Index: What’s hot and what’s not this week?

Nerdy sandals and neon are up, election posters and manual cars are down

Teva sandals

Teva sandals

 

WHAT’S HOT

Docs Ireland
Excellent film festival line-up in Belfast, June 12th-16th

Ramona
Fruity wine spritzer in a can

Three Twenty
Liquid nitrogen-made ice-cream is definitely in fad territory, but we’ll give this Drury Street, Dublin 2, spot a shot 

When They See Us
Ava DuVernay’s Netflix series on the Central Park Five

The Universal
Gem of a Galway restaurant 

Teva
Nerdy sandal turned fashion-forward shoe

Neon
Hanging on in there as the summer’s best colour bet

WHAT’S NOT

Posters
Okay, now you can complain about them. Leftover election posters are litter

Just Eat
Making staff in Ireland redundant to move customer care to the UK

Chunky-shoe-itis
The thicker and heavier the sole, the more strain it puts on your shins

Rosé snobs
It’s one of the finest summer drinks, and you know it

Gym wear as day wear
Athleisure’s moment is nearing its end

Phoenix Park proposals
Development should not just be tourist-focused 

Manual transmission
According to DoneDeal, 30 per cent of all new cars bought in Ireland this year were automatics

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