Folkster has announced that they're returning to Dundrum Shopping Centre to open up a pop-up shop for the Christmas shopping period. The opening will kick off with a private bridal sale on October 3 - 4.
Following the success of their pop-up shop last year, Irish owned Folkster have announced that they are once again opening a three-storey pop-up shop in Dundrum Town Centre next month.
Owned by Irish designer and stylist, Blanaid Hennessy, the chain which has stores in Temple Bar, Dublin and Patrick Street, Kilkenny announced the exciting new edition which will be landing very shortly. From divine sequin party dresses to beautiful bridal wear and even homeware, Folkster is a one-stop-shop where you'll find everything for your Christmas party to your best friend's wedding.
The store will open beside Harvey Nichols, where Urban Outfitters used to be and will include its own gown room and a dedicated Christmas floor. As well as that you can expect to find all their latest party and daywear collections. What's more, the Folkster team are now offering the ultimate VIP experience with in-store personal stylists to help you find the perfect look for any occasion.
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To celebrate their return, Folkster is hosting a private bridal sale on October 3 - 4 followed by an official opening on October 8.
Two floors of clothing, gifts and Christmas decor will be open seven days a week to walk-in customers. However, for those looking to get a peek at the bridesmaid collection on the third floor, or for those who want the VIP experience of a personal stylist, Folkster is asking customers to book their appointment through their website www.folkster.com.
Speaking on the news, Hennessy said:
We are thrilled to be returning to Dundrum Town Centre for our Christmas superstore. We feel fortunate and excited to be creating a magical store for our customers, filled to the brim with Folkster's Winter fashion, home, gifts, and toys.
The store will officially open on Thursday, October 8 at 9 am.
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