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PERSONALISE IT!

PERSONALISE IT!

by Dara Leather April 01, 2019

Marking, stamping or engraving a purchase is just one of the added benefits of buying through boutique e-commerce stores

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Luke and Maggie from 2 Wild Geese Irish Design Shop

2 Wild Geese - A New ‘Irish Made’ Experience

by Caitriona Leather February 01, 2019

The repercussions for buying locally extend far and deep, bolstering the communities in which we live, often in unseen ways..

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Tame Those Unruly Shirt Collars

Tame Those Unruly Shirt Collars

by Dara Leather January 01, 2019

With our new Irish oak collar stays we're going old school, yes, back to basics.

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Caitriona from Fiain looking at products for sale in Tree Bark Store, Moycullen.

Tree Bark Store, Moycullen, Co.Galway.

by Dara Leather December 01, 2018 1 Comment

Tree Bark Store facilitates Jeff & Yvonne's vision of combining three passions in one: Coffee + Retail + Photography...

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Tweed Glorious Tweed!

Tweed Glorious Tweed!

by Dara Leather May 01, 2018 1 Comment

When it came to selecting the fabric to use on our wooden bow ties, it really was a no-brainer...

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How a Groom Can Dress With Charisma

How a Groom Can Dress With Charisma

by Dara Leather April 01, 2018

Weddings are a great occasion for you gents to dress with a little more charisma...

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Anatomy of a Perfect Wooden Bow Tie

Anatomy of a Perfect Wooden Bow Tie

by Dara Leather March 01, 2018

In our ever so humble opinion, the perfect wooden bow tie consists of several key features...

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How to Adjust a Fiáin Wooden Bowtie

How to Adjust a Fiáin Wooden Bowtie

by Caitriona Leather February 01, 2018

So, let's get down to it, how do you adjust a tweed necktie to suit your neck size?

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Irish Grown Oak Tells a Story

Irish Grown Oak Tells a Story

by Dara Leather January 01, 2018

Irish grown oak tells a story all of it's own, sometimes going back a century or so. Each tree has...

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