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The Kildare Village Temperley London pop up kicks off on Friday

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by Marie Kelly
08th Aug 2018
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The best way of developing a wardrobe that’s unique to you is to avoid the pitfall of shopping in the same stores all the time. Pop-up shops, such as the Temperley London event happening in Kildare Village this weekend from August 10-12, are a great opportunity to find special pieces that will give your wardrobe a point of difference and a luxe feel – in this case without the luxe price tag; there will be up to an amazing 60% off the recommended retail price at the Temperley London pop up.

If you’re not familiar with the brand, I’ll confess it’s one of my favourites, because it offers women a grown-up way of embracing their femininity. Alice Temperley is known globally for her ultra-flattering designs, from signature satin stitch embroidered dresses to all over embellished floor-sweeping gowns. Temperley London embodies modern bohemia beautifully. It’s also unapologetically glamorous, and every woman needs a dose of glamour in her wardrobe.

I’ll certainly be heading there on Friday to enjoy this incredible fashion opportunity (and perhaps bag a bargain or two). In advance of the weekend, why not enter our competition to offer one lucky visitor an opportunity to win a €200 shopping voucher. All you have to do is fill in the form below.

While you’re visiting the village this weekend, make a day of it and visit the incredible number of unique Irish and designer stores (from Mulberry to The Kooples), which are also available with savings of an enormous 60% off the recommended retail price. It’s the ideal opportunity to perfectly accessorise your brand new Temperley gown. I know when I shop at Kildare Village, I always finish the day with a glass of wine and a meal. Shopping is thirsty work, you know. There are almost as many restaurant and café options to choose from as clothing boutiques. Enjoy!

Enter this draw to win a luxury shopping experience at Kildare Village, including a €200 shopping voucher, complimentary valet parking and hands-free shopping.

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