Street Trend: Nessa & Emma

Name: Nessa Cotter

Age: 28

From: Cork

Occupation: Fashion blogger,, stylist, PR manager

Favourite shops: Zara and Miss Daisy Blue

What are you wearing? Top, Zara, €40; Skirt, Warehouse (10 years old); shoes, Zara, €40; necklace, Peacock and Ruby, €20; bag, Zara, €25

Most expensive item ever bought? Christian Louboutins — super uncomfortable but oh so pretty!

Best bargain? The skirt I am wearing today, I got it almost 10 years ago and I wear it time and time again, priceless piece!

Best dressed celebrities? Olivia Palermo and Hanneli Mustaparta

Worst dressed celebrity? Everyone has their own sense of style

How much would you spend on fashion each month? €400

Fashion faux-pas? UGGs that have lost their shape and slant to the side

Name: Emma Cunningham

Age: 26

From: Dublin

Occupation: PR assistant, Debenhams

Favourite shops: Debenhams, Penneys, River Island and

What are you wearing? Trainers, boutique, €30; trousers, River Island, €40; tank top, H&M, €7; t-shirt, Red Herring at Debenhams, €25; necklace, a gift; jacket, Betty Jackson at Debenhams, €280; bag, market stall, €20

Most expensive item ever bought? My 21st dress from Pamela Scott, €600

Best bargain? The bag I have today, €20

Best dressed celebrity? Katie Perry

Worst dressed celebrity? Jodi Marsh

How much would you spend on fashion each month? €250-€300

Fashion faux-pas? When people are too matchy-matchy.


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