Glasgow Shopping

You'll find the mark of the fashion industry on Glasgow's hottest shopping streets. In the Merchant City, Ingram Street is lined on either side by high-fashion and designer outlets like Cruise. Buchanan Street, in the City Centre, is home to many chains geared toward younger people, including Diesel, Monsoon, and USC, and malls like the elegant Princes Square and Buchanan Galleries. The adjacent

Argyle Street Arcade is filled with jewelry stores. Antiques tend be found on and around West Regent Street in the City Centre. The West End has a number of small shops selling crafts, vintage clothing, and trendier fashions—punctuated by innumerable cafés and restaurants. The university dominates the area around West End, and many shops cater to students.

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Argyle Street

  • Shopping Neighborhoods

On the often-crowded pedestrian area of Argyle Street you'll find chain stores like Debenham's and some of the more popular and less...

Argyll Arcade

  • Jewelry/Accessories

An interesting diversion off Argyle Street is the covered Argyll Arcade, the region's largest collection of jewelers under one roof.

Barras

  • Outdoor/Flea/Green Markets

Scotland's largest indoor market—named for the barrows, or pushcarts, formerly used by the stallholders—prides itself on selling...

Buchanan Galleries

  • Shopping Centers/Malls

Next to the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Buchanan Galleries is packed with more than 80 high-quality shops. Its top attraction is the...

Buchanan Street

  • Shopping Neighborhoods

This pedestrian-only street has become increasingly upmarket, with Monsoon, Topshop, Burberry, Jaeger, Pretty Green, and All Saints as...

Caledonia Books

  • Books/Stationery

This well-organized and well-stocked secondhand bookstore fills the gap left by the departure of other bookstores. The owners are knowledgeable...

Cass Art Store

  • Crafts

One of the country's largest suppliers of art and craft materials operates this store near the Glasgow Gallery of Modern Art. There's...

Charles Clinkard

  • Shoes/Luggage/Leather Goods

This traditional shoe store—a rare thing these days—has an impressive range of choices, often unusual lines, principally for women...

Compass Gallery

  • Art Galleries

The gallery is something of an institution, having opened in 1969 to provide space for young and unknown artists—a role it continues.

Cruise

  • Clothing

As one of the first haute couture stores in central Glasgow, Cruise can claim to have launched a new commercial era in the city. It now...

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