A much-loved boutique is back with heaps of vintage dresses for two pop-up shops
The shop was a vintage fashionista’s dream.
But although Brocade and Lime on the Coal Quay closed its doors four years ago (it has since been transformed from clothing boutique to boutique Airbnb) the much-loved store is giving its fans one last treat.
Owner Emma Ahern has announced two pop-up shops where customers can get their hands on ex-stock, some vintage pieces, some gently worn items, and trial labels.
All dresses (there are about 90 in total) will be priced to clear from €10-€70, with daywear, occasion wear, jumpsuits, and shoes in the mix too.
The pop-up shop will open in the renovated Victorian townhouse on the far end of Cornmarket Street on Sunday, May 1st from 12pm until 4pm and again on Monday, May 2nd if there is any stock leftover.
View this post on Instagram
“Full disclosure; In storage for four years so may need a dry clean.” Emma shared on Facebook.
Sounds like a good deal for a bargain gúna, says us.