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West End, London
214 Oxford Street, Fitzrovia, London W1C 1DA
- Oxford Circus Tube Station (<0.1 km)
- Bond Street Tube Station (0.5 km)
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020 7636 7700
3rd Floor Duru House, 101 Commercial Road, London E1 1RD
“We are a fashion and corporate dressing accessories supply project, we retail excellent value and durable products such as cufflinks, ties, sun glasses, and pure leather belts etc.. for men as well as jewelries, scarves and hand bags etc.. for...” more...
95 reviews of Topshop in English
Having been so impressed with their clothes, I told my friend and she said that Miss Patina are also online. website is great!! http://misspatina.bigcartel.com/# Check it out!! :D xx
Very large in size, spread over 3 floors also has a starbucks and a barbers inside staff are very friendly and always have my sizes in stock !
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Ah which girl doesn't?! They have brilliant clothes for fairly decent prices. My favourite thing about this shop is their jewellery!! They have everything i like in this section of the store, the weirdest, funkiest, coolest and most unique items - this is one of my favourite shops ever.
One of the best stores in London!!Especially, it would be amazing if you could catch some special discounts!!I’m very much looking forward to visiting Top Shop soon…Whenever I visit this store, I’m full of energy.. Highly Recommended!
Sometimes visiting Topshop on Oxford Circus is a tad overwhelming as it does get rather hectic, but the products in here are great. I often find my size sells out very fast in this branch, so I often visit other smaller ones like the one in Knightsbridge where it’s not so crazy or just order online.
I just LOVE this shop!
If you have the opportunity to go to London, you really have to go there!
More than a shop, it's a Museum. 5 amazing floors, it definitly is the place to be (especially if you're a stranger like me, you're flabbergasted, you don't find such stores in France unfortunatelly).
You can find WHATEVER YOU WANT. The prices are ok, even though some clothes are a bit expensive. But the quality's good (I have t-shirts bought there, there are ... 4 years ago. And they still be ok even though I always wash them in the washing machine!).
For all the lovers of original, beautiful and vintage clothes!
Topshop is probably the most used meeting point in London - I often wonder how many times a day the words 'meet me outside Topshop' are uttered by Londoners and tourists alike. Its a fairly impressive store split over four floors (3 for Topshop and 1 for Topman) selling trendy high street clothes for girls and guys alike.
Don't expect much help from the staff, they aren't really there to 'assist' you, its much more of a 'browse, try and buy' kind of place. The dressing rooms queues get ridiculous at the weekend so if you DO want to head down there definitely do so before 12pm on the weekends or on a weekday if possible.
The prices are higher than somehwere like Miss Selfridge or H&M but the styles are always really ahead of the trend so if you can afford to pay that bit more its worth it. Don't expect the clothes to last forever - it is the high street after all - and DEFINITELY don't expect you've found a one of a kind. Often you'll find something you are relaly pleased with only to find 10 other girls at the checkout with the exact same item..
I feel quite bad about loving this shop. I feel even worse when I see all the protests against the business but still... But I can't help it. The concession part is simply brilliant and the events and pop-up they're organising all the time in the store are always cool. Besides, they have a Jelly Belly shop, which is simply +10 in my scale of evaluating a shop. Any store is improved with Jelly Bellies, as any food is improved with chocolate/bacon/both.
I love the vibe of this megastore and don't mind too much the teenagers. I get myself to focus on the clothes, handbags and pretty make up (I don't like shoes at Topshop, don't know why...) One of the worst things are the queues at peak times, specially in the bathrooms (I'm not going to say where the bathrooms are, many people don't even know they exist, so I'll keep the secret). There are other tills in different floors that maybe less crowded. Also, there are 2 EAT cafes, one on -2 floor and the other on 2nd floor. The former is bigger and nicer but the latter is much quieter. It's in front of a super cool barber shop. And there is free WiFi in the whole store :)
So let yourself go and succumb to the temptation of frenzied shopping. But not on a empty stomach, get your Jelly Bellies.
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Anne Hunt, 12 June 2011:
As Topshop's flagship store, the Oxford Street branch is absolutely huge. If you are intimidated by crowds, then this shop is not for you as it is always packed and can be quite a disorienting experience as there are things going on in all directions. In addition to Topshop branded products, there are also other designer ranges, a nail bar, sweet shop, cup cake stand and stalls offering glitter tattoos, make up etc. Despite being overwhelmed when you first walk in, if you have the time to look around properly then you will be able to find the perfect outfit or gift that you were looking for. It's probably best to have a look at their online store prior to visiting the shop because there are so many products that it can be very confusing! There is a lovely vintage section where you can buy some unusual items. It is very chaotic and busy, however, so not for the faint hearted shopper!
Topman is not somewhere I often go, I'm a girl so I don't really need to, but tonight I hopped along to check out their Stylist lounge.
The expanded men's area of the flagship store has ample room for a well-stocked suits department, casualwear, shoes and accessories and they've started stocking an edit of brands too, which they are calling their 'Superbrands'.
The stylist lounge is nestled between EAT and Sharps Barbers on the second floor and offers a stress-free area to be styled and waited on while the professionals do all the hard work for you.
A good idea that I'm sure will be rolled out across more stores soon. Oh, and pop in on the last Friday of each month where they will be hosting 'Fashion Fridays' with beer, DJs, discounts and freebies.
Very good shop to go if you want to buy fashion clothes. They also have a lot of nice bags, accessories and shoes. The price is quite expensive but the quality and style are great. The localisation of the shop is perfect, next to the Oxford circus station. You can't miss it.
Top shop is, from my point of view, a great place for finding accessories or cheap clothes and offers a good value for price.
It is perfect to hang around without really knowing what to buy. weakness: clothes don't really last...
I LOVE the concession part of this Topshop, but the rest of the shop is a bit of a nightmare, isn’t it? Too many annoying gaggles of teenagers (even when I’m sure they should be in school) and not enough changing rooms.
This Topshop is the biggest clothes shop in Europe, is that right? Then why do I have to queue for ages to try something on. I never do. If I have to queue, I never bother buying.
But if you leave me for too long in the accessories section, you’ll never get me out of there.
I’ll just make sure I come on a week day morning, and not the weekend.
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