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SIOPAELLA STYLE - NAILS THE 70S TREND

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SIOPAELLA SPRING SUMMER TREND - THE 70s The saucy sultry seventies is making a major comeback for spring summer 2016 and Siopaella is hopping on that trend bandwagon. Flares, fringing and suede - you name it - we got it! Get ready to channel the kookiest icons from Studio 54's Bianca Jagger to the waif-life Mia Farrow. Our Anna is rocking the 70s trend here and totally nailing it! [gallery link="file" columns="1" size="full" ids="48613"] NAIL THE 70S - GO BIGGER, BRIGHTER, BOLDER We're no wilting wallflowers here at Siopaella Designer Exchange. We like our trends maximalist. The bigger, the bolder,...

Vamping it up this weekend for Bram Stoker festival 2015

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Image: BramStokerfestival.com  Dublin embraces its inner Goth this weekend with its annual Bram Stoker Festival. The festival boasts four days of living stories and four nights of deadly adventures this bank holiday weekend. The events are happening all over Dublin city. Highlights will include the "New Blood" party at Projects Arts Centre on Sunday and street performance company, Macnas closing of the festival on Monday with their breath-taking cross city procession.                  Last year Louis & Raquel got visited from some very friendly vampires* In celebration of the festival, our three stores will be hosting in-store promotions...

SQUAD GOALS - SIOPAELLA HEARTS ALEXA CHUNG

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ALEXA CHUNG FOR AG JEANS DROP IN SIOPAELLA So, her squad includes some of London's finest shakers and movers, including Pixie Geldof and Nick Grimshaw, not to mention her talented and handsome arm candy, Alexander Skarsgård. We've always wanted to be in her girl gang so when we found out that our favourite style maven, Alexa Chung was designing her own collection for AG Jeans, we had to get in on that action. [gallery size="medium" link="none" ids="35138,35139,35141,35142,35143"] Here in Siopaella, we have almost 3000 consigners that we buy from and our latest drop of designer booty included the fab denim dungarees...

Trend Report: London Fashion Week

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Out of the four fab cities that hold fashion week, London is most definitely my favourite. There is a sense of fun and playfulness to it and I feel like it doesn't take itself too seriously. Also Simone Rocha shows at London and she is my fave...if I could go to any show it would be hers!! It seems like the few days spent at London Fashion Week would be exhausting both physically and mentally and nobody put that better than Rosemary MaCabe. If you haven't read her latest blog post on What It's Really Like to go to LFW  then you...

Autumns Hottest Colour and How To Wear...Oak Buff!

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Autumn, a time of dark colours, warm shades and neutral layering, right? Wrong!!! This Autumn the colour to be seen is yellow, well actually not yellow...Oak Buff according to the colour gods over at Pantone. We love how Pantone has described this shade as, ‘a mellow, comforting and warming shade that brings good feelings’. Comforting? Warming? Good Feelings? And all at a time when the days grow shorter and the tempetures drop? We are sold!! For those of you who have a tear in your eye saying goodbye to summer, incorporating this colour into your wardrobe allows you to keep the...

Find Your Perfect Autumn/Winter Handbag at Siopaella

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It's no secret that we at Siopaella LOVE handbags! On average Ella says "Boy Bag" at least 99 times a day and Tanya dreams of Neverfulls at night. Whatever your handbag of choice we have it at Siopaella. From Chanels on our website, to Victoria in Cecilia and Vintage in Crow Street we have what you're looking for. Start your Autumn/Winter wardrobe off in style. The Box Bag Sophie Hulme Envelope Leather Wallet Style inspiration from Jason Wu [caption id="attachment_32180" align="alignnone" width="200"] Jason Wu A/W 2015[/caption] The Bucket Bag Alexander Wang Limited Edition Diego Bucket Bag Style inspiration from Kenzo...

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