Tel Aviv Shopping Guide

When walking around the beautiful city of Tel Aviv, one really gets a taste for Israeli fashion. From laid back “I just want to sit around all day and do nothing” clothing to meticulous, hand-picked outfits, there is a wide array of what you will see locals wearing, but one thing is always consistent: Israelis always dress to impress.

Don’t be surprised if you do not see people in business attire, here in Israel most people go to work in street clothing. Tel Avivian fashion is very unique and if you’d like to know which areas to hit so you can fit right in, here are five of the city’s hottest and most popular fashion hubs.

Dizengoff Center

Dizengoff Center is located just south of Dizengoff Square. Its central location makes it easy to stop by and get a look around, but make sure you wear walking shoes and learn how to navigate a map before going!

The Center, located at the heart of the city, has five floors and over 400 hundred stores.

It is easy to get lost in the sea of shops, so make sure to download the app EasyDizi before going to make your time count. Fun fact: it was Tel Aviv’s first mall!

TLV Fashion Mall

The Tel Aviv Fashion Mall is the perfect place to purchase a variety of different clothing and accessories. You can go to the Fashion Mall to cool off after going to the beach or after seeing one of the most beautiful landscapes in Israel.

Come for the shopping and stay for the architecture at one of Tel Aviv’s newest malls!

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The mall has a breathtaking, open design that allows for natural light to come in through the ceiling which creates a very pleasant environment. It houses international brands like PULL&BEAR and Bershka, local boutiques, staple brands like Nike and Under Armour, and higher-end stores like Dior and Swarovski.

It has a great selection of stores that allow every member of the family to enjoy!

Kikar Hamedina

Now, if you’re looking for high fashion stores like Gucci, Furla, and Zadig & Voltaire, Kikar Hamedina is the place to go.

Don’t forget your wallet because you will definitely need it at this location! This outdoor area is a block north of Arlozorov Street and the shops are set on the perimeter of the circle.

After doing some family activities at the small park in the center of Kikar Hamedina, relax and grab lunch or coffee at one of the many cafes in the area to take a break from all the shopping!

Sheinkin Street

We saved the best for last: Sheinkin Street. Here you will have the opportunity to get your hands on some true local clothing. It is directly east off of the Carmel Market which makes it an easy spot to visit.

Stroll down the street and make your way through the best boutiques Israel has to offer! You will surely find some of the most intriguing and eclectic clothing that is unlike anything you’ve seen before.

Make sure to go on a Tuesday or Friday to visit the incredible artist market on Nachalat Binyamin, only a block away from Sheinkin Street!

Learn Hebrew and become a Pro Israeli Shopper!

Since you now know where to shop, learn some Hebrew so you can truly become a savvy Israeli shopper!

Sign up for our online Hebrew courses, so that when you go to Dizengoff Center, the TLV Fashion Mall, Kikar Hamedina, and Sheinkin Street you will not only be able to buy some extraordinary clothes, but you will be proud of yourself for being able to do it all in Hebrew.

Our online courses will allow you to learn and master your Hebrew so that you can become comfortable speaking it on your own.

About the author

Lauren RubLauren Rub is a social media marketer and a 2nd year Broadcast Journalism student at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. She is passionate about languages as she speaks three of them herself.

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