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What to buy: london is a beautiful city with a lot of curiosity
What to pay: i spend a lot of money
If you go for a shopping trip to London, you should definitvely visit Oxford street. There are always crwods of peole and as many shops as you could emagine. Primark is one of the most known shops and it's well known for the cheap prices and cool clothes. On three diffrent floors you can find everzthing you cloths-hearts wants to buy. And the prices are absolutely fabulous!
What to buy: Cloths, cloths, and more cloths!!! But don't forget: the weather is never clear for a long time. Make sure you have always an umbarella in your bag. If not you should immediately buy one... NOW! ;)
What to pay: As much as you like to ;) There is a range of prices between 1 Pound to 20 Pound usually.
The Primark in London is very big and the clothes are all very cheap. The Primark is the perfect place for young people to go shopping if the weather is raining. The staff are very helpful and there are lot things to see.
What to buy: All clothes for men and women.
What to pay: Till 100 pounds.
When to Urban Outfitters and the place stocked with young and trendy clothings, bags & accessories. Didn't managed to purchase anythings coz the items which we were looking (based on catalog) was out-of-stock.
Primark store sells clothings, shoes, bags and other accessories at very low prices.
Main Primark store is located at Oxford Street close to Marble Arch underground tube station. There are other Primark store located over other parts of London and United Kingdom.
It is said that the best time to be there is when the store opens as the items for sales are displayed in tidy manner as compared with what it would be at end of opening hours.
What to buy: It's so cheap that you can afford to buy 2 of everything.
This is an online order site for clothing. It boasts being able to sell you the clothes that you saw your favourite celebrity wearing last week, at cheap prices. So it's completely high fashion, and things sell out very quickly.
Also, because it's so topical and very "now" they have regular sales to get rid of the clothing that everyone is so "over!"
Sells Mens and Womens clothing, shoes and accessories as well as gifts.
There are so many brand-name boutiques sited at Bluewater, Essex, the largest shopping complex in Greater London.
Lakeside Thurrock is another one, though not as large.
These places are ideal to come to during the sales (eg Post-Christmas, Easter), etc, if you already have a shopping list, and have done some groundwork (research on styles, prices).
What to buy: Show articles, household appliances, furnishings, fabrics, toiletries, clothes.
What to pay: You decide your own limits !
OK this isn't the hip hang out it used to be in the 60s though there is still a great (hugely expensive) cowboy boot place. Instead, it has a range of quirky, very high quality shops amidst the usual clothes chains and Marks and Spencer.
The main department store, facing Sloane Square tube, is Peter Jones, part of the John Lewis chain of stores. It's famous as the place where you simply *must* have your wedding list. You can buy pretty much anything there, but they have an especially good range of bed linen.
Opposite Peter Jones is a smart new shopping complex on the site of a former army barracks. Mostly chain clothes shops, there are a few smaller niche-y boutiques such as Pantelon Chameleon - great trousers! There's a nice courtyard at the far end, with a gelateria and fountains built into the pavement.
As you wander down the street, there are plenty of cafes and little snack bars if all that window shopping makes you hungry.
And if you are a chocoholic like me, Rococo Chocolates is my ABSOLUTE favourite shop :-)))) That's quite a way down, at no. 321. Now you have an even better reason to indulge as they're raising money for Grenada, to help restore the island after Hurricane Ivan. Do buy some chocolate lips and nipples.
At any stage, hang a left down a side street, marvel at the multi-million pound houses, and you will soon come to the Thames - Chelsea Embankment is usually an interesting walk, unless the weather is bad.
Pound shops get a nose down by some people and yes you can get some silly stuff there but if you feel that is the case then I say look away and move on. On the other hand look carefully and you will get that special bargain that you either need, fancy or want to give as a gift
What to buy: All sorts of things
If you fancy a half a hour (from central London) tube ride south on the Northern Line (the black tube line) a variety of out of town shops and bargains await you!
