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Glasgow has a plethora of places to shop! You can literally find shops of all kinds, big and small, high street and independent, dotted throughout the city. The Merchant city is the place to go for designer stores, quality jewellery and homeware shops, and high-end department stores.

Glasgow’s Style Mile” is so called due to the sheer volume of shops including well known stores and various shopping arcades. Shopping streets include Buchanan Street, Sauchiehall Street, Argyle Street, and Ingram Street and all are generally closed to traffic for ease of getting around.

Family Shopping. Happy People With Child Carrying Bags, Walking In Modern Mall. High Resolution.

Independent Shopping

So many cities now offer the same high street names that shopping can occasionally lose its appeal. If you are drawn to unusual, quality independent shops, Glasgow will not disappoint.

Top of our list of where to go to get the best of Scottish arts, crafts and interesting clothing and gifts include The Hidden Lane, 28 Langside and De Courcy’s Arcade. More info below.

In Finnieston the vibe is all about cool, boho and hipster. Here you’ll find ‘The Hidden Lane’ and surrounds full of independent coffee shops, shops, and galleries Artists. If you’ve a creative eye, this area is worth the visit.

In the West end of Glasgow and down an alley way you’ll find De Courcy’s arcade. Discover some unusual Jewellery, vintage clothing, art, and homewares. For opening hours just check on the link above.

The Barras Market

The Barras is a Glaswegian institution that has survived years of change and remains popular with locals and visitors looking for a bargain. Be prepared for some great banter with the locals along the way! Open every weekend at the east end of the city.

28 Langside

Ceramics, handmade greeting cards and beautiful artisan products are available to buy here. Head over to their Instagram page to look before you go.

High Street Shopping

Who needs an excuse to go shopping? Retail therapy is back with a bang on the high street and in Glasgow there are dozens of well-known high-street names located in well populated shopping centres including St. Enoch Centre, Princes Square, Buchanan Galleries and the Argyll arcade which is especially well known for jewellers and diamond merchants.

Located next to Queen Street station, you’ll find this centre on the corner of Sauchiehall Street and Buchanan Street, the Buchanan Galleries have over 80 brands that you’ll love and is also home to John Lewis in Glasgow. enjoy splashing the cash in over 80 shops.

Open since 1988, the Princes Square Shopping Centre is located on Buchanan Street. In 2016 it was named as “Scotland’s Favourite Building” as part of architects ‘Scotstyle’ competition. Shops are open daily, and all restaurants and bars open until midnight.

Glasgow Fort

Get outta town and visit Glasgow Fort Shopping Centre. It houses over 100 retail stores, food outlets and a cinema. Car parking space is also plentiful if you need to drive there.

Braehead

Braehead shopping centre is one of the busiest shopping centres in Glasgow. We love it for its equitable and inclusive policies towards individuals with special needs such as people living with autism or Alzheimer’s, where they offer quiet hours each week.

Style Mile

The Glasgow style mile is often mentioned when the subject of shopping in Glasgow comes up. It refers to an area filled with shopping centres and flagship stores centred around Buchanan Street, Argyle Street and Sauchiehall Street. The area offers everything a savvy shopper could want to buy.

Silverburn

You’ll find Silverburn on the Braehead Road, and inside a wide range of retail, leisure, and dining options to Here is where you’ll find your favourite stores and fashion brands in Glasgow.

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