Where to Shop Summer Outfits – Oslo 2018
Where to shop Summer outfits in Oslo 2018. Are you looking for those fresh new Summer outfits in Oslo? Summer is coming up and it’s time to get your outfits in order! Whether you’re looking for the outfit that will make you ‘pop’ in Grünerløkka, need a suit for the upcoming summer weddings or just need those basic items to work with, this is the guide for you!
Oslo City Shopping Centre – This is the most visited shopping center in Oslo. Over 90 shops and restaurants spread over five floors, you should be able to find your basic items for your summer outfits here! Open from 10-22.00 Monday to Saturday all summer. More info here on their website.
Storo Storsenter – The largest shopping center in Oslo. With over 130 shops, cafés, restaurants and services, they accommodate most peoples basic needs and then some. More information can be found on Storo Storsenter’s website.
The Fancy Shops
Paleet – This is a shopping mall dedicated to more high-end brands and stores. There are over 30 stores from high-end brands, as well as cafés and restaurant available. The mall is located on the main street, Karl Johans gate. The general layout is more relaxed than your average shopping mall and is perfect for when you’re shopping for nicer summer outfits. Have a look here on their website if you want more information.
Eger Karl Johan – Norway’s largest fashion house. This is where you want to buy those special summer outfits. More than 300 great designers and brands with high-quality products are offered here, smack-bang in the middle of Oslo, on Karl Johans gate as well. More info here!
I want to be different
Gypsywagon – A second hand shop with carfully chosen pieces of clothing as well as shoes, bags, furniture and accessories for all people. This is the spot where you find those vintage pieces that you’ve been longing for, or maybe even had back in the day! Check them out on Ivan Bjørndals gate 34!
Ny York vintage & 2nd hand – A Second-hand shop located in southern Grünerløkka, what used to be referred to as “Ny York”. They’ve got garments specifically picked out for that vintage look! You’ll find the shop at Markveien 58 and more information here on their website.
If you want to learn more about the hipster-culture in Oslo, make sure you check out our tour Hipster Oslo!