A Weekend in London with Style Bloggers: Metrogypsie & Prettyfaze

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Just a few weeks ago Metrogypsie and Prettyfaze, both of whom are Nigerian fashion/style blogger, decided to go on a weekend long date with each other in the England’s Capital City, London.

They made a tour of their stay there and took pictures at some not-so-usual locations.

Santander Cycles

Popularly known as previously Boris Bikes after Boris Johnson who was the mayor when the scheme was launched, this public hire scheme in London has become Santander cycles from April 2015.
It carries a £2 for 24 hours charge.

metro-1Shirt Dress:- Zara, Faux Leather Leggings: Miss Selfridges, Booties:- Primark, Hat:- Topshop

metro-2Shirt:- Zara, Pants: Primark Booties:-Truffle (Ebay), Hat:- Select

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Westfield Shopping Center, Stratford

Billed as the gateway to the Olympic Park, this shopping mall is the
Second Westfield built in London (the first located in White City).
Westfield Stratford has basically every high street shop and some luxury ones as well as stationers, chemists, network provider shops, banks and a food court.

metro-4Shirt:- Cotton Doux, Denim Skirt: Warehouse, Shoes:- Primark, Bag:- Forever21

 

metro-5Shirt:- Zara, Pants: Miss Selfridges, Booties:- Ebay, Messenger Bag:- Select

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Portobello Road

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Popularly acclaimed as the world’s largest antiques and collectibles market, this funky street long Notting Hill location has over 1000 sellers.
From pre-loved to vintage to hand-made goods, there is a plethora of items one can get from here.

Made really popular by the film, Notting Hill. Portobello Market takes up most of what is actually more properly called Portobello Road, it stretches for around two miles, although on a crowded Saturday afternoon it takes quite a while to walk from end to end.

metro-8Jacket:- Cotton Doux, Skirt: Ted Baker, Shoes:- Primark, Bag:- Forever12

metro-9Turban:- Ebay, Pants:- Primark, Jacket:- Cropp Town, Scarf – Ukraine Shop

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London Fashion Weekend

This is an event put together by British Fashion Council the weekend after London Fashion Week (LFW) to experience insider knowledge and first hand advice from LFW brands.

Usually takes place at the Somerset House and also includes trend shows.

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metro-14Denim Jacket:- DKNY, Dress: H&M, Shoes:- Primark, Hat:- Topshop, Purse:- Aldo

 

metro-15Shirt:- Cropp, Denim Pants: Ali Express, Shoes:- Truffle Ebay, Hat:- Accessorize, Rucksack:- Kari

 

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Red Telephone Box

Sir Giles Gilbert Scott designed this telephone kiosk around cities in the UK, Malta, Bermuda and Gibraltar.

Although they stopped production with the advent of the KX series in 1985, many still stand in Britain.
The paint color used is known as “currant red” and is defined by a British Standard, BS 381C-539.

It is a great backdrop for street style pictures in London, bloggers and fashionistas alike, love to strike an un-looking pose with this box.

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Details, same as London Fashion Weekend’s

Photo credits: Metrogypsie & Prettyfaze

Metrogypsie
Stephanie Okafor
@Metrogypsie on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram
www.metrogypsie.org

Prettyfaze
Bukola Oguyemi
@Prettyfaze on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram
www.pretty-faze.blogspot.com

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