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Image / Fashion

Mango Gets an Irish Megastore


By IMAGE
12th Mar 2015
Mango Gets an Irish Megastore

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Irish fans of Spain’s most international fashion brand – MANGO – are in for a treat. With a prime location in Dublin’s most popular shopping district, Henry Street, lovers of MANGO’s easy style will now have a megastore packed full of their sartorial goodies to enjoy. The first MANGO megastore in Ireland, if you will. Hurrah!

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Not only will you have their MANGO womenswear to look forward to, but MANGO kids, MANGO sports and their Intimates lines. A wealth of affordable undies to choose from? Well this just makes our day.

What to expect in the store this season?

You’ll be swiftly transport to the 70s. “The silhouettes contrast with the sartorial, highlighting the tight-fitting suits and Bermuda shorts with long blazers in fabrics such as nappa.? In addition, kaftans and sheer midi-skirts impregnate this Bohemian and carefree style with brown and black tones. White approaches romanticism with lace dresses and garments, see-through and crochet. The most energetic part of the collection is translated into pinks, reds, blues and greens, adding a touch of fantasy to knitwear fabrics with compact stripes and amusing prints.”

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