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Clothes Shops, Shoe Shops, Fashion and Bargains in Ealing, Greater London*

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  • Oxfam Music and Oxfam Books at the Broadway end of St. Marys Rd.
  • Unfortunatly no, limited selection of indies'. Ealing is a shopping hub containing most of the major outlets, the only indis' of note are on the ground floor of the Arcadia centre. Good Urban styles, mixed gender, all seasons.
  • people dont realise in acrcadia theres a next to nothing shop. these are the items of next that got pushed here at reduced prices. Always worth checking out. Though west ealings better for slightly cheaper ware than the usuals in ealing broadway.
  • Central Park! Near to Coffee Republic, Burger King in Ealing Broadway... it's all quite cheap anyway, but if you go down into the basement, it's all 2, a lot is trash but I keep finding really wonderful stuff, like huge purple flares, denim jacket...
  • MOIST in the Arcadia Centre is the only decent clothes shop in Ealing. It's fucking cool. They have great clothes for guys and girls and sell stuff like Atticus, Bench, Dickies, Eastpak, Goldigga, Hooch, Meatandcheese, Pash, Paul Frank and loads more. No where to get skateboards though, hae to go to Kingston or Camden for that.
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  • Many high street shops scattered around Ealing Broadway including Beales Dept. Store. Uxbridge offers H&M if you'd rather not venture into city.
  • Not amazing for male shopping - Moist in the Arcadia isn't bad, bit expensive though
  • oxfam is cool paul smith suit for 50quid!!!!! yaaaaaaaaaaayyy
  • oxfam is cool paul smith suit for 50quid!!!!! yaaaaaaaaaaayyy
  • T.K.Maxx
  • is you bleedin blind!!!!!!!!!!!!! suppose you wouldn't be redin this if yer were
  • The Mens Branch in the newly re-named Beales Dept.Store (formerly Bentalls')on the ground floor aspires to Designer ranges.Its one of the most insipid depts Ive seen. "Club"and "Dance"music constantly play with no variation, items are priced to the sky,the staff are a mixture of Are you being served types and shaven headed rastas. The tarty perfume counter adjacent and prowling security give and uncomfortable ambience. To a prosperous middle aged middle class guy just looking for reasonable priced smart gear the place is a real turn off.
  • Apart from the usual high street stores, check out 'Next to Nothing' in the Arcadia centre. Next seconds and last years stock at ridiculously low prices. Best if your size 8 or 18.
  • very mally none on really great value
  • Ealing DOES cater for men's fashion. Pie2 for a start (up from WHSmith's)Then there's Baron Jon and a few more clothes shops in the Broadway Centre. Ealing caters for smart business-wear (Suits You for example) and casual-wear (Sonico Jeans Centre etc.) and then granny's favourites M&S and Bentalls.
  • All the ladies' favourites - Kookai, Miss Selfridge, Principles, etc. Bugger all for the lads though - typical.
  • The NEXT store in the mall near the Ealing Broadway station is really good and has really nice linens for yer bedroom. Also the BHS in West Ealing is really nice - more colourful and only a quid or so cheaper than Marks and Spenser.

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Last updated: 2009-07-13

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