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The Paddy's Day bank holiday weekend is finally almost upon us, so it's time to hit the town. 

And, you can't even use the "I've nothing to wear" excuse not to head out, because we've put together a selection of gorge style pieces – based on your zodiac sign.  

12 stunning ensembles to help you forget that Mercury is in retrograde. 

Capricorn  

Boohoo boots in zebra €44.24, Structured Cross Body Bag €16.80, Striped t-shirt €7.95, Cord dress €40.00

Aquarius

Organza blouse €49.95, Nasty Gal boots €27.00, Faux Leather skirt €29.95, Denim jacket €64.00

Pisces

ASOS DESIGN pop green soft suit blazer €62.21 & shorts €30.42, White t-shirt €3.95, Pearl palm leaf earrings €9.95, Animal print runners €59.95

Aries

ASOS WHITE casual crepe trousers €89.86, White runners €35.00, Shanghai Box Grab Bag €34.00, Zara t-shirt €12.95

Taurus 

Neon milkmaid top €19.95, Beaded net tote €40.00, Neon Hun Chunky Runners €23.50, Cargo trousers €27.99

Gemini 

Blue utility pinafore denim dress €48.00, Penneys Bumbag €7.00, Zara runners €25.95, Turtle Neck Volume Sleeve Rib Top €9.80

Cancer 

Level Head Beret €11.00, Penneys Belt €5.00, Platform trainers €22.99, Khaki utility boiler jumpsuit €75.00

Leo

Bad Romance Shaggy Cardigan€68.00, Jersey bandeau €3.50Grey flatforms €50.00 ASOS DESIGN wide leg trousers in snake print €38.71

Virgo

Textured trucker coat €32.90, Khaki tie waist shirt dress €65.00, Red leather block heel ankle boots €80.00, Rainbow beaded bag €18.90

Libra

ASOS DESIGN asymmetic knitted top €30.42  Short denim jacket €27.99, Topshop ankle boots €34.00, Black Amelie RI washed super skinny jeans €50.00

Scorpio

  Trenchcoat €69.99, Brown leopard print paperbag jeans €55.00, Chunky boots €32.90, Khaki crop top €8.00

Sagittarius

Teddy faux fur aviator €37.80, Denim mid skinny fit rigid jeans €55.00, River Island heeled boots in khaki €69.13, Light brown stripe button front vest top €25.00

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While we may be looking ahead to the Spring season, the winter weather is still upon us. 

Despite the chilly temperature, we're insisting on looking chic, and we've taken to Instagram fo some trans-seasonal style inspiration.

 

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Right now, Instagram is dominated by online fashion trends like flared trousers, chunky runners and 90s sunglasses, but one key piece that has been catching our eye is the shaggy cardigan.

 Available in both cardigan and more substantial coat styles, these shaggy pieces add major texture to any ensemble. 

Here area few of our faves:

Nasty Gal black jacket €58.00, Shaggy yellow cardigan €60.00

 Aslina long-line cardigan €81.00, Nasty Gal monochrome cardigan €41.00

Nasty Gal Bad Romance jacket €58.00, Glamorous Curve Shaggy Knit €93.24

Petite Annie Cropped Shaggy Knit Cardigan €49.00, In the Loop Shaggy Cardigan €41.00

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As we all know, trends come and go, but there's something about Irish fashion that's changing at the moment – and for the better.

With influences coming straight from the Irish music scene, we look at the style of Róisín O, Ireland's latest girl crush.

We're getting way more comfortable with ourselves, and that means with our clothing choices too, and we can thank gals like Róisín for it:

The piercings:

 

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A few years ago, getting unusual piercings were a bit of a taboo (our Irish mammies wouldn't be too happy), but taking example from Róisin, they're something that have become a total norm and a style statement these days. If you like it and want it, go for it girl.

 

The hair:

 

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Celebrities have always been changing and chopping their hair throughout the years, and it's safe to say us Irish have been a bit late to the game sometimes. But, not anymore. We relish with different looks, cuts and colours, and strive to be a bit different. Go us.

 

The grunge:

 

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Gone are the days of the super girly girl (goodbye Paris Hilton circa 2009). Now, us Irish gals like a bit more rock'n'roll and we always grunge up our look. Whether it's adding a big statement belt, or rockin' black dress like Róisín here, we're loving it.

