If you are nimble with a needle, or skillful with a sewing machine, Irmas Hus will be a Aladdin's cave of delights for you. Beautiful fabrics, and gorgeous accessories - beware though, you could spend a fortune in here! I was after some new buttons for my coat, and found some lovely silver ones - 10 set me back 60 SEK. However, they also had some gorgeous purple silk taffeta on sale for 20SEK/metre, which was exactly what I needed for a ball I was due to attend. Fantastic place, and the manager was helpful and informative (in English too) without being pushy.
What to buy: Stunning fabrics, if you have dressmaking ability.
If you are looking for expensive antiques or just bric-a-brac, then the area around Davidshall Square and Street is where you want to be. Here you find several shops selling old furniture, glass, curiosity items and such and also unusual clothes. If real bargains is your thing, you can also try the side streets of Södra Förstadsgatan and Spångatan just off Triangeln.
What to buy: Anything they've got in!
Small lovely shop with many cool small brands. Much is organic and unisex.
Brands like Bobo Choses, New generals, Popupshop, Shampoodle, Moonkids, Rockefella and much more
Look out for the green and gold government run alcohol shops. It's the only place outside pubs and resraunts you'll be able to buy full strength beer. Prices are good too!!!
Malmo has a large, mainly pedestrianised shopping zone in the city centre. Large department stores, shopping centres, boutiques and all kinds of restaurants, cafes and pubs can be found here.
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