Where to get your Fashion Fix
Glasgow hosts a plethora of classy goodies and souvenirs that will surely fill that empty space you left in your luggage, you won't have a problem carrying cases brimming with Scotch whisky, hand-knit wool sweaters, tartan blankets or Highland kilts.
Looking for some saucy gifts, games and gimmicks to liven up your life? Now Stocking Dreamgirl costumes and Lingerie, and lovely jewellery & handbags. It’s cheeky, cheerful fun at the cheapest of prices.
Selling an extensive range of XXX DVD's and videos, leather, rubber, fashion, toys, magazines, music, books, gifts and more.
Silks & Secrets
Lingerie, footwear, wigs, hosiery emporium that also caters for TV/TS and TG clientele.
A truly exquisite venue, Princes Square presents a sophisticated alternative to Scotland's high street and a stylish destination for both dining and drinking.
Sauchiehall Street, Buchanan Street and Argyle Street
The Golden Z is an eloquent way of describing the main shopping area of Glasgow consisting of Sauchiehall Street, Buchanan Street and Argyle Street. It's these arteries, along which every high street name has an outlet, that are largely responsible for Glasgow's reputation as the second largest retail centre in the UK.
Each street offers a variety of interests for every pocket and taste , whether you are looking for a unique piece of art, an antique plate, a diamond ring or a tattoo, you’ll find it all here.
Located at Buchanan Galleries TopMan offers fashionable men's clothes, suits and accessories.
This second hand shop is a fashion lover's haven where it's been known for vintage Gina and Prada shoes to turn up for a song, and sharp eyed aficionados could snap up a Halston if they are lucky. With a heavy slant towards the seventies and eighties, this is a well edited selection of vintage clothes you can actually wear.
The Italian Centre
A fabulous jewel of a designer mall in the Merchant City, with the finest Italian labels including Emporio Armani and Versace stores. For an offbeat shopping experience there's De Courcy's Antique Craft Arcade located in the West End and the Victorian Village is a great browsing ground for costume jewelry and memorabilia hunters.
Located at Buchanan Galleries, John Lewis Glasgow offers an extensive range of fashion and accessories, beauty, homewares and furnishings, electrical, childrenswear and toys.
Get ready to wear yourself out with wild retro and vintage clothing in this Aladdin’s cave-like setting.
Enormous menswear store. Considered something of a Glasgow institution .
The Barras Market
Glasgow's famous East End market with over 1000 traders selling their wares both new and used. Only held on weekends. The Barras Centre, London Road.
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