It’s an exceptionally sunny day in Glasgow and our editor is raring to meet the jewellers in the city — although this time she knows she will never make it round to all of them in 24 hours, as it is home to over thirty independent and national jewellery retailers, many of which are located in one space — the renowned Argyll Arcade.
Blending together a rich history and vibrant culture, Glasgow enjoys a year-round buzz and has evolved over the last two decades to become one of Britain’s biggest shopping destinations.
Whether consumers are looking for today’s biggest brands, European fashion, or vintage finds, Scotland’s largest city has everyone covered in what has been dubbed the ‘Style Mile’.
The Style Mile is a square in the centre of Glasgow, which houses an extraordinary concentration of shops, including flagships from major British retailers such as House of Fraser and John Lewis.
At the heart of the style mile is Buchanan Street, a pedestrian boulevard lined with architectural gems and busking bagpipers, alongside an entrance to a shopping centres Buchanan Galleries and Princes Square, and the Argyll Arcade. Store wise, House of Fraser takes over a large space, and designers such as Michael Kors stand on the street alongside national fashion chains such as Zara, New Look, H&M, and Monsoon.
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