You will come across plenty of costly boutiques as well as designer stores in London but there are some who are in search of the cheapest places to shop when in London. They feel that there is no need to spend big amounts when searching for good clothes, storage solutions, accessories or some vintage finds. London has various retail outlets that offer their merchandise at low cost and people can easily pick up what they are looking for without finding it heavy on their wallets. So, if you are on a budget spree or you may be searching for an economically priced wardrobe basic item, this is our recommendation of the cheapest places to shop at, in London.
H&M – This place is well-known for people shopping for kids’ wear. There is no denying the fact that plenty of thought has gone into how this store should offer a pleasant and an affordable shopping environment for people. Its changing rooms are spacious and the music piped in this store has been selected by people having a good taste in Indie. There is no better place for fashion clothes’ shoppers and at these rates.
& Other Stories – This place is popular for high-fashion and chic clothes for work. The store was conceptualized as a beauty concept shop and it did not require much time to evolve into a fashion clothes’ unit that offers accessories. Lingerie, lipsticks and frocks that matched your clothes. This place is under the ownership of H&M and it is meant for a shopper who is fashion savvy.
Zara – This is an ideal place for people who want to shop for tailored clothes that are ideal for a catwalk. People have much to say about this store and the way it handles its inventories. With many new deliveries every week, it prides on quick turnaround of stock items. There is plenty of variety to choose from, week after week. It is no wonder that people flock in big numbers at this place and it has quickly become the fashion joint for people in London. Do not be surprised for picking up a highly fashionable blouse for just £35.
Beyond Retro – This place is amazing for people who want to shop for varsity jackets at affordable rates. This store has become a huge success as it caters to both teens and mature fashionistas. It boasts of one of the largest selection of retro wear you will come across under a single roof.
Primark – This store is regarded as one of the best for hosiery shopping. People who walk into this store will come across three spacious floors. You can expect cheap clothing and their accessories in this store. You will get what you actually pay for in terms of your pleasant shopping experience. There are very few shops in London where you can carry away giant paper bags filled with clothes that have cost you less than £50.
Muji – This is recognised for its affordable and neat solutions for storage items. This is a Japanese Concept store, much in the style of Daiso in the United Arab Emirates. It has been a long time favourite of Londoners who are conscious about their fashion and decoration styles, in terms of being affordable, economical, practical and pleasing items for your home, wardrobe or your office. It will stock anything ranging from gadgets such as alarm clocks and umbrellas to stationery items such as notebooks, pens and picture albums and from items like simple bedroom furniture to furnishings and storage units.