Ethna Reynolds might spend most of the working day in chef whites, but the retro-glam foodie, who blogs as The Burlesque Chef, loves to express her personal style when she’s not in the kitchen. Here she shares her favourite looks, from vintage treasures to star buys in Penney’s! For further information, see

Outfit 1: Formal

This is my fun, formal style. I’m a sucker for circle dresses!

Dress: Collectif cherry dress from ‘The Rock and Roll Tea Party’ in Carrick-On-Shannon €60

Vintage fur scarf: From a friend

Shoes: Irregular Choice €50

Vintage silk headscarf: Ebay €6

Outfit 2: Casual

I still like to keep my casual look quite feminine, and any excuse to get dressed up I take it!

Dress: ‘Hell Bunny’ Retro, George's St Arcade, Dublin €69

Shoes: Penney’s €6

Jacket: M&S, found in charity shop, Sligo €6

Cardigan: Penney’s €11

Purse: Cath Kidston gift

Vintage fur scarf: From a friend

Outfit 3: Work

This is my “going to work wear” for when I’m not in my chef’s uniform!

Dress: Vintage 1960s Michael Stump dress, charity shop, Sligo €6

‘I love Jesus’ scarf: Haight Ashbury Vintage, San Francisco $20

Hat: Vintage Kangol, Vinnies Op Shop, Newtown, Sydney $3

Shoes: Penney’s €6