Street Trend: Leah Hegarty and Edwina Barrett

This week street trend meets Leah Hegarty from Kinsale and Edwina Barrett from Listowel.

Name: Leah Hegarty
Age: 18
From: Kinsale
Occupation: Student
Favourite shop: New Look
What are you wearing? Top, can’t remember where, but on the high street, probably around €15; Jeans, Penneys, €15; Shoes, Penneys, €10; Bag, New Look €25
Most expensive item you’ve bought: My debs dress for €350
Best bargain: Shoes in Topshop down from €120 to €30
Best-dressed celebrity: Victoria Beckham
Worst-dressed celebrity: Katy Perry
How much do you spend on fashion per month: €100
Worst fashion faux-pas: None — to date!

Name: Edwina Barrett
Age: 23
From: Listowel
Occupation: Student
Favourite shops: Topshop, River Island, Bershka
What are you wearing? Top, Bershka, €20; Jeans Bershka, €25, Sandals, New Look, €15; Bag, River Island, €25
Most expensive item you’ve bought: A dress in Brown Thomas for about €450 or €500
Best bargain: A pair of shorts in Bershka for €15 — I wear them a lot
Best-dressed celebrity: Rita Ora
Worst-dressed celebrity: Lady Gaga
How much do you spend on fashion per month: €600
Worst fashion faux-pas: Not wearing fake tan


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