London Shopping Guide: Where to Shop in London?

Hello everyone!! Today I have come up with a super exciting article especially for all the girls. Shopping in UK is everybody’s dream workout, but where to exactly shop? Everybody knows about chanel, Dior and other international brands, but what about some awesome boutiques which you miss?

Today I will be telling you about Some awesome boutiques in London!

ANANYA, 4 Montpellier street, London

ANANYA, 4 Montpellier street , London
Ananya’s Bombay-born owner, Anu mirchandani, her work mover from her native Indian to North african, Brazilian and Native America. She also designs and sells a magnificent range of jewellery, and plans to market a made to order collection.

BOHO, 113A Northcote road, London

BOHO, 113A Northcote road, London
The shops location is a seriously revamped cab office, whose interior has been transformed into a compact, trinket filled grotto with wooden floors and white walls. Various girlie goodies are displayed on the Ikea Lack shelves that edges the walls. Pink satin skirts are their signature garment!

CELIA LOE, 68 South molton street, London

Loe designs a broad range of dresses, suits and separates, focusing on elegant clothing that is fashion aware but not trend driven.

DIVERSE, 294 Upper street, London

The store is arranged on two levels. Downstairs is funky and frenetic, while upstairs is decidedly chilled, housing both new collections and homeware. The key to this store is to approach to service.

GOTHAM ANGELS, 23 Islington green, London

When the well-heeled shoppers of LONDON’s fashionable N1 want to feel the funk, they gravitate to the heavenly hangout that is gotham angels.The shop clientele cover all ages.

JOY, 432 Coldharbour lane, brixton, London

Housing everything from eclectic clothing and accessory designs for men and women, to bizarre gift paraphernalia, this contemporary bazaar delivers the maximum amount of merchandise per square inch.

KOKON TO ZAI, 57 Greek street, London

Kokon to Zai aims to inspire rather than prescribe- the only imperative here is to be experimental. The range of jewellery and accessories is surprisingly broad but just as un-surprisingly avant-garde – Weekend pussy’s leather and human hair accessories ay not be everyone’s cup of tea.

MALAPA, 41 Clerkenwell road, London

Decor is simple but attractive. All of the clothing, however, has some special or interesting feature – an intricate cut or unusual fabric – and there’s and innovative and intelligent choice of bags, belts and jewellery to match.

RELLIK, 8 Golborne road, London

Identity by philip offers customers the chance to relive or reinvent the past through an array of historic pieces from the twenties to the nineties- clothing, jewellery, bags, shoes and hats.

SEFTON, 271 upper street, London

The quality store founded by the gifted twenty-something entrepreneur Ben Sefton Ensdale, offers ultra-hip, exclusive designs in a minimalist, Japanese style setting.

WARDROBE, 42 Conduit street, London

First-timers, presented with the entry bell, are likely to feel some trepidation as this promises to be no ordinary shopping trip. Wardrobe radiates luxury and quality and are beautifully displayed.

Now coming to an end to London, this was your London shopping directory! Have fun shopping!!


One thought on “London Shopping Guide: Where to Shop in London?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.