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7th April, 2019
Clara Halpin, head of personal shopping at Arnotts: personal shopping affords you the luxury to shop efficiently PIC: Fergal Phillips

What’s the first thing you feel when you open your wardrobe? Delight? Despair? As head of personal shopping at Arnotts, it’s Clara Halpin’s job to make Irish wardrobes sing. Here, she shares her professional dressing secrets with the Magazine.

We get clients for a number of reasons. Perhaps a woman is returning to work after maternity leave; others may be going up for a promotion, while others require dressing...

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