Shopping

The shop of interest

The shop of interest is one of those welcoming places that’s packed full of small and not-so-small gifts and treats.

Buchanan Galleries

OK, there are lots of shops to explore here, but the main attraction is obviously the LEGO and Build a Bear stores.

Cookie

Cockburn Street, just paces from Waverley station, is packed with quirky shops selling things that are a little outside the norm.

The Arches

If you’ve ever walked down East Market Street, you probably didn’t pay that much attention. There’s never been much going on here – until now.

Kinloch Anderson

While you’re down at the shore, pop in to Kinloch Anderson – Kiltmakers to the Queen.

W. Armstrong & Son Vintage

‘Who wore it better’ just doesn’t happen when you shop vintage. The chances of someone wearing the same outfit as you: virtually zero.

Argyll Arcade

If diamonds are indeed forever, then the Argyll Arcade is really just at the start of its life, despite having been around for almost two centuries.

Glasgow Style Mile

Glasgow’s Style Mile stretches across the heart of the city — with Buchanan Street joining Sauchiehall Street and Argyle Street to form what’s often called the Golden Z.

Walker Slater

There’s a timeless elegance about tweed clothing. It’s one of these rare things that can be classic and modern at the same time.

Anthropologie

With so much on offer at Anthropologie, it’s hard to describe without simply listing the contents of the store: ladies clothing, house and home, furniture, beauty and fragrance.