This is Nowhere

Simmering under the surface of Nowhere is a level of calm and tranquility; a whirlpool of cool that you just don't see in many places in Dublin. Nowhere is now here...

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Last week, I had my fortnightly photo shoot at Nowhere alongside fellow blogger Lawson over at Lawsofstyle. I've always loved the look and layout of Nowhere since I first came across it on Aungier Street sometime last year. The store really stands out firstly because of its location; I found it a bit odd that a store selling such exclusive brands would set up camp on a street known for its universities, restaurants and churches (I know right) but somehow it works; it's like an oasis that you just kind of gravitate towards.

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One of my favorite things about the store is the way the space is used; there are two rails on both sides of the store that somehow hold pretty much all the stock but no, the rails are not overflowing with items; they are remarkably easy to shop.  There is this feeling of expensive taste in the store and to be honest, the clothes are a little pricey but justifiably so. The store carries exclusive lines such as KTZ, Matthew Miller and others which you'll be happy to fork over tidy sums for (well I would anyway)...

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While there are vast empty spaces to walk around in store, it is important to note that every inch of the store is functional. There is storage hidden everywhere; from the beautiful leather bench to the ornately carved tills and the stately fitting rooms. This all adds to the luxury quality of the brand.

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 That's a wrap folks!!! 

That's a wrap folks!!! 

Some say there is a Scandinavian feel to the place but the owners are keen to stress that it is actually a distinctly Irish and Dublin quality that they were going for; Nowhere symbolizes the Irishman of today: straight up, confident, creative and cool in his own way. I'm inclined to agree and while my wallet is not, it doesn't have a say I the matter! 

I am Timi