Take the Northern Line down to Colliers Wood (Zone 3)
Come out of the tube station and turn left. Walk along Christchurch Road (where the station is) for about ten minutes staying on the same side of the road as the tube and you'll come to the Tandem Centre shopping centre.
There you'll find Next, a TK Maxx superstore, a new New Look superstore, Argos, Clarks, Game, Sports Direct and Boots superstore among others. There is also a Starbucks, Frankie & Benny's (50 style restaurant) and Nando's (Portuguese) for those pit stops.
If you're still not shopped out after all those stores you can carry on over the road!
From the Tandem Centre go across the junction towards the massive Sainsbury's SavaCentre supermarket, a HUGE silver building, you can't miss it!
There are steps going down from the main road into the car park at the back of the building. Walk along the back of the building past the car wash on the left and you'll come across escalators that go up to the newly opened (2009) Marks & Spencer superstore. You'll enter the store at the food section, just walk straight through and you'll come to the actual store. It's on two floors.
The entrance to the Sainsbury's superstore (they have a clothes section as well) is at the other end of the Marks & Spencer store where the exits back onto the street are as well.
To go back to the tube station take the escalators or lift down to the street level, cross the bridge over the little river and turn right. Just follow the main road past the ugly tall brown high rise building right in front and you'll come back to Colliers Wood tube station.
What to buy: TK Maxx is full of bargain clothes, racks and racks of them. Women's, kids, men. They also do shoes, accessories and homewares. New Look is great for quality clothes at bargain prices, for men and women. Marks and Spencer is world famous for quality clothing, footwear and homewares at reasonable prices.
Sports Direct is a leisure clothing discount superstore, all the name brands at fraction of the price. They also have a football (soccer) section, football shirts, accessories, boots etc for less than 3/4 price. Next does quality clothing, shoes and homewares at resonable prices.
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Situated in Greenwich, south london, away for the hussle and bussle of central and west london, is Meet Bernard, knowledgable and friendly staff, wide selection of styles, brands and sizes.
What to buy: stocking the best in men's clothing and footwear, everything from classics Fred Perry, Lyle & Scott, Farah, Fila, Adidas and Loake, to hand picked streetwear brands Carhartt, Penfield, Stussy, Obey, Brixton and Clae, on top of all this denim selections from edwin and nudie, and redwing boots.
What to pay: tees around £18-35, trainers from £30, jeans and jackets around £50-£360...
All Saints is known for its unique brand of sharp edge, Rock 'n' Roll inspired clothing.
You'll find men, women and children clothes and homeware in this store.
Besides the shop at Regent Street there are 6 other All Saints shops in London.
If youre in central London then Oxford is a popular street to head for - mammoth sized branch stores of many Ladies clothes stores such as Primark, T.K. Max, H & M, New Look are along here
- along with the big Department stores such as Debenhams, Marks and Spencers, Selfridges - which can also be good places to pick up clothes at good levels of quality and design at bargain clothes - look for the price reduced racks - even better during the sales near the end of each season.
Primark is a chain of low priced mass produced clothing for all ages with branches out in many suburbs around London - the quality is quite okay - especially if you are looking for cotton garments such as tshirts, vests, socks, underpants.....
Ive had a very popular branch near me at Wandsworth and theres a big one at Tooting Broadway where Ive sinced moved
A very popular branch in central London is along Oxford Street, almost opposite Selfridges down at the Marble Arch end - its a huge store with a huge selection and a huge number of shoppers always in there! But theres some huge bargains to be found - especially childrens clothes are much lower than elsewhere.
Everybody should visit these streets; there are shops on every side you turn. Even if there are no sales, it worth to buy something. Even if you only wanna have a walk , it’s a great place to looking at the buildings and people
This a pretty big mall where you will find enough places to shop, eat and drink. From gadgets to clothes to shoes and books.
What to buy: Best time to come when sale are on. I went during the christmas sale, and many items are on half price during that time.