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Aldo Sale Shop
231-233 Camden High StreetPrimrose HillLondonNW1 7BU
- +44 20 7284 1982
- Public transport:
- Camden Town, Underground
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EEk! Me thinks not!
This place makes Mattalan look like Harrods.
Badly displayed, and this unoriginal cast offs have been blatently knocking around some warehouse in Slough, for the past five years.
Please. They call themselves a 'Sale Shop' Pah..
I've seen less whoppers from Pinocchio, and trust me we used to date.
I honestly couldn't see anything, anyone would be stupid enough to buy.....more
In general, Aldo has shoes which can be hit and miss. The misses are pretty awful designs, but the hits are usually quite alright.
This particular Aldo in London holds a random mix of shoes, mostly the not so nice ones. However, this is the shop you want to go to for the good Aldo deals as it is its sale shop. Once in a while I like to pop in here and usually have managed to find something...more
Aldo is so generic it almost hurts. I'm sure it has some good shoes if you're a tele-marketer heading for that beloved promotion to 'Team Leader', but I think the joy ends there.
Sure, they have a decent range, but I fear the quality is somewhat lacking with a whole lot of those random brand-name shoes noone's ever heard of...to be honest though, it's probably as good a quality as most of...more
Aldo is a decent fashion and shoe store along Camden's main stretch, though the best part of it for me was finding a seat to people to watch while the Mrs shopped. My head frequently gets lost in the thousands of variants of female shoes, though after visiting Aldo my knowledge of the difference between pumps, stilettos and boots is a little better. Many bargain bins are to be found in this...more
I like Aldo. They have a good selection of shoes that are geared more towards social dress than work.
I have never seen them not adverising a sale. (Is this just a marketing ploy to get people in?) Either way the average price for a pair of italian looking, cool looking kicks is about £40.
Even if you don't find what you want here, Camden has a plethera of shoes shops to choose frommore