Fashion & Shopping in Bristol
Bristol has definitely got its own style for fashion and shopping. Bristol has three all-year markets (some seasonal ones too) within a short walk from the city centre where you can buy local produce from South Gloucestershire and Somerset and exotic products from around the world.
Take a leisurely stroll around the independent boutiques of gentrified Clifton Village, admire at the sparkle of Harvey Nichols or go on a shopping spree in Bristol Shopping Quarter. From vintage and retro to the latest in high-street trends, Bristol really is the shopping capital of the South West of England.
Park Street and the Triangle is waiting to be climbed and explored but don't let that steep hill stop you from discovering the trendiest clothes shops in the city. Immerse yourself in the history of Bristol in the Old City and Old Market at the same time as exploring what the Bristol independents have to offer.
Bristol’s Cabot Circus offers the ultimate shopping experience, bringing together a host of high-street and designer brands and confirming the city’s status as the South West’s style capital. With more than 120 stores stocking the latest trends, Cabot Circus has something for every taste, including a four-storey flagship House of Fraser offering clothing, beauty and homewares.
Cabot Circus lies underneath a striking glass roof, with a host of urban fashion brands including Hollister, Urban Outfitters, American Apparel and Cult Clothing; high-street retailers such as Zara, Wallis and Oasis; flagship stores such as H&M, Next and Top Shop.
Located on the north fringe of Bristol at J17 M5, The Mall hosts a line-up of over 130 top name stores including John Lewis and Marks & Spencer, Thomas Sabo, Jack Wills, Links of London, Lakeland, Joules, Bose and Office.
Cafes and Restaurants include Carluccios, Wagamama, Café Rouge, Yo! Sushi, Pret and more. The Mall is home to Bristol Fashion Week held twice a year in March and September and hosts the Winter Wonderland from mid-November with the largest outdoor ice rink in the South West.
Bristol Shopping Quarter (Broadmead, The Arcade, The Galleries, & Cabot Circus) offers a fantastic mix of high street favourites, designer brands, & indies.
Clifton Down Shopping Centre in Whiteladies Road, Bristol. For your everyday essential shopping including Sainsbury's, Boots, Starbucks, WH Smiths, Specsavers, O2, EE and more! With 350 car parking spaces from only 60p an hour.
Situated in the heart of Clifton Village, this unique and beautiful Victorian shopping arcade houses some of the most unusual shopping in Bristol. Originally opened in 1878.
The Centre boasts an adjoining undercover car park, allowing for ease of access to the shops within the Mall. Being close to the ring road means Kings Chase is within reach from all over Bristol.
The Harbourside Market is a community of foodies, makers, musicians, artists, and marketeers with a vision of turning Bristol’s Harbourside into a weekly festival.
Visit the thriving community market, with around 40 food and craft stalls, featuring a carefully selected range of produce, prepared, harvested, cooked, baked, designed and made in the local area.
Since 2008 Dr. Burnörium’s Hot Sauce Emporium have been setting Bristol on fire with the UK’s first Hot Shop dedicated to chiliheads.
A family run oriental store that excels in friendliness and helpfulness to ensure that you, our customer get the best out of their purchases. With local seasonal food, from Leigh Court Farm, Cotswold Edge, Old Sodbury Lamb, Gales Farm, and some exotic items from further afield to add colour and choice.
Explore a maze of quirky stalls, street food and historic architecture at Bristol’s St Nicholas Market, in the heart of the old city. St Nicholas Markets, also known as "St Nicks Market", has Bristol’s largest collection of independent retailers.