The brand that oozes cool casuals with a distinctive twist, check out Tommy Hilfiger’s summer wear, available at Dublin stores now, and online.
One of my favourites from this year’s collection is a blue Verona handkerchief hem dress. It’s stunning, can be worn with flats or white wedges. A staple summer piece in the wardrobe for years to come.
Why not throw on TH’s elegant straw hat, featuring a frayed edge and contrast TH monogram embroidery on the rim.
I’m loving TH’s polo dresses, there is a shorter fitted one with short sleeves, cool and crisp – available in black also. Or alternatively, you could opt for the sleeveless and longer flared version, uber cool but as always with TH, stylish! Top it off with A TH linen hat.
This product contains inconversion cotton supporting farmers transitioning to organic farming over three years. The cotton grows without chemical pesticides, chemical fertilizers and genetically modified seeds.
See alternatively their organic fine jumper and wide fitting pants, there’s a also a full length cardigan in beige, these will see you through cool or damp Irish weather and will definitely take you into autumn. This product contains independently certified organic cotton, meaning it was grown without chemical pesticides, chemical fertilizers and genetically modified seeds.
A deep plunge blueprint swimsuit will set the pulses racing on the beach, with the ultra-casual long striped shirt dress the perfect transition from the sun lounger to the beach restaurant.
Tommy Hilfiger has a store in Dundrum and Liffey Valley Shopping Centres; also available in Arnott’s and at The Pavilion Shopping Centre, Swords. Available online at https://ie.tommy.com/women
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