Galvin for Men

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Not unlike Hervia, Galvin for Men for Men is another exclusive boutique that’s expanding into the digital marketplace after gaining great commercial success offline.

Founded by John Galvin in 1950 in Ireland, Galvin for Men‘s business has outgrown its little boutique from the early years – it was then moved to the current location in Mullingar in 1969, followed by a major renovation in 1999 by the son and also the-then owner, Paul Galvin.

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Niall Horan Galvin For Men Ireland Galvin For MenCandid: One Direction’s Niall Horan at Galvin for Men store (I didn’t actually know he’s from Ireland)

As one of the top men’s fashion emporium in Ireland, Galvin for Men offers premium brands as well as accessible labels.

The online store was established in 2011, and it features a smaller collection compared to the physical store (in my opinion) yet still offers some of the most popular international labels, as well as local British brands with rich heritage e.g. Fred Perry, Hugo Boss, Sorel footwear, AdidasTommy Hilfiger, Lyle & Scott Vintage, and Barbour.

When it comes to online store, shipping & delivery has always been the most important considerations for me.

Unfortunately, Galvin for Men do not ship to Malaysia (well, have you heard of Borderlinx yet? Problem solved) but if you’re reading this in UK, USA, Canada, Hong Kong etc (yup I know at least 30% of you guys are there haha) – rejoice!

The Shopping List

Here are what we love from the store:

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A new bookmark for online shoppers? You’re welcome. 🙂

Drop by Galvin for Men online store now to browse their collection (there’s a sale happening!) You may follow them for updates:

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  • Keith

    Nice collection especially the shoes. I admit that I really love shoes. And really thanks for Borderlinx idea. I always wanted to buy online unfortunately the problem that I always experience is that they didn’t provide shipping to Malaysia. Which I think it really bad.

    • YES! Shipping fee is another concern