‘Tis the season to go tinsel mad. If you’re looking for the biggest and bling-est baubles, the greatest and most garish garlands or the ultimate Santa Claus for your living room window, these awesome Christmas shops from across the network are a must-visit.
Regent Street, London
The iconic black and white luxury department store is renowned for selling the finest fashion, cosmetics, fragrances, world-famous floral prints and much more. Every year Liberty transforms its top floor into a Christmas wonderland filled with cuddly festive animals, extravagant baubles, bows, ribbons, toy soldiers, fairy lights, trees, more fairy lights and gifts galore. Whether you’re on the hunt for the perfect tree-topper or you’re simply looking to immerse yourself in all things seasonal, then this is the place.
For all-year-round Christmas sparkle, visit December 25th on Cheap Street in Bath. This slice of seasonal magic sells beautiful festive decorations even in the height of summer. As well as the more traditional ornaments and treasures, you’ll also find glittering figurines of fairies, elves and jesters.
The Christmas shop at Fortnum and Mason has been open since August. It is quite simply one of the merriest places to be in London during the Christmas season and a must-visit whether you live in the city or you’re on a quick trip. From sumptuous candy canes to stunning Christmas tree decorations, F&M has thought of everything when it comes to celebrating this wonderful time of year.
Situated on the high street in the centre of Truro is the Truro Cathedral Shop, which sells Christmas decorations all year round. Nice! From stunning nativity displays to gorgeous garlands strung with bells and tinsel, you’ll find everything you need in this lovely little shop to make your Christmas tree extra instagrammable.
Oh, hello luxury Christmas. Selfridges’ awesome Christmas shop is sure to put you in the festive spirit with their beautiful gifts and decorations. Fancy decking the halls with something a bit more… unusual? Their ‘Flamingo on a moped’ bauble or ‘Prince’-inspired hanging decoration could hit the nail on the head.