Helen Cody's experience in the world of fashion spans almost 3 decades. Specialising in beautifully crafted, hand made, unique, or limited edition pieces, often taking many months to complete, using only the finest Italian, and French silks, organza's, Cashmere and laces.
A brand new shop that has opened on Drury Street, housing up-and-coming Irish designers. The Collective is a treasure trove of style in the heart of Dublin.
Tamp & Stitch is a café and clothing boutique. Located in Essex st west in the Old Town of Temple Bar, at the heart of historic Dublin City centre.
One of Ireland's finest producers of sausages, rashers, puddings, burgers and sauces.
Ted Johnsons is a successful family run hardware store setup in 1966 in the heart of Naas!
Supplying products to the Painting & Decorating Industry and Public for decades.
STABLE of Ireland providing unique Irish linen and wool scarves, blankets and home textiles.
A Trade Retail outlet of professional power tool and accessories to the trade based in Rosemount Business Park, Drinagh, Wexford.
Ireland's Number One Camera Shop. For the best advice on a huge range of Digital Cameras and SLR Cameras, Cameras Lenses, Cameras Accessories, Video Cameras, Binoculars or Telescopes shop with Conns Cameras.
Design Centre has a selection of established Irish & International fashion designers to wear something special for all occasions
Lyon Loring is a quirky store that specialises in beloved vintage mix match finds and bespoke gifts for you & your home.
Mooz is a gourmet artisan shop selling authentic Italian food & drink in the heart of Stoneybatter, along with daily lunches & Italian coffee.
Gift shopping can be a pain if you’re not sure what to buy for that special someone. Thankfully as a large city Dublin offers a healthy shopping scene for you to explore. There is a large choice of gifts with a traditional Irish theme including Irish clothing design, jewellery, crystal and other souvenirs.
Ireland is home to many brands, most of which are available through retailers, or some times direct from the manufacturer. As well as offering all of the major high street retail stores, Dublin also has plenty of small locally owned businesses where you will find more unique presents that could make the perfect gift.
If you really want to make an impression then maybe you should consider an experience gift. You can purchase full-day experiences in a range of locations. Whether the recipient would enjoy an adventure day full of activity, or a full day spent relaxing at a top class spa, there’s something for everyone.
The type of gift you are after will often be dependent on many factors, from your budget to the occasion. Some gift shops specialise in certain occasions, such as birthday gifts or wedding gifts. Other will offer a much broader selection for every type of special occasion conceivable. Getting a personalised gift can be a great way to make your present that bit more special. Many still rely on the old tradition of flowers for their loved one, and florists now offer a range of gifts to accompany your bouquet of flowers. Teddy bears, chocolates and champagne can all be added.
An accessories shop can come in many forms. There is the retail option that tends to focus on fashion and style accessories. You also might also look in an accessories shop for your pet supplies, or your home and garden accessories. The home and garden accessories sector is a huge market.
You may need a DIY accessories shop if you are performing any work on your house. Many of them will stock a full range of useful building supplies and tools. Some will even stock protective clothing and power tolls. When you’re shopping for paint, timber, door furniture, clothing, plumbing, electrical goods, garden, boating and flooring you should try one of Dublin’s experienced and helpful home DIY stores.
An automotive accessories shop is another common market, although some DIY home stores will also stock most of the basic maintenance items for vehicles. For more specific car accessories and after market tuning you will need a specialist car accessories shop. Some auto stores specialise in a single aspect of motoring accessories, such as audio accessories or security accessories.
Many sports also have an accessories shop dedicated to your favourite pastime. More general sports shops will stock football accessories and general sporting equipment and clothes, but several hobbies have an accessories shop dedicated to just them. Whatever type of accessory shop you need there will be something for you in Dublin.