Spend a day exploring Glasgow’s famous Style Mile - a square mile in the centre of the city housing an amazing array of shopping centres, boutiques, big-name shops, top restaurants and decadent bars.
Treat yourself to some vintage-inspired garments in the West End and take a look around the stylish Princes Square for three elegant floors of boutique and designer stores including Vivienne Westwood, Whistles and Reiss.
Scotland’s capital, Edinburgh, boasts the luxurious Multrees Walk - a street that epitomises fashion, style and elegance. With a dazzling choice of designer labels, including Louis Vuitton, Kurt Geiger and Armani, and young fashion brands G-Star and Firetrap, it is the street for discerning fashion connoisseurs.
Just around the corner from Multrees Walk in Saint Andrew Square is Scotland’s only Harvey Nichols store, which boasts four floors of clothing and accessories from iconic brands such as Prada, Gucci and Lulu Guinness.
Explore the country’s independent fashion and accessory stores and treat yourself to truly stunning clothes from some of Scotland’s top designers.
The kilt is one of the best-known icons of Scotland so why not add one to your wardrobe? If you fancy something a little different from traditional tartan pay a visit to 21st Century Kilts on Edinburgh’s Thistle Street. Follow in the footsteps of Hollywood stars Alan Cumming and Vin Diesel with one of Howie Nicholsby’s renowned bespoke kilts made from a variety of materials and patterns such as camouflage, leather and PVC.
The Scottish Borders is famous for its textiles industry and one of the most famous designers to come from the region is Shirley Pinder. Based in Melrose, her beautiful scarves are often commissioned by the Royal Academy in London to complement major art exhibitions in the UK and Europe. Notably, the Queen was presented with a scarf from Pinder’s tartan collection at the opening ceremony of the refurbished Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery in Glasgow in 2006.
Treat yourself to some beautiful and original handmade jewellery by renowned designer Sheila Fleet, who is originally from Orkney. Her designs are inspired by the islands’ history, folklore and environment and the items are handmade in Kirkwall by a team of skilled craftspeople. The island's wonderful landscape feaures across her collections. You can find Fleet’s jewellery in Edinburgh and Glasgow and visit her workshop in Orkney.