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There's something for everyone online and the Buy My Dress concept proves just that as charity-shop lovers can browse through second-hand clothes on the site. The website was launched in and transformed Dun Laoghaire's Down Syndrome Centre's one-day annual fashion sale into a day bonanza.
It is Ireland's first online charity dress shop and is taking the country's population of charity-shop budget finders by storm. With over 47, followers on Facebook, dresses. The site has a huge selection of dresses, shoes, coats, jackets, maternity wear and sportswear. Prices vary throughout the selections. The website has a great feature on what the celebrities have worn on television, and how you can get the same look on the high street. A definite five stars from us. This is by no means the cheapest Irish online store but the selection of clothing hails it as one of the best.
Clothes for both men and women are available and the website features a 'Staff Picks' section which highlights the chosen fashion picks for the week. The women's swimwear section is a must to check out, the bikinis are pricey but the selection of colours could make having the credit card beside you dangerous.
Check out the 'Luxury Nautical Bikini' for a suitcase must-buy. Fashion Shed is an Irish website that sells both Irish and international labels. The website is professional and easy to navigate and features a wide selection of brands like Miss Sixty, Pepe Jeans, Superdry and Lispy.
Clothes for both men and women are available and there is a short feature section on gift ideas. The site's highlight for a daily user is their link to 'Girlie Deals', where limited deals on fashion and jewellery are offered.
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Meghan and Harry accused of making insensitive choice with pregnancy announcement. Catherine Keighery first opened Redlane in and the last 10 years has seen it become a go-to shop for great party dresses, pretty heels and more casual wear - labels here include French Connection, Desigual, The Pretty Dress Company and Darling.
Redlane was among the first Irish boutiques to go online in and last year it relaunched the website for an even easier online shopping experience. For women who want to pull out all the stops for a special occasion, but who don't want to spend a fortune, Cari's Closet in Malahide is the obvious solution.
Here you can hire designer dresses - labels include Self-Portrait, Jovani and Mischka Badgley but at a fraction of the usual retail price. It's not all about the renting as owner Lisa Duffy the boutique is named for her daughter Cari has more recently introduced more day-to-day fashion looks to buy. The shoe and boot collection here includes some great pieces.
As well as being superbly picturesque, Greystones is also a mecca for thriving boutiques, of which JuJu is a popular one. There's a lot of focus on stylish daywear and owner Juliette Ledwidge carries some great jeans lines including James and Goldsign. There's also an emphasis on knitwear, including Sian Jacobs and Johnstons cashmere, while accessories include scarves from Susannah Grogan and jewellery from Melissa Curry.
Brands new to JuJu in recent months are Italian label Mabrun, known for their duck-down filled coats, Transit, Vince and Yves Salomon accessories and coats. Such is the success of the original Seagreen in Monkstown that a second sister store opened in Ranelagh in Other covetable labels available here are Bella Freud, Joseph, Paul and Joe, and Paige jeans, and it's also a great place to pick up gifts and cult beauty scents like Escentric Molecule.
And while a lot of gym gear can be grim, the Bodyism range available here will inject an element of chic into your workout sessions. It's the go-to shop for many mothers-of-the-bride and those looking for statement occasion wear because of its international collection, which includes pieces from Diane Von Furstenberg, Red Valentino, Joseph Ribkoff and Roberto Cavalli, as well as Irish designers such as Heidi Higgins and Niamh O'Neill.
Since setting up shop in , proprietors Clodagh Roche and Laura Gallagher say that Muse continues to evolve. On-trend labels you'll wear forever. The sole men's boutique entry in this list, Nowhere isn't just a store, but also a wider project about men and culture, with a podcast, A Nowhere Man; an exploration of masculinity through the eyes of academics, artists, designers and more.
The store's concept is that the designer labels stocked are a new approach to the masculine aesthetic, being forward-looking, thoughtful and fun, and labels here include Marni, APC, Craig Green and Christopher Raeburn as well as exclusive footwear brands like Adidas Consortium and Eytys.
Classic style at affordable prices is what this Killarney store is about, offering a range of designer and fashion styles for all ages and where the motto is 'Good quality, right price'.
In business since , it's a family-run affair owned by mother and daughter Yvonne and Maureen Aherne and managed by niece Shirley Mahony, all of whom have years of experience in the retail sector.
They also try to keep as many Irish brands in store as possible. This concept boutique, which was opened for business in by Niamh McCoy, has rapidly established a name for itself as a purveyor of edgy and interesting labels. Gallery 9 is also the only Irish stockist of the Austrian shoe label Puro, which combine cutting edge technology with amazing design. The boutique doesn't have an online store at present but is hoping to launch that in the near future.
There's nothing like the pressure of finding the right outfit for a wedding or formal social occasion and at Jennys Boutique in Ashbourne and Dunshaughlin, they understand this.
Offering sizes from and with brands such as Marella, Basler and Marc Cain, the collections combine elegance, style and practicality. On the Dunshaughlin boutique's second floor customers have a private setting where staff can help them find an outfit suitable for them, with co-ordinating accessories, and alterations are offered as part of the service.
Aimed at the fashion-conscious woman who likes to be classical but with a twist, Kimono has established itself as one of the most interesting boutiques in the south west of Ireland, since its opening in The store is an intimate place, with a French boudoir-style décor and owner Ailish Mullane is on a constant quest to find up-and-coming labels.
Now eight years in business, Kabuki in Carrick-on-Shannon serves the sartorial needs of the something as it does the more mature customer. Louise Merrick, the owner, tries to source brands that are hard to find in Ireland, if not exclusive.
The smart-casual customer, who wants something to take them from work to the school gates or dinner with friends can look to Cocoa Cashmere, Ella Luna and Marc Caurel. Folkster has become one of the biggest independent retail successes of recent times, thanks to the great eye of owner, stylist Blanaid Hennessy and her buying team.
The boutique mixes up contemporary and vintage fashion, as well as interiors, to great effect and it's somewhere you're as likely to pick up the perfect bridesmaid's dress as you would a restyled leather jacket.
What was meant to be a pop-up on Dublin's Eustace Street will now be staying on for a while longer and the Kilkenny store also includes Folkster Bridal, stocking designs by Don O'Neill, and the Folkster Kilo Sale Shop where you pay by the weight and not the price tag. Flattering occasion wear, charming boho pieces and all-round coolness. Caitlin McBride Meghan Markle paid tribute to her late mother-in-law Princess Diana by wearing some of her beloved jewellery in her first appearance since announcing her pregnancy.
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