London is one of the top shopping destinations in the world, so you better believe that there is something for everyone tastes. Here are 4 places to shop in London.
That could be why I’m such a shopaholic because I live in London. Living in London has made me a shopaholic. This explains why I never have enough cash at the end of the month to pay for bills, I’ve spent it all shopping in various stores around London. Now it makes sense.
But can you blame a girl? I mean, London is after all one of the top shopping destinations in the world. There really is something for everyone tastes. So it doesn’t matter if you are looking for high fashion designers wear or something down to earth and quirky, trust me you will find it here in London.
I have spent many years trotting down Oxford streets with various shopping bags, giving my credit card a good workout. If I’m honest, I’m always in my elements when shopping anywhere in London. There no place like it.
I love walking around the high streets looking at the different stores, some well-known high street brands, and some are very small independents name. You just never know what you are going to find.
So if you are planning on visiting London this year and want to shop up a storm, and give your own credit card a good workout. Then you are in the right place as I will show you 4 places to shop in London that isn’t on the tour guide. These stores/malls are not normally mentioned on tour guide books, but personally, I often think they are the best place to shop.
Here is my list of 4 places to shop in London.
Borough/Greater London area malls
Shopping isn’t confined to just central London where the big stores are. You can hop on a train and explore the borough/greater London area. You will find even more choices to shops and also new places to discover. My recommendation would be to pick a spot outside of central London and go there instead.
Numbers of places do have their own local marketplace. More often on Weekend and seasonal holidays. Go visit a local marketplace and you might be surprised at what you find.
A place for men’s shopping, so this street includes a lot of tailoring independent stores. A 5 minutes’ walk and you can also stop off at Savile’s row.
Throughout central London and in the wider area, you will find shopping outlets. Often at these places, you will find designers fashion for a cheaper price. I think they quite fun to walk around and to spot that particular bargains.
That was my list of 4 places to shop in London that won’t be in guidebooks. Do you have any to add? I hope it has been helpful and happy shopping.