Style of Kilkenny – What I Wore πŸ‘—πŸ‘ πŸ‘œ

Hi everyone, hope you all had a great weekend! I’m still recovering after a hectic but brilliant few days back home in Kilkenny!

Some of you may know I organise a fashion every year known as Style of Kilkenny in aid the Chernobyl Kilkenny Outreach Group. This group travel to orphanages and homes of hope to volunteer in helping people in numerous ways who have been affected by the Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster of 1986. As well as this they arrange for children to travel to Kilkenny to rest and recuperate with Irish families.

Thursday night saw up 300 people attend the 4th fashion show and over €5,000 was raised!


As I was MC I wanted to wear black, it always looks classy and smart!


I spotted this (even if I do say so myself) AMAZING dress on Missguided reduced to €16! I was reluctant at first and thought the material might bit a bit flimsy due to the price reduction- however I was very wrong!


The top of the dress has a wire on top, sure to give you support on the bust. I went for a size 10, but probably would have been better with a size 8 as they are a generous fit.

I just loved the cut to the end of this dress! It is striking, unusual and eye catching. You can purchase this here now!


The dress itself was easy to wear and comfortable. I think this would make for a stunning dress for a wedding with a head piece to set it off!

I continued online shopping for the neck piece, I ordered my first item for Betty & Biddy! They were a fantastic company to deal with, I ordered it Sunday evening and had it on Tuesday. Betty & Bidddy are an Irish company and offer free post and packaging!


This piece cost just €27 and is so flattering to set off any outfit, day or night!


Last but not least, I’m sure the majority of you already know about these famous shoes! πŸ˜‚πŸ™ˆ

My all time favourite shoes, A La ‘Penneys’, these were just an amazing buy! I spotted these in a Limited Edition Primark store last December in Manchester and have been hooked since.

I reckon they look as good as Valentinos, but without the price tag! I bought these for €20 (Β£14).


As I say, there’s always a bargain to be found! Here’s a few more snaps of the style last Thursday night!

Happy shopping,

SinΓ©ad πŸ’œ







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