We all love to look and feel our best, and with hectic lives spent working and running after little ones, we’ll take all the help we can get!


That’s why we are particularly excited to hear about the latest career move from much-loved Irish blogger and stylist Laura Nolan Horgan.


You will no doubt already be familiar with Laura’s work. As well as being the MD of LNH Image International, Laura runs a successful blog documenting her life as a busy and stylish working mum. As former Creative Director at Fran & Jane, for over a decade, Laura has also shared her talents and style savvy in segments for TV3’s Xposé and Ireland AM.


It is through these platforms that Laura has built up a dedicated legion of followers, who have turned to her for tips and advice on both pre- and post-baby fashion and style. Her response? To the delight of many mums and mums-to-be around the country, Laura has decided to launch a style consultation service for new and expectant mums.


LNH International’s Maternity and Back-to-Work Styling Consultations have been designed to instil confidence in mums-to-be as well as new mothers heading back to the workplace, and they combine Laura’s wealth of experience in the industry along with her sharp eye for style.


If you’re as excited about this new service as we are, then be sure to visit www.lnhimageinternational.com for more information. You can also follow Laura’s work and life on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.


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