Vintage stores in Dublin all shopping addicts need to visit

The capital of Ireland is bursting with shopping options. It treasures many small shops for all styles in addition to the main international brands. If you feel a bit lost with all these shops and are looking for a vintage touch to your dressing, let us give you a selection of shop:

Nine Crows

Throwback to when we had this gorgeous gal @aha.j in with us! 🖤 We've got so many more amazing faux fur jackets coming soon and super cute berets too! 👏🏼 In the meantime, get onto our new in cos todays new arrivals are 2GOOD 🔥 www.shopninecrows.com 📸 : @deanryanmcdaid_

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Located in Ormond Quay it has become one of the most popular vintage stores in Dublin. Have a look on their website and Instagram account to see yourself! There are great deals ahead, and vendors will always be happy to help you in your pursuit of the hidden gem.

Tahiti Vintage

With all these cute patterns to choose from you'd be an absolute knit-wit not to call in and pick up a new jumper today! #vintage #jumpers #aranjumper

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If you are strolling through George’s Arcade hop into Tahiti Vintage. This is the newest vintage clothes shop in Dublin and it offers many jumpers, shirts, coats, hats and bags.

Siopaella

A little bit in love with this monochrome Chanel ✨ A classic with a fresh twist! Shop this along with the rest of our Chanel collection online or from our Wicklow Street store ❤️ Also we're currently working on the next secret drop feat a whole host of wish list items! Make sure and sign up to Ella's Edits online so as not to miss out x

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Situated in Temple Bar this shop is a treasure trove. It offers designer items at an attractive price. Again, have a look at their website and Instagram account, who knows, you might find your next designer handbag.

Om Diva

Another bonkers, fun day in the shop today with fabulous Saturday Divas @mayabrischle @romcvague @frey.freyxx Absolute dream team…And here are more beautiful divas @gracefomahony and @yomikochen from @1stoptionmodels Thankyou @julesmodelagent for your effervescence and laughter 💕 and @clydecarroll for the show of the century last night #dublintown #dublin #fashion #divasforever #omdivaboutique

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Om Diva is probably one of the prettiest shops in Dublin. An electric decoration with carefully chosen Irish designed clothes makes this place so unique and inviting. Staff is lovely too and we guarantee you will find something if you go inside.

Tola Vintage

Fab customer pic from @this_is_kiri 😎 #tolavintage

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This is a wonderful place for cool casual clothes. Located in the cultural quarter of Dublin: Temple Bar, it is focused on 80’s & 90’s fashion with supplies coming from the UK and America.

Lucy’s Lounge

Tartan and velvet. The perfect combination. It magically works to make Autumn days more warmer. #vintage #vintagefashion #vintagestyle #vintagestore @sarafiloni @elma.fenton

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Also located in Temple Bar, Lucy’s Lounge is an Aladdin’s cave. It treasures many quirky pieces and celebrates everything that’s weird and wonderful. A must visit for vintage lovers.

Dublin Vintage Factory

Sorting all of the flannel In the warehouse today for the shop floor! big order due the Friday for all your autumn needs 🍁🍁🍁#vintage #dublin #galway #cork #dublinvintage #kilowarehouse #kilo #dublinvintagefactory #kilosale #€20perkilo #lovevintage #smithfield #nofilter

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Our last address is located in Smithfield Square and sells clothes at €20 per kilo… What should we say more about it…challenge accepted?

Montclare hotel in Dublin is located in the heart of the city centre, so it is a great place to start your shopping day. So have a look at the availability of our bedrooms on our website and plan your next vintage clothes hunt in Dublin.

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