For shoes, go to the C&J stores, either in Burlington Arcade or on Jermyn St, next to Turnbull & Asser. Â Find out what styles and size are best, then order them from PLAL when you get home. Â [Normally, I do not think this behavior is appropriate, since you are taking advantage of the retailer; however, in this case the retailer is in fact C&J, so it's not too bad]. Â Also, check in on E Green, also in Burlington Arcade, so you can consider their shoes on e-bay from British Shoes (see other topic on this site). Â Alas, it's too early for you to benefit from Â the UK summer sales. For shirts, I think the general consensus here is that H&K is the best Jermyn St. maker for the $; Budd (Prince's Arcade (?) between Jermyn St and Piccadilly) is also worth visiting. Â However, you can order H&K directly during their sales and save $. Â Harvie and Hudson, a decent brand, always seem to have a sale and a decent selection at their 2 locations on Jermyn St. Pink has gone downhill and is overpriced, and I personally have not been impressed by the Tyrwhitt and Lewin offerings, though others seem more impressed by the Tyrwhitt. The good news is they're all within a few blocks on Jermyn St., so you can form your own opinions. Honestly, though, Jantzen's Sea Island shirtings (available in solid white and blue) might be a better strategy; however, to break out of that mold, certainly there are many patterns available from the Jermyn St. companies.