Women’s leggings brand Peachylean has opened its first pop up shop in Dundrum ahead of the festive season.
The Irish owned business, which sells comfortable leggings, also focuses on women’s physical and mental wellbeing. Its founder and CEO Sharon Keegan set up the venture to provide women with an immersive lifestyle space.
The pop up shop will open its doors on November 5 on Level 3 of Dundrum Shopping Centre. The outlet, which will be open for three months, will also host talks and yoga sessions in its new location.
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Sharon said: “We are delighted to be opening our first pop up store in Dundrum where we can provide a place for our community to come and feel comfortable and supported in our skin.”
Sharon also confirmed the brand hopes to host collaborations with other female owned Irish brands in the Dundrum pop up. Peachylean’s focus on women’s mental wellbeing stems from Sharon’s own struggles with postnatal depression.
The Walkinstown native returned to college to study Innovation in UCD, where she quickly identified comfortable women’s leggings as a sorely missed product in the market. Peachylean’s range of leggings are designed to help promote body confidence amongst women and boost their self- esteem.
The brand has operated on an online basis to date, previously striking a deal with UK owned online marketplace Zalando. The move to a physical retail location is an exciting step forward for the business.
The athleisure brand’s bestsellers include items such as their high waisted full length leggings with pockets, which retail at €65. They also sell a variety of sports hoodies, t shirts and other lifestyle products. The leggings come in a range of colours, including black, mint green and leopard print.
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