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Blarney Woollen Mills

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The main branch of this chain is actually located in the village of Blarney, so its name is not as shamelessly cheesy as all that. However, don't come here...

21-23 Nassau Street

Chica

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One of two parts (there's another Chica store just around the corner at Unit 25), this upbeat, fun boutique sells evening and party wear to girls who want...

Units 3 & 4

Costume

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Still one of the leading suppliers of hip and funky fashions to Dublin's discerning chicas, Costume pretty much has it all, from Roland Mouret and Temperley...

10-11 Castle Market

Great Outdoors

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Leading the pack is the excellent Great Outdoors, whose main (Chatham Street) branch stocks a dazzling range of clothing, tents, backpacks, cooking and...

20 Chatham Street

Henry Jermyn

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Keeping the gents of nearby Merrion Square in hats and threads, this high-end tailor has an exclusive, gentleman's club aesthetic: oil paintings, ornate...

16 Clare Street

Jen Kelly

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Not somewhere you can just wander into, couturier Jen Kelly's exclusive studio is geared more to those with the budget and ideas for a bespoke service. His...

50 North Great George's Street

Louis Copeland

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Ireland's most famous tailor has been kitting out the chaps for over a century. As well as Copeland's own brand, the store also stocks suits from Hugo Boss,...

39-41 Capel Street

Sabotage

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Shockingly pink but reassuringly stylish, this hip womenswear boutique has two floors of party, clubby and everyday wear from labels like Numph and Uttam....

20 Exchequer Street

Woollen MiIls

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Spinning out the knitwear thang with considerable energy, the Mills has been going strong for well over a century now. Aran, cashmere, merino and mohair...

41 Lower Ormond Quay