Monday, 15, January 2018

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January Sales in London

Treat yourself to a little retail therapy with our guide to the best sales across the capital

 As the hectic feelings associated with Christmas subside, it’s time to treat yourself to a little retail therapy with our guide to the best sales across the capital


There’s no better way to way to rid yourself of the January blues than with a trip to London to browse the best sales the capital has to offer. We’ve put together our favourite places to bag yourself a bargain.



Just a stone’s throw from The Marylebone sits perhaps the world’s most famous toyshop, Hamleys. After the chaos of Christmas at this temple to all things toys that can be seen spilling out onto Regent’s street in the run-up to the festive season, this year Hamleys are holding its biggest ever ‘Super Sale’ throughout January. There’s something for everyone with up to 50% off well-known brands like Tyler the Tiger, Lego Star Wars and of course Hamleys own top-quality toy brand.




How could anyone talk about January sales without talking about Harrods. The perfect place to bag a designer bargain, the capital’s most famous department store will be offering up to 50% off handbags, women’s shoes beauty and homewares throughout January. Just down the road from The Kensington, you’d be mad not to get in on the action.




Carrying on the department store trend, if you’re in the market for designer apparel, Selfridges should be your one stop shop. Just down the road from The Marylebone, this Oxford Street giant is the perfect place to indulge yourself with their usual January bargain bonanza.



Westfield Shopping Centre

Head west from The Kensington and treat yourself to a day working your way around the halls packed with designer deals. Breathe new life into your home with 50% off at Laura Ashley or find your new look for 2018 at the likes of Hugo Boss and Kurt Gieger.



Covent Garden 

Stroll down to Covent Garden from nearby The Bloomsbury to spend a day in one of London’s oldest shopping districts. From the brightly coloured shops of Neal’s Yard, to the old apple market itself, there’s plenty to browse with big brands like Mulberry and Chanel mixed with independent retailers like Benjamin Pollock’s Toy Shop.

Covent Garden


Fortnum & Mason 

The epicentre of traditional shopping in London, Fortnum and Mason is the perfect place to pick up everything that you didn’t find at the bottom of your stocking this year. With four floors of luxury goods to feast your eyes on, their January sale will see discounts on everything from fashion to furniture and is an experience in itself not to be missed.



All images from Flickr.