Sitting in a small picturesque quiet coffee shop in London, drinking a professionally made tasty cappuccino and writing a blog post is a new experience for me.
I carry my camera everywhere I go taking dozens of pictures. There are many cool places I visited with my sister Yanna. She lives in London for the hmm more than 20 years so she knows the best places in London. However, today I will start by sharing best shopping spots in London.
We went to Marylebone High Street, the trendy shopping street for a walk and lunch.
The secret passage from Oxford street to Saint Christopher’s place
Marylebone High Street
Formagerie our favorite place was full so we didn’t have lunch there. Definitely worth having a glass of wine and a cheese platter there.
Best boutique Kj’s Laundry
Kj’s Laundry the ultimate destination for the best edit of the season styles and fashion. One of the best shops in London I visited so far. They stock the coolest collection from established labels like Vanessa Bruno Athe, MM6, Humanoid, IRO, Tucker alongside some cult favourites: Samantha Sung, Sessun, Ilaria Nistri Roque, YMC, Pyrus as well as some new finds such as Timo Weiland, Thakoon Addition, Rabens Saloner. Worth visiting.
Best Bookstore Daunt Books
Daunt Books is an amazing original Edwardian bookstore with long oak galleries and graceful skylights situated in Marylebone High Street, London. A must see even if you don’t plan on buying any books.
Stay tuned there is more… I have to run, Yanna is on her lunch break from work waiting in a Costa coffee shop…
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Have a lovely Day!!!
Really great pics, London is one of the best city in Europe!
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I like St Christopher’s Place and remember discovering that passageway totally by chance a while ago. Those giant baubles look wonderful! Next time I’m in London I must head to the bookshop. I’ve not heard of it before.
I’m planning to go to London next year to study and i will definitely check out all these shops 🙂 thanks for the great post!
That is great …London is magical…