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Annmarie O'Connor

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Annmarie is an award-winning fashion writer, stylist and author of the bestselling book The Happy Closet (Gill Books, 2016) - a self-help guide to balancing well-being with being well-dressed. Her editorial and styling work has appeared in publications such as the Irish Examiner, Sunday Times Style magazine, The Irish Times, Irish Tatler, Image and The Gloss. She has also styled for London Fashion Week, The Voice of Ireland and clients like LVMH, Harvey Nichols, Brown Thomas and BT2.
On air, she is a regular contributor to The Dave Fanning Show, The Ryan Tubridy Show; TV3′s Xposé, Ireland AM and RTÉ’s Today show. She is editor of the Louis
Vuitton City Guide to Dublin 2012.

She has featured in Image as one Ireland’s Hot Shots (February 2009
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ONLINE CONSULTATION: THE WORKING-FROM-HOME WARDROBE REBOOT

Calling all kitchen table consultants, Zoom office workers and virtually anyone who's been working from home for the past year. Feeling jaded with the same old joggers? Allergic to the hassle of online shopping? Worse yet, don’t know where to start?

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“I was sweating like Christy Moore at a Feis Ceol, so badly, in fact, I looked like I was sporting a finger moustache as I attempted to rescue suicidal perspiration drops from my upper lip. Classy.”
Annmarie O'Connor, The Happy Closet

“Willpower is misunderstood. The very word suggests that wanting something badly enough bequeaths that necessary strength to achieve or overcome something. If that were the case, I'd be Michael Fassbender's missus by now.”
Annmarie O'Connor, The Happy Closet

“Having an emotional connection with what we wear is at once transformative and talismanic. Why else would Glenda the Good Witch have given Dorothy a pair of ruby slippers? Clicking those heels did more than get Miss Garland back to Kansas; they manifested magic – that sweet spot where memories are made.”
Annmarie O'Connor, The Happy Closet

“Writing a book is a horrible, exhausting struggle, like a long bout with some painful illness. One would never undertake such a thing if one were not driven on by some demon whom one can neither resist nor understand.”
George Orwell

“Willpower is misunderstood. The very word suggests that wanting something badly enough bequeaths that necessary strength to achieve or overcome something. If that were the case, I'd be Michael Fassbender's missus by now.”
Annmarie O'Connor, The Happy Closet

“You know the old adage: give a woman a bag and she'll fill it for a day. Teach a woman to pack and she'll fill every damn bag she owns (or something of that ilk).”
Annmarie O'Connor, The Happy Closet

“Excuses – the great enabler. Without them, we'd have no reason to shop when we shouldn't and every reason to feel guilty for doing so. Nothing like the aul 'dog ate my knickers' chestnut to manifest a new handbag at will (in which to deposit much-needed new knickers, of course).”
Annmarie O'Connor, The Happy Closet

“I was sweating like Christy Moore at a Feis Ceol, so badly, in fact, I looked like I was sporting a finger moustache as I attempted to rescue suicidal perspiration drops from my upper lip. Classy.”
Annmarie O'Connor, The Happy Closet




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