Best Menswear Shops in Ireland

So often put in second-rate alternatives, men’s fashion is now getting noticed and is evident on the bustling street in Dublin. A new wave of stylish menswear shops have sprung up and are partnering with reputable family-owned businesses that have been providing clothing to Irish males for generations. We’re overwhelmed by the options, so we’ve created this list of top stores to purchase menswear at the local market.

Louis Copeland and Sons

Since its founding at the year 1933, the master tailor and supplier of fine suits has outfitted every person starting from Hollywood actors such as Pierce Brosnan and Kevin Spacey up to the two American Presidents: Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton. Today, the company is owned by the 3rd generation Copeland Family They now have five shops across the city, and all of them sell luxurious, casual wear and casual clothes for men.

Louis Copeland and Sons, 41 Capel St, Dublin 1, Ireland, +353 1 872 0055Darren Kennedy for Louis Copeland (c)Daniel Holfield, via Louis Copeland/Flickr


The Nowhere is a modern menswear shop that is determined to challenge the norm. In a bid to be at the forefront of international male fashion, they’re bringing the latest and most creative styles from the runway for the men of Dublin. Through this they aim not just to give Irish males with a greater choice of options, but also to challenge conventional notions of masculinity. They even host”A Nowhere Man,” An Unknown Man podcast, where they talk about ideas about masculinity and their culture.

Nowhere, 65 Aungier St, Dublin 2, Ireland, +353 1 607 8983

Nowhere, Dublin | (c) Babs Daly/Courtesy of Nowhere, Dublin

Thomas Pink

Named for the 18th-century Mayfair tailor who created one of the first coats for hunting, a premium British brand of shirts Thomas Pink has flagship stores located in London, New York and Paris. Their Dublin store is located in Dawson Street, stocking superior high-end men’s dress shirts as well as ties, and knitwear.

Thomas Pink, 29 Dawson St, Dublin 2, Ireland, +353 1 670 3720

Indigo & Cloth

Indigo & Cloth Indigo and Cloth menswear store and lifestyle store along with a cafe, trading studio and trading has been bringing high-end fashion in the Dublin’s Temple Bar area since its opening in 2007. Along with providing the brand identity for Boutique Dean Hotel and other hotels and curating a carefully curated collection of men’s clothes that include items like Gitman Vintage shirts as well as classic Levi’s jeans and Nordic Sandqvist bags. Their customers are able to be different from the rest in the most appealing way.

Indigo & Cloth, 9 Essex St E, Temple Bar, Co. Dublin 2, Ireland, +353 1 670 6403


A second family-owned, independent menswear shop, Genius, located on the ground floor in the historical Powerscourt Townhouse Centre is famous for carrying the largest selection of boots, jeans, and leather. Find labels here like Diesel, Replay and Red Wing.

Genius, 6a, Clarendon St, Dublin 2, Ireland, +353 1 679 7851


Add to Plan Dublin’s longest-running and largest department store, Arnotts Alongside its more luxurious counterpart on the south side. Brown Thomas It is an integral part of the Selfridges group since. The vast menswear department of Selfridges includes boutiques that carry classic brands such as Armani, Calvin Klein, Lacoste, Ted Baker and Tommy Hilfiger. More information is Open in Google Maps 12 Henry Street, North City, Dublin 1, County Dublin D01 C3Y9 Ireland+35318050400V

Tamp & Stitch

Part clothing store, and part boutique cafe, Tamp & Stitch provides roasts made by the customer independently coffee along with the kinds of clothes that you can’t find elsewhere inside the cities. Get a boost of caffeine while looking over the rails. Expect comfortable cotton shirts with unique original designs.

Tamp & Stitch, Scarlet Row, Essex Street West, Dublin 2, Ireland, +353 1 515 4705

B. Lynch & Sons

Established in 1932, B. Lynch & Sons is an authentic family-owned company that believes that the customer always has the right. Their personal, personalized service stands out from the mass-market chains that line the main streets and their focus on particulars means that their products are much higher standard, meaning they will last.

B. Lynch & Sons, 62 Camden Street Lower, Dublin 2, Ireland, +353 1 475 1642

By Cary Grant

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