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Boxpark & Redchurch Street

The most hip shopping district and one of our favorites, this shopping hot spot is a must visit! It has small neighborhood city flavor, and the best part is the mix of mostly independent boutiques but a good handful of some favorite national chains. BOXPARK is a pop up "mall" or collection of stores which are in shipping crates! Hence the name "boxpark"! From men's and women's fashion and accessories to great eateries there are lots of treasures to be found in BOXPARK! Continue shopping just a block over on Redchurch street which keeps the 'independent boutique with a few chains' theme. 

Location: BOXPARK is on Bethnal Green Rd. and Redchurch is a block north from Shorditch High Street to Bethnal Green Rd.

Size: Medium (20-50)

Looking to spend: $$-$$$

Tube Station: the closest Underground (TFL) station is Liverpool Street, but the National Rail Shoreditch High Street Station is right next to BOXPARK


Chiltern Street

This shopping district is not a too well known shopping spot, but with the unbeatable selection of small designers and local boutiques it is by far one of our favorite shopping spots in London. Only a block long, Chiltern Street packs a lot of punch! Men and women, get up to snuff on your fashion with quality suits and evening gowns, everyday wear, and tip top designed shoes. Getting married? The bridal boutiques are your one stop shop for finding the perfect dress. Located in Marylebone this is a must visit shopping spot!

Location: in Marylebone on Chiltern Street from Dorest Street to Blandford Street

Size: medium (20-50)

Looking to spend: $$$

Tube Station: Baker Street is the closest station

Covent Garden (+) & Seven Dials

Seven Dials are 7 streets connected by a roundabout that is known for its great selection of independent boutiques as well as independent and well known shoe stores. Inside the web of streets there are more pedestrian friendly streets and yards with more great boutiques and eateries! Heading south from Seven Dials is Covent Gardens and the shopping streets. Covent Gardens is a great place to grab a bite to eat, explore unique gift shops, find handmade one of a kind jewelry, and stock up on all the latest fashion.   

Location: in Covent Gardens Seven Dials (look at map), along Neal Street, Long Acre, Floral Street, James Street which connects to Covent Gardens. All streets that connect Long Acre and Floral Street have more shopping!

Size: both together huge (>150)

Looking to spend: $$-$$$

Tube Stations: Covent Gardens

Notting Hill

In Notting Hill on Westbourne Grove there are independent boutiques as well as more well known chains. Continue shopping on Portobello where the Portobello Road Market takes place daily with local and unique stalls selling various fashionable, eatable, antique, and decorative goods! The busy days for the market are Friday thru Sunday and the rest of week the street is a bit more quiet and the brick-and-mortar stores resume normal hours. Head down Ledbury road for more independent & chain boutiques and well as some great eateries!

Location: in Notting Hill on Westbourne Grove from Westbourne Grove Mews to Colville Road. Along Portobello from

Size: large (50-150)

Looking to spend: $$-$$$

Tube Station: closest station is Ladbroke Grove, about 2 blocks away from Portobello

JerMyn Street

Known for its quality and quantity of mens bespoke suites and shirts this shopping district will get the men looking tip top! Just blocks away from Old Bond and Regent Street, this shopping district has London's finest men's tailors, leather suppliers, shirt makers, and more. Though this area is known for its menswear there are a handful of women's boutiques as well.  

Location: In St. James on Jermyn Street from Regent Street to St James's Street

Size: medium (20-50)

Looking to spend: $$$$

Tube Stations: Piccadilly Circus & Green Park

Kings Road

In the ever so trendy neighborhood of Chelsea, Kings Road is the place to shop. This shopping district has a mix of local, departments, national, and international stores. The further away from Sloan Street you go the more unique and local the selection of stores become. The Duke of York Square marks the start of the shopping district on Kings Road. The Duke of York Square has over 25 fashion and household stores which include international favorites like Club Monaco and Zara. 