 

The glamour:

 

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Saying that though, as much as we like to be comfy and original, we also LOVE to add a bit of glamour to our outfits sometimes. Whether you're heading on a night out and want to sparkle as bright as the discoball, or you simply just feel like adding some glitz to your shopping-day look, in the words of Fergie, we are G-L-A-M-O-R-O-U-S yeeeaaah.

 

The accessories:

 

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If there's one thing we've conquered in fashion, it's accessories. Rocking some deadly shades, or simply adding a great bag like Róisín here, can totally change up any look and make it ten times better. We got it, girls.

 

To raise awareness of the issue of dating abuse and to raise funds for Women's Aid, we have decided to host a music gig in The Sugar Club on Wednesday July 6, where Róisín O will headline, and more special guests to be announced. If you'd like to support us on the night, you can get your tickets here now.

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Last Sunday saw a more modern take on Ladies Day at the races, and all the gals that attended we're certainly on top of their game.

Taking place in Naas Racecourse, the alternative Spring Ladies Day saw a massive change from the usual attire in order to catch the eye of the stylish judges, model Daniella Moyles and Irish designer Emma Manley.

Thousands attended and basked in the gorgeous sunshine to kick off the racing season, and here, we look at our favourite looks: 

The winner of best outfit at Spring Ladies Day was Sarah Donworth, who said: “I’m thrilled to pick up the award for best dressed."

"My style inspiration for the day was summery and fun. My outfit is from Love Cherish," she explained. "I was inspired by the fun take on the day, less restrictive and more about innate style."

We can't wait for the next one!

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The world of Instagram is a busy place, especially when it comes to style. Here in Ireland though, there are a few fashionistas that stand out from the crowd.

Here are just ten bloggers, stylists, models and fashion eds that we can’t get enough of on social media! Apologies for the outfit envy in advance…

1. Leanne Woodful (Thunder and Threads)
Leanne started blogging as Thunder and Threads while she was still in secondary school, and has made a significant mark for herself in the Irish blogosphere. Earlier this year she won Best International Blog at the Company Awards – a well-deserved accolade.

 

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2. Nuala Gorham (Penny and Polaroids)
Freelance fashion journalist Nuala has been blogging since 2012 and has been featured in Look, Grazia and Stellar magazines, to name but a few. Expect some great autumn style inspiration – and a lot of shoe envy!

 

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3. Erika Fox (Retro Flame)
This stunning redhead hails from Ireland but is now living in New York full-time, where she is carving out a career for herself in fashion PR, working with the likes of Whitney Port and Refinery 29. We sense there’ll be big things to come for Erika!

 

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4. Angela Scanlon
Another flame-haired beauty! Angela Scanlon’s modelling and styling work have made her a household name in Ireland, and lately she can be seen presenting the controversial documentary show Full Frontal on RTÉ. Her IG features lots of gorgeous shots of Dublin, mixed in with some seriously stunning style.

 

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5. Suzie Lynch (Suzie’s Showroom)
This Cork native has an impeccable eye for fashion, which has only been enhanced by her work as a visual merchandiser for H&M. Her Instagram followers are treated to lots of stunning #OOTDs, and plenty of catwalk inspiration too!

 

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6. Anouska Proetta Brandon
This successful blogger’s exotic name comes from the Austrian and Spanish sides of her family, but she is half-Irish and currently lives in Dublin. Anouska’s sharp writing and elegant style has earned her blog a huge audience worldwide – and her Instagram is no different.

 

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7. Lorna Weightman (Style Isle)
Lorna was one of the first big Irish fashion bloggers, and with five years of success under her belt she’s definitely here to stay. Along with regular appearances on Xposé and Ireland AM, Lorna has contributed to The Irish Times and The Irish Independent. Her Instagram account is a sneak peek into her everyday life, with some gorgeous outfit choices thrown in too!

 

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8. Lauren Arthurs (Love Lauren)
This style enthusiast and blogger has recently moved back to Ireland after a stint in London. She’s always bang-on-trend but manages to make each look her own.

 

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9. Clementine MacNeice
Clementine has made a name for herself as a stylist on both The Voice of Ireland and MasterChef Ireland, but she has incredible personal style too. Well worth a follow!

 

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10. Anne Marie Boylan (What She Wears)
Anne Marie is the brains behind the hugely successful What She Wears, and her IG provides a great behind-the-scenes look at the world of Irish fashion and PR.

 

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