Casual And Formalwear Aren't A Problem For Men in Dublin

The market for men’s clothing in Dublin is still floating somewhere between the classic fitted suits and tailors that one might expect of menswear and more up and coming, contemporary offerings that mirror the sort of thing you might find on the continent. While a lot of Dubliners will think immediately of family businesses such as Louis Copeland and Sons, Diffney's menswear and Kevin and Howlin as some of the stalwart tailors of the city there are more and more modern outfitters coming on the scene.

For trendy menswear and quality footwear head to Genius at the Powerscourt Centre. For quirky and interesting pieces accompanied by delicious coffee, seek out Tamp & Stitch in the west end of Temple Bar. Modern menswear in Dublin is best seen in the excellent Indigo & Cloth, with plenty of exciting European and international brands. For the luxury department store experience that so many shoppers crave head over to Ireland's flagship department store Brown Thomas, or its younger counterpart BT2. For a shopping centre that doesn't quite fit the mould make time for the Powerscourt Centre which has offerings from All Saints and French Connection in beautiful Georgian surroundings with plenty of places to stop off for a coffee or a bite to eat.

Louis Copeland and Sons


Louis Copeland and Sons have been providing quality tailoring and outfitting to Dubliners for over 100 years. Today the business is run but third generation family members and the business counts Ronald Regan, Pierce Brosnan and Bill Clinton...  Read More

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Powerscourt Centre


For the best all-around shopping experience in Dublin, visit this refurbished 1774 Georgian town house for designer fashions, dining, music, crafts, jewelry, art and specialty shops. For men's shopping there are several great options such as...  Read More



Diffney menswear is a business that has been growing and evolving over 60 years to now offer a full range of menswear in several locations across the city. The main headquarters on Mary Street, Dublin 1 represent the city centre location....  Read More

Brown Thomas


Brown Thomas is synonymous with luxury shopping in Dublin and this department store offers the Irish version of Selfridges; an upmarket mix of prêt-à-porter and haute couture clothing, accessories and cosmetics. The sister shop, BT2 is located...  Read More



Thomas Pink's legacy dates back to the 18th century and this popular tailor is now representative of great style and tailored shirts around the world. The Dublin branch of Pink lies on Dawson Street and caters to men and women alike with a...  Read More



Genius is synonymous with young, trendy men looking for well-fitting denim, practical jackets, great t-shirts and knitwear as well as stylish footwear. Stocking brands such as Diesel, G-Star, Replay and Scotch and Soda you'll find upmarket...  Read More

Dublin 2


The sister establishment to Ireland's most famous department store, Brown Thomas, BT2 caters for a younger designer audience and has plenty of exciting, high-end looks. With brands on offer like Scotch and Soda, Levi's, Diesel, Penguin and...  Read More



Nestled away off Cow's Lane in Temple Bar, Tamp & Stitch brings together great coffee and quirky, designer pieces for men, women and children. While the set up - minimal stock, high end coffee and well designed displays - might infer that...  Read More



Indigo & Cloth is at the forefront of Men's fashion in Dublin. Having recently moved from its basement premises on South William Street to the heart of Temple Bar, this shop has evolved from not only the best place to get some of Europe's...  Read More



Creating perfectly tailored suits and clothing for Dublin men since 1936, Kevin and Howlin are one of the top purveyors of handwoven tweed in the country and have expert knowledge in the fabric. Whether you're looking to get fitted with your...  Read More


Meet Emily Carson

Emily grew up in Dublin, and studied French and English Literature at the University of Edinburgh. During her university years, she lived in both Scotland and France, but traveled around Europe...  More About Emily