Top 10 Women’s Designer Outlets in London

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If you venture out of London’s main shopping districts, you might just stumble across the bargain of a lifetime. Hunt out the designer outlets London has on offer for past-season stock from your favourite brands at a serious discount. London life can be expensive, but that doesn’t mean you can’t treat yourself to designer fashion.

 

L.K.Bennett Clearance Store

It’s permanently sale season at L.K.Bennett’s clearance store for classic-with-a-colourful-twist style that’s perfect for officewear and occasion dressing. The brand is well known for being a favourite with Kate Middleton, making it one of the designer outlets London shoppers come back to time and time again.

239 Kings Road, Chelsea, London, SW3 5EJ

 

Burberry Outlet

A trip to London isn’t complete without a visit to Burberry, but savvy shoppers know that their outlet store in East London is where to stock up on the British brand at better prices. Who could say no to 50% off?

29-53 Chatham Place, London, E9 6LP

 

Anya Hindmarch Outlet

Flaunt accessories with that iconic little bow knowing you paid half the price tag! Anya Hindmarch’s Hackney store is one of the newest designer outlets London has housed, with a plethora of handbags and purses at up to 50% off and a special ‘last chance’ section at the back with discounts of 70%.

2 Chatham Place, London, E9 6LP

 

Kurt Geiger

One for the shoeaholics, head to Wembley’s outlet shopping centre and make your first stop Kurt Geiger. Whether you’re after killer party heels or the ankle boots you’ll live in for the next six months, you’ll find it all here at prices to tell your friends about.

Unit 72, Level 01, Wembley Park Boulevard, London, HA9 0TG

 

Wed2B

If you’re getting hitched on a budget, Wed2B is the UK’s largest supplier of discount wedding dresses. Prices range from £150 to £499 and there’s no need to book an appointment to visit. They also have bridesmaid dresses and accessories at great prices so it’s also worth a visit if you’re looking for an outfit for a special occasion.

38 London Road, London, BR1 3QR

 

Joseph Outlet

Designer outlets in London don’t get much chicer than these. As well as Joseph’s own name label, you’ll find other designer brands stocked by the boutique such as Victoria Beckham and Stella McCartney, all on Chelsea’s fashionable Kings Road.

53 Kings Road, London, SW3 4ND

 

The Hackney Shop

This charitable initiative offers rent-free shop space to Hackney’s local creatives for one week at a time and is often used by independent designers to clear old season stock and samples. Past residents have included Roksanda, Jonathan Saunders, House of Holland and Agi & Sam. Check out their website to see what’s currently in store and you could pick up a designer bargain from the next big name in fashion.

99 Morning Lane, London, E9 6ND

 

Aquascutum Outlet

An Aquascutum mac coat with 30% off is something you just can’t walk away from. Head to their factory outlet in Hackney for reduced price fashion that adds a touch of British class to your wardrobe.

7-8 Chatham Place, London, E9 6LT

 

Adidas Outlet

If you like your workout gear to be as stylish as your day outfits, Adidas’ cool sportswear, trainers and athleisure clothing are available with serious discounts at this shopping centre.

London Designer Outlet, Wembley Park Boulevard, Wembley, HA9 0FD

 

Pringle of Scotland Outlet Store

This quirky store has a boutique feel but provides a factory outlet for Pringle of Scotland’s classic knitwear. It’s not all woolly jumpers and cosy cardigans though, expect more fashion-forward pieces and high quality leather clothing.

90 Morning Lane, Hackney, London, E9 6NA