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Where to buy clothes in London?

Hi guys, wanted some tips of good places to shop clothes in London for good prices (cost benefit). I am planning to buy a nice trench coat as a gift for my girlfriend and a pair of shoes for me (classic nice shoes that locals use). Cheers

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  • Bridget R.

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    Primark! It's very trendy clothes at a reasonable cost. Not as high quality, but perfect for buying clothes while abroad.

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  • Jacqui Travels

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    Hi Vini!

    New Oxford St is one of London's most famous shopping districts. It's a long street that spans for several kms. On this street you will find stores such as New Look, Zara, H&M, Oasis, Reiss and Top Shop. Some of these stores will frequently change and update their stock depending on fashion trends, and a (decent quality) coat could cost you £60 - £100. However you can also try the department stores like M&S (Marks & Spencer), John Lewis, Debenhams and House of Fraser. M&S has good quality and decently priced autumn and winter coats.

    Good luck!

    Jacqui

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      Hi Jacqui, thanks a lot!! Didn't know about M&S! · (0 likelikes)

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  • Rachel Grant

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    It depends on your budget. If you want the best trench coat, then I'd say head to the Burberry store on Regent Street, but if you're looking for something more high street, then maybe the Westfield London in Shepherds Bush which has all the standard high street stores, as well as a designer store area and would give you the widest choice of outlets.

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  • chloe d

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    Zara and Next are nice stores for both men and women. Real cost effective would be primark. But decent stuff for your buck or in this case pound would definitely be Next. Head over to oxford street or westfields. Pack to the brim with every store u could possibly need and big selection.

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  • nako neko

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    Please try Debenhams on oxford street, not far from Marks & Spencer.

    it is trendy and reasonable prices

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