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08th Jan 2019

Irish Made: This Quirky Clothing Brand Celebrates Irish Women And The Irish Language

Éadaoin Fitzmaurice

In the words of queen Shania Twain herself… Let’s go girls!

2019 is here and with that comes a way of creativity, positivity and new beginnings.

You guys know by now that I love to encourage the buying of Irish made products and supporting Irish brands. This new year why not give it a go and add some homemade pieces to your own collection?

Welcome to Irish Made, a weekly series where I showcase some of Ireland’s best up and coming brands and companies.

This week we’re heading to the hills of Donegal to a cleverly named company – Bean An Tí.

Bean An Tí create limited edition t-shirts that celebrate the wild women of Ireland.


The t-shirts are hand-embroidered, simple and fun.

Best of all, they incorporate the Irish language and encourage people to use their cúpla focal.

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The girls have also decided to partner with two amazing organisations who support the women (and men) in Ireland during some of their darkest times.

10% of all sales go directly to The Dublin Rape Crisis Centre and The Rape Crisis Network Ireland.

This company is a breath of fresh Éire and I’m so excited to see how they continue to grow.

In fact I’m ag buzzáil faoi.

READ MORE: IRISH MADE: This Stunning Irish Jewellery Brand Needs To Be On Your Radar For 2019