Thursday, April 13, 2017


I'm not great with the "everyday" dress code and I have never been. My wardrobe (or my spear bedroom) is filled with dresses and sequin gowns and most days I'm all dressed up and have nowhere to go. Not that there is anything wrong with it as I don't really like taking a day off from wearing my vintage outfits. But sometimes I do feel like I'm missing something out in my wardrobe, something that I could be comfortable running around in on my day off, but still feeling like myself. I had this idea of wearing a hoodie with a dress for a while now but I could not find one in the high street stores. One day while I was shopping for another vintage outfit in my favourite store - The Vintage Factory it was where I discover something really special: I've met Shane Fitzpatrick - the creative director at LATE 2N, the coolest menswear brand I've seen for a while based in The Second Floor Waterford (just above The Vintage Factory). Shane told me that he showed his seasonal collections at the Paris Fashion Week and release them both online and trough worldwide stockists! I was really impressed by it and I had to buy one of his hoodies - it would be rude not to! When I tried in on, I instantly felt like myself in it and it's black - my favourite colour. It was just perfect to break away from my sequin "comfort zone" and I could see myself wearing it with so many different things. I was right because I lived in it since. 

Shopping for your individual style is not always easy but you will never know where you can find "yourself", so keep trying and just look around you because everything you need is closer than you ever thought. 

Agnes xx

Photography by Matthew Reilly 


Thursday, April 06, 2017


Vintage 80's jacket, River Island dress, Primark shoes Photography by Matthew Reilly 
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