Dubai luxury shopping, a chic of luxe-life, and a popular destination among the Luxe-Shopping lover.

Many world famous brands like Versace, Armani, Dior, Monte Black, Prada, Jimmy Choo, Louis Vuitton etc.  as well other brands, Gadgets, Clothing, Shoes, Gold, Diamond, Gaming, and Gifts shops are waiting for you in Dubai and yes they are waiting with trendy designs.

If we are talking about the designers than Dubai is becoming the fashion capital of the middle east. They all give you excuses to get dressed up and hit the town.

They are Eveready with all manner of sales and marketing skills, discount deals, special events and offers than why not spoil yourself with an astounding and dazzling designer outfit?

Shopping lovers will feel a shiver of excitement when they walk through the front of the shop, because of the stunningly designed.

Whether you are looking for any special items or something, local market gems or the best street shopping, Dubai Summer festival is the best for shopping time with lots of offers and deals. Dubai Shopping is a  heaven for the shopper with best deals and price.

1. The Dubai Mall

Dubai Mall

The world’s largest mal The Dubai Mall, one of the biggest and best shopping places in Dubai, this luxury the Dubai mall is endowed with over 120

0 Lavish and Finest brand stores.

If you are bored after shopping, which is next to impossible thing in Dubai then there is lots of activities are waiting for you like Underwater Zoo, Dubai Aquarium, Ice ring, Reel Cinema, Theme park, Dubai fountains, and numerous restaurants within the Dubai Mall.

Hershey’s Chocolate World and the Candylicious store are the major attractions for chocolate and candy lovers. You can buy all of Hershey’s products and various types of candies here.

The Dubai Mall is the only the place where a honeymoon couple, a family, shoppers or alone all can enjoy equally.

2. Mall Of The Emirates

Mall of Emirates

Multi-level shopping mall

The multi-level shopping mall currently features more than 630 retail outlets, 7900 parking spaces, over 100 restaurants & Cafes, 80 luxury stores and 250 flagship stores where you can buy anything you think.

It also hosts family leisure activities including Ski Dubai, Ski resort, snow park, the 500-seat Dubai Community Theatre and Arts Centre and Magic planet, one of the largest indoor family entertainment destination in Dubai.

3. Wafi Mall, Dubai

Wafi Mall

Pyramid-shaped façade structure

Wafi Mall was established in 2000 with a unique one among shopping malls in Dubai, it is famous for its pyramid-shaped façade structure, a collection of artwork and Egyptian theme throughout the area.

The mall has nearly 350 stores of apparels, crafts, décor, and accessories.

The main attraction is few famous rejuvenation centers, the famous one being Cleopatra’s Spa.

4. Deira Gold Souk, Dubai

Gold Souk

Gold City, Dubai

As the word Souk itself a meaning “Market”, in The Dubai Gold Souk, you can find everywhere and every shop is selling Gold Jewelleries in each aisle.

You can get everything from beautifully designed Gold Jewellery to gold bars at some of the best offers and deals. There are two sellers, one is old and the second one is modern, an old souk spread with gold shops in the aisle to aisle and a new souk is in a more modern 2-story building which is very close to each other.

You should have enough time for buying bargaining skills as well. Actually, this is your right girls so don’t hesitate to bargain, there are many shops sell the same items so just be freebee to tell them that you saw that item at another shop so that you will possibly get a good deal.

There is a huge variety of items to choose from, so take your time when making the selection. Know too that most Gold shops will charge a fee for purchases made with a credit card.

5. Robinson, Dubai

Robinson at Festival City Mall Dubai

Robinson at Festival City Mall Dubai

Robinson at Festival City Mall Dubai, which is spread out over 20,000 sqm and laid out over 3 floors and packed with fashion and beauty items as well as home furnishings within its John Lewis section.

Robinsons also have more than 90 high-class brands – from Rance 1795 perfumes to jewelry, hats and scarves, menswear and cool baby-outfits from many famous fashions.

If you’re looking to sample something closer to home, there’s a section in-store titled “The Collector” that wholly showcases the works of Emirati designers.

6. LE66, Dubai

LE66, Dubai

The new addition to Dubai’s shopping section

A completely new addition to Dubai’s shopping section, and the Parisian concept-stores largest outpost, located at City Walk, offering reasonable luxury brands, from local resources such as AKS to internationally famous brands such as Rupert Sanderson, Theory, Alexander Wang, and lesser-known names making it the place for the dressmaking curious.

You can enjoy lots of thing in Café, buy gifts and gadgets and know, too, that LE66 has both a women’s wear and a men’s wear space.

7. Bloomingdale’s, The Dubai Mall, Dubai


A glamorous haven

Bloomingdale’s at The Dubai Mall launched here in 2010, this New York foundation has become a Dubai sensation. A glamorous haven for the city’s fashion exclusive, it offers more than 13,500sqm of pure attire attraction.

The expensive department store has a hub of designer labels across its 3 – story. All 3 stories have different sections. The ground floor is for handbags, shoes, and accessories. When we go upstairs, which is dedicated to eveningwear, casual and denim, or seek out the latest men’s and babies’ trends on the top floor.

8. Boutique 1, Dubai


Home to a special edition of brands

It has two stores in Dubai – the first in the Mall of the Emirates, and the second is in Jumeirah Beach Residences.

Spread out over 2,000 sqm each. Being incredibly stylish and home to a special edition of brands from modern to high glamour fit for the red carpet, these stores pull it off!

9. Ginger & Lace, Dubai

Ginger & Lace

fashion and accessory brands

Without any doubt, a chic home to 130 fashion and accessory brands displayed in their gorgeous boutique in Ibn Battuta and Wafi Mall, Ginger & Lace stocks bouncy pieces that will appeal to womanly tastes and LA-style sensibilities.

Ginger & Lace stocks both established and developing brands such as Cristiano Burani, Butter by Nadia, Ella Luna, Raluca, and MLH.

10. IF Boutique, Dubai

IF Boutique

Hub of unique creations

The founder of IF Boutique is Maya Shehadah in 2006, with the vision of offering unique creations boasting rich fabrics and expert craftsmanship and bring to Dubai the latest collections from popular designers exclusively.

In the middle east, IF Boutique is the one who is responsible for introducing many brands. They say for their collection that “We don’t showcase clothes; we showcase creations, pieces of art..’

11. Harvey Nichols, Mall of the Emirates, Dubai

Harvey Nichols

wealth of fashion, beauty, jewellery and accessory

Visitors surely be mesmerized by the wealth of fashion, beauty, jewelry and accessory options which is spread out over the three-floor shopping haven.

The British-luxe department store offers personal shopping services for both men as well as women, with the latest trends as well as product sizing and fit they are offering you the best collection of each and everything.

In the beauty section, you can check out here the newest skincare and makeup products, fragrances, and body treatments, they have many skills off to round off your look.

If you’re feeling hungry after doing so much shopping then here you can pop over to Harvey Nichols’ restaurant, Almaz by Momo and many more.

12. Le BHV Marais, City Walk, Dubai

Le BHV Marais is an appealing leisure destination to check out.

Brands for ladies like Missoni and Reiss, while for men can look labels such as Lacoste and Diesel, and there are distinct areas for shoes, accessories and children’s clothing. Innovation is the supreme thing at the department store in City Walk, which welcomes seasonal pop-up shops with limited-edition creations, and hosts its own food festival and beauty weekends.

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