London Best Shopping in Style

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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

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Marylebone High Street

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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.

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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.

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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!!!

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  1. 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.

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