Where to Buy Ethical & Sustainable Fashion in Dublin, Ireland

While in Dublin, I had time to take Cat's fashion walking tour to learn more about Irish designers. She introduced me most of these shops, which I probably wouldn't have found on my own.

The centre of Dublin is condensed and most of these shops are close to each other. Cat's walking tour will take you to more stores, but these my favourites.


Om Diva

27 Drury St, Dublin 2
+353 1 679 1211

If you're going to visit one clothing shop in Dublin, visit this one. Eclectic pieces by emerging local designers and colourful curated vintage span five floors.

Lucy’s Lounge

11 Fownes Street, Dublin 2
+353 1 677 4779

You'll find colourful pieces form different eras in this vibrant basement vintage shop. It reminds me of the eclectic stores in Kensington Market in Toronto, but maybe even more extra.

Powerscourt Townhouse Centre

59 William St S, Dublin 2
+353 1 551 0352

The Powercourt Centre is a really cool open space shopping centre with fashion stores and restaurants. Not everything is in the mall is ethical, but I did notice a lot of local and European brands stocked on the top floor, around where Chupi, a local jewelry brand, is stocked.

Kevin and Howlin

31 Nassau Street, Dublin 2
+353 1 6334576

If you love tweed, you'll be in heaven here. It's delightfully overwhelming with every colour and pattern imaginable. If I didn't already own two tweed jackets, I would seriously consider investing in one here. It'll last forever. Kevin and Howlin have been in business since 1936, stocking the finest Donegal handwoven tweed in Ireland. I did end up buying a merino wool check scarf similar to something Burberry would make for less than 30 euros.

Read my eco travel guide for Dublin.

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