Friday 28 April 2017

The 1970s simply never go out of style... and ditto for denim!

Model Clare stepped out in a faux fur gilet (€29.50), with a print shirt (€17), denim jeans (€22.50), bag (€14) and tassel ankle boots (€25), all costing a total of €108.
Model Clare stepped out in a faux fur gilet (€29.50), with a print shirt (€17), denim jeans (€22.50), bag (€14) and tassel ankle boots (€25), all costing a total of €108.
With Heatons playing to their value-price strengths, Naoise (right) wore a pretty €20 black and white tea dress with Peter Pan collar. Her bag was €15, while Clare’s houndstooth skirt was €20 and her coat and hat were €29.50 and €12 respectively.
Bairbre Power

Bairbre Power

Heatons department stores have heritage. They first opened in 1946 and for Autumn/Winter 15, their buyers found inspiration by rolling back time to the 1970s.

It was a dynamic decade for the style queens and the boho qualities came through big time yesterday, when the brand showcased their new collection, which looks across the decades.

Heatons debuted their new 'True Denim' collection, which has a variety of shapes from high-waisted and flared legs to straight leg and skinny leg - in sizes 8-18.

Model Clare stepped out in a faux fur gilet (€29.50), with a print shirt (€17), denim jeans (€22.50), bag (€14) and tassel ankle boots (€25), all costing a total of €108.

With Heatons playing to their value-price strengths, Naoise wore a pretty €20 black and white tea dress with Peter Pan collar. Her bag was €15, while Clare's houndstooth skirt was €20 and her coat and hat were €29.50 and €12 respectively.

Irish Independent

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