With names like Louis Vuitton, Emporio Armani, Harvey Nichols, and Jenners, plus a variety of shopping malls, Edinburgh has more than enough to keep even the most ardent of shopaholics happy. Whether you're searching for that perfect pair of heels, the elusive dress that hangs perfectly, or a handbag to die for, Edinburgh is sure to deliver. Although Princes Street is the obvious destination, George Street and St Andrews Square are where the real carrier-bag action is to be found. We've selected a few of our favourites to give you a head start and let you hit the ground running when you arrive on your shopping break! Why not check out our short breaks page and treat yourself and friends to a shopping break in Edinburgh? Jenners Edinburgh Princes Street is home to one of Britain's oldest department stores, Jenners. With over 100 departments offering a variety of high quality goods, Jenners has been trading since 1838 and is as much a part of Edinburgh as the Castle itself. With a Royal Warrant, it enjoys continued success and definitely deserves a visit. Louis Vuitton Edinburgh Shoes and bags a plenty are available at the stylish Louis Vuitton store in St Andrews Square. Adjacent to the ever popular Harvey Nichols, the Louis Vuitton store always proves popular with both locals and tourists alike. Emporio Armani Edinburgh Italian designers Armani recently opened their doors to the Edinburgh public, showcasing their range of luxurious fashion on the now famous 'Multrees Walk', home to many designer shops. The last word in Italian style, available all year round. For more information, visit the Armani Website. Harvey Nichols Edinburgh For the fashion conscious, Harvey Nichols houses many top designers, as well as an abundance of shoes, cosmetics, luxury food and a fourth floor restaurant with suberb views of the city. Shopaholics beware; it's a day out in itself! House of Fraser Edinburgh From Chanel to Prada, the House of Fraser store, Edinburgh, is home to many a designer brand, catering for those with expensive tastes. Can you afford to miss such an extravaganza of fashion?