The gowns in the window of this shop were to die for!!! 

 So here we have it, The second instalment of my London Photo Diary.  Now being a Made in Chelsea fanatic, i insisted that Helena take me to Chelsea, Kings Road and Sloane Square, of course we had to check out Bluebird to see what all the fuss was about, and of course i had to try their eggs Benedict.   We’d had a pretty lazy morning, so we then headed over the Kings Road on the tube (which btw, is the scariest place on the planet) We had a walk up and down looking/lusting at all of the shops, heading in to Anthropoligie to get some sought after ‘initial’ mugs, we spent ages in Zara Home mentally furnishing our houses with all the cushions, rugs, candles and lampshades! I’d just move in to be honest.  London really is a fabulous place, and with everyone gearing up for Christmas is was mega busy! The Christmas lights were gorgeous, during the day as well as night time.  There’s something quite magical about it all.
Wandering around we got to look at so many houses, and they’re all just how you’d imagine them to be in this part of London. Completely Gorgeous.  Perfect front doors, with shiny door knobs and letter boxes and almost everyone sports a rather lovely Christmas wreath.  Every day we got home, Helena would check out the house prices and declare where she would like to live next.  I don’t blame her.  I would do the same.

My last day in London i spent at Upper Street so stay tuned for that post coming later in the week.  It was a fabulous experience with a very exciting outcome! I can’t wait to share it all with you!
Happy Hump Day!

Sarah x


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