#1

Just wanted to share something with you all!!Anyone paid a visit yet? Went there yesterday and it was retail heaven. Would definitley recommend a visit. Make sure to go to first floor though! Selection on ground floor is really limited, but shoes, bags, watches and belts on 1st floor are amazing!!!!

Oobie Registered User
#2

Guess bags in Ireland (BT) are disgustingly overpriced compared to Guess in America which is a bit like River Island or Oasis. Is the new Guess shop any better or are prices just as inflated??

JustCoz Registered User
#3

Brilliant! I love Guess, the bags are amazing. What are the prices like?

#4

I have 4 of their bags and 3 pairs of shoes, purchased all of them in South of France when I go to visit my folks where prices are substantially cheaper, roughly about 30%. So yes, the Dublin store is expensive but my philosophy would be that every girl deserves a treat and it's definitley worth a visit when one's spirits needs lifting

rainglow Registered User
#5

Guess have had Anna Nicole Smith and Paris Hilton as their spokesmodels in recent years - perfect for the LA trash look that you can get by wearing their clothes!

That said, the accessories are great. Love the watches.

fabcat Registered User
#6

Must go in, I was in their wholesale shop in Vegas and the stuff was great. The bags are amazing.

Scraggs Registered User
#7

Thats so weird..I was gonna start a thread the other day lookin for GUESS stockists! Thanks for saving me the trouble!

compsys Registered User
#8

It's closed now. Pity. Dublin, and in particular the Grafton Street area, could do with more up-market, branded clothing stores like Guess..

Raekwon Registered User
#9

compsys said:
It's closed now. Pity. Dublin, and in particular the Grafton Street area, could do with more up-market, branded clothing stores like Guess..


+ 1.

Less of the Jack & Jones and Next type stores and more of the 'real' Diesel and Replay type stores.

Pythia Registered User
#10

compsys said:
It's closed now. Pity. Dublin, and in particular the Grafton Street area, could do with more up-market, branded clothing stores like Guess..


That's a pity but it was always empty. I was just in America and the selection was so much better than what we get here (and the prices were a lot better too!).

sitstill Registered User
#11

When did it close down?

macy9 Registered User
#12

sitstill said:
When did it close down?


Probably because Arnotts stock a larger range of their handbags than Guess' own store and in some cases were even cheaper. Or maybe it was just the recession.

Personally i found the Guess store a bit off-putting.

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