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The Early Word


by Jennifer McShane
21st Apr 2016
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Start your day as you mean to go on, and lap up some interesting tidbits from?our lovely IMAGE.ie stories. If you had but one day to spend in the great NYC, what would you do (besides wail “it’s not enough time!”) and where would you venture? If you can’t think where to begin, we have some travel tips to help. Wearing white isn’t as tricky as you may think as our IMAGE Fashion Editor Marie Kelly explains, and the year might just be four months in, but’many lessons can be learned…

24 HOURS IN… NEW YORK

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No one wants to only spend 24 hours in New York. It’s just not enough time to fully explore this city of wonder.?But if you must, whether it’s for a stopover before you move on to even further flung places or because you need a day’s escape from visiting family upstate, here’s our super-short and not at all conclusive guide to Manhattan in 24 hours.

Read our guide here

HOW TO GET WHITE RIGHT

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How do you get white right? The trick to looking pale and interesting, rather than bland and boring, is to mix tones and textures and opt for a streamlined or sporty silhouette – both feel modern and grown-up and have no Holy Communion or bridal associations, says IMAGE Fashion Editor Marie Kelly.

Read her top white-wearing tips here

5 THINGS I’VE LEARNED SO FAR…

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Duvet days aren’t all that wonderful, it’s good to have some vices in life and breaking out of your comfort zone can lead to great things; IMAGE Editor Rosaleen McMeel on the five takeaways 2016 has taught her so far.

Read them all here

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