If you are looking for value for money here are the retailers both High Street and Online that London Stranger recommend checking out to score the best deal.
London Stranger recommends registering with Secret Sales as they can save you up to 70% on designer labels. Sarenza for shoes is also well worth following and scoring great discounts. TKMaxx a High Street retailer is also an excellent source for heavily discounted designer fashion. For those shopaholics happy to venture an hour out of London near Oxford, Bicester Village is destination worth heading to for designer outlet bargain shopping.
Sports Direct (Super cheap sports gear, stores are everywhere and part of Lilywhites in Piccadilly).
TM Lewin, Savile Row, and Charles Tyrwhitt (Offer business shirt deals where you can pick up quality shirts for £17-25 if prepared to buy in bulk e.g. 5 shirts for £90) Jermyn Street and Savile Row in London are the traditional places to buy shirts but can be expensive.
The charity shops in London are everywhere and are great places to score a bargain.....here is a guide to some of the best ones for: High Street Fashion (Salvation Army, Princes St, London W1B 2LQ)... Designer Bargains (Barnados, 414 Brixton Rd, Brixton SW9 7AY).... Furniture and Electrical (British Heart Foundation, 36-38 Acre Lane SW2 5SP)...Accessories (British Heart Foundation, 184 Balham High Road, SW12 9BW)....Best for Jeans(Crusaid, Churton Street London SW1V 2LY).....Children's Wear (Fara Kids, 40 Tachbrook Street, London SW1V 2JS)...... Best for High Fashion (Retromania, 6 Upper Tachbrook Street,SW1V 1SH)....Conservative Clothing (British Red Cross, Ebury Street SW1W 9QU) .....Best for Workwear (British Red Cross, 69-71 Old Church Street, Chelsea SW 3 5BS)....Shoes and Handbags(Trinity Hospice, Kensington Church Street, London W8 4LL)....Records and Books (Oxfam, Dalston, Kingsland Road, London E8 4AR).