Dublin. Irish fashion lovers have update. They left homogenous clothes of identical logo-encrusted tracksuits and Ugg boots. Vintage shops are great for giving a touch of individualism for your outfit, or a DIY project if you consider yourself creative.
Dublin in particular, is teeming with fantastic vintage shops. For special occasions, you can’t beat the iconic Jenny Vander’s on Drury Street. The store is now in the city institution when it comes to stunning vintage pieces. You can tell there is a history behind every piece, and the staff are always more than happy to share of knowledge. The focus is on occasion-wear like sparkling flapper dressers, gowns and intricate jewellery. In this place, purchases are an investment in fashion history and your wardrobe future.
Meet vintage stores in Dublin
While you are walking down Drury Street, it is impossible to miss Om Diva, an amazing candy pink shop in Dublin’s Creative Quarter filled with sparkling, magical pieces that will make you feel like you’re in the fashion factory. Run by Ruth Ní Loinsigh, the bottom floor is a world of reworked classic dresses, lace tops, silk lounge pants and costume jewellery, while the lower-ground floor is covered with fashion from 1950s to the 1970s.
If you love designer duds but not the prices, Siopella is the shop for you. Now with four stores in Dublin, this vintage and consignment store is going from strength to strength, and local people and tourists love it. This store want to recycle clothing and make designer resale hassle free. They offer a stunning collection of designer clothes, shows and handbags, all in fantastic condition. You can check the website before bringing in items to sell, it has handy guidelines about what people are looking for each season, like designer bags always in high demand.
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