Label Love: Onjenu

It’s only in the last few months that I came across the label ‘Onjenu’ and wow I am a huge fan now.
teraifj_kI bought a wrap dress in Fran & Jane in Blackrock and just loved it, at the time I was aboout 12  weeks pregnant so you couldn’t really tell I was expecting yet (bar friends and family who knew at that stage), but because it was a wrap style dress I knew it would be perfect for my expanding tummy! And I have since got loads more stuff from Onjenu!

I bought this one in Fran & Jane in Blackrock (one of my all time favourite boutiques)

I bought this one in Fran & Jane in Blackrock (one of my all time favourite boutiques) I was 12 weeks preggers here!


What I love about this label is the gorgeous array of striking, vibrant prints. Their signature prints really remind me of DVF, but a much more affordable version!
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The dresses are cleverly designed for ‘real’ women. The fabric is breathable and stretchy, yet the cut and shape is so incredibly flattering on. I could go on for ages about the benefits of a great wrap dress, but I might bore you 😉 Every fashionista knows a wrap dress is the single most flattering shape; it accentuates the bust and cinches in the waist (what all us women want!)
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Their current collection offers a huge variety of short length dresses, maxi dresses, playsuits and jumpsuits.
Wearing one of their maxi dresses on holidays

Wearing one of their maxi dresses on holidays


And another!! I love this print!

And another!! I love this print!

Where to buy?

The Onjenu range is available to buy directly on their website HERE and is also available in a select number of boutiques around the country including; Fran & Jane, Lotus Boutique (Dublin) and Lula Belle Boutique (Dublin).
Their clothes are not maternity wear but I find they are the ideal style for my growing shape; they tie just under the bust leaving plenty of room for my bump. I love the fact that I will be able to wear them post pregnancy too. The prices are certainly higher than average high street dresses, but then this is not average high street. They are more boutique prices, which I don’t mind paying when you are getting such good quality and want something that little bit different 🙂

Dress I wore to the River Island AW press day

Dress I wore to the River Island AW press day


Hope you’ve enjoyed
‘Til next time
Naomi xx

Naomi Clarke is the owner and creator of The Style Fairy. Naomi, a qualified fashion stylist and personal shopper has over 12 years experience in fashion, personal shopping, blogging, styling and PR both in Ireland and abroad. Having spent 2 years working in the fashion industry in Sydney and then in Singapore, Naomi relocated back to Dublin to set up her own business in 2013 and so began The Style Fairy.

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  • Aine

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    I just wondered if the material for the onjenu wrap dresses ( the first one) would be suitable for a nursing mum? Is the wrap front stretchy? Thank you

    3rd April 2016
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