Armadale is one of Melbourne’s most stylish suburbs. The High Street has everything from elegant restaurants and weekend cafés, to recognised brand shopping and specialist designer boutiques and retailers.
It is the perfect place to shop in Melbourne, offering all highest standards of our city’s culture and heritage as well as a friendly, tight knit community atmosphere.
My tip for shopping the High Street is to enjoy a full day in Armadale – relish in the wonderful shopping, eats, drinks and design destinations which the beautiful suburb has on offer. Spend the day with the girls shopping and lunching in style.
I also popped into two of the Seed Heritage stores, one of them is their very first shop front in Moray Street. The brand’s passionate founder was inspired by the need for a one of a kind and compelling shopping experience for both children and their parents, connected through great design.
The little white converted stable is the perfect place to browse their beautiful baby, kids and teen collections. I couldn’t resist purchasing a new season knit for my little man, the team are so friendly and only too happy to help find that perfect piece for your special child.
The High Street business precinct boasts not only an expansive range of designer clothing and homeware stores, but also bridal boutiques and the largest number of galleries and antique shops situated in any one place throughout the country.
It’s also the place to have some ‘you time’. Be it a new ‘do’ at Toni & Guy or experiencing a manicure at the infamous Texas Nails, or enjoying lunch or dinner with friends at one of it’s many gourmet eateries including Grapeseed, Phillipa’s or Zia Rina’s Cucina to name a few of my top hot spots.
From designer retailers to gourmet bites, boutique art shopping or antique hunting for the vintage lovers at heart, Armadale is a suburb for all lovers of style.