Just off Oxford Street is this Salvation Army Trading Company shop packed with two floors of second hand fashion. With Vogue House just around the corner, you'll find some highly desirable cast offs. No wonder it's so popular with students of the nearby London College of Fashion!
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The Salvation Army Trading Company
9 Princes StreetMayfairLondonW1B 2LQ
- +44 (0)20 7495 3958
- Public transport:
- Oxford Circus, Underground
The staff in this shop are incredibly rude. I was trying on clothes in the changing room and the shop assistants started talking loudly about me, and then one of them started repeatedly banging on the door of the changing room shouting at me to hurry up! The clothes are overpriced and not worth the abuse customers have to put up with when shopping here. AVOID!more
This place doesn't sell anything fancy, it is all high street brands or lower.
If you need to do a second hand/recycling project for uni this place is amazing though. For those really low bargain prices on basic pieces.
Sometimes the price of a big "school prom" dress is cheaper then what you would need to pay for the required fabric at a fabric shop.
Just give it a try and see if this place...more
Great charity shop in a part of town where I wouldn't necessarily expect to find one. The selection of clothing is better here than any other charity shop I've been to in London. And the prices are great as well. This Salvo doesn't have much in the way of bric a brac but the amount of clothing is superlative. I will definitely be stopping in here regularly.more
The shop is located very close to Oxford Circus underground but off a quiet side street. I was expecting to see high end clothes and items considering the locality which is extremely wealthy compared to other areas. I was disappointed by the range of mens clothes which was mainly cheap chainstore staples such as George of Asda or Cedarwood state from Primark. Nothing really to get excited...more