Miss Daisy Blue is a beautiful vintage store located in the English Market, Cork City. The owner, Breda Casey, opened Miss Daisy Blue in 2009 and uses her extensive experience of travelling, buying and collecting… More
So an occurring theme throughout this blog seems to be me strolling around Dublin city and stumbling upon little gems. This can either mean two things:
- I can successfully waste my own time and tell myself I’m being somewhat productive (which should actually be considered a skill if you ask me).
- Dublin really is full of some underrated wonders (and as a Cork woman, this may be the biggest endorsement Dublin will ever receive – in my lowly humble opinion of course!)
I’ve been lucky enough to be able to interview Zoë Palmer, a glam style-icon, who has recently taken the brave step to begin her own fashion and lifestyle blog, and is definitely one to watch!
Zoë’s blog is a fashion and lifestyle blog, where she showcases her fantastic unique style Continue reading “An Interview with Fashion and Lifestyle Blogger Zoë Palmer”
And how better to start off the week than Urban Revival’s Top Ten Life Hacks? Not only will this list make your life easier, but it most definitely won’t cost the earth – in more ways than one! Continue reading “Top 10 Life Hacks”
During the week, one of my friends in college mentioned the Chupi Event that was happening yesterday and being the lovely lady that she is, invited me to tag along. So off we set yesterday afternoon, leaving leaving behind the books and the team meetings and found ourselves in The Powerscourt Townhouse, South William Street in Dublin City. Continue reading “Chupi Event: The Beginning of a Love Affair”
Mamukko is a store in Kinsale, Co. Cork which is run by two Hungarian brothers, Levente & Attila Magyar. Levente and Attila specialise in upcycling, having learned their skills from generations before them. Upcycling is the process of Continue reading “Eco-Gorgeous”
So as promised, as part of Urban Revival’s Feature piece on markets around Dublin, I set off exploring again this week.
After meeting my two lovely sisters for a Sunday morning coffee and catch-up in the city centre, I set off towards The Point Village by the 3Arena to my first ever car-boot’s sale. I must say I was so excited to see if what I would find would be anything like those day-time TV car-boot sales I would invariably find myself watching in BBC during my school summer holidays. Continue reading “While the Sun Shines in Dublin’s Fair City”
If you’re like me, this is the time of year when you get excited to get out of the boots and the heavy coats and into the lighter layers of Spring. As much as I getting back to my winter wardrobe every year, I feel the exact same come March or April, and am constantly virtual-window shopping my favourite sites to see how the trends of S/S are being styled and how best to bag a bargain.
One such place I spend my time is ‘Depop’. Continue reading “Refresh your S/S Wardrobe for Less…My Top Irish Depop Accounts”
When I was home a couple of weeks ago I spotted the Cork Carousel store on Oliver Plunkett Street and wanted to find out more about the Irish-owned, vintage inspired brand. I thought the concept of the brand was Continue reading “The Fashion Carousel Keeps Spinning Around”
So as you may know, I am writing this blog as part of my masters in Digital Marketing. When I started writing the blog in September, I wanted to write about the trend over the past few years, which has seen people looking towards older styles, fashions and trends for inspiration more and more.