London Shopping Guide

Tuesday, August 1, 2017


Last week we took the London shopping scene by storm - there wasn't a department store or market that we didn't visit. The pink ladies love a good shopping day out but especially in another country where they have brands we can't get our hands on as easily. Below I've outlined the places we visited and what they have to offer:


Liberty London

Liberty is an iconic London department store and was great to 'window shop' in as they carried amazing designer pieces. They also carry luxury cosmetics, fine jewelry, vintage designer pieces, textiles, home decor and so much more! 



Selfridges

This was by far my favorite place to visit! They had a gorgeous display of cosmetics including Huda Beauty & Charlotte Tilbury counters as well as amazing fashion designers such as Alexa Chung, Bella Freud, and Harley Viera-Newton. (They even had a section for vinyls!!)



Portobello Road Market

An antique market with over 1,000 dealers selling every kind of antique and collectible. Open everyday except for Sunday and sellers offer everything from vintage clothing to dainty jewelry. There is even a section in the market for food if you fancy having a bite to eat while haggling with vendors.



Covent Garden

An outdoor shopping 'mall' with lots of really cool beauty stores (including the Charlotte Tilbury flagship store), book stores, designer and high-street brands all in one charming little place.



Camden Market

Similar to Portobello Market except this market doesn't offer as much vintage clothing. They do however have more trinkets and gadgets and food stalls around every corner! Once you're done here you can take a nice little walk to Primrose Hill where you can see the skyline of London!



Topshop

This may seem like an obvious place to visit while in the UK but you need to visit the one in Oxford Circus as it's the flagship store! This Topshop offers things like a hair & nail salon, more designers then just Topshop, jewelry, sunnies, plants... and lots more! 



Harrods

Last but certainly not least we have the historic Harrods! Such a beautiful department store that was lots of fun to explore in as everything was far too expensive to purchase. It was beautifully set up and the interior is amazing!


We love London so much and can't wait to come back and visit soon!


All images are my own.

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