Shopping Irish owned in Dublin this St.Patricks Weekend
- Tue, 13 Mar 2018
It’s St Patrick’s weekend and we are shopping Irish owned in #DublinTown.
When you are in town this weekend, make sure you check out all the great Irish-owned shops out there. There are so many places to choose from, so we have put together a list of all the best places to shop Irish this St. Patrick’s weekend.
If you are looking for gifts, souvenirs, homeware or fashion, Carroll’s Irish Gifts are home to all and more. They stock various brands such as Guinness, Aran Woollen Mills, Tipperary Crystal and Butlers.
Dunnes Stores is one of the most well known retail chains in Ireland, selling quality assured food, contemporary clothing and stylish homeware. It is a family run, privately owned Irish business. There’s no better place for better Irish value!
Looking to update your handbag collection or event trade in your old designer bag? Then you need to pay a visit to Designer Exchange located on Dawson Street and Exchequer Street. Here you can shop brands from Mulberry, Berberry, Chanel, Miu Miu and more.
Located on Dury Street, Irish Designer Shop is filled with beautiful traditional & modern Irish handicrafts, gifts, jewellery and homeware. The store is run by two jewellers that promote the work of some of Irelands most exciting design makers.
Celtic Spirit is a family run business located in St.Stephens Green Shopping centre, they offer beautiful jewellery of excellent quality and competitive prices. The jewellery that they have to include a wide range of both Silver and Gold.
The Donegal Shop is 100% independently owned and is a family run business. They specialize in Irish made products, especially with Irish wool, Knitwear and tweeds. They cater to Men, women and children and also have a range of jewellery and Art.
Aran Sweater Market provide quality Aran sweaters that are of the highest quality. There is a long-standing history of The Aran Sweater Market and they are one of the country’s leading suppliers of Authentic Aran Knitwear. They cater for men women and children as well as House and Home.
Perfectly nestled in the Creative Quarter, Om Diva is all about Irish Fashion. From funky outfits to vintage pieces, this shop is every fashionista’s treasure trove.
Founded over 20 years ago, The Design Centre is a forum in which both upcoming and established designers can showcase their clothes. Located in the Powerscourt Shopping Centre The Design Centre offers a unique shopping experience and is definitely the place to go if you are looing for a one off piece for a special occasion. It is a must see for all fashion love