There's an abundance of talented singers in Ireland at the moment who both have great music and style. Here are three of my personal favourites to give you some fashion inspiration.
You may have heard Soulé's super catchy song 'Love Tonight' featuring C Cane on the adverts for Vavavoom which aired before Love Island this year.
She's an RnB/pop artist who has enviable style and can rock both bold and casual looks.
This monochrome patterned pantsuit paired with high top trainers and a sleek ponytail looks effortlessly cool.
This orange look is equal parts cute and chic with an orange camo print skirt, cropped orange bardot top and black boots.
Aimée is a pop artist who's most notable for her song 'Don't Bother', which is a break-up song everyone needs in their life.
Is it an unwritten rule that Irish singers have to have a check-patterned suit jacket in their wardrobe?
Either way, Aimée give us '80s vibes with this oversized pink check jacket.
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7:15am tomorrow ... my song “Break Me” will get it’s first play on @rte2fm with @eoghanmcdermott & @doireanngarrihy 🤩 I will be in chatting all about my new song & giving away 2 FREE TICKETS TO MY SHOW 😍 . 10:00am tomorrow ... my tickets go on sale for my headline gig in Whelan’s this November 😰🥴😍🙏🏼 . 10:05am tomorrow ... I lose my shit with excitement 🥴 #breakme
Green leopard print cargo pants are not something I would pick up if I saw them in a shop but Aimée makes them look effortlessly cool paired with a simple black t-shirt and black Vans.
Erica is an RnB artist who you may recognise from the campaign photos for the Helen Steele collection in Dunnes Stores.
She has nailed the athleisure style and is almost always wearing a pair of gold hoop earrings.
If I wore this outfit I would look like a hot mess but Erica completely pulls it off, tying in the yellow in the pants with her trainers, and even her drink matches!
This fabulous co-ord piece is the perfect on-stage outfit, it even glistened with the lights.
All three of these women have amazing style but equally, they are all unapologetically themselves which shines through in their music and outfits.
This is something that everyone can take inspiration from.
What Irish celebrity do you think has the best style?