RTÉ radio and TV presenter Bláthnaid Treacy may well be our ultimate fashion crush. With long blonde locks and nose ring at the ready, the broadcaster brings a hint of edgy glam to every outfit.
We caught up with the fashionista to discuss her fab work wardrobe - watch the video above.
Fans of Dancing with the Stars can catch Bláthnaid on RTÉ2 every Thursday on Can't Stop Dancing, where she will sit down with the stars, pro-dancers, judges and various special guests.
Each week, the host rocks a myriad of pieces from black leather skirts to bright sequined dresses (the above playsuit is from River Island) and each ensemble is styled to perfection.
"This year I'm going to be working with Clémentine MacNeice again.
"She is an incredible stylist and I worked with her last year and I think she really understood my style so every week I got into a big meeting with her and she just has tons and tons and tons of outfits so it's literally my dream - it's amazing," she said.
"She definitely knows that anything sparkly I'm mad for. I love Folkster, I love TopShop, I love Urban Outfitters.
"I actually love Rixo London which is very expensive, I know, so you never know I might get a Rixo London dress this year."
While finding outfits may seem simple - especially when you have a professional stylist on hand - Bláthnaid explains that a lot of considerations have to be taken into account.
"It's funny actually, you'll pick something and then you wear it on camera and it looks awful so you have to sort of see what some outfits look like on camera - it can break your heart!"
This is Bláthnaid's second year hosting the DWTS preview show and it's only getting bigger and better. Here's what we can expect to see on a Thursday evening.
"Last year it was only about 24 minutes and now its 40 minutes so we're getting even more backstage access.
"I have celebrity panels each week. I have backstage reporters so Lottie Ryan is my backstage reporter. We have a choreography corner as well," she explained. All that's left now is to watch the show.
Tune into Can't Stop Dancing every Thursday evening at 9:30pm or catch up on RTÉ Player.