It’s a pretty big world out there, and it’s no wonder that fashion and beauty brands are popping up everywhere.
From the trendy boutiques of the city to the quirky boutiques in rural areas, there’s always something new to discover in each city.
But there are some retailers who make it easy for shoppers to pick up a few new pieces, while others are a little more tricky.
With so many options, it’s difficult to narrow down the best places to shop.
So, we’ve compiled a list of our favourite boutique clothing stores in Dublin, so you can get the best bang for your buck while shopping for new clothes.
Buzzy boutique – (Dublin City) (Image: Simon Coghlan/Phototune) “I am Buzzy, and I want you to buy my clothes.”
The Buzzy Boutique is one of Dublin’s most well-known boutique retailers, and has been around since 2006.
The boutique is run by former fashion designer Simon Cooglan and his wife, Sarah, who opened it with the help of her husband’s fashion agency.
They have been able to sell their collection since 2007, and are currently working on a second season of their show.
Auto boutique -(Dubland) (Image : Simon Coghan/Photothis) “It’s the only one of us who doesn’t use a credit card”.
When it comes to shopping in Dublin’s fashion industry, it is the only place where you can pick up your favourite fashion items for under €50.
Auto is the brand that started it all.
“We wanted to do something different,” said Simon Coogan.
“We wanted something that we thought people would love.
We want to make our customers feel comfortable and safe shopping with us.
At Auto we want to help people be themselves, not just a fashionable piece of fashion.”
Kids boutique clothing -(Dún Laoghaire) (Image: Sean O’Connor) The Kids Boutique, which opened in 2011, is the latest addition to the Irish fashion scene.
It has become a staple of Dubliners for many years, but it has recently been making headlines for the rise in youth fashion.
Its flagship store is in The Loop, which has become Dublin’s favourite shopping centre, with many of the clothes being sold at the shop on the main road.
Shop at Buzzy – (Dublin) You could say that Buzzy is Dublin’s first boutique.
(Photo: Simon Cooper/Photobucket) Biz is a fashion brand run by Simon Cogan.
When the brand started, Simon Coigan wanted to make his own clothing.
Now, he’s had the opportunity to shop with the Buzzy brand.
It is the second-biggest fashion brand in Ireland, behind only MAC Cosmetics.
Birds of a feather: “The Buzzing Boutique sells everything from designer labels to streetwear.
They do all of the big label stuff like Louis Vuitton and Calvin Klein, and they do a great job of keeping everything fresh and modern.
I am delighted that they’ve got me in.”
“They sell everything from big label labels to kids stuff.
You can get clothes from Calvin Klein and Versace, but they also sell a range of streetwear stuff from New York, New York and London.
Their catalogue is huge, and that’s because they have a huge following of young girls who come to them for fashion.”
That’s where I go to buy clothes.” “
They have the biggest collection of clothing and accessories in Ireland.
That’s where I go to buy clothes.”
Shop for the latest in beauty products -(Hibernian) When you shop for makeup, hair, nails or even nail art online, you’re probably not going to get the perfect product, because there’s no way of knowing if it’s going to look good on you.
Hibernia is one boutique that has a really big customer base, and their latest cosmetics line, the Posh Pack, is one example.
Shop with your family in Dublin -(Central Coast) It’s a big city, and a great place to shop for a new pair of shoes or a new hairstyle.
Central Coast has a huge online presence with all the different brands.
Dressed up and dressed down: (Photothi) Dublin is home to some of the world’s best street fashion shops.
Dubland has been the home of the buzzy fashion and glamour, and even the new fashion and makeup.