Location: in Chelsea on Kings Road from Lower Sloan Street to Chelsea Manor Street

Size: large (50-150)

Looking to spend: $$-$$$

Tube Stations: Sloan Square

Carnaby Street (+)

By far one of the cutest shopping districts, Carnaby Street is just two blocks away from Regent Street. Once a 60's hippy revolution epicenter, this shopping district is a pedestrians only street with big brand names as well as local boutiques. Off of Carnaby Street is Foubert's Place and paralleling Carnaby to the east is Newburgh Street. Both of these streets as well as those connecting them have great shopping! Hungry? Stop into Kingly Court, off Ganton Street, for some great English eateries!  

Location: In Carnaby on Carnaby Street, Foubert's Place, and Newburgh Street

Size: large (50-100)

Looking to Spend: $$-$$$

Tube Stations: closest is Oxford Circus

KnightsBridge, Brompton Rd & Sloan Street 

Looking to shop a mix of high street boutiques as well as international chain stores like Top Shop & Kipling? Then this shopping district is just the place for you. Along Knightsbridge which turns into Brompton road not only is the street lined with designers and chain stores Harrods Department store holds many more designer names. Walk down Sloan street for strictly designer and couture labels. 

Location: in Knightsbridge along Knightsbridge/Brompton Rd. from Sloan Street to B319, and from Sloan Street from Knightsbridge to where Cadogan Place intersects.

Size: large (50-150)

Looking to spend: $$-$$$$

Tube Station: Knightsbridge

New & Old Bond Street

Just a block south of Oxford Street is New Bond Street which eventually turns into Old Bond Street. Bond Street is London's famous shopping street for all things designer and Couture. Walking along Bond you will find all the well known international designers as well as long time English staples. Where Bond dead-ends into Piccadilly the unique Burlington Arcade continues the shopping spree with unique London labels and jewelers. 

Location: in Mayfair on New Bond from Oxford Street to where Old Bond ends into Piccadilly. 

Size: huge (>150)

Looking to Spend: $$$-$$$$

Tube Stations: Bond Street (closest), Oxford Circus, Green Park (2nd closest), Piccadilly Circus

Oxford, Regent, & S Molton Street

Oxford Street is to London as Magnificent Mile is to Chicago, but add Regent Street and S Molton Street you have a shoptopia with days worth of shopping! These three street combined has every international and national brand name you could ever want and sometimes multiple of the same brand! Also along Oxford street lies three of London's largest department stores Selfridges, John Lewis and Debenhams. Walk down S Molton for lesser known chains. Wear comfortable shoes and be ready to walk!

Location: in Mayfair on Oxford Street from Marble Arch to about Newman Street. On Regent Street from Oxford to Piccadilly. On S Molton from Oxford to Brook St.

Size: huge (>150)

Looking to spend: $$-$$$ (look at currency rates)

Tube Stations: Marble Arch, Bond Street, Oxford Circus, Piccadilly Circus


  • Mount Street: Mount street is a beautiful area with amazing architecture and beautiful gardens. In Mayfair from about where Rex Place intersects Mount Street to where Mount Street dead-ends into Davies Street you will find well known designer boutiques. This shopping district prides itself with their chic selection of well known designers and staple English couture as well as fancy cafes and restaurants. Size: medium (20-50) Looking to spend: $$$$  
  • Lamb's Conduit Street: One of the cutest little streets around, this shopping spot is small but has a handful of independent boutiques and a few international chains. A great place for guys to spruce up their style, for finding one of a kind decorations for the house and for women to get that classic London look! Size: medium (20-50) Looking to spend: $$-$$$
  • Berwick Street: right off the shopping behemoth, Oxford Street, Berwick Street host a mix of independent and small chain stores. Here you can find great vintage shops and on-trend stores. This shopping street is also a great spot to find some new one-of-a-kind pair of shoes. We recommend stopping in Underground for UK inspired shoes! Size: medium (20-50) Looking to spend: $$$