London Week :: Days Two & Three

Aaaaaannnnddd ... I'm finally getting around to sharing the rest of our London trip! Day two was a glorious day of Mom and daughter shopping heaven. We hit the King's Road, merrily shopping our way down to Chelsea. It was all very girly and one of those days when I was so ridiculously thankful that my only child is such an amazing young woman. Actually that is most days, but this was a really good one. We spent loads of time at Anthropologie:


We loved the windows at Osborne & Little and The Designers Guild:


Later that night we enjoyed the lights on Sloane Square and had delicious and super relaxing dinner at  Made In Italy:


My sweet, beautiful family and that's me on the walk home in my inclement weather hat (yes, there was inclement weather). It was a great day and I was excited to get to visit a lot of the shops I have heard about, including the Shop at Bluebird where my sneaky daughter bought me a Christmas present!

Day 3 was very mellow with a trip to the Victoria & Albert Museum. The best part, for me, was lunch in the music room:


After the museum, we took in the sights of gorgeous South Kensington:


It was nice enough to sit outside at a sidewalk cafe and have a coffee. We were all exhausted and still had a few days to go, so we decided to have sushi at home that night. I think we were all in bed by 10 pm! This is what happens when you deposit 3 people who are used to the pace of the English countryside into the hustle and bustle of London!

5 comments:

Berna E. Tuncay said...

Thank you for posting your London trip. It was such a treat for me :)) It's one of my favorite cities...

leah said...

this looks magical! i have always wanted to shop at anthropologie... glad you had a lovely time x

noreen said...

gorgeous shots! looks like so much fun. did you get to chipotle?? glad you had a lovely time.

insideology.com said...

Wow looks like you had an amazing time! Weren't thr lights in Sloane Square beautiful??

Happy New Year Beth!

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