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Howie Nicholson's take on the kilt has helped alter the garment's image. You'll find camouflage, black, denim, leather and PVC kilt options for men and...
48 Thistle Street
The city's best-known joke shop is flagged by an oversized Groucho moustache and glasses above the front door. You'll also find stage make-up, magic tricks...
99 West Bow
Although they're best known as optometrists, Blacks & Lizars also specialises in photographic equipment: digital, compact and SLR cameras, plus camcorders,...
6 Shandwick Place
Restaurants & cafés, Shops
This handy addition at the back of Scotland's premier outdoors activity store, Tiso, offers breakfast rolls, some serious panini, quiches, soups and salads,...
41 Commercial Street
Recovered pieces from the Georgian, Victorian, and Edwardian eras can be found here, alongside art nouveau and art deco objects.
31 West Bowling Green Street
British-made crafts are a speciality here, as are fairly traded and recycled goods; if you're looking for a souvenir of Scotland that's actually been made...
55 Bernard Street
One of the city's best Highland outfitters stocks kilts (including children's kilts), ladies' kilted skirts and all the relevant accessories.
57-61 High Street
Spread over 50,000sq ft of floor space in a converted whisky bond, this is the largest collection of quality antiques and collectibles in town.
10 Pattison Street
In addition to contemporary minimalist furniture, you'll find a large range of modern accessories, including plenty of Alessi designs.
28 Howe Street
Fossils of all sizes and to suit all budgets are sold here, as well as a good range of minerals, both polished and unpolished, and jewellery incorporating...
Just off Broughton Street, this queer shop is pleasingly clean and airy. Head here to buy mucky DVDs and magazines, as well as skimpy underwear and a full...
5 Barony Street
Stocks an array of Matryoshka dolls, Russian dolls, ceramics, laquerwork, wooden crafts and icons.
18 St Mary's Street