Selfridges is one of the world's finest department stores and dominates the west end of Oxford Street. The shop has six floors offering 10 acres of shopping space, 11 places to eat, two exhibition halls and countless services. From high fashion to hi-fi, wardrobe co-ordination to wedding lists, it's every shop you'll ever need.
Luxury lovers should visit the ground floor Wonder Room, a 19,000 square feet haven of high-end brands that range from jewellery to sunglasses.
The store is also home to the world's biggest-ever denim department, with nothing but jeans covering a whopping 25,000 square feet. Housing more than 11,000 pairs of jeans, shoppers can choose from over 60 brands, from Primark to Christopher Kane. Personal shoppers and product specialists can help you find that perfect pair of jeans, while an interactive area has lookbooks and fit guides.
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how could I have not reviewed Selfridges!?!? Its practically my second home!
You can find me in the food hall,rooftop bar and in the Moschino section! Lol love-it.co.uk this place!!
Everything one ever needs in this world is here! All the best makeup brands,perfumes and let's not forgot the a a a a a allllcooohol!
Disclaimer: plenty of...more
Selfridges is an experience. Innovative, exciting and more than just a shopping destination, it's a shopping experience. Ladies, just think "5,000 pairs of shoes" experience. I always try and pay homage when I'm in London.more
I have a love/hate relationship with Selfridges.
We'll start with the hate: my God, this place is constantly packed to the gills with tourists. Granted, I am a tourist. But the sheer volume of people can be overwhelming at times.
Love: My express manicure from downstairs is still going strong a week later, which is exceptional given all the suitcase hauling I've been doing. My hair stylist...more
I really only go to two places in Selfridges - the Food Hall (including the candy section) and the handbag section. I could easily spend an hour in just these two areas, not even necessarily spending a single pound.
The Food Hall is full of special treats, and I've never had anything bad from any of the food counters. It's all pretty pricey though, so you've got to be strong and not put...more
Seriously -- what's NOT to love about Selfridges?! From the food halls with every type of cuisine you could ask for to the sprawling beauty section to the highest of high end designers - everything about this store is superb. The main thing I love about European department stores is how ornate they are in comparison to American ones and Selfridges does not disappoint in that respect.