If you Love Shopping and want to buy some thing special then you are on right place. In this post I will share with you top 3 “cheap shopping places in London 2018”. including Thomas farthing, Old Spitalfields Market, Harrods.
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Shopping Place # 1 : Thomas Farthing
Thomas Farthing – Gentlemen Shopping London
Thomas farthing is specifically for men with style among us. If you’re in London looking for gentlemen wear, then you should definitely stop by again when Thomas Farthing. Here you get everything needed to hit the fashion-conscious men’s heart beat faster.
Clothing and accessories for the noble man
If you like the British “noble” fashion style, then you is right here. Here you get of suits or jackets to properly cool leather bags pretty much everything you can imagine: pants, sweaters, hut, ties, jackets, shoes, cufflinks, sunglasses and much more. The collections are inspired by the style of the 20s. The fashion pieces are in really good quality: Here is still a lot of work with leather, silk and high quality cotton or wool. Prices are according to the quality, but not definitely overpriced. From time to time the store has also great offers on sale.
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Shopping Place # 2 : Old Spitalfields Market
The offers of Old Spitalfields Market
The Old Spitalfields Market is a market where you can buy a whole lot. In fact, the emphasis is more on shopping than on the sale of food and eating, as for example when Borough Market is the case. If you’re looking for clothes, you are right on this market in any case. Besides clothes, the market also offers art and objets d’art, accessories, decorations, music (CDs, records) and many other interesting things smaller. The market is worth it for those who like to browse. Most dealers offer this really good stuff, which are also high. Compared to Camden as the stands in my opinion much more serious, the quality is sometimes better. However, prices are largely the same.
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Shopping Place # 3 : Harrods
How to get to Harrods? What are the opening times?
The classy department store located in Brompton Road in the district Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, a stone’s throw from Hyde Park. With the Underground you reach the Harrods best by you at the station Knightsbridge – this station is a station of the Piccadilly Line. (Blue). By bus you come there too, the line 14, 74, 414, C1 and the night buses N74 and N97. With the C1, it takes from / to Victoria station only about 10 minutes. The department store has the following opening times: 00 Clock: Weekdays 10: 00-20: 00 clock, Sundays from 11: 30-18. Important to know is that we must take no larger luggage or pockets into it here. It is also possible that you will not be admitted in inappropriate clothing, something I have not yet experienced it personally, even with shorts and flip-flops not.