Welcome to Bicester Village

If you live in the UK you know the hype of designer outlet shops, everyone loves it. Bicester Village is near Oxford and it’s one of the most popular designer outlets in the UK. People come here from all destinations and you can easily get a direct train from London and get here within 40 minutes. Sales in here is a curst, as village streets are crowded, queues everywhere and it’s really difficult to do shopping. Nevertheless it’s worth the hustle, as bargains for luxury goods can be anything between 30% to even 75% off regular price.

Shops here are truly fabulous and include Prada, Gucci, Dior, Burberry, Mulberry, Jimmy Choo and many, many more. And there is more to come, as village will be expanded due to its popularity.

I go there regularly, every few months to check what’s new. I want to take you on a journey around with some pictures of this season collections and a bit of shopping that I managed to do for myself.


As my 5 years old daughter was with me she has picked up some trainers from Cath Kidston and jacket from Ralph Lauren Kids.


Tory Burch has a great selection of their iconic Reva shoes in beautiful, pastel colours as well as some classic ones:




But they are also ready for the summer with their best selling flat sandals:


Nearly every shop was decorated with beautiful pink and white flowers. Made the Village look ready for spring. That’s what we need right now in the UK.


Furla had some really bright pieces ready for spring. Bags and accessories from that shop are really good quality and not that expensive.


In Marc Jacobs shop there are great accessories as well as bags. I really like quality of his products. These from his cheaper range Marc by Marc Jacobs are truly beautiful.


Michael Kors had a whole range of handbags and accessories in beautiful, pastel colours. I’m sure that in a few weeks I’ll be back for some.


I decided to buy a wallet from Carolina Herrera. The leather is very nice and soft and I choose a classic, black colour. It’s very practical and quite small and what I like about it is, that a little coin compartment is removable, so if I have lots of change I can put it separate.


Gucci as usual had lots of great accessories as well as fantastic clothes collection. It’s one of my favourite shops for scarves. I bought this one a while ago but they still have plenty of their iconic logo scarves available.




Prada shop has extended the offer. They still have a great selection of Prada bags in various colours and shapes, but they also have lots of Miu Miu bags with great variety of colours.






Jimmy Choo shop has an amazing range of flats and heels. Great place for anyone that is obsessed with shoes.






I plan to go again in a few weeks time. Do you like shopping in designer outlet shops?

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3 responses to “Welcome to Bicester Village”

  1. Cat L. says:

    Love the post! Everything is so beautiful and enticing! Now I need to go shopping pronto!
    ~ Cat L.

  2. Kelly says:

    I have been to Bicester a few times now and did manage to bag myself a gorgeous bargain last trip but I always miss out on finding anything I really love or them having it in stock. Definitely a place you need to keep tabs on every few months! A very pretty venue though xx

    • trendissimo says:

      Totally agree with you Kelly, sometimes I can’t find what I’m looking for, but sometimes I don’t look for anything in particular and then I find something I really fall in love with. Few months ago I managed to find lovely Gucci heels, very classic black ones reduced from £400 to £100. I regretted later I didn’t take second pair in a different colour xx

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