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Shopping and Cocktailing

written by ChristingC January 29, 2009
The shops on Oxford Street were far crazier than expected (i thought this was a recession?) but I still managed to browse around the enormous Topshop before joining a friend for dinner. I rarely venture to ‘central’ London and prefer to circulate my usual haunts in Notting Hill and Chelsea, but it was refreshing to see people en masse once again. I tend to find the city slightly lonely in January. Purchases include: variety of accessories (mostly tribal and studded), grey ‘lantern’ skirt, and the most perfect caged shoe boots. All items to be on show in near future.
Whilst swerving my way home via bus, I phoned the boy and we decided to meet at our favorite weeknight beverage stop before heading home. The E&O serves taste bud friendly food from the east and shakes my favorite lychee martini. I highly recommend as a venue for people watching. Think everything from wealthy women in full length fur and gaudy jewellery, to boho locals in beaten up combats and headbands, to designer clad fashion editors, and drunken bankers in suits.

American Apparel Tank, Kate Moss for Topshop Wet Look Jean, Steve Madden boots, Topshop beanie, all accessories from Portobello Market

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