6 Spots For a Budget Shopping in London

As you know, London is full of expensive boutiques and designer stores, but actually, there is no need to spend much money even if you are looking for casual or original clothes and accessories. London also offers a variety of cheap shops, where you can choose lots of interesting goods without breaking your budget. Here are several money-saving places for shoppers in London.

& Other Stories

& Other Stories specializes in high-fashion stylish clothing. This spacious two-story shop is located at the crossroads of Oxford Street and Regent Street, which are known for their expensive boutiques of clothing and accessories. Its assortment includes cosmetics, underwear, clothing, shoes and accessories.
& Other Stories belongs to world-known H&M Company, but it’s focused mainly on thrifty buyers.
The stylish clothing of ‘& Other Stories’ is created by over 30 designers from all over Europe which makes it very popular among fashion fans.
Address: 256-258 Regent St
Operating hours: Monday-Friday 10am-9pm, Saturday 10am-8pm, Sunday 12pm-6pm


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Muji is a Japanese conceptual shop which has long been one of the most favorite spots of Londoners. Lots of people like to compare it with the IKEA Markets, because you can find there absolutely everything you need. Muji provides you a wide choice of clothing (from jackets to pajamas), cosmetics, shoes, different useful gadgets (umbrellas, alarm clocks) as well as laptop bags and stationery.
Generally, Muji is the place where you can purchase simple, practical and functional goods for the office or home.
Address: 37-38 Long Acre
Operating hours: Monday-Saturday 10am-8pm, Sunday 12pm-6pm


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This huge shop occupies about 6503 square meters and offers a huge selection of clothing at incredibly low prices. Well, where else you can find, for example, jackets for £12, skirts for £8, bathing suits for £3-4 and T-shirts for £1-2?  This is one of the few London’s shops where you can spend about £50, but get out of the store with a huge paper bags full of new purchases.
Another great advantage of Primark is that the store (in addition to the low rates) also provides extra-discounts on certain products of 50-70%.
Address: 499-517 Oxford St
Operating hours: Monday-Saturday 8am-10pm, Sunday 11.30am-6pm


Zara Company is represented in London for about 10 years the shop at the corner of New Bond Street and Oxford Street is the largest one in Europe. Zara closely monitors the latest trends of the world podiums and quickly implements them in their collections. Moreover, its designers pay a lot of attention to the selection of fabrics for the collections. That’s why you can buy there a really high-quality, stylish clothes for a pretty reasonable price (for example, a blouse will cost you about £27).
Zara offers an excellent collection of clothes both for everyday fashion looks, and for special events. All clothing of this brand is practical, stylish and trendy.
Address: 49 333 Oxford St
Operating hours: Monday-Saturday 9.30am-9pm, Sunday 12pm-6pm


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Monki is exclusively Swedish brand and a perfect choice for young and bold fashionistas who are searching for their own style. Its designers like to combine modern fashion trends with pure Scandinavian models, lines and colors. As a result, you will find a lot of bright accents and prints in Monki’s collections. To complete a full image, pay attention to accessories – wallets, bags and interesting hats with cheerful inscriptions. The prices will delight you and your budget: dresses are from £20 to £35, jackets and coats from £50 to £75.
Address: 37-39 Carnaby St
Operating hours: Monday-Saturday 10am-8pm, Sunday 12pm-6pm


This shop is just created for a pleasant shopping: large fitting rooms, lovely background music and a huge selection of clothing. H&M is a six-level store with a clear distribution of what and where can you buy.
H&M is a paradise for lovers of casual-style clothing. For example, a black sweater with a V-neck will cost you just £8, knitted dress with a flared skirt and ¾ sleeves – £13, stretch tapered jeans – £15.
Address: 234 Regent St
Operating hours: Monday-Saturday 9am-9.30pm, Sunday 11.30am-6pm


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So, these were London’s TOP 6 spots for budget shoppers.
Do you want to visit all of them at once? No problem! Just get a rental car and enjoy your most incredible shopping in London!

Author Bio: Lily Berns is a travel writer, she enjoys sharing her travel writing and photography with various blogs online. For reaching more comfort on your traveling she suggests to rent a car using rental24h.com


  1. I really love H&M. They are finally getting one in the mall I shop at. Wahoo! You should head over to Family Joy Blog Link Up and link this up. Check it out


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