The lingering gender pay gap: One woman’s expert advice on how to narrow it

Meg Walker

Inequality in women’s healthcare: why it happens, why it matters and what we can do...

Erin Lindsay

#IWD21: Alix Mulholland captures the scents of the Irish countryside

Eoin Higgins

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry had no choice but to go on Oprah

Jennifer McShane

This Sandymount home with stylish interiors is on the market for €1.3 million

Megan Burns

Amanda Gorman: ‘One day you’re called an icon, the next day, a threat’

Jennifer McShane

Sneak peek: Stylist Sarah Rickard on how to wear the Simone Rocha x H&M collection

Lauren Heskin

Screen time has exploded in our household during lockdown. How worried should I be?

Amanda Cassidy

Limerick’s Spice Vintage shop owner Grace Collier on how she’s beating the Covid business odds

Erin Lindsay

Image / Fashion

Ten must-have pieces from Net-a-Porter under for €250

by Ellen Bird
13th Nov 2018

The online shopping addiction is real, on that is. It’s probably my favourite shopping website of all, and for good reason. It has HEAPS of good stuff. Because of work, I’m always scrolling through endless pages of embroidered Burberry coats, embellished Gucci shoes, and Fendi monogram pants. So you’ll occasionally find me sobbing at my desk, crying about everything I can’t afford; all while stroking my sad overused debit card, contemplating sacrificing food for a week. I guess that’s the great thing about online shopping carts. They allow you to satisfy the craving of owning something without physically taking a monetary splurge. But right now on, you can whip that hopeful bank card right back out and invest in that designer must-have you’ve wanted for oh so long. Why? Because the high-fashion website currently has some seriously cool stuff – at an affordable price. Yes, you’ve heard it here first; I’ve done my research. I know, your welcome. From velvet blazers, black midi dresses and jazzy gloves, here’s what to shop right now – all under €250!

Rose checked wool-blend top, Paper London, 225

Glossed-TPU raincoat, Rains, 179

Rio shell-embellished ribbed cotton midi dress, Staud, 230

Zeist ruffled faux textured-leather mini skirt, Isabel Marant Étoile, 210

Glittered vinyl sandals, Sam Edelman, 140

Lora belted crushed-velvet blazer, Stine Goya, 210

Emma off-the-shoulder stretch-cotton poplin top, Staud, 190

Faye leather gloves, Agnelle, 105

Stretch-jersey jumpsuit, Norma Kamali, 139

Voile blouse, Cefinn, 190

Also Read

comfortable clothing
4 comfy yet chic outfit ideas to get you ready for a post-lockdown world

Are you really going to be squeezing into high-waisted jeans...

By Edaein OConnell

The Irish fashion set on their ride or die denim

A certain fictional fashion savant once said, “You’re always looking...

By Freya Drohan

Take a peek at Simone Rocha’s entire collection for H&M

By Lauren Heskin

A fashion editor’s guide to wearing sequins

It’s that very special time of year when our sensible...

By Marie Kelly

Trending hair accessories for when you really need to visit the hairdresser

When you can't get to the hairdresser, it's time for some hair dressing.

By Holly O'Neill

The North Face
How The North Face went from the source of teenage envy to the summit of fashion

The North Face jackets have sold out everywhere, but when...

By Edaein OConnell

knitted co-ords
All you need is a light sweater: Pretend it’s spring with these 5 pastel knitted co-ords

We cannot get enough of knitwear sets at the minute, particular in these ice-cream shades.

By Lauren Heskin

Fashion Week
What does the future of Fashion Week look like?

New York Fashion has just ended. Did you even know it was happening this year? NYC-based fashion editor Freya Drohan reports on the state of runway in 2021.

By Freya Drohan