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Judging by the less than ideal weather we're having, winter has officially reared it's head.

That means more layers, chunky boots, and, best of all, new cosy jackets. 

Check out a few of our faves that will keep you toasty while slaying on the 'gram. 

Weekday Short Colour Block Padded Jacket €110.60 

Pull&Bear double breasted coat in check €124.41 

Faux shearling bomber jacket €19.99 

Na-kd big collar teddy coat in off white €124.43 

The Ragged Priest mixed check blazer with chain detail €110.60 

COLLUSION Unisex quilted satin bomber in gold €62.21 

Puffer jacket with hood €19.99 

Penneys Blush Teddy Crombie Coat €35.00 

Pale Blue Curly Faux Fur Bomber Jacket €49.99 

Black Colour Block Windbreaker €29.99



Have you ever wanted your own personalised snow globe, tailored to you or a loved one? Of course you have, personalised gifts are oh so extra special.

Luckily for us, Kilkenny Nassau Street are offering FREE personalisation of snow globes with every purchase, so you can get the most adorable Christmas gift with a special touch.

The offer is just for December 1, 8 and 15, so make sure to mark it in your Santa calendars. Only one day away until December, gals.

Be it a message of love to your significant other, or just a cheeky joke for your best mate, this is a stunning idea if we do say so ourselves.

John Coughlan is the man behind the messages, and Santa's shoppers can choose between a snowman, Christmas tree, musical or nativity themed globe for their gift, this is getting us so excited for December.

Kilkennyshop.com are also offering complimentary engravings on every snow globe which is more expensive than €29.95 from now until December 5, another date to remember.

Personalised gifts are part of a huge Christmas trend, and a snow globe is a classic winter treasure that will last a lifetime.

Ornaments like these are just made to be cherished, and even passed down the generations.

What would you ladies write in your messages? 



If you haven't yet seen Hailey Baldwin's collection for PrettyLittleThing, you must be wearing sunglasses, because that sh*t is sparking. 

PrettyLittleThing just dropped their most out-there collection to date, and model-of-the-moment Hailey is taking her rightful place as the face of the line. 

From full on sequin sets to delicate diamante chokers and elegant but sparking pant suits, the collection is perfect for party season.  


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Hailey took to the red carpet at the launch of the collaboration, and of course she was rocking some stunning pieces from the collection. 

The model, who is known for her laid-back, off duty model style by day and high glamour looks by night, turned it up a notch in a shimmering two piece. 

Nailing one of the season's key trends, Hailey made the most of the movement of sequins by donning a pair of wide legged trousers for the event. 

Silver tie waist jacket €42.00, Silver high waisted wide leg trousers €35.00

She also added the matching suit jacket, tieing the jacket at the waist to cut a striking silhouette. 

We would probably opt for a streamlined white bralette under the jacket, but Hailey went bold and bare, showcasing her décolletage. 

We're SHOOK over the collection – have you checked it out yet?


It’s a scenario that most of us will be familiar with: we spot a must-have item, try it on, and fall desperately in love. The only problem? You’re weeks away from pay-day and the price-tag is less than obliging.

Still, there’s a tried-and-tested defence that we’ve probably all drawn on at some stage or another: “I’ll get loads of wear out of it.” In fact, the line is our number one excuse to justify shopping – according to research carried out by gift card company, One4all.

Incredibly, one in five shop for new clothes every single week, and close-to one in four shop monthly. A massive 78 percent of us treat ourselves to something new when we reach a milestone, and more than half use shopping as a pick-me-up when we’re feeling down.

And now there’s yet another excuse – namely the wholly commendable Shop4Crumlin campaign.

From May 9 to May 17 if you make a purchase using your One4all gift card in any of their 6,000 retail outlets nationwide or online, One4all will donate 50c to Our Lady’s Hospital Crumlin. Better still, if you shop in Brown Thomas, Marks & Spencer, Debenhams, Arnotts, or Life Style Sports, the retailers will match your donation with another 50c, bringing your total donation to €1.

“The money raised from this campaign will help fund new radiography equipment which will reduce the radiation dose to a child while also improving X-ray imagery,” Crumlin says, adding that some of the money will also go towards its Giggle Fund, which helps put a smile on the face of a sick child.

One4all is now telling people to dig out their gift cards – so if there’s an unused Christmas or birthday present knocking around still, then get spending guilt-free from May 9 – 17.

See one4all.ie and www.cmrf.org



This is just crazy – can you imagine actually being sent the following email after you make a legitimate complaint to a company?

DollsKill is a an alternative-style clothing store that can cater for all your quirky needs, and we must admit some of their items are quite cool – their attitude however, not so much.

A customer wrote to the clothing company complaining about a piece of Native American style headdress they had on their website, to which they received this, frankly horrific reply:

“Hey doll,

The last thing DollsKill would be/represent is Racist – we love and value individuality and originality! Our company was created to represent dolls of all flavours/colors/ideals/etc – we’re here for the Misfits, Miss Legits, and EVERYTHING in between!

I’m sorry if that costume offended you, but to call us “racist” is pretty RIDICULOUS.

We’re a brassy, sassy, stick it up your asssyy kinda company – not for the easily offended norm culture, so take a chill pill and get your panties out of bunch…because it ain’t that serious cutie ;)”

Wherever you may stand on the cultural appropriation of the Native American headdress, I think everyone can agree this is so NOT the way to deal with someone who lodges a complaint.

Can you imagine receiving an email like that after you complained about something?!

Then again, maybe we just need to take a "chill pill!"?!



We can only imagine the hell one would have to go through to order a coffee in L.A.

This video envisions every obstacle ever that could get between you and your beloved coffee.

It’s not only L.A. where ordering coffee is hell anymore…



The latest photoshop fail has sparked anger online after it was first featured on Jezebel.

The picture, from US store, Target, features a teen model modelling a bikini for their junior bikini section.

Yes, that’s right, junior bikini.

They are now pushing for younger and younger age groups to become obsessed with being skinny and having a ‘thigh-gap’.

The picture has now been deleted from the site (no shock there) but you can clearly see that somebody has taken their photoshop tools to create the illusion of an extreme thigh-gap on the model.

What a shame they felt to do this as the model very clearly has a fabulous figure anyway.