Street trend: Sabrina Hill, Cork

Age: 33
Occupation: Hairstylist and owner of Kopper Hair Salon
From: Cork

What are you wearing? Today I’m wearing a Pull & Bear top (€17), River Island leather jacket (€150), Topshop feather gilet (€100), Topshop jeans (€57), Hudson boots (€120) and jewellery from Stella & Dot stylist Sian Horn (€80).

Describe your style in three words? Classic, edgy, laid-back.

How long does it take you to get dressed in the morning? Thirty minutes. I’m usually rushing!

Fashion or function — which word best describes your attitude to clothes and why? Fashion because of the industry I work in; I’m constantly surrounded by the latest trends.

What’s your biggest source of style inspiration? Instagram. I follow amazing bloggers such as Elle Ferguson (They All Hate Us) and Nessa Hurley (Life’s Lust Haves) — her wardrobe and style inspires me.

What do you think of Irish street style? Quite mixed. I think more Irish people are beginning to take risks but some people take it a step too far! As a whole I think the Irish are quite cool when it comes to style.

Where do you like to shop? I’m an online freak. I love The Outnet, Coggles and ASOS. Topshop and Zara are other favourites. For eveningwear or special occasions, I love Virgos Lounge from The Dress Bar, Cork.

Who or what is Ireland’s greatest undiscovered gem? Erica Fox of Retroflame is an amazing stylist and blogger who we are definitely going to hear more about in the future.

Why does your style/outfit work? It suits my busy lifestyle in a way that makes me feel glam even on the busiest of days....and I have a lot of those!


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