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Guest Editor: Emma Henderson

January 16, 2013

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Guest Editor: Emma Henderson

Emma Henderson is the brains behind Fluff and Fripperies, and an expert in all things beauty. Winner of Best Fashion & Beauty Blog Award 2012, she also shares her fab finds and tips on Beaut.ie and Metro Herald. Here are her favourite buys for spring 2013.

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Guest Editor: Courtney Smith

September 18, 2012

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Guest Editor: Courtney Smith

Every month we invite fashion’s finest to edit their favourite shops, season collections and style and beauty tips to share with our readers as we invite them to become a WhatSheWears.ie Guest Editor. The “September Issue” is brought to you by Courtney Smith, a regular fixture on TV3’s Xpose.

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Guest Editor: Kate O’Dowd

June 7, 2012

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Guest Editor: Kate O’Dowd

Kate O’Dowd, IMAGE magazine’s Assistant Editor is the June Guest Editor on WhatSheWears.ie. Read on to discover Kate’s expert shopping tips and style tricks.

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Guest Editor: Rosemary MacCabe

May 10, 2012

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Guest Editor: Rosemary MacCabe

From its humble beginnings as an independent fashion blog, Rosemary MacCabe’s FashMob is now the resident blog of TheIrishTimes.com. This fashion editor isn’t one to hide behind her computer screen and with many sartorial strings to her bow already, today Rosemary has come on board to be our May Guest Editor…

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Line We Love: Manley

May 1, 2012

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Line We Love: Manley

The Manley spring summer line is full of contemporary separates and we especially love the leather skirts and dresses, all embellished with studs. The longer leather and metallic dresses with chiffon skirts are perfect for the girl who wants alternative evening wear.

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Guest Editor: Aideen Finnegan (WWIWT)

January 9, 2012

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Guest Editor:  Aideen Finnegan (WWIWT)

The brains behind WhatWillIWearToday.ie are a gaggle of gals who like to write about fashion from a ‘normal persons’ perspective. Don’t expect label-slaves or strict sartorial rules from these bloggers

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