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Shepherd & Woodward is an old-fashioned clothes shop where you are served by knowledgeable staff, treated as an individual, and come out with a smile on your face having experienced a magical piece of Old England. A supplier of ceremonial regalia to both the University and City of Oxford for over 150 years, Shepherd & Woodward also stocks Barbour outdoor clothing (men's and women's), school uniforms for kids, and everything a well-dressed gentlemen needs for town and country life. Its sister establishment, Walter's, in nearby Turl Street, is even funkier, with a great-value barber's shop upstairs.
Alice's Shop Oxford is an endearing store selling local souvenirs, located in the St Aldate's neighborhood of the city. The shop is believed to be the place where Alice, daughter of Henry Liddell would come to spend time browsing adorable articles. She used to live at the nearby Christ Church, and is known to have inspired the all-time classic, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. This store, today, sells cute accessories like brooches, pendants, mirrors, bracelets, charms, earrings, etc and attracts numerous little girls. During Christmas, the shop sells an array of ornaments and Alice in Wonderland-themed figurines.
This fine old shop in a 16th-century building, once an inn called The Salutation, deals in original prints, antique maps, and drawings. The range of material is vast: the collection is over 30,000 items and includes Mezzotint portraits, topographical, decorative, sporting, caricatures, maritime, military, natural history, literary and fine art prints. Historic views of Oxford are a specialty, as are Japanese wood-block prints (18th to 20th Centuries). A fascinating shop to browse, with works at all prices, and a great place to pick up a unique souvenir, a gift for a friend, or a picture for your home.