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For the most expensive shopping in the world, Grafton Street in Dublin, Ireland is the place to visit. Grafton Street is home to one of the world’s leading jewlery designers, Tiffany & Co. Tiffany & Co. was recently added to the Brown Thomas department store in 2008.

Burberry is another top luxury store located in Dublin. At Burberry, women can find top luxury perfumes, handbags, and scarves. This store also sells a few pieces of apparel as well. This store is located at 88/95 Grafton Street, along with stores like Louis Vuitton and Chanel. Louis Vuitton is one of the world’s leading designers of leather handbags and travel gear. At Chanel, one can also find world-class leather handbags. The Chanel logo is known around the world as a sign of affluence, wealth, and power. Visiting 88/95 Grafton Street is a must for the woman who loves high class shopping areas and areas filled with socialites.

To find some luxurious timepieces and watches, OMEGA offers an array of choices. OMEGA is also located at 88/95 Grafton Street. Right next to OMEGA, one can find the UGG boots store. UGG is the leading maker of wool boots in the world.

At 88/95 Grafton Street, one must also be sure to visit Brown Thomas. Brown Thomas is a department store specializing in the sale of home goods, fashion, jewelry, and makeup. Brown Thomas offers the leading luxurious shopping experience in Dublin. It is without a doubt the grandest store that Ireland has to offer.

If you are looking to visit Dublin to do some luxury shopping, why not stay in one of the best luxury hotels in Dublin including The Westbury Hotel,  one of The Doyle Collections’s 5 star hotels on Dublin’s Grafton St.

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