Saturday, 14 November 2009

Liberty Christmas

Apologies, another Christmas related post. I can't help myself, I love the build up almost as much as I love the event itself. So, if you don't share this thought... look away now!

I took a couple of days off work at the end of this week and visited London for the day. I think I misjudged the size of my to-do list against what I could realistically fit in . I aIways forget the amount of time it takes to actually get around London.

However, I still managed to spend my money - no surprises there. And I'm sure I'll be sharing my purchases with you at some point.

But in the meantime, I wanted to share with you the sneaky pics I took in my favourite department store, Liberty. What better way to get even more into the Christmas spirit, by looking around their Christmas shop and windows.

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19 comments:

  1. I saw other pictures of Liberty on Style Bubble these days...gorgeous, I want to be there!!!

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  2. Woa. That store is so beautiful. I wish I lived in London.

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  3. Oh, I LOVE these photos. So seasonal. It makes me feel all cozy.

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  4. Such a beautiful store. I love the white squirrels!

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  5. Fabulous ! I'm going to London next week, I'm so happy !
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  6. I wish I was there... So beautiful photos.

    I also love the build up almost as much as I love the event itself.

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  7. Oh I love Christmas so much. The stores in your area are displayed so beautifully! I wish the stores here looked half as good as that during the holidays. I really enjoy your blog :) x

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  8. lovely photos dear!can't wait for Christmas!!!

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  9. I don't think anyone should apologise for mentioning Christmas !!!! Lovely pictures - it's such a gorgeous store anyway. Fabulous of you to write about it ! Best wishes

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  10. I am really getting excited for Christmas. We went to the grocery store, and all the treats were out.

    Beautiful pictures, I want to move into that store!

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  11. I LOVE Christmas, and I plan to make lots of posts about the whole affair!

    And I will definitely be looking forward to more from you about it all too, everything about your posts make me happy.

    I plan on going to Liberty next week and spending a couple of hours there and columbia road market on a sunday will be incredibly christmassy! x

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  12. your post is darling! oh how i want that snow globe with the swans.
    oh well at least i have my Liberty rose shower gel. ;-)
    xox

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  13. Liberty's is always lovely- I see you visited the pop-up sweet store in there at the mo! Next time you must go into their tearoom for a pot of tea and a cake. :o) xxx

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  14. oh i'm so pleased to see others sharing my joy for christmas!!

    e - i haven't been to columbia rd market before but have heard it is good. i would love to see you post about it. i'm due another visit to london in february so may get to go then

    candlelight - i went to laduree for tea but i would like to try liberty the next time, thanks for the suggestion

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  15. Oh gorgeous. I love it when stores dress themselves up for the holidays ^_^

    Tip: Why not open your blog to ppl using the Name/Url functionality?

    Sinta @ http://www.knittering.com

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  16. Lovely christmas photos in both this post and in the post before, really made me looking forward to christmas.=) Haven't seen those flying saucers candy since I was a little kid.

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  17. oh i love liberty! their fabrics most of all

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  18. This looks so gorgeous, i'm also going to London this weekend but I bet I won't fit everything in, booh..

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  19. I adore Liberty's decorations. They really do know how to do it right. Can't wait to get back to London in Dec. (where I plan on doing all my Christmas shopping). I think most department stores end up taking it too far with the holiday decor and it just ends up blinding me.

    And I'm all for the run-up to Christmas. Just unpacked all the baubles and tinsel!

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