What You’re Wearing This Season


This afternoon.

South William Street, Dublin 2

Fashion captured straight from the STREET to provide sartorial inspiration for you this Summer.

From top: Shane Whiting wear Zara shirt and Kayla Manne wear Sissy Boy: Mikey Rizzo (no details}; Michelle Horan wears a Joanne Hynes jacket, vintage shirt and Zara skirt;  Almir De Santa and Suzana De Santa (no details); Seth wears black jacket from Wild Child and Lady Lavinia wears a a 1940’s Summer suit; Ursula Fitzgerald wearing a Boo Radley dress; Edmonde Reis (no details); Ollie Ali wears Zara shirt and vintage coat and Rose wears H&M top and trousers..

Turned out well, in fairness.

Pics; Sasko Lazarov/Rollingnews


Get her.

30 thoughts on “What You’re Wearing This Season

  1. badatlememechois

    Photo 1…
    The guy on the right…

    That’s almost exactly the same as what I looked like in 1991, except my ears didn’t stick out and I wore
    Doc Martins. And I was good-looking….
    …and I didn’t have a girlfriend.

    I have photo’s, but I’m not at home so you’ll have to wait if you want one.

        1. Brother Barnabas

          Lad in the first photo is handsome enough, I suppose. Not that I’d be an authority on men’s looks. Reminds me of a young Joey Barton, though, so I think I’d be unable to sleep with him.

          1. Bertie Blenkinsop

            Ah, so you’re not Morrissey then, there goes that theory….

            Barton’s book is very good, there’s about 3 sentences in it about football matches, the rest is him sounding off, I recommend it….

          2. Brother Barnabas

            no idea how it passed me by but I just heard today about morrisey and robbie keane being second(?) cousins. mad. and they actually do look alike.

  2. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

    I’d be all [no details] too as I’m literally M&S head to toe (except for me flip-flops brought back from Brazil, no less). Ain’t nobody boasting about that kind of attire.

    1. edalicious

      I’ve got my M&S shorts on today. Most comfy pair of semi-respectable shorts you can buy.

      1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

        Thank you!
        I was taught always to accept a compliment, even when it’s patent nonsense.

          1. Bertie Blenkinsop

            Thank you!
            I was taught always to accept a compliment, even when it’s undeniably true.

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