Women's clothing collection
Jackets, duffle-coats, sweaters, cardigans, shirts and tops, scarves and other accessories… We offer cosy, high-end women’s clothing made with smooth natural fibres for the best sensation of well-being ever. Browse through our collection of high quality garments and extensive range of trendy colours.
Spring - summer new collection
The spring and summer new collection has arrived at Le Comptoir Irlandais.
You will enjoy our Out Of Ireland brand with clothes made from natural fabrics such as organic cotton, recycled cotton or linen.
For a more "British" touch, Tom Joule reinvent the traditional British style by adding a hint of originality to the most classical pieces with distinctive colours, prints, detail and quality.
When it comes to sportwear, the Ruckfield collection offers nice women’s polo shirts for our greatest pleasure.
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Sweaters & cardigans
Our collection of sweaters and cardigans is available in a wide range of styles and colours.
Nice cable stitches to enhance a silhouette, natural or summery colours to reflect your mood with noble fabrics such as organic cotton, linen or wool, find the perfect top that will suit you.
For a great look and a definite style, stitch is a staple for any occasion.
Blouses & T-shirts
We offer a selection of fresh coloured, quality blouses, shirts and T-shirts.
Long or short-sleeved, our blouses and shirts proudly show check and flowery prints. For a chic and feminine style, fall for our soft and beautiful fabrics and designs.
Polo shirts keep being a staple of the dressing rooms, remaining timeless.
Whether striped, printed or plain, T-shirts are a wardrobe essential. Easy to pair with, we like to wear them with our casual outfits or more formal ones.
Coats & jackets
Give some style to your outfits with our both classical and trendy coats and jackets.
From the poncho with flowers prints or the waterproof jacket that will protect you nicely from the rain to the quilted jacket that will keep you warm, there’s no shortage of choices.
And why not let oneself be tempted by a wardrobe essential: the duffle-coat? London Tradition offers styled and easy-to-wear pieces of this iconic coat, combining a modern cut, the finest fabrics and an exceptional quality craftsmanship.
The detail makes the style! Cheer up your look with our range of colourful, funny or stylish accessories!
Scarves, bags, hats, socks, wellies, belts… Find the perfect accessory for your outfit!
100% pure wool sweaters, vests, throws and duffle-coats... We offer natural and fashion clothing for women of all ages sharing a common interest in the simple and beautiful.
Aran sweaters and accessories
The traditional 100% pure wool Irish sweater is named after the Irish archipelago of Aran Islands located off the West coast near Galway, where it was created.
The traditional Irish sweater is crafted with pure virgin wool, of a natural off-white (beige) colour, round-necked and extremely tight-woven. It protects from the rain and keeps you warm. Originally, Aran jumpers were knit with un-scoured or “fat” wool that retained its natural oils or lanolin, but today’s wool is washed and dyed to craft more comfortable and attractive garments.
For a few years, the Irish sweater has entered the fashion world and is regularly put in the spotlight and revisited by creators.
When days are shorter, we do appreciate to spend more time hunkered down at home. This is the time of the year when we want our rooms to be as cosy and comfortable as possible.
Whether they are slung over a chair or used as decoration on a sofa or a bed, wool throws are a must-have. They add texture, warmth and colour to a room and can transform ordinary furniture to the stars of the room.
Cosy, warm and wonderfully knit in varieties of wool (such as mohair or lambswool), the Irish plaids enhance our interior.
Kilts & traditionnal clothing
In Scotland, to kilt historically means to tuck up the clothes around the body. The word derives from old Norse "kjalta", a word of Scandinavian origin. Contrary to public opinion, the kilt does not belong only to Scottish culture but is also worn in Ireland and even Brittany!
Today, the kilt is worn for wedding celebrations, sports competitions and music and dance contests, but has also been reintroduced as a casual outfit and in the fashion world. Some of the tartans, such as the Royal Stewart, became items of counterculture, and are now widespread and very popular.