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    Default Clothes shopping in Brisbane

    I'm fairly new-ish to Brisbane, and I've only ever gone shopping at North Lakes Westfield and Chermside (and a little bit in Queen St mall). Can anyone recommend any other shopping areas? Specifically for women's fashion...

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    Chermside Westfield is good. Their target is great. DFO at the airport is ok too.

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    Indooroopilly is the best! It's huge and has heaps of women's clothing stores aswell as a store for pretty much anything else you woud need

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    what style of clothing do you like? There are some great boutique clothes shops in Paddington and also in Fortitude Valley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milktini View Post
    Indooroopilly is the best! It's huge and has heaps of women's clothing stores aswell as a store for pretty much anything else you woud need
    I second this

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    I usually go to Chermside, DFO or the city.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milktini View Post
    Indooroopilly is the best! It's huge and has heaps of women's clothing stores aswell as a store for pretty much anything else you woud need

    I third this!!

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    There is also young designer markets on over at South Bank once a month or so as well.

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    Thanks everyone! Looks like I'm off to Indooroopilly (sp?), Paddington & the valley

    Quote Originally Posted by wigglepuss View Post
    what style of clothing do you like? There are some great boutique clothes shops in Paddington and also in Fortitude Valley.
    I love boutiques...not a fan of buying generic clothes that twenty other people are wearing. I'll have to check out both of those places

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    If you're not into the generic, run-of-the-mill Westfields clothes stores, then definitely head into the Valley, James Street, Paddington/Bardon, West End, Adelaide Street in the City and the Elizabeth Arcade.

    Queens Plaza is more high end.

    Stones Corner has outlet shops and of course DFO near the Airport and at Jindalee.

    I love all the little Asian/Japanese boutiques dotted around the Valley and one of my favourite Brisbane clothes store has always been Blonde Venus.

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