Oxford Street, also known as the busiest shopping street of Europe, prides itself in bringing high-street store like Selfridges, Marks & Spencer, Primark, Debenhams, forever 21 and Swatch. Not only locals but shoppers from around the globe also reach this shopping haven in London’s west end for shopping galore.
This ¾ of mile long street lies between Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus. People visit Regent street for up market shopping destinations like apple store, timberland, levis, barbour, the great frog and ted baker.
North Soho’s Carnaby Street is another busy shopping site with the all too famous, 3-storey kingly court and several men and womenwear, fashion and lifestyle shops. One can also enjoy snacks and beverages from the cafes and restaurants of Carnaby Street.
Covent Garden and Seven Dials area
West End’s Covent Garden and Seven Dials area presents some of the finest fashion and shoe stores of the British Capital. Some of the most sought after shopping havens are Paul Smith, Fly London, Oakley, Benjamin Pollocks, Jones, Crocs, Lyle and Laduree.
Marylebone High Street and St Christopher’s Place
The shopping gala doesn’t seem to end at Marylebone High Street and St Christopher’s Place which is towards the North of Oxford Street. Women can have a great deal of fashionable and high-end outfits and meanwhile also enjoy mouthwatering dishes of the restaurants.
Bond Street is noted to have the most illustrious stores like Armani, Gucci and several other prestigious outlets including some that are suppliers of the Royal Family. So if you are searching best of the best then don’t hesitate in making your way to Bond Street.
Tottenham Court Road
With a great number of Home furnishing stores like heals and father and black and electronic shops like anvika and chaplin, Tottenham Court Road is definitely the spot for homebodies with a pristine taste. Don’t miss out the sumptuous dining experience of the restaurants on the same road.
Speacialist shops and fine boutiques fringe the Victoria street , Elizebeth street and Wilton Road offering London’s shoppers an opportunity to enjoy their favourite clothing, shoes and De Vroomen’s .
The 1.9 mile stretch of Kings Road marks a mix of contemporary furniture, shoes and garments shops. So get off the tube from sloanne square tube station and shop from stores like Harvest, Marilyn Moore, Muse, Peter Jones and Jigsaw.
A constellation of Sloanne street, Brompton road, Beauchamp place and Walton street is what makes Knightsbridge. Departmental stores like Harrods and Harvey Nichols and a plenty of designer shops make this area a must-visit for shoppers.
Shoppers make their way to buy vintage clothing and arts and crafts from Camden town’s Camden market, Camden lock, Camden Canal and Stables market. You can always add spice and sensation to your shopping pursuit by having a delicious meal at the Indian restaurant, Masala Zone.
St John’s Wood High Street
From Hanna Kee’s exquisite jewellery designs to the stylish shoes of Larizia and Venise, St John’s Wood High Street is frequented by the Capital’s shoppers. Head straight to St John's Wood High Street and hunt your favorite products.
Notting hill’s Portobello Road attracts numerous Londoners to its famous weekend market. You will get fine and elegant stuff from the clothing stores in addition to the antiques and collectibles.
With high tourist traffic, Queensway brings lots of hotels, souvenier shops and fast food eateries of exquisite taste and flair. Shoppers never seem to miss Whiteleys shopping experience and have the opportunity to watch movies in the multi screen cinema.
East London’s Brick Lane is well-known for its Bengladeshi Restaurants that sell succulent Bengali dishes and the (makeshift Sunday) Brick Lane market for the likelihood of finding many useful hosehold products at an affordable cost.