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The Wait Is Over - Victoria’s Secret Officially Opens Its Dublin Doors Tomorrow

By Shirleydonlon

December 4, 2017 at 2:33pm


Speculation has been rife over the exact opening date of Grafton St’s Victoria’s Secret Store, and now the day has come.

The Irish flagship store is set to open its doors to the public tomorrow morning, Tuesday December 5, according to The Irish Times.

The US brand landed in Dublin Airport Terminal 2 back in 2013 and made its way to terminal 1 by summer 2016, and up until now the only way for us Irish folk to get our hands on something from the store was by going on a holiday.

Now, you no longer need to buy a plane ticket to splurge your week’s wages on the best-selling lingerie and fragrances, as the latest branch has landed in a much more convenient location, on Dublin’s Grafton Street. 

The new 2,700sq/m flagship store, which has taken the place of the old BT2 store, will sell everything from the brand’s premium lingerie and pyjama sets to makeup and fragrances.

PINK sports and leisurewear will also be available for shoppers looking for something a little less more budget-friendly.

There has been massive anticipation over the opening date of the new flagship store online for the past few months, and fans have been eagerly waiting for the doors to finally open.

The Dublin store was originally expected to be unveiled in Autumn of this year, but we’re sure it will be worth the wait.

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