Finally took the time to give it a chance yesterday with my friend and I'm so glad I did. Think Urban Outfitter's Renewal Section meets Topshop meets, the best part, cheap prices.
I had a kind of mid year resolution almost, to start buying things with more care and to stop buying tops that are over €30, because it's a blatant rip off - as lovely as the top may be.
It is a small shop but, unlike most clothes stores, the clothes were layed out perfectly and not in a jumbled mess and it was so easy to find things which is great for someone like me who can never find anything. And it may have just been me, but it was like there was a "Summer" rack, an "Autumn" and a "Winter" rack as it seemed like the clothes on each rack were suited to a certain time of the year, with the Summer rack full of chiffon, floral dresses, the Autumn with mustard yellows and Aran-knit cardies and the Winter rack with very dark colours, mostly black, and shimmer and glitter which, personally, remind me of the festivity of winter.
There were plenty of florals, knits and clothes that seemed much more expensive than they where. The staff were lovely and didn't get all up in your face when you were looking at things, which when you're terrified of people, that can be a problem.
The best thing I found was definitely a pair of black, biker boots for a, wait for it, amazing €19 which I'm tempted to return and make mine, I didn't want to leave without them!
I know there's one in Dun Laoighre too so if you live in Dublin do check it out.
Crop top I got for €9