Get your Glas-rags on! We’re on the hunt for bargains and treasures in Glasgow. Whether it’s designer garb in Princess Square, a real Scottish kilt or vintage wonders, there’s lots of places to shop til you drop by the Clyde.
High fashion

High Fashion

Love a bit of haute couture? Glasgow won’t let you down. First, head to Princes Square to enjoy designer boutiques like Kurt Geiger, Radley and French Connection. MacGregor and MacDuff are the place to head for genuine Scottish kilts, tweed and tartan; we’ll leave it up to you to decide what you’re wearing underneath...

Princess Square
Vintage

Vintage

Glasgow’s rich history makes it perfect for getting your hands on some vintage fashion. Mr Ben’s emporium has historical uniforms, period dresses and 60’s / 70’s fashion, while Glad Rags Glasgow are a not-for-profit cooperative and well worth a visit. The Glasgow Vintage Flea Market is also a fantastic place to spot a bargain on the last Sunday of each month.


Glasgow Vintage Flea Market
Gifts

Gifts

Want to bring home something unusual gifts? The Hidden Lane has a community of artists, musicians, craftspeople, jewellers and more selling their wares. Building on Glasgow’s art and design heritage, the Gallery of Modern Art’s shop is worthwhile or, if you want to grab a tartan handbag or a Nessie toy, Tartan Plus has it all Loch’d down!


The Hidden Lane
Board game

Kids

Looking for some clothes for the wee ones?  Glasgow has some wonderful boutiques for the smaller human; drop into Petite Pomme and Little Wishes for tiny togs in a range of styles! If it’s toys you’re after, children’s favourite Hamley’s have a branch in Glasgow and never disappoint.
Hamley's
I.J. Mellis artisanal and farmhouse cheeses

Food & Drink

For the cheese lover, I.J. Mellis artisanal and farmhouse cheeses take some beating. If you’re in the market for something much sweeter, then it’s time to visit Kimbles chocolate shop. Just remember to stock up on their beautiful luxury chocs!. The interestingly named Valhalla’s Goat has your craft beer, boutique wines and specialist whiskey needs covered nicely.


Kimbles
De Courcy’s Arcade Glasgow

Local Crafts

If you’re after something truly unique, you need to know where to go. De Courcy’s Arcade, found near the West End, is unassuming on the outside, but inside you’ll find various wears, from candles and cards to clothing and cafes! There’s a little something for everyone here.


De Courcy’s Arcade

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