Current Dublin style is aesthetically moving outside the box. Sure, you can still find your favourite name brands on the city’s main fairways, but it is in the side streets, back alleys and unlikely spaces that Dublin fashion really thrives.
Stop any style conscious Dub on the street and you will find them sporting an eclectic mix of designer, vintage and second hand pieces. This heady mix of old, new and quirky is pretty representative of the diverse range of clobber on offer around the city.
Tamp and Stitch: Coffee and clothes in Temple Bar
To find unique designer labels and one-off statement pieces you don’t have to wander far from the beaten track, just a hop skip and a jump up the cobbled streets from Temple Bar lies the design hub/coffee shop wonder
Tamp and Stitch located near the hamlet for independent fashion, jewellery, graphic and interior designers that is Cow’s Lane.
Take a turn down any side street and the odds of stumbling across one of the city’s many vintage boutiques are pretty high-with odds doubling at the weekend when fleas and markets such as
The Ha’Penny Flea and the Dublin Flea Market are added to the mix.
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Indigo and Cloth, Project 51, Tahiti Vintage, The Harlequin, Jenny Vander, Sé Sí, Om Diva and Carousel are just some of the expertly curated designer and vintage boutiques that pepper the south side of the city. In these shops the hard graft of hunting down timeless gems has been done for you, but if you prefer to keep the thrill of the hunt for yourself then Capel Street on the north side of the city is a proverbial treasure trove of second-hand and charity shops.
For more information, and a handy illustrated guide to the best indie shops in Dublin check out our
Dublin Shopping Guide – Fashion map.
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