What You’ll Be Wearing Next Season



Brown Thomas, Dublin 2

Models Teodora Sutra (above right) and Maria Traynor (above left). sporting creations from CREATE 2019, the annual showcase from BTs that “shines a light on Ireland’s most exciting and up-and-coming irish design talent”

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21 thoughts on “What You’ll Be Wearing Next Season

  1. john f

    To be honest, unless I lose a bet, I cant see myself wearing any of those outfits!

    1. Brother Barnabas

      whenever I’m at home alone and lonely, and I think of you, that’s how you’re dressed

      sorry if that’s weird

      1. john f

        It’s not weird…. It’s charming!
        The hairs are literally standing up on my legs right now!

  2. Slightly Bemused

    I must admit I like the top 2 dresses: they look comfortable and cool, which would be great for this good weather. What I don’t get is why they have to drag on the ground – not very practical, that.

    The bottom pic is a little baffling to me. Why have an almost invisible dress over trousers?

    But then, I have not an inch of fashion sense about me, so I should not criticise those who are artistic and creative.

  3. Spaghetti Hoop

    I know fashion is an industry and some people get sucked in, but tell me, WHY do women talk about clothes and shoes so much? If you’re all going to a wedding – they kick off about 12 months previous to the day talking about fake tan and fascinators. Someone asked me what colour and length I was wearing to a family wedding… it was SIX months down the road.

    1. SOQ

      I think I may be faketanphobic myself- why does anyone want to look like Trump? And then more slap that a drag queen- applied by a ‘professional’ apparently- with what- A SHOVEL? And God help any fella in close proximity when she bats those fake eyelashes- they’d have facial bruising for at least two weeks.

  4. V

    Ahhh lovely

    I’d probably have 2 and 5 in different colours alright
    But everything else as it is

    Any weddings coming up?

  5. Gabby

    I’d like to buy some of those colourful dresses and have them turned into curtains. Do any of those attractive models know how to use a sewing machine?

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