Forever 21

Forever 21
Ground Floor and First Floor, Jervis Shopping Centre, Dublin 1

Forever 21 is responsible for draining my finances every few months with its mahoosive selection of lovely clothes at a reasonable price. I have often gotten lost there as it is a bit like a maze between the rails.

What has it got?

Seating: The only seating here is at the shoe rails and there was also a chair in my dressing room, which would be handy for someone on crutches or less nimble on their toes. Also worth noting, at the cash registers, they had a lower till with a wheelchair sign on it which is very good indeed.
Doors: I didn’t have to open any doors here.
Ground: White marble tiles adorn this haven which are a bit of a hazard when it rains. Which it did today. A lot.
Stairs: There is a lift to bring you to all floors here and there is a sloped entrance.
Bathrooms: —
Spaciousness: Plenty of room to get around here and I didn’t have any problems browsing the rails.
Helpfulness of Staff: I didn’t require much help here but any interactions I had with the staff were positive.
Parking: There is wheelchair parking available in the Jervis car park and there is more onstreet wheelchair parking available beside it on Jervis Street and Wolfe Tone Street (map here).
Rating: 10/10
Why did it lose points? It lost nothing. It has it all. And foolishly, I lose it all when I go there. 

About the author

Louise Bruton

Reviewing Dublin, step by step, in terms of wheelchair accessibility. Freelance journalist and pop culture enthusiast.

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