This is our Well Fashioned list of Made in Ireland accessories.

Brid O Driscoll Millinery: Kinvara, Galway @bodmillinery

Brid O’Driscoll creates bespoke hats and headpeices, perfect for weddings or a trip to the races!

Carol Kennelly: Tralee, Kerry @Carol_Kennelly ‏

In 2010, Carol set up her Millinery business from her home in Kerry and within a month had won Best Hat at Killarney Races. Her designs have also won awards at the Galway races.

Elaine Keogh: Birr, Offaly @elainekeoghhats

Elaine’s hats have been seen down the catwalks of London fashion week and gracing the heads of ladies in the Royal Enclosure at Ascot. Her hats are entirely handmade, their designs inspired by the arcadian surroundings of the old mill that is her studio.

Fabulous Felt: Limerick @fabulousfelt

Fabulous Felt create scarves with a modern twist, made with untreated merino wool which make the items light and breathable.

Holden Leathergoods: Dingle, County Kerry @HoldenLeather

Since 1989 Conor Holden has been hand crafting handbags, leather briefcases, wallets and purses in his workshop on the shores of Dingle Harbour

Mamukko: Kinsale, Cork @mamukko

Mamukko is an eco-friendly venture by two Hungarian brothers. They upcycle old items, including life rafts and original sails and combine them with leather to create quality unique bags.

Liz Christy: Annayalla, Monaghan @LizChristy

Liz Christy is a textile designer and hand-weaver. She works in her workshop in Monagon to create colourful and fun hand-weaved scarves.

Lovern: Galway @LovernLeathers

Lovern bags are inspired by the designers quest to recreate a beautiful bag handed down to her by her mother, they are now available in a scallop and curved design and a variety of colours!

The Kinsale Leather Co.: Kinsale, Cork @kinsaleleather

Founded by Dee Mangan in 2014, all Kinsale Leather Co’s tote, clutch, backpacks, overnight bags etc. are all handmade in the beautiful seaside town of Kinsale.