We went past the very attractive window of Designer's Guild.
Then we had a good browse and restorative tea in a foodie emporium called Natural Kitchen.
|Some of this Pukka tea was purchased; I am a big fan of Tick Tock Rooibos tea|
Next we checked out Agnes B. Very French, very stylish but heart-stoppingly expensive for What It Is.
|Agnes B laidback cool|
|I liked this Agnes B toile de Jouy dress|
|With this dress you get scarves attached - but too frightening to think of dishwasher related accident|
I insisted we went into Malene Birger, so I could pay hommage to one of Faux Fuchsia's favourite shoppes. I last went here with Faux herself when I met up with her last year.
|One of the Mummies - my friend K, isn't she cute? And sooo tiny! A real doll! Can you believe she has 2 boys same ages as mine and a little girl too!|
The decor in Malene was very fancy but it just wasn't the same without the supreme glamour of the Faux Fuchsia.
Malene seems to have gone all hippy-boho for summer, lots of maxi dresses, no good for shortie me.
I liked this, not least because it was 70% off but I saw nothing as nice as the dress Faux bought.
Next we went to Matches. Nice but full of super expensive designer kit.
|Dummy with hand out is saying, "No, Mrs Blighty, do not come in here, you are not a high net worth individual and you shop at Tesco"|
|Chloe bag, did not bother looking at price as shouting out "Good God, what a price!" not cool|
|Pretty cups at Matches - we did not get offered any beverages, you probably have to spend lots of money whereas I kept cracking jokes about how I would need a lottery win first...strangely the sales assistants did not find this funny...|
|Marc Jacobs dress at Matches, about £3 trillion|
After Matches we staggered into Cologne and Cotton, a nice homeware, bed linen shop.
And finally we perused Whistles where I liked this dress, not least because Grandma Whacker often accuses me of Doing Too Much and, an even more serious accusation, Galloping Around.
|The time honoured response to a charge of Galloping Around is to neigh, shout "Clip Clop" and demand a nosebag for all meals|
|Grandma W has been following Louise of InTownsville's blog and is very concerned about Louise's poor broken back. Recently G pronounced that Louise was Doing Too Much and Galloping Around. So Louise - behave, otherwise I will send you this dress!!|
And then we went home and the other Mummies reminded me that I needed to collect Boys 1 and 2 from school. It's really important I go on trips with responsible adults.