Check out the list below for a nostalgic trip down memory lane.
5. Jane Norman
The women’s based clothing retailer was trendy on the high street in the early 2000s, selling clothes aimed at 16 to 25 year olds, until it went bust in 2011. The company is now owned by Edinburgh Woollen Mill and Peacocks.
The high street clothing shop takes the sixth spot on the list. The Dutch owned clothing retailer specialised in good quality coats. It closed all 109 of its UK stores over nine months in 2000 after losing £250 million over five years.
Long before IKEA dominated the flatpack furniture market in the UK, retailer MFI was a staple in retail parks and high streets. The furniture shop was one of the largest suppliers of kitchens and bedroom furniture in the country. MFI ceased trading after the financial crisis in 2008.
Photo: Peter Macdiarmid
8. Tie Rack
Founded by South African Roy Bishko, Tie Rack was often found in stations and airports and in some of the biggest UK shopping centres. Unfortunately, after a slow decline in sales, the gentleman's accessory store closed down in 2013.