London is a great fashion hub. Companies from all over the world come to London to look at the fashion trends from here. If you still do not know London, here is where you will know where to buy cheap clothes.
The first must-see is Primark. It offers men’s, women’s, children’s wear, accessories and things for home.
Many people say that there is no quality however it is fair to say that some clothes there has quality and some other not, it all depends on what you buy. If you buy a cotton shirt for 3 pounds, do not expect it to last forever, right? I have skinny pants and a padded jacket that have lasted more than 3 years.
The cool thing is that you can buy accessories like bags, sandals, necessaries, bijoux and makeup at prices no more than £7! Best option for family gifts and friends gift when you get back to your hometown.
The second store is H&M, it also offers men’s and women’s fashion. H&M has a slightly higher price point than Primark but still offers a very good price. It has basic items such as t-shirts and knits and also offers fashion trends.
The third one I’m going to talk about is not my favourite, but usually men tend to like it a lot. TKMax is a network of outlets for women, men and home fashion. Their range of products goes from coats, shirts, jackets, tops until shoes. If you have patience to dig, you can find some cheap and quality items.
The last but not least is Sports Direct. As the name says, it’s a sports-focused store selling everything from sportswear, football shirts and suitcases.
Despite the cheap prices, it is important to think whether you will actually use what you have bought. If you are already living in London, you know that you do not have a giant closet where you can store a lot of unused stuff so, the best to do, is to make conscious purchases to not get overwhelmed with uselessness.
It’s worth noting that London doesn’t only sell cheap clothes. You can find a jacket from 15 pounds to 2000 pounds, the variety of prices, brands and quality is huge, it all depends on your budget and how much are you willing to spend.