A sky full of stars...

If you have not heard of Chupi, I strongly advise you to check out their Instagram and prepare to be wowed with the dreamiest of fine jewellery. To add to the existing range of Eternity Rings on offer, Chupi has announced seven new additions.

Eternity rings have been worn and adored for thousands of years as symbols of eternal love. Whether worn as a wedding band, to celebrate a moment or as a declaration of self-love, how you choose to wear your eternity ring is up to you. Chupi has reimagined these precious rings to honour love in all its forms and mark those precious moments, which is something that I am a huge believer in.

The Stars in the Sky Eternity Ring collection is a unique design for Chupi.

The diamonds are set interspersed with tiny gold dots on a polished gold band.

Chupi was inspired by the idea of secret meanings, so you can choose whether each diamond represents a moment in time, a decade of your life or the people you love. Depending on your preference, choose from a three, four or five-diamond eternity 14k gold ring. The rings are designed to be either worn alone or stack beautifully with your existing jewellery.

After breakfast and catch-ups it was off to Sketch at the Imperial Hotel for the Feast of Fashion event with Opera Lane. Opera Lane stores such as H&M, Tommy Hilfiger and River Island showed alongside a great mix of independent designers and boutiques from Cork including Yawuw, Phoenix V, Miss Daisy Blue and Juniper Lane.

I styled the Opera Lane womenswear collections for the show while Breeda O’Connell, the Opera Lane personal shopper gave a very informative talk on new season trends and how to introduce them into your existing wardrobes.

It was so lovely to see what looks are coming through in-store and I am feeling very inspired for the new season ahead.

Autumn Winter 23 feels very glam and luxurious with boucle and check prints mixing with abstract watercolour prints all in rich tones of burgundy, navy, golds and khaki greens.

One of my favourite looks from the collection was a black '60s inspired black midi dress from Next.

Featuring feather sleeves, a cowl at the back and subtle side cutouts, it’s a dress that sounds like it shouldn’t work but it does and would be perfect for any party.

I also of course had to style a co-ord set and found a beautiful one in River Island. Beige and black with a linear print it would take you anywhere and the pieces work equally well on their own also. I wore a co-ord myself to both events and picked it up in H&M. It gave a luxury pyjamas vibe which I love, and I wore it with a vintage orange beaded bag and some gold heels.