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Shopping at Connaught Village

September 28, 2017
 

HIDDEN GEMS

London is full of hidden gems. I feel like I’m constantly learning about new places to explore and share with you all, and the latest in my discoveries is Connaught Village. After landing from Marrakech a few days prior, Natalya joined me on an afternoon of pure, unashamed leisure, shopping, lunching and wine tasting along the most charming street on a typically gloomy London day.


This feature is sponsored by Connaught Village, as always, views and opinions are my own. 

ME+EM

21 CONNAUGHT ST


 The first stop on my itinerary was a little shopping in ME+EM, a contemporary store filled with high-quality basics to fulfil every woman’s dream capsule wardrobe. I am so happy I was introduced to this brand, it’s definitely going to be a firm favourite from here on out. I left the store with a beautiful blazer, gorgeously tailored pants and a cashmere hoodie that I just couldn’t not own.

AL MASKOOF 

48A KENDAL ST


 Our lunch break was perfect, we sheltered from the rain at Al Maskoof and ordered an array of salads, hummus and the most delicious freshly made bread.

LUCY CHOI

18 CONNAUGHT ST


I tried on the most incredible pair of boots that typically were out of stock in my size at Lucy Choi, I’m officially in love and need to return to get them as soon as possible. This store is full of great designs and it’s no wonder considering she’s the niece of Jimmy Choo.

CONNAUGHT CELLARS

8 PORCHESTER PLACE


 I ended my afternoon at Connaught Cellars learning a thing or two about red wine (I’m so dense when it comes to wine) and the outcome was that I know understand a little bit more about my preference, apparently, I’m into a light-bodied red, preferably French.
 

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