & Decor Fair, the winning lady explained to me that she was a ‘second-hand Susie’ (or was it Sally?); her husband echoed her description referring to his own dress. Of course everyone in the running was a ‘second-hand someone’ – this […]

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The Vintage Roadtrip swings by Miss Daisy Blue

Following a number of months toying with an idea in my head, I chatted to the lovely Miss Pearl about joining my in-development adventure and before I knew it we were on the road to Cork on a recce: The Vintage Roadtrip was born! As the project is still being worked on I won’t bore […]

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From London to Club to Catwalk

On my recent work-outing-meets-jolly (heavy on the latter – due to the heat wave, you understand) one of my only non-business related plans was to visit the V&A and see the Bowie exhibition. As I was to meet my cousin after she finished work and as I totally misread the V&A’s proximity to Covent Garden, […]

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A Prudent Vintage Vixen

It’s yonks ago now but I just unearthed this post that I forgot to publish and thought ‘what the heck!’… better late than never. Earlier in the year I received a call asking if I would consider being featured in Prudence Magazine. Lovin’ me a bit of Prudence mag of an afternoon, I was totally […]

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A New York Warehouse

Blame it on the bite in the air, blame it on the pre-holiday excitement, blame it on the blinkered haze that descends on all around you as the countdown to a trip to THE city begins but it’s all Carrie Bradshaw and ‘oh my gawd’ around these parts at the moment. Ah, New York, New […]

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Cruising the River At Any Age

From what I remember of its arrival, River Island came at a time that Grafton St was beginning to look more like Oxford St and we were about to enter our teens so were blooming well excited about it. The style mecca that was St. Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre had opened a few years previous […]

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