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Vintage Shops to Get Pre-Loved Stock in Dublin City

  • Fri, 28 Feb 2020

Dublin City is home to some amazing vintage shops where you can get all your pre-loved attire.

If these pre-loved, vintage and up-cycled items could tell a story there would be some interested tales told. Why not start your own story with them and go buying some unique vintage pieces from one of these great vintage shops located in Dublin Town.

The city is filled with stores that have all these things making it a treasure trove for unique finds. If you’re not familiar with all of them, here are a few we think you should visit the next time you’re in the city centre.


Retro can be found in Georges Street Arcade selling a Selection of vintage-inspired pieces and unique indie fashion. They sell 1940s and 1950s swing dresses, corsets, band and horror print t-shirts, petticoats, accessories of all types, top hats and more.


Jenny Vander does both vintage clothing and antique jewellery. They have 10 large cabinets with the most incredible pieces and rails of amazing clothes. Based on Dury Street its home to some stunning pieces. If you are looking for something that is one of a kind, a special buy, this is the place to visit!


pic @omdivaboutique instagram

Om Diva have a mix of both vintage and contemporary fashion, in the basement of their store they have a vintage section. They are located on Drury Street and started with only a stall in Georges Street Arcade and now have an entire shop of four floors dedicated to fashion, accessories and lots of goodies.


Located beside Cineworld on Parnell Street, Monto is constantly adding to its collection of vintage and designer clothes for both men and women. You can find genuine Hawaiian-made shirts for men, and clothes for women from various designers.


Pic: Jean Cronin Facebook

Jean Cronin is located in the Powerscourt Centre on South William St. It has contemporary and Vintage Fashion in store with some stunning pieces. They also have jewellery and accessories.

Just like the city itself you’ll be surprised by what you can find. If you do find a unique find, let us know by using #DublinTown