Magee 1866’s carefully curated gift guides have something different for everyone and with the massive success of ‘Peaky Blinders’, waistcoats, linen shirts, caipíns and tweed jackets are certainly back in vogue!
One hundred per cent made in Ireland, the collection includes a divine range of fisherman knitted jumpers – practical they may be in cold Irish winters but they are also a key staple item to have in your wardrobe for decades to come, almost retro even!
Magee 1866 presents a luxurious selection of ideas from across their collections, pieces carefully designed and made to last, pieces that will stand the test of time and treasured for years to come.
As a fifth generation Irish family business, Magee 1866 is acutely aware of the importance of spending time with family and not have to stress about purchasing Christmas gifts. The Magee 1866 collections focus on slow fashion and high-quality pieces that will stand the test of time.
Contemporary tweeds, designed and woven at the Magee 1866 mill in Donegal, are paired with timeless styles in the women’s range of jackets and coats. These are show stopping pieces that will bring a smile to anyone’s face on Christmas morning.
Lightweight and luxuriously soft, the new range of organic cotton and cashmere blend jumpers are Available in two styles – the Imogen and Eve (above, €99) – and a range of festive hues. For fans of colour, look no further than Magee 1866’s selection of Liberty of London print shirts and tunics in a deliciously soft cotton.
One of the key characteristics of Donegal Tweed is the colourful neps you find in the threads, originally made using natural-plant dyes found in the surrounding landscape, this season Magee 1866 have brought this ‘Donegal fleck’ through to their knitwear.
New styles include the Clifden turtleneck and Port fisherman rib cardigan both of which pay homage to Ireland’s long standing fishing traditions and join a range of knitwear focusing on natural fibres including lambswool and organic cotton and cashmere blends.
There is always space in his wardrobe for a beautifully made shirt, from Irish Linen to super soft flannel and traditional checks, you will find something to suit his style.
These styles pair perfectly with Magee 1866’s signature Donegal Tweed jackets, choose from tailored or classic fit and for someone extra special, explore the pieces in handwoven tweed.
Made in Ireland
Their weaving mill in Donegal Town, on the banks of the river Eske, is still the beating heart of everything they do at Magee. They are proud to support a tradition of weaving and manufacturing textiles in the northwest of Ireland, bringing a contemporary edge to an age-old craft.
Magee 1866’s exclusive range of scarves, pashminas, and home interior throws are designed and made in Ireland in a range of colours and patterns inspired by the land and seascapes of Donegal. With our Irish weather, a Magee pashmina or wrap is a must in every woman’s capsule wardrobe – you can wear it when the temperatures cool after a summer barbeque, or wrap it around you in winter or autumn as you watch the changing seasons with a cuppa on the balcony, in the sunroom, etc.
Look to Magee 1866’s Donegal Tweed accessories for fantastic stocking fillers, from notebooks to teddy bears to the classic tweed cap, available in two styles – the flat cap and baker. Fill your home with luxurious scents with a selection of candles and diffusers, made in Ireland. And if you are just not sure, you can’t go wrong with a Magee 1866 voucher.
Shop in store or online at magee1866.com/Christmas – free delivery to Ireland and the UK. Check out Magee of South Anne St, Dublin, also Arnott’s and stockists across Dublin and nationwide. Remember, Magee 1866 is 100 per cent Irish owned and Irish made!
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