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Wembley Park shopping guide

Wondering where to shop in London? Wembley Park, north-west London’s thriving cultural district, is a top shopping destination.

Alongside the iconic Wembley Stadium sits the LDO, London’s first and finest designer outlet, offering big brands at bargain prices. To stand out from the crowd, head to Wembley Park Market for a host of independent traders selling vintage fashions, unique gifts and artisan food.

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Whatever your style, you can pick up the perfect apparel at the best shopping area in London. You’ll find some cracking discounts at the London Designer Outlet, from bespoke suits at Moss Bros and classic dresses at Phase Eight to casuals from high-street favourites M&S, Next and Gap. British giants Jack Wills and SuperDry and will appeal to youthful shoppers.

Wembley Park Market is a treasure-trove of sustainable clothing and accessories. Browse the stalls of independent traders where unique vintage pieces sit alongside gender-neutral clothing, and ethnic styles rub shoulders with football-inspired, 100% organic tops and tees.


A true fashionista knows that every outfit starts with the shoes. Dress from the toes up with designer sneakers from Skechers and Converse or killer heels from Dune and Kurt Geiger.


When it comes to sportswear, LDO is the best place to shop in London. Serious athletes and stylish loafers will find great discounts on top labels including Nike, Adidas, Puma, New Balance and Asics.

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Sole Trader at London Designer Outlet in Wembley Park


Outdoor enthusiasts can kit themselves out for everything from a walk in the park to a polar expedition at stores including Trespass and North Face, while keen cyclists will be in their element at specialist bike shop twenty3c.


Give your favourite outfit a lift with head-turning accessories. Add a leather bag from Fiorelli, designer shades from Sunglasses Hut and some sparkle from jeweller Chapelle, you’re good to go!


Grab all your beauty essentials from The Body Shop and choose a new scent at The Fragrance Shop, then take a break from retail therapy with a cut and blow-dry at Hair Focus UK or a deluxe manicure at Bhavi Beauty. And pampering isn’t just for the ladies: the man about town can also indulge in a spot of grooming at London Beard Co.

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Men getting his haircut at Chop Chop in Wembley Park


Unleash your inner interior designer by selecting some unique prints and pieces direct from the artists at Wembley Park Market; freshen up your home with fragrance, courtesy of Yankee Candles, and add some greenery from London House Plants for the finishing touch.

Foodies should head to the LDO for stylish tableware from Villeroy & Boch, professional-grade knives from Zwilling and quality kitchenware and gadgets from Pro Cook – all with up to 70% off RRP!


Wembley’s shops cater to the tastes of the whole family. Fashionable juniors can kit themselves out in classic American style at Tommy Hilfiger Kids, then swing by Claire’s and blow their pocket money on hair decorations and accessories. For sustainable designer clobber at great prices, try Rekindle in WPM to pick up pre-loved labels for a fraction of their original price.


From multi-room speaker systems to the 4K TVs, the Sony Centre has all the latest technology plus knowledgeable staff ready to give demonstrations before you buy.

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Wembley Park Market Style Interior


No London shopping guide would be complete without a nod to all the independent, artisan producers selling their products at London’s markets. At Wembley Park you can pick from a range of delights from every corner of the globe including sweets, delicatessen, condiments, coffees and much more!


Many of the stalls at Wembley Park Market are ethical and organic; some are even zero waste and plastic-free for the ultimate sustainable shopping experience. So you can fill your basket with tea, coffee, dried goods and cleaning products, knowing you’re doing your bit for the planet.