I was very lucky to spend one month in London in January. It was a month of spectacular museums, amazing buildings, beautiful bridges, huge parks, strict royal guards, red double deckers, daily rain, winter wind, english tea, poached eggs and a lot of vintage markets.

Vintage markets are my favourite places in London. From Brick Lane to Camden Town and Notting Hill. They are a home to many useful and useless vintage stuff, rich culture, nice people and delicious street food. Notting Hill is the one I keep in the fondest memory. When coming to Notting Hill one instantly falls in love. Colourful, cute, elegant, tidy. It must be a dream to live there.

Portobello Road, the road in the middle of Notting Hill hosts shops and stables where you can find almost everything. From clothes, interior design pieces, tea cups, books, food, jewellery, shoes, sport antiques, comic books and a variety of hats. It’s a real treat. If you visit London, Notting Hill is definitely a must see!

Coat from vintage store in Portobello Road
Dress from Zara
Shoes from Blink
Necklace from H&M