ALL ABOUT TEXTILE
The textile selection of the Comptoir Irlandais takes us on the trail of the leading pieces of Anglo-Saxon fashion through the famous Aran sweater, duffle-coat, tweed jacket and Irish cap, all in a timeless and comfortable style.
And because we are committed to high-quality clothing, our expertise allows us to work with the best manufacturers, from small Irish workshops to large British companies. How is a sweater made? Where does the wool come from? How do I care for my garment? From the textile fiber to the fashion piece, learn more with the themes and tips in our complete textile guide.
The great classics
From the duffle-coat to the kilt to the Aran sweater, the great classics of Anglo-Saxon fashion are truly timeless that cross the ages without passing fashion, combining great comfort and style.
Natural fibres of plant origin
Natural plant fibers come from plant cultures such as cotton from cotton seeds,and known for its softness, or linen, from linen stems, for its absorbent and thermoregulatory qualities. Find out how these fibers are made, from plant to clothes.
Natural materials of animal origin
Natural fibres and materials are obtained by transforming a natural material which can be of animal origin such as sheep's wool, which is very warm, or goat's mohair, which is lighter and more flexible. Find out how these materials are made.
The world of textile
Our fashion universe brings together the most beautiful fashion pieces through a careful selection of items for women and men. Between our timeless, our basics and our accessories, you will surely find your happiness.
To help you choose the size that best suits you, check out our complete size guide.
To maintain your textile in the best conditions and keep it for a long time, visit our page dedicated to textile maintenance.
If your purchase does not meet your expectations or if the size does not suit, you can drop your item in our store network or return it to us by parcel for an exchange, a voucher or a refund.
All the useful information on the conditions of exchange are on our page: