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    Clothing.: Seconds

    by Ramonq Written Oct 15, 2003

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    There are seconds shops in the warehouse districts of Sydney. These shops don't sell second-hand clothes, but slightly damaged ones at very affordable price. Factory outlets are also good places to buy clothes and shoes

    What to pay: Big savings from retail prices.

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    Clothing.: Flirting in Bondi

    by Sweetberry1 Written Aug 27, 2003

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    Flirting..

    Nooo... not that kind of flirting.. LOL..

    'Flirting' is the name of the lingerie shop on the promenade of Bondi Beach.. It just caught my eye, and I couldn't resist taking a photo.
    However, I did wonder if I could afford to buy the 'price tag' .. ;-)

    What to buy: In A Lingerie shop??? What else?

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    • Romantic Travel and Honeymoons

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    Shopping Mecca - The Queen Victoria Building

    by SydneyGal Written Jan 1, 2003

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    Shot taken from the observation deck of AMP tower

    The Queen Victoria Building, or as it is more commonly known to locals, the QVB is a great place to visit for not only the shoppers out there, but also those interested in Byzantine Architecture…Apparently, the QVB has been described by Pierre Cardin as "the most beautiful shopping centre in the world". Originally built in 1898, it was renovated and converted to a giant shopping mecca in the middle of Sydney's CBD, with more than 200 shops. The Queen Victoria Building offers a range of shopping outlets including fashion boutiques, beauty care, jewellers and Australian souvenirs / clothing.

    What to buy: Mens and ladies clothing, shoes, jewellery, cosmetics, bath and body products, souvenirs

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    SHOPPING STREET: Oxford Street

    by SydneyGal Updated Jan 1, 2003

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    Marcs fashion

    The Oxford Street strip, stretching along the suburb Paddington, has long been established as the shopping mecca for the chic and cool of Sydney. Not only does it have a great selection of local and upmarket designer stores (eg. Brave, Zimmerman, Billion Dollar Babes, Robbie Ingam, Akira Isogawa), it also has the regular Australian/international chain brands (Marcs, Esprit, Country Road, General Pants, Review, Jigsaw, Witchery, Kookai etc). This is the best place to shop for young and funky designer wear.

    What to buy: Mens and Ladies clothing, shoes, homewares. On Saturdays Paddington Markets for arts and crafts.

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    Clothing: Shopping in Australia

    by Lerie Written Apr 27, 2009

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    It was quite an excitement to shop down under. Some clothings are pretty cheap and pretty too ! So are the shoes !

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    Clothing: QVB

    by travelthrough Written Aug 11, 2006

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    QVB

    Queen Victoria Building next to Town Hall, old shopping arcade with exquisite stores and boutiques.

    What to buy: Clothes, telephones, candy, restaurants etc.

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