Home to an abundance of alternative fashion, where better to take in a spot of socially distanced shopping than one of Yorkshire's busiest cities. As we take a look at where to shop for alternative clothing in Leeds.
With a train station just on the edge of the city centre, you won't find yourself far from some of the cities best alternative shops, so you can soon be shopping in style with ease.
Whilst things may be a little different today there's still no reason why you can't take in a spot of shopping safely around the city with your face mask to hand.
Before you set off on your journey we would recommend checking that each of the shops featured are open at present - simply click on the links provided to visit each retailer directly.
Once you're there, head to the Corn Exchange on Call Lane. Leeds infamous home of alternative and independent fashion. Whilst a lot has changed here since it's heyday, you'll still find an abundance of retailers to shop from.
With everything that you could possibly want for an alternative wardrobe, from the Alt Box, to Giant Kitten, and Hidden Wardrobe. Alongside a selection of record shops, barbers and tattooists, you'll certainly find plenty to visit!
Just around the corner from the Corn Exchange, you'll find Blue Rinse for some vintage finds from clothing to accessories to give your wardrobe a new pre-loved lease of life.
Then just a stones throw away, with more vintage attire you'll find Pop Boutique. Selling vintage and inspired clothing, accessories, and even homewares for that retro feel to your alternative home.
If that's not enough, you'll find more alternative shops to visit in the city centre. Head to the Trinity Centre where you'll find Damaged Society, home to a wide variety of alternative clothing, accessories, and footwear, alongside some spooktacular homewares.
Then it's a short hop over to The Headrow where you'll find Pulp, for more alternative clothing and accessories to complete your look.
You'll certainly find plenty to visit for your socially distanced shopping trip to Leeds. With plenty of alternative clothing shops, whatever your style.
Need help finding these alternative fashion shops in Leeds? Visit our handy directory site to find our helpful map, pin-pointing each shop around the city.
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