Sunday 22 January 2017

Get the look: Amy De Bhrun

Published 15/02/2016 | 02:30

Classic: Penny Dreadful actress Amy De Bhrun.
Classic: Penny Dreadful actress Amy De Bhrun.
Stacking rings €10 (for set), Topshop.
€20, Topshop
€295, Saint Laurent,
€36, Topshop
€595, Michael Michael Kors, Brown Thomas.
Stacking rings, €93 (for set), Weir & Sons,
€95, Michael Michael Kors, Brown Thomas
€19.99, H&M
€29.99, H&M
€520, Acne Studios, Harvey Nichols.

Penny Dreadful actress Amy De Bhrun's teaming of a striped top and leather trousers to wear on the red carpet is perfect proof that, when you're wearing classics, they will take you anywhere.

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This look would work equally well for a day-time event as it does on a night out. Keeping the shoes to an almost exact match of the trousers was a good stroke - anything scruffy would have looked awful, and heels could have been a shade tacky-glam. Nicely played.


I am attending a good friend's wedding next month. As if deciding what to wear to a wedding isn't hard enough, they have instigated a Mad Men theme for the dress code. I have no idea what to wear, apart from wishing to avoid buying something I will never wear again.  My style tends towards the conservative.

Fancy dress for a wedding shouldn't be allowed. However, as themes go, this could be a lot worse. Mad Men is open to huge interpretation - you can be Betty, in a classic, full-skirted, Fifties style; Joan, in a fitted, pencil-skirt silhouette; or Megan, in a short Sixties shift. All of which are covered by Coast. Carousel,, is great for Betty's style. Also worth a look is Goat in Arnotts, if you're a Megan. And for Joan, Hobbs currently has a number of primary-coloured dresses, with bracelet-length sleeves, in her simple shift style.

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