Harrods department store is one of London's premier shopping
experiences. Referred to as the ultimate department store,
it sells everything, and if they don't have it, they will
get it for you. They even have their own bank. The Food Halls
are amazing in themselves, from fresh flowers, vegetables,
and an elaborate bakery, to an enormous dairy, meat and fowl
Chinatown is a three block long area surrounded by the downtown
shopping district, the expressway and Tufts University medical
complex and offers an opportunity for stocking exotic wares.
Kneeland Street and Harrison Avenue: A good place to find
discount yard goods.
Sizes from 14 and above are catered for in this centrally
located women's outlet. Its range of upmarket, continental
labels offers refreshingly bright and eye-catching styles
for daytime and evening wear.
96 West Bow, Grassmarket,
12, George IV Bridge buses.
The store is open from 10am to 5.30pm on Mondays to Saturdays.
Credit cards AmEx, MC, £TC are excepted.
The store offers a selected range of women's clothes by designers
such as Moschino, Anna Sui and Thierry Mugler, with regular
2 Jeffrey Street,
6, Bridges buses.
The store is open from 10am to 5.30pm on Mondays to Saturdays
Credit card suuch as AmEx, JCB, MC, and £TC are excepted.
The store is relatively a tiny outlet, but unmissable with
its outrageously shiny, holographic interior decor. The clothes
are equally funky, and mostly from small independent labels.
This is the kind of place to buy a treat rather than a bargain.
22 Victoria Street 12
The store is open from 10am to 6pm during Monday to Saturdays.
Credit cards are exceped.