A Guide to Making Your Shopping Easy at Oxford Street

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London is a great place for shopping with Oxford Street being the main shopping attraction of the city. Starting at Marble Arch, the long street stretches towards Tottenham Court Road with an endless number of shops with Topshop being an absolute must-visit as the branch here is the largest clothes shop in Europe. A giant New Look close to Marble Arch offers more great value clothes. Oxford Street shopping is the main London shopping avenue and is unrivalled for offering cheap high street shopping and jumbo department stores. You can get lost in the maze of shops unless you study a guide to be able to ascertain where to go for the items that you need.

There are three key stretches of Oxford Street and knowing what is located where will certainly help in Oxford Street shopping. The first stretch is from Marble Arch to Bond Street in which Selfridges is a shopper’s paradise and Primark offers affordable fast fashion items. The other shops in this stretch include Forever 21, the US chain store that offers cheerful clothing for the late teens or early twenties; Marks & Spencer which is the largest outlet of the store in the country; New Look that offers great bargains; Primark which is famous for cheap clothing and accessories; River Island offering fast fashion items, shoe line, men’s wear and leather jackets; Russell & Bromley where the shoes speak for themselves; and Selfridges, which is the first port of call for stylish one-stop shopping.


The second stretch is from Bond Street to Oxford Circus which offers BHS which is the poor man of department store shopping; Debenhams which brings fashion shopping to everyday customer; H&M which is the Swedish giant of cheap, fashion trends in women’s, kids’ and men’s ranges; House of Fraser which is a reliable department store; Gap which is an American casual clothing giant; John Lewis which is one of the most respected and liked shops in Britain; Pull & Bear which is the latest Spanish brand in the city; and Zara which is also a Spanish high street chain.

The third stretch is from Oxford Circus to Tottenham Court Road which offers American Apparel, Intimissimi, Next, Nike Town, Topshop and Uniqlo.

Knowledge is power and as such if you know as to what is located where, it will be easy for you to do your Oxford Street shopping.