Wear it out: Find fashion inspiration in your own home

This week we met Janice, student, and had a chat to her about her personal style

 

IMG_9863_WEBThis week we met Janice, student, and had a chat to her about her personal style. Often we can get inspiration for our outfits in our own homes. Fashion is so cyclical and things that our parents wore in the past are now back on trend so make sure to have good root through their closets, who knows what hidden gems you will find!

Turtle neck - Topshop, €18
I bought this turtle neck because I am not into all the skimpy revealing clothes girls my age wear so I had a look around for something that was a more my style and found this top. It comes in a range of colours too so I’ll probably go back and get a few more.

Jeans - Dunnes Stores, €28
I bought the jeans because I didn’t have to go to an expensive store to buy good jeans. I find the fit in Dunnes really good too so even though they don’t cost a lot they work really well for me.

Jacket
The black and white 90’s jean jacket was my mum’s from around the year 2000 which she bought in London. It’s so great when things from my mum’s wardrobe come back into fashion because then I get to wear them for free!

Tell us about your personal style?

My personal style to me, I’d say is a little boyish because I am inspired by my older brother Kevin who also models. And the way he dresses gives me new ideas of ways I can incorporate it into my sense of style.

What piece of clothing are you dreaming about for summer?

A piece of clothing I’d really love for the summer is the two pieces in store at Nine Crows I instantly fell in love with the different colours and patterns.

Photos: Katie McLoughlin Robinson

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