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April 26, 2021

London’s Top Shopping Spots – The Complete Guide for 2021

London is known for its designer shops and outlets where you can buy from luxury to cheap brands. In fact, some luxury brands like Burberry, Timberland are cheaper in London. Although there is an infinite number of shops in London, we recommend these 7 spots where everyone can buy something for their taste.

 

Oxford Street

"crowded Oxford Street with traffic during day

For most shoppers in London, Oxford Street in the heart of the city will probably be the first port of call. Oxford Street could keep you and your shopping basket very busy all weekends!

 

TOP HIGH STREET STORES

 

SOME OF LONDON’S BEST-LOVED STALWARTS

 

Regent Street

Regent street with people shopping during day

Just off Oxford Street, Regent Street is not only one of London’s best shopping streets but also one of the city’s most beautiful avenues. It’s worth a visit to see the stunning Edwardian architecture that makes Regent Street the most elegant street in London. These beautiful uniform buildings house some of the best-loved and oldest stores in town.

 

TRADITIONAL SHOPS

 

HIGH-STREET SHOPPING FOR MEN & WOMEN

 

Chelsea – King’s Road

King’s Road at night with cars and people

In the upscale neighborhood of Chelsea, particularly on the King’s Road, you will find plenty of trendy boutiques, designer brands, and numerous quaint cafés and popular restaurants.

 

TOURISTIC SHOPS

 

Why not take a well-earned break from the stress of shopping at one of the many lavish spas in the area!

 

Bond Street and Mayfair

aily busy life with traffic at Bond Street

If you are looking for the best that London fashion has to offer, then you should head straight to New Bond Street in historic Mayfair. Full of top designer stores and jewelers, art, and antiques, Bond Street has been the locale of London’s richest and most stylish elite for 300 years. Many notable London figures have lived and played here, including Admiral Nelson, Lady Hamilton, and various artists.

 

POPULAR STORES

 

Notting Hill

colourful apartments in a row at Notting HillNotting Hill is one of London’s most famous neighborhoods. Long before Hugh Grant fell in love with Julia Roberts in the movie of the same name, Notting Hill had been long established as a great place for shopping as, in addition to many lovely boutiques, it is the home of the celebrated Portobello Road.

 

THE DAILY PORTOBELLO ROAD MARKET

It is world-famous for its unique and varied stalls, selling all sorts of objects and gadgets, from London memorabilia and novelty items to old furniture, clocks, and clothes.

 

Carnaby Street

colourful Carnaby Street at night with shops

Carnaby Street is one of the chicest and trendy streets in London. Close to Oxford Street in the center of the city, the beautiful pedestrian Carnaby Street has:

  • Luxury boutiques
  • Popular brands
  • Restaurants
  • Cafés
  • Traditional London pubs

Carnaby Street was at the heart of the cultural revolution of the 1960s and has remained a favorite spot with tourists and Londoners alike for the last 50 years.

 

Shopping Malls

modern shopping mall with people during day

WESTFIELD

Westfield has two great shopping malls – the White City Mall and Stratford Mall. Here you will find literally hundreds of contemporary fashions as well as a variety of places to eat and drink.

 

UK BRANDS

  • House of Frasier
  • Marks & Spencer
  • Jimmy Choo
  • Ted Baker
  • All Saints

 

CANARY WHARF

Canary Wharf, London’s renowned dockland area, is now home to a popular modern shopping center with great shops and restaurants. You can also enjoy one of London’s most historic neighborhoods.

 

HIGH STREET BRANDS

  • Zara
  • Oasis

 

After all this shopping, you might be ready for some dining and nightlife in London to relax and enjoy the night!

Sude
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