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A Kerry woman has been named Best Dressed Lady at the 2016 Dublin Horse Show.

No fee for repro - please credit Paul Sherwood Claire Murphy from Kerry named Dundrum Town Centre Best Dressed Lady at the 2016 Dublin Horse Show One of the most popular and prestigious Ladies Day outings in the country, this year the Dundrum Town Centre LadiesÕ Day at the Dublin Horse Show welcomed a variety of special guests. But it was the fashion stakes that had heads turning due to the ladies involved in the Dundrum Town CentreÕs Best Dressed Lady Competition. The overall winner, Claire Murphy from Ardfert, Co. Kerry, was announced in front of a large crowd assembled at the band lawn stage in the RDS and was presented with a shopping voucher worth Û10,000 for Dundrum Town Centre, redeemable anywhere in the Centre. Claire Murphy impressed judges even while she stood in the queue to come on stage and talk through her outfit. The balance of composition in her outfit stood out for both judges, top blogger and model Louise OÕReilly and fashion editor Bairbre Power. Her hat was designed by former RDS Ladies Day winner and Kerry milliner Carol Kennelly, which sat perfectly with her Tina Griffin ensemble of whites and light greens. Pictured - Claire Murphy from Kerry

Claire Murphy from Ardfert was presented with a shopping voucher worth €10,000 for Dundrum Town Centre at the RDS this afternoon.

No fee for repro - please credit Paul Sherwood Claire Murphy from Kerry named Dundrum Town Centre Best Dressed Lady at the 2016 Dublin Horse Show One of the most popular and prestigious Ladies Day outings in the country, this year the Dundrum Town Centre LadiesÕ Day at the Dublin Horse Show welcomed a variety of special guests. But it was the fashion stakes that had heads turning due to the ladies involved in the Dundrum Town CentreÕs Best Dressed Lady Competition. The overall winner, Claire Murphy from Ardfert, Co. Kerry, was announced in front of a large crowd assembled at the band lawn stage in the RDS and was presented with a shopping voucher worth Û10,000 for Dundrum Town Centre, redeemable anywhere in the Centre. Claire Murphy impressed judges even while she stood in the queue to come on stage and talk through her outfit. The balance of composition in her outfit stood out for both judges, top blogger and model Louise OÕReilly and fashion editor Bairbre Power. Her hat was designed by former RDS Ladies Day winner and Kerry milliner Carol Kennelly, which sat perfectly with her Tina Griffin ensemble of whites and light greens. Pictured - Rebecca Quigley from MonaghanÔLongines Elegance is an AttitudeÕ winner, Brooke Sketchley -ÔGreat Lengths Most Creative Hat ,Claire Murphy from Kerry - Dundrum Town Centre Best Dressed Lady, Best Dressed man Raymond Gilbourne from Cork

Her hat was designed by former RDS Ladies Day winner and Kerry milliner Carol Kennelly, and her white and light green outfit is by Kerry designer Tina Griffin.

The judges were blogger and model Louise O’Reilly and fashion editor Bairbre Power.