Need to update your wardrobe but low on cash? Heres the definitive guide of where to
go in Dublin.....
Fabulous new vintage shop in Temple lane south, Temple bar
Follow the blog http://shotsyvintage.tumblr.com/ask
or check them out on www.twitter.com/shotsy
Located in the centre of temple bar, Lucy's lounge is a myriad
of treasures and curiosities. For a preview of whats on offer check
out the blog http://lucyslounge-dee.blogspot.com/
Vintage boutique on Wicklow street. Check out their website
Vintage boutique and sewing academy on Drury Street.
Browse their vintage clothing or learn to update your
existing wardrobe at their sewing classes. Library diva
loved the 'sip and stitch' course and the 'learn to love your
machine' workshops. Check om diva out on Facebook.
Located on Drury street this granny's attic of a shop has everything from Hats to shoes,
Dresses to trousers from the 1920's to the 1990's.
Georges street arcade. Cute as a button clothes and accessories. This relatively new boutique
stocks Irish designers such as Chupi. Look Beaux bows up on facebook.
Georges Street, this branch of Oxfam holds quality vintage apperal at rock down
prices. Brides to be should take a look at their wedding collection.
Located on George's Street, this shop boasts the best dressed window on the
charity shop circuit.
Rathmines. Heaving with clothes and curiosity's. Library diva picked up a bargain tent
for 8 euro. Bargaintastic.
Green with Envy:
Rathmines. Vintage and Art exchange store in Ranelagh.
A relative newcomer to the vintage and art scene. The shop is run
by the lovely and talented margaret who has made the beautiful painting in the
store. Definitely worth popping in for a browse.
To make some money out of your unwanted clothes, check out
De Ja Vu
Ranelagh village. New and gently worn designer swap shop.
This shop is run by the lovely Mary McNulty who has a good eye for
what suits the customer.
Library diva recommends engaging in some friendly haggling.