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8 vintage stores in Dublin all shopping addicts need to visit

So much pretty.

1. Nine Crows, Lower Ormond Quay

Nine Crows has ascended the retail ladder to become one of the most popular vintage stores in Dublin. Pop into their store or spend a few minutes on their website, and you’ll quickly see why. (Warning: you might do some damage to your bank account.)

2. Tahiti Vintage Dublin, George’s Arcade

Strolling through George’s Arcade? Nip into Tahiti Vintage and you never know what you might find.

3. Siopaella, Temple Bar

Siopaella, located in the heart of Temple Bar, doesn’t so much resemble a clothes shop as it does a treasure trove. Walk in there on a good day and you might just end up walking away with a vintage designer item for a fraction of its original price.

How bad?

4. Oxfam, George Street/South King Street

Both branches have a small, but consistently interesting selection of vintage items. Pop in, take a gander and who knows? You might unearth a gem.

5. Om Diva, Drury Street

Om Diva is (a) one of the prettiest and most inviting stores in Dublin and (b) home to some of the finest (and most reasonably priced) vintage clothes in the city.

Nip inside and we guarantee you’ll find yourself coveting everything in sight.

6. Tola Vintage, Temple Bar

If Rihanna lived in Dublin, she’d probably frequent Tola Vintage from time to time. For effortlessly cool casual clothes that look like they were taken straight from Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, look no further.

7. Lucy’s Lounge, Temple Bar

We think a Yelp reviewer described it best when they called Lucy’s Lounge “an Aladdin’s cave of treasure”. A celebration of everything that’s quirky, weird and wonderful, it’s a must-visit for anyone with a taste for vintage.

8. Dublin Vintage Factory, Smithfield

Located in Smithfield Square, Dublin Vintage Factory sells clothes at €20 per kilo.

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