Thanks! I'm not sure how much use I'll have for a tweed suit in Atlanta, but I do travel to colder areas occasionally. :icon_smile:Kevin and Howlin on Nassau St. is good for tweeds and it's not an overly touristy store. You can buy tweeds by the yard but you have to buy 8 yards to make a suit. The Irish Neiman Marcus is called Brown Thomas on Grafton St.
Then that means more money for whiskey. :icon_smile: And more time for sightseeing.Honestly, and Bord Fáilte (Irish Tourist Board) aren't going to be happy with me for saying it, Dublin really isn't a great place to shop. It's overly expensive and has a very limited range. For tweeds you might do ok but outside that I'd save your cash.
Thanks! I will have to check these out.I assume you are specifically interested in shopping for clothing. But I can't pass up offering a couple of non-clothing suggestions. For some really cool (if admittedly expensive) Irish-made pottery from different studios around the country, try the Kilkenny shop on Nassau St.
Also, if you like Irish Whiskey or know someone who does, Mitchell & Son's on Kildare St. have a proprietary brand called Green Spot (made for them by Jameson, but available practically nowhere else, not even in the airport Duty Free). Also not cheap, but quite an enjoyable whiskey...