This week the Newry Times headed down to the second heat of the Miss Armagh Miss Down competition in the Cobbles bar to get our “fashion fix”.The competition was fierce but it wasn’t only the contestants that were flaunting their style,members of the audience were too. Check out some of the hot picks below.
Name: Aisling McConville
Occupation: Beauty Therapist (Look Beauty Salon Rathfriland)
What Aisling is wearing:
Aisling got her lovely off white dress from theprettydresscompany.com, her shoes were bought from New Look and her accessories were a combination of gifts from her generous boyfriend and purchased from Debenhams.
Aisling’s style icon is: Cheryl Cole
Style Motto: “Less is More!”
Name: Kirsty Mill
Occupation: Kirsty is currently studying teaching in Belfast
What Kirsty is wearing:
Kirsty is wearing a great jacket from Exhibit, a colourful scarf from River Island, a striped top from A-wear, jeans from New look and an unexpected style steal with her shoes from Menarys!
Kirsty’s typical look is usually anything from high street store A-Wear
Style Advice: “Go with what looks good on you as what looks good on your friends may not suit you. Its not always about what you are wearing but how you wear it.”
Name: Charlene McKinnon
Occupation: Behavioural Assistant in a special needs school.
What Charlene is wearing:
Bright blue jacket is from Primark, Peter Pan collar dress is from Wallis, both her leggings and shoes were purchased in New Look and the silver bracelet is also from Wallis.
Charlene’s style icon is: Holly Willoughby
Fashion Advice: “Always dress for your shape.”
Name: Rachelle Anderson
Occupation: Beauty Therapist
What Rachelle is wearing:
The lace shift dress is from The Match Maker Rathfriland, her jewellery was bought from Accessorize and the shoes are from Barratts.
Rachelle’s Style Icons: Beyonce and Cheryl Cole
Fashion Advice: ” Try and match your handbag to your shoes.”
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