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Stop by this place to stock up on the famed local varieties. There are free samples and you can watch them make the stuff.
This cute place is one of Glasgow's best destinations for vintage clothing, with a great selection of brands like Fred Perry, as well as more glam choices, on offer.
Splendid, jewellery-laden arcade doglegging between Buchanan and Argyle Sts.
At Glasgow’s legendary weekend flea market, the Barras on Gallowgate, cheap tat rules the roost these days but it’s still an intriguing stroll, as much for the assortment of local characters as what's on offer...
Set in a magnificent 1841 renovated square with an exuberant metal leaf facade. Beauty and fashion outlets including Vivienne Westwood.
Fashion junkies can procure relief at Emporio Armani among other boutiques here.
The place to head if you want to take some tartan home.
An excellent place to buy hiking boots, backpacks and military surplus gear.
A major bookshop, also sells guidebooks and street maps of Glasgow.
Huge number of contemporary clothing retailers.
You might have to elbow your way into this tightly-packed West End favourite, but it’s worth it for the always-intriguing and frequently-updated selection and fair prices.
Tucked away off Byres Road in a little market of second-hand and quirky shops, this offers online shopping as well as a fab range of in-store jewellery and well-kept clothes.
With a little more breathing room than some, this offers more relaxed browsing.
Supplier to Gleneagles Hotel and other top restaurants.
This claims to be Scotland’s largest secondhand bookshop, and has a great collection of Scottish and regional titles.
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