Clothes Shops

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Frou Frou

36A Thistle Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1XD

Some women save special undies for special occasions, some never wear anything that isn’t silk. Whichever camp you fall into you will enjoy Frou Frou. Owner Barbara Jessen-Bruun is passionate about luxury lingerie and will enthuse about it for as long…

One By One Store

70A Berwick Street, London, W1F 8TA

One By One store is located two minutes walk from Oxford Street tube station. The store is over two floors, the ground floor stocking unisex street wear while the lower ground/basement is home to an open plan tattoo lounge area. We currently have…


49 Rose Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1UB

Opened in 2005, menswear shop 6972 is popular with the kind of Aberdeen men who want to buy their clothes somewhere a little more exciting than Marks & Spencer, Frasers or local department store E & M. With suits by Oswald Boateng, Corneliani…


48 Princes Street, Edinburgh, EH2 2YJ

It was a little disappointing when the oldest department store in the UK was bought over by the House of Fraser, but thankfully the 168-year-old shrine to well-heeled shopping hasn't been disturbed by the purchase too much. Quality is the watchword…

Joey D

54 Broughton Street, Edinburgh, EH1 3SA

Local designer Joey D's clothes are remade and recycled from old items of clothing. Boiler suits, army tunics and tweed jackets are embellished and tweaked into styles that vary from clubby to downright flamboyant. Make sure you take a wander through…


4 Lady Lawson Street, Edinburgh, EH3 9DS

Boardwise has the technical know-how and the kit for those dedicated to snow sports, skateboarding and surfing. The three-fold sports shop stocks everything from shiny new equipment from makers such as Burton, NSP and Sector 9 to practical accessories…


29 Cockburn Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1BP

Pretty cotton print frocks, brief, patterned smocks and edgy T-shirts from the likes of Eucalpytus, Yamama, Ruby Walk and Sugarhill. Certainly at the top end of the Cockburn Street price range, but still that little bit more affordable than anywhere…


94 George Street, Edinburgh, EH2 3DF

Specialising in Italian, French and American couture, Cruise opened the doors of its first shop in Edinburgh over 20 years ago. Considering there are now four branches of the popular designer store in the capital alone, you could say the minimalist…

Dr Jives

111-113 Candleriggs, Glasgow, G1 1NP

Dr Jives is the place for the independent label lover and anyone looking to put their best, fashionable foot ahead of the crowd. Launched in 1987 as a vintage men's clothing store, the Merchant City boutique suffered a hiccup in 2004 when it announced…


47 George Street, Edinburgh, EH2 2HT


Unit 34, Buchanan Galleries, 220 Buchanan Street, Glasgow, G1 2FF Scotland

Glasgow can lay claim to one of two Mango outlets in Scotland, so if you're not willing to travel to Dundee, the place to get your Spanish style lies within Buchanan Galleries. Simply presented women's fashions span two floors and feature a mix of…

The Polo Lounge

84 Wilson Street, Glasgow, G1 1UZ

Polo Lounge is Glasgow’s (and some say Europe’s) best gay and lesbian party. Located in the Merchant City, Polo has an enviable reputation of offering outstanding entertainment. Polo really does offer attitude free clubbing and after years of success…