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High street chains, one-off independents and quirky specialists – they’re all waiting for the shopaholic.
Aberdeen Country Fair
The Aberdeen Country Fair gives local producers the chance to showcase their goods to the people of Aberdeen city. The Country Fair operates from 9am-5pm on the last Saturday of each month in the heart of Aberdeen city.
Aberdeen Whisky Shop
This shop prides itself on an extensive range of over 1000 products from rare and everyday malt whiskies to weird and wonderful spirits. The shop offers a relaxed and enjoyable experience so pop in for a dram or two.
Annie Mo’s is a proudly offbeat independent furniture boutique that has no interest in fleeting fancies or soon-to-be-forgotten fads. It’s enjoyed over two decades of unrivalled success, furnishing homes throughout Scotland.
Bon Accord & St Nicholas
The St Nicholas & Bon Accord Shopping Centres, together, form the second-largest shopping centre in Aberdeen. The centre is split into two buildings and has three floors extending to 630,000 square feet.
Ceramika is an exciting paint-it-yourself ceramic studio that offers a range of activities. The venue also puts on a number of workshops, classes working with clay, jewellery classes, painting and drawing and glass painting.
With more than 20 years in the business, the team at Clola Antiques aim to bring you some of the most stunning antiques you can buy. They offer low prices, a friendly service and a wide variety of styles of furniture and ornaments.
Colin Wood Antiques
For map and print lovers the choice should be Colin Wood Antiques on Rose Street. Here you will find a plethora of printing techniques and individual, one-offs – ideal for gifts, souvenirs or collections.
Focusing on the latest in unique and alternative male fashion, coupled with a relaxed environment, Concept Clothing ensures an unforgettable shopping experience for today’s discerning customer.
Delve into a world of extraordinary fashion and shop collections straight from the catwalk in this premium store, with men’s and women’s brands including Jimmy Choo, Christian Louboutin, Gucci and Dolce and Gabbana.
Eden Watermill is a unique gift shop and tea room based in a working watermill, set in the heart of rural Aberdeenshire. The shop displays and sells work from some of the best of Aberdeenshire’s arts and crafts community.
Art and antique lovers will be spoiled for choice at Elizabeth Watt shop in Thistle Street which has fine jewellery and china on offer as well as expertise in restoring precious ornaments and ‘object ‘art’.
The Escale France boutique on George Street is a store that has the best of the premium clothing from designers like Jean Paul Gaultier, Castelbajac, Hotel Particulier, Axara, Eyedoll, Ananke and Estheme.
Esslemonts 2 is an independent ladieswear boutique, set in the heart of Aberdeen’s West End. The retailer provides beautiful clothes, scarves, bags and jewellery that are sourced from all over Europe, Scandanavia and Britain.
Finnies is a luxury jewellers housing many of the world’s most desirable brands and showcasing over 26 of the finest watchmakers. Many of their unique pieces are hand crafted in the George Street workshop.
An ideal day out for families, foodies and tourists interested in discovering the wealth of resources and stunning scenery in Scotland. The shop is packed with the best artisan products from local suppliers like Formartine’s smokehouse.
Gallery Heinzel specialises in contemporary Scottish art including paintings, sculpture, ceramics and glass. Established in 1990, it hosts a varied annual exhibition programme from its base in Aberdeen’s West End.
iiMusic provides a wide range of musical instruments and accessories to beginners, professionals and tutors. The small and close-knit team of staff are approachable, knowledgeable and well trained.
Innocent Aesthetics Skin and Laser Clinic caters for all aspects of skin care, including cosmetic treatments and anti-aging therapies. It also offers beauty treatments, podiatry and many other health-related services.
Jamieson & Carry
An independent, family-owned and run jewellery business, established in 1733 in Aberdeen. It is pleased to offer you imaginative, fine jewellery, Swiss watches and luxury gifts in a professional, welcoming atmosphere.
John Park Jeweller
John Park is one of Aberdeen’s oldest family run jewellers, founded in 1932, and is proud of its history of three generations. It’s a diamond and wedding ring specialist, offering quality, fine jewellery and gifts for every occasion.
