Where to find the best clothes in Mayfair

Mayfair is an excellent place to visit when you’re staying in the capital. Filled with elegant Georgian houses, it’s an affluent area that offers plenty of options when it comes to shopping. Whether you want to stroll down the famous Saville Row lined with bespoke tailors or prefer to browse in independent boutiques, you’ll be able to find a style that catches your attention in Mayfair.

The Paddington region is close to beautiful Mayfair, so it’s only a short Underground journey from your Grand Park Grand London Paddington room until you can get started shopping. If you’re planning a trip to indulge in some new clothing purchases, these five outlets should be on your list of places to search.

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Wolf & Badger

There might be Wolf & Badger stores outside of the UK now, but the original boutique opened up right here in London to promote British luxury. The brand has made a name for itself offering independent fashion. Visitors to London staying at any of our hotels near Paddington Station can be at Wolf & Badger in less than 25 minutes on the Bakerloo line. Be sure to check out the other items offered besides fashion too; the brand has a great selection of jewellery, accessories and homeware.

Dover Street Market

You can’t make a fashion shopping trip in Mayfair without visiting Dover Street Market. The high fashion brand is a mecca for fashionistas and it’s been operating for over a century. The flowing spaces are filled with some of the most desirable labels on the market, such as Balenciaga, Saint Laurent, Valentino, The Row, and Junya Watanabe. If you’re looking to treat yourself to a shopping splurge and have a coveted item to treasure, this is the ultimate shopping destination for you.

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Duke Street Emporium

Located on the street that gives this store its name, The Duke Street Emporium features a multitude of brands to explore. From the  Park Grand London Paddington, it’s easiest to use the Central Tube line to get to this shopping destination. It has a mixture of the high-end, high street designers you’d expect but also boasts a range of smaller, lesser known designers to discover.

Burlington Arcade

It might not be an individual shop you can visit but the Burlington Arcade means you have plenty to browse all under one roof. There are lots of clothing boutiques to head into, as well as upmarket jewellers, antique dealers and much more. Among the stores to visit if you’re looking for a fashion purchase are Vilebrequin, House of Cashmere, Zoe Jordan, Eres, and La Perla.

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