Shopping Guide

Shopping Guide
  • Philanns This trendy ladies' boutique is the ideal store to head to if a little retail therapy is just what you need when visiting Skerries. Anne displays a gorgeous collection of high-end clothing and shoes and features brands such as Salsa Jeans and Street One.

    Address: Strand St, Skerries
    Phone: +353 1 849 1276
    Email: annemariedowling@yahoo.ie
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Philanns
  • Shankey for Men One of Skerries' best men's outfitters, Shankey is where you'll want to head to in case you've forgotten to pack that extra sweater or casual trouser.

    Address: 67 Strand St, Skerries
    Phone: +353 1 849 5149
  • Skerries FrameWorks Skerries is indeed a photogenic place and you'll no doubt go photo crazy when visiting. Need a frame while you're here? Don't wait till you get home! Pop into FrameWorks and let them do wonders with your pictorial creations.

    Address: 26 Church St, Skerries
    Phone: +353 1 8490228
    Email: skerriesframeworks@gmail.com
  • The Frock Exchange Skerries' pre-loved vintage shop is a feast for all the senses, especially if you like divine haute couture at ridiculously low prices! The shop has been operating since 2009 and has a cult-following which spreads all the way to Dublin. From Chanel, to Blanik and Miu Miu, this cosy boutique is a treasure trove for shopaholics. Louise, the owner-creator, does a fabulous job of updating followers on her Facebook page, so don't forget to check her out and "like" to receive news on the latest acquisitions.

    Address: 50 Thomas Hand St, Skerries
    Phone: +353 87 253 9632
    Email: louisehanlon1@yahoo.ie
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Frock-Exchange-Skerries/142042495833271
  • Whizz Kids Whizz is the town's premiere children's clothing stores and offers an extensive range for both boys and girls. Check out their stunning Holy Communion range.

    Address: Strand St, Skerries
    Phone: +353 1 849 1276
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WhizzKidsSkerries


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