From heir­looms to Dublin, New York and Paris, Maria Fusco makes her style her own

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Maria Fusco is Ire­land’s an­swer to Iris Apfel. Her fash­ion choices are a life­style and, even down to the de­tails like her per­fume, she makes care­ful de­ci­sions. Hav­ing spent years in the industry, she knows how to put to­gether a look that tran­scends the fash­ion trends of the day.

We chat­ted to her about the pieces she is wear­ing and how she would best de­scribe her look.

“My style is fem­i­nine,” she says. “El­e­gant with a dash of flirty and whole lot of at­ti­tude. Style is not rocket sci­ence, it’s about self-ex­pres­sion and should be ef­fort­less and beau­ti­ful.”

Shades My mum’s vin­tage glasses. I had candy rose lenses in­serted, when I went pink.

Top Old gold lurex polo top – Icon Col­lec­tion at H&M – ¤39.99

Jacket Cos blou­son jacket –


Skirt Cos Alibaba tai­lored long skirt – ¤40 ( sum­mer sale)

Tights Black tights – Dim, Paris

Train­ers Black wedge high-top train­ers – $35, New York

Bracelets Sil­ver spoon and vin­tage coin bracelet – $80, Chelsea , New York Brass bracelet – $55, New York

Ring Gold blue topaz ring – fam­ily heir­loom

Bag Mesh bag – $30, thrift store Wil­liams­burg, New York

Coat Black vin­tage lapin coat – Marche Au Puces, Paris

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