Modern, vibrant and inspirational, Louis Copeland is a name synonymous with high quality mens casual wear, tailoring and mens suiting all offered with the most exemplary customer service around.
Louis Copeland established since 1933 has become the modern mans go to store for mens clothing and business suiting. Our staff our trained to understand your needs and are experts in in mens fitting, sizing and styling for all the brands we sell
Our seasonal curated casual collections have gained a unique following from men of impeccable taste for modern high quality branded clothing.
The company was born from suiting and our expertise in mens suiting is second to none. From off the rail suits, seasonal suit collections and our made to measure experince we have an outfit for any and every occasion formal or casual.
We look after everyone with the same high standards of customer service you would expect for such a personal and close family business.
Over the years we have dressed many famous people and celebrities. Colin Farrel and Pierce Brosnan are but a couple of the esteemed people from the entertainment business who come through our door for our clothes.
We treat them like family, as we treat all our customers, always prepared to go above and beyond to meet all our discerning customers high expectations.
Louis Copeland & Sons has been a family business for four generations. We trace our heritage back to Hyman Coplan. Originally from Lithuania, Hyman Coplan travelled across Europe and arrived in Ireland in the early 1900s.
Hyman was a trouser maker working on Parliament Street. After marrying his wife Harriot McCarthy, Coplan changed his name to Copeland, they moved to Capel Street where he also opened a workshop.
Hyman and Harriot later had two children Louis and Rachel.
Hyman’s son Louis followed in his father’s footsteps to become a tailor. His daughter Rachel also worked in the business as a trouser maker. In 1933, after working in Cork for some years, Louis moved back to Dublin to work in, and eventually take over, the family business. He changed the name over the door to Louis Copeland & Sons.
Louis married May and had five children, Paul, Louis, Jackie, Adrian and Carl.
In the late 1960s both Louis and Adrian began working with their father in the shop and workshop. During this time the main shop was in 30 Capel Street and the workshop, which employed approximately 40 people, was just next door in 33 Capel Street.
Louis married Mary and had three children, Louis Jnr, Avril and Rachel.
Adrian married Anne and had two children, Adrian Jnr and Aaron.
The Louis Copeland & Sons business began to expand throughout the 1980s. An important part of this expansion was the introduction of ready to wear suits.
In 1980 our second store on Lower Pembroke Street opened. This store is managed today by Adrian and his son Adrian Jnr.
The business continued to expand with the opening of our third store on Wicklow Street in 1984. The Louis Copeland & Sons name became synonymous with fine tailoring, catering to stars including Pierce Brosnan and Richard Harris.
The Capel Street store evolved further during the 1990s when it moved from Number 33 to its current location in 39-41 Capel Street.
There was a break from tradition as Louis Copeland & Sons began to stock more casual brands and garments including blazers, button down shirts, polo shirts, chinos, jeans and footwear.
This decade saw more expansion within the company with the opening of a further four stores in Galway, CHQ, Dundrum Town Centre and our online store louiscopeland.com.
The expansion of the casualwear brands continued with the introduction of Gant and Ted Baker. Today Louis Copeland & Sons operates six stores plus the website louiscopeland.com.