Just Gems sells high-quality, certified diamonds and coloured gemstones, set in fine jewellery. It also offers a selection of rare and unusual natural gemstones that are difficult to find elsewhere and which appeal to discerning clients.
Knockando Woolmill has always been at the heart of the local community. Listed as the ‘Wauk Mill’ in parish records from 1784, the mill has since maintained its traditions of spinning and weaving through generations of families.
Marshall’s Farm Shop
A family business based on farms around the Aberdeenshire area and established for over 40 years, offering a wide choice of top quality shrubs, roses, heathers and bedding plants plus a selection of grow bags and compost.
McCalls is proud to have been supplying clothing and jewellery throughout Scotland since 1887. It currently provides highlandwear (for both sale and hire), ladieswear and giftwear from six stores spread throughout Scotland.
Nova, on Chapel Street, is the ultimate gift shop. Tales From The Earth jewellery, Crabtree and Evelyn goodies and an extensive range of engaging wedding stationery make it hard to just window shop.
Old Aberdeen Bookshop
The Old Aberdeen Bookshop have been buying and selling quality second-hand, collectable and antiquarian books in Aberdeen for years. It specialises in academic books, classics, modern literature and Scottish/local books.
Peapod has a passion for vintage, upholstery, gifts, fashion, homewares and ‘upcycling’-giving used and unloved pieces of furniture a new lease of life by making them as good as new with a fresh and unique design.
Pure Man is an independent menswear store situated in Aberdeen’s west end. It stocks brands with history, brands with great ideas and brands with great quality essentials for a lifestyle centred around modern function and form.
Situated at the heart of Union Square, Saks are open seven days a week. It offers a full range of hair services including Balmain extensions and the Nano Keratin smoothing therapy as well as a selection of hair and scalp treatments.
Specialists in traditional and contemporary Scottish gifts and handmade crafts, Scottish tartan kilts and Scottish Highlandwear, Scottish Celtic jewellery, Scottish photo slates, Scottish clan and Scottish history gifts and more.
‘Tartan with a twist’ is how customers often describe Scottesque’s designs. They draw on traditional ways of wearing tartan whilst adding something new to the mix so that the result is fresh and contemporary.
Seratique offer official TV merchandise alongside brands such as Cupcake Cult, Banned, Darkside, Akumu Ink and Handmade by Seratique with a full range of body jewellery and accessories which are truly alternative.
Silly Bears is home to more than five hundred hand-selected artist and vintage collectable teddy bears from around the world. The shop has as much heritage and character as the teddy bears it displays.
Spotty Bag Shop
In Banff you can chance upon the famous Spotty Bag Shop which proudly proclaims – ‘if you can’t find it here, you can’t find it anywhere’ – and with more than 18,000sq ft of space and well over 40,000 lines they are probably right.
St Giles Shopping Centre
The St Giles Shopping Centre is situated at the heart of the beautiful historic city of Elgin in the county of Morayshire. There’s a wide choice of established retailers and small specialist outlets in a relaxed, friendly environment.
The practice is committed to the highest standards of eye care. This means the will discuss your individual needs, examine your eyes thoroughly using modern equipment and offer you eye wear that meets your requirements.
Teasel & Tweed
Teasel & Tweed is an unusual gift shop that sells unique, design focused items of the highest quality. They also offer creative classes and a specialist Ti Room if you fancy a waffle, deli snack or one of their many blends of tea.
Small but perfectly formed, The Academy houses some of the UK’s most exciting brands with both national and local operators. It has a relaxed, fun atmosphere. It’s especially proud of the central open-air courtyard.
Union Square boasts over 60 stores and restaurants and a 10-screen cinema right in the centre of Aberdeen. A wide range of outlets exist including New Look, Hollister, Apple, Marks and Spencer, Next, TK Maxx and Zara.
Wool for Ewe
Wool for Ewe is an independent family run business and Winners of the Best Independent Wool Store, Scotland in the 2014 Let’s Knit, British Knitting awards. There truly are yarns for every budget, and patterns for every style here.
Xanadu offers a wide selection of mother of the bride/groom, wedding guest and special occasion outfits which are not sold elsewhere in the area. It aims to offer exclusivity at reasonable prices, leaving you feeling confident.