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Ladies Day at the Galway races is fast approaching and with an envy inducing €10,000 up for grabs, let’s just say it’s worth investing in your look! Ennis is known as the boutique capital of Ireland and the perfect one stop shop to get you kitted out for the occasion! Here’s my top picks:


Margaret O’Connor
Irish Milliner to the super stars (including Lady Gaga), luckily for us, has returned to her native Clare and to say her shop in Ennis is a treasure trove would be putting it mildly. Margaret caters for all colours, shapes and sizes with an option to rent or buy and she also designs bespoke pieces. Looking for something show stopping for Ladies Day? Look no further than this incredible local talent.


Foxy Hair Studio
Don’t forget your crown jewels! It’s no good wearing the perfect hat if the hair is wrong. Ensure one compliments the other and who better to get those tresses looking pristine than the experienced hands of Eilish Moloney at Foxy Hair Studio in Ennis. Her salon is a haven of creativity and with her finger firmly on the pulse of the latest hair trends, Eilish will ensure you are ahead of the curve and feeling a million dollars on the day.


The County Boutique
Championing Irish design along with stunning international brands, The County Boutique’s new Autumn Winter 2018 is one to swoon over. If the bright bold colours of Marc Cain is anything to go by, you’re sure to get noticed on Ladies Day. The team are pros when it comes to turning heads and are sure to point you in the right direction. You’ll soon discover why The County Boutique makes occasion wear shopping a wonderfully unique experience.


Niamh Cavanagh MUA
It’s important to take the grooming element of Ladies Day just as seriously as the ensemble itself. It’s all about the full picture! Talented, local, Niamh Cavanagh MUA will ensure that your make up holds, those eyes sparkle and that skin glows so that you are 100% camera ready when duty calls!


Nozomi
Accessories can make or break your ladies day ensemble…but luckily we have experts in the art of accessorizing at Nozomi, Ennis with a stunning array of shoes, bags and even parasols to finish off the look with aplomb! Nozomi’s pieces have an essence of luxury that would give some of the biggest fashion houses a run for their money, sure to catch the eye of the magpie in any judge!

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