Will You Be Much Longer?

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This afternoon.

Clarendon Street, Dublin 2.

Marija Aslimoska (above and top), founder and creative director of Parfumarija in the Westbury Mall claims that roadworks to upgrade the junction of Clarendon with Chatham Street have been continuing for over a year, and are damaging her business by preventing access to pedestrians.

Over a year, anyone?

Sasko Lazarov/RollingNews

10 thoughts on “Will You Be Much Longer?

  1. Janet, I ate my avatar

    I was trying to guess what her shop was for based on her striking rig out…I wasn’t expecting perfume

  2. White Dove

    I think she looks great – and very determined.

    Never a good idea to assume your own taste in clothing is beyond criticism – or that women in business can be judged on superficialities.

    1. Janet, dreams of spidercrab and fancy pastries

      where did you get that, I said it was striking, that’s not putting her down, it’s a bold look that suggests power combined with the stance didn’t make me think of perfume,
      how you read that as a critical is a bit touchy or where you get the idea I’m swaning around immune to people not digging my look ( not that I’d give a flying, I probably look overdressed for Dublin ;) )

  3. Jonickal

    Roadworks across Dublin are in an appalling state and done to a very low standard. The city’s roads and footpaths, and indeed they newly installed cycle lanes, are shoddily done.

    1. Kolmo

      Cheapest bidder.

      Nothing is ever squared-off properly, poor finish on works, nobody is in charge of maintaining even an aesthetic standard, it seems.

  4. Sophie

    Ive been there many times its an amazing, independently owned shop. I hope the situation gets resolved soon

  5. Johnny

    I think she look fabulous,afternoon tea at the Westbury and some perfume shopping sounds great…
    Best with the store Marija.

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