Dublin Fashion Street Style March 16
Street style has become as popular and sought after as the styles on the runway and it seems to be the way forward for raw, immediate and unique fashion. Check out our street style photos of some fashionable Dubliners on the streets of #DublinTown in the Creative Quarter in March.
Maeva Tomaye (French) and Anita Topa (Italian)
What they think of Dublin style: Everyone tends to look the same, a bit too prepared. There doesn’t seem to be a difference between daywear and nightwear. The Irish style vintage clothing very well.
What she thinks of Dublin style: It’s definitely progressive. We get most of our inspiration from social media and the other fashion capitals like London, New York and Berlin.
Tia Lee and Kayleigh Dunning (Both from Blackpool – Here for St.Patrick’s Day)
What they think of Dublin so far: On first impressions the people are very friendly and the shopping is great!
Alex wears: Jacket, Cap and Scarf from Dublin Vintage Factory on South William Street and Tahiti Vintage in George’s Arcade.
What he thinks of the fashion industry: Is completely against anything mass produced and most of the clothes he owns are from second hand stores. Fashion is a good way to express oneself though.
Leo and Dominique Keegan
What they think of Dublin style: Leo thinks it’s very good but Dominique think’s it’s not very unique. Dominique’s French chicness influences her husband’s style.
Hayden Wilkinson (works in Clement and Pekoe) and Jessica Dowdall
Hayden wears: Coat, Trousers, Top from General Pants in Australia.
What they think of Dublin style: It’s very unique and individual, you can’t find it anywhere else.