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Vintage Shopping in Lagos


Trendy stores, classy boutiques, and spicy malls are all around Lagos, the commercial nerve centre of Nigeria and this is not surprising. From Lekki to Ikeja and Victoria Island, there are one-stop-shopping malls available.


As the numbers grow, luxury shoppers are faced with a tough choice on which one to visit to purchase quality goods at affordable prices. Not to worry, Jovago.com a leading online Booking Hotel in Africa lists some trendy and fashionable malls for the vintage and luxury shopper.


Save energy with Online Shopping

Virtual shopping malls are trending right now.  If you don’t have enough time to drive to a luxury boutique, a few hours online will get you the fashionable items you want. An additional benefit is that the good are delivered to your doorstep and the return policy saves you from worrying about the quality. Today, many luxury stores offer online services to their teeming customers…you should give it a try!

Posh shopping at Poosh Lagos

Experience a warm ambiance and excellent customer service with a touch of quality and delightful brands that will blow your mind at this bespoke store. Luxury shoppers are assured of an amazing time at Poosh Lagos which is located in Victoria Island.

Appear African by visiting Woodin Fashion

Do you want to look stylish in African wear? Woodin Fashion is the place to go to give yourself a tasty and attractive look and make a firm African fashion statement. One of its major outlet is located at the Ikeja City Mall.

Polo Luxury

From Luxury watches, jewellery, to leather goods and writing stationery Polo Luxury houses them all. Interestingly, the products available are from well-known designers like Rolex, Frank Muller, and Frederique Constant, among others. Check out their flagship boutique on Ozumba Mbadiwe.


An evening at The Palms Shopping Mall

The Palms Shopping mall is a one-stop-shopping center. You can spend an evening with family and friends traversing the bespoke departmental stalls in the mall. From fancy restaurants to boutiques and bars fine items are available for the wealthy shopper.

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