A city which screams class. This is the place where you can make your wardrobe makeover. From luxury brands to specialized boutiques to departmental stores you will get chic dresses and vintage ones all in this place. A walk around the small triangle down rue Sainte Catherine shows you a variety of goods. Parenthesé and Parenthesé and Oska are leading fashion stores in Bordeaux. If you are much of a bookaholic type, Morrat is your place. And with a taste of les chocolat yves thuries on your mouth, you can enjoy chocolatiness of your day.
The best attraction of shopping here is the open-air market in the center of town which contains soaps and oils to trendy t-shirts and pretty dresses. This place has reasonable prices, so all tourists flock here. Make it fast while you are in France and don’t miss this.
In St Tropez how can we forget about De Rigeur (the famous sandal brand). Do you love your feet? Go grab one for the beach. While you are shopping a lot don’t let your man feel left out. Buy him something from Kiwi (a renowned brand of men’s apparel). As for yourself get yourself a sexy bikini. It’s sure to make your man happy as well.
Apart from the film festival in Cannes; it is known for its booming fashion outlets. The flagship location for shopping is in Cannes is La Croisette.This is the location of the haute couture shops and the deluxe clothing shops. Parallel to it the street of Antibes is more diversified, there are fashion boutiques, interior design shops, and tea salons.
Between them is “Carré d’Or” with jewelry shops and chic bars. Want to do some shopping in streets with beach air blowing -la suquet is your winner. If you are a foodie then do hurry to vos delices a small place around Antibes street which contains a selection of spices, honey, vinegar. This city is a gold mine for fashion divas as well as window shoppers.
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Paris is a dream for any street shopper. Not only that you can visit grandiose shopping boutiques too. Let’s start from Champ Elysees (about 2 km long street). You will probably get tired of walking in and out of shops.Rue de Rennes long and large street in the 6th area. Tons of clothes, shoes, and accessories to shop! Boulevard Haussmann in the 9th area, behind the Paris Opera, is where the famous Printemps and Galeries Lafayettes department stores are standing.