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Tourists in London: Top 7 Fashion stores you can’t miss

 

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1. TOPSHOP

Located on the corner of Oxford Street is the country’s largest TOPSHOP, and for good reason. This massive 3 floor attraction offers sections dedicated to accessories, nails, and vintage clothing, while at the same time upholding established and upcoming designer brands. With reasonable pricing and a huge collection of apparel, it’s not unusual to see keen customers lining up early in the morning waiting for this iconic shop to open. Twist X Turn is at TOPSHOP Oxford street on the concession floor.

2. Harrod’s

Considered Britain’s most famous store, Harrods is a must-visit for tourists and locals alike. For over 160 years, Harrods has been a provider of excellent service and offers exquisite merchandise such as food, fashion, technology, and others. With 7 floors and more than 300 departments, Harrods has something for everyone.

3. Harvey Nichols

Harvey Nichols started out as a simple linen shop in 1813. Today, this retail store offers top-of-the-line designer fashion, furnishings, as well as a floor dedicated solely to bars and restaurants. If you’re looking for somewhere to shop, eat, and spot some celebrities, Harvey Nichols is the place for you.

4. Fortnum and Mason

With over 300 years of history, Fortnum and Mason remains the purveyor of food and wine to the Royal Family. Despite being famed for its exquisite food hall, Fortnum and Mason also stocks solid collections of accessories, perfumes, and homeware. If you’re looking for a gift, you know where to go! All the merchandise on sale in this luxury store come so beautifully packaged you won’t even want to open it.

5. Selfridges & Co.

Dominating the west end of Oxford Street is Selfridges & Co, a mecca for shopaholics. The shop offers 10 acres of shopping space contained in 6 floors, as well as restaurants, exhibition halls and countless services. Selfridges & Co’s continuously changing window displays are always very interesting and often times controversial, never ceasing to attract customers.

6. Marks and Spencer

Regarded as one of Britain’s most reliable stores, Marks and Spencer now boasts more than 400 stores worldwide. Famed for selling high quality clothing for women, men and children alike, Marks and Spencer also offers food and household goods at a consistently high standard. You won’t be disappointed with what you find at Marks and Spencer.

7. Liberty

Liberty is one of the most unique and pleasant stores in London. Since its opening in 1875, Liberty has captured the attention of shoppers worldwide with its rich heritage and cutting-edge designs. The store offers 5 floors of luxurious products in areas such as apparel, accessories, beauty products, and homeware, making each a visit a voyage of discovery.