Sydney is one of the best places for tourists to visit and to go shopping. They have spots just for shopaholics to indulge themselves in exploring different boutiques and dress shops. In this way, people will not get confused to go in different places just to shop. There are many styles of brand name and boutique shops to choose from.

The shopping street, composed of designer label boutiques and high-street fashion stores, is one of the most visited places for having your shopping. You can start in Oxford Street and Darlinghurst up to Paddington. This is where Australian designer shops and chains of high-class boutiques are located. Side streets such as William, Elizabeth and Glenmore Road also have peculiar yet stylish clothing shops. The Intersection shop on one hand is where different kinds of designers put up their clothes for sale in a not-so-mall like environment due to its wide selection of shops arranged beside each other. There are some chic shops in Queen Street of Woollahra. For more, John Cavill, Orson & Blake and  Robert Burton are also within the said area for you to check out. While in the Surry Hills area, the Crown Street is mostly a place for designer clothing fans. You can check out Cream on Crown, enter the Grandma Takes a Trip for some vintage designs and then on Musu Bags or Regina Garde boutiques for a more stylish fashion. You might also want to visit some rising Australian brands only at Paris Texas.

During summer, it is but natural to want to have the perfect swimsuit and other trending beach fashion. In this case, you may visit Campbell Parade or try out what Bondi’s Hall Street has on sale. These are known as the beachwear central within Sydney. While, Mambo, The Big Swim or Labyrinth are only some of the top swimwear shops along this area.

If you want to have a fashionable shopping experience, you may want to try the Queen Victoria Building, the Westfield Sydney, the Strand Arcade, the David Jones or at Myer. These are the best shopping centers with style. Moreover, GST (the Goods and Services Tax) is included on most services and goods in these places. Good news, with the Tourist Refund System, tourists who bought goods from any GST products may get a money back.

Westfield Sydney is a shop and dine mall for those who love shopping and fashion very much. It has 4 floors for boutiques and clothing shops, and 2 floors for different kinds of restaurants. Fashion designs of Arthur Galan AG, Fleur Wood, Zimmerman, Ksubi and Little Joe Woman are only some stores that will be seen in the mall. For affordable yet still stylish clothes, you can also check on Zara.

It doesn’t even matter if you’re just going to see new trends and fashion designs today or buy new clothes for the season, since these streets are already full of trending clothes and accessories to choose from. You will certainly be tempted to buy something for you to have. These are only some of the amazing boutiques and chic fashion stores that you wouldn’t even want to miss.