Ladies, loathe and all as we are to admit it, it seems summer is well and truly over.
(Even though we’re not entirely sure it ever really started, to be fair.)
And while thoughts of staring down another bleak winter don’t exactly enthuse, Dunnes have softened the blow massively with the launch of their Savida AW17 range.
Contrasting vibrant floral prints with embellished wools, the range is everything we adore about a season in which mixing and matching is almost compulsory.
Making a statement this Autumn has literally never been easier, and we are already eyeing up the newest additions to our wardrobe.
Ladies, we sense a shopping spree coming on.
It's no secret that our style evolves as we get older.
Retailers we couldn't have lived without as a teen don't get so much as a second glance nowadays, while stores we wouldn't have even considered five years ago are firm favourites these days.
And yet despite our numerous wardrobe overhauls, there is one high street (and homegrown) store which has managed to see us through from childhood to present day.
Dunnes, you may step forward.
While always a favourite among everyone here at SHEmazing, the retailer has outdone themselves with their Spring / Summer collection for Savida this year, and frankly we're salivating into our sleeves.
From florals to polka dots, their latest range is an absolute triumph, and we're now counting down the hours until payday.
Ladies, here is the sneak peek you're dying for.
We ALL remember when Amy Huberman wore a Dunnes Stores jumpsuit to the Oscar Wilde party in LA during Oscars week.
We all remember it, because we all wanted it.
Brendan Courtney designed the white jumpsuit for Dunne's Lennon Courtney line and he's revealed that the 'Amy' effect must have taken over everyone because it sold out in eight minutes.
"She borrowed a white jumpsuit from us, and I ran up to the press office in Dunnes, grabbed the jumpsuit, and met her on the side of the road.
"She wound down the window, threw it in the back of the car and she span off. Like it literally was like that," he told 2FM's Breakfast Republic.
"And then she just tweeted herself going to the Oscar Wilde party, jumping in the jumpsuit, being gas – and it sold out in about eight minutes."
Well, she did rock the look, no wonder we all wanted it!
Irish designer Carolyn Donnelly has created a beautiful collection for Dunnes Home called Eclectic. Below are some pieces included in the stunning collection.
Donnelly is already a well-known designer in Ireland, having set up the brand Quinn and Donnelly with designer Liz Quinn. She is now the creative director for Dunnes Stores.
Here’s hoping it doesn’t sell out before we get our hands on some!