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Updated by Alex Untola on Jan 26, 2015
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Top Shopping destinations in London – shopoholic’s essential guide

If you are a shopoholic of style, London is the place. If you are a Monopoly fan, you must have been familiar with Oxford Street and the type already. Take one whole day, if you look for a good shopping experience in London. Take time, and explore the city for its top destinations.
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Oxford Street

Oxford Street
Oxford is London's hub of shopping destinations. It is but a labyrinth with over 300 shops, designer outlets and landmark stores. Do not forget walk along its famous department stores in the calibre of John Lewis and Debanhams. But you will need a little bit of patience, as they are not located in one certain place. These department stores everywhere. If everything looks same and boring, do not be disappointed. Oxford Street has enough side streets such as St Christopher's Place. They will offer you something simple but extraordinary.
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Regent Street and Jermyn Street

Regent Street and Jermyn Street
Regent Street offers you an elegant shopping experience at a middle-path rate. Located close by is Jermyn Street, where you can find enough men's clothing shops. If you look for authentic British clothing, this is the ideal place. Some of those shops in Regent Street are among the oldest buildings in Britain. Jermyn Street has been well noted for famous shirt makers such as Benson & Clegg. If you are fond of the olden day Britain, you must not miss going to Jermyn Street.
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Bond Street and Mayfair

Bond Street and Mayfair
Bond Street and Mayfair are meant for the blueblood rich category. If you belong to that category, you should visit Bond Street and Mayfair. They are Britain's signatory shopping districts. It might not sound worth at times, but that is how these streets are: extravagant. This said, many celebrities frequently visit here on their shopping excursions. You will come across many big names such as Burberry, Louis Vuitton and Tiffany & Co. If you haven't got wads of money to dish out, just do some window-shopping to get an idea how the world's most grandiloquent shopping complexes function.
Metropolitan by COMO London
This is the shopper's ideal location. You get everything for normal rates. And you get to see almost everything available here. A Hotel in Park Lane London, this is where you can encounter London's busy life, while on your shopping spree.
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Westfield

Westfield
This is where you meet world-class brands such as Debenhams, Next, Marks & Spencer, House of Fraser, Louis Vuitton, Jimmy Choo, All Saints and Ted Baker. Westfield is one of the best places to go if you are a family man. The shopping complex is home to a cinema, gym, bars and several restaurants. Located in Westfield Stratford City, you will find at least 250 shops in addition to 70 dining venues. If you manage to get here, you have reached Europe's largest shopping mall.
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Carnaby Street

Carnaby Street
From Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus, it won't take much time to reach Carnaby Street. You will be walking along boutiques reading new brands and designer names. This offers you a somewhat metropolitan shopping experience.