Out and About: Portobello Road Market

 

Portobello Road Market

Last month I went to Portobello Market with one of my colleague from work to get some props, to decorate one of our client’s stall at the natural product show. I love Portobello Market in Notting Hill. Portobello Market in Notting Hill, London is world largest antiques market selling quirky and unique collectibles & antiques. People from all over the world visit this famous landmark in London making it a hot tourist destination. Portobello Road market is mostly famous for antiques but if you love vintage clothing and home decor this is must visit place in your bucket list. I fell in love with this market as you can find colourful and quirky stuff full of character. I love vintage look for home decor and it’s a paradise for me with so many unique items to buy and decorate my house.

Portobello Road Market

 

Portobello Road Market Vintage and quirky clothing on display at this shop window.

Portobello Road MarketLot of independent shops to buy clothes from, if you are looking for unique pieces.

Portobello Road MarketLoving the hats and bags. Very colourful and quirky. The colourful beaded bags and the shoe print bags stood out for me. Love the way the shop window has been displayed.

Portobello Road Market

If you are looking for t-shits with unique prints, this place is a good one to check out.

Portobello Road Market

Portobello Road MarketLot of home decor items to buy. Full of character !

Portobello Road Market

Portobello Road MarketBeautiful china crockery on display. Felt like buying all of them. I am a huge fan of floral print 🙂

Portobello Road Market

Portobello Road Market

Portobello Road Market

Antique watches!

Portobello Market

Lots of memorabilia to buy.

Visiting Tips: Make sure you wear comfortable shoes, it’s  a 10 min walk from Notting Hill tube station and quite a large area full of shops. I was wearing heels and was so tired by the end of the whole tour.

Be sure to carry your camera and carry cash as lot of shops don’t accept card payments. Try your luck bargaining as you can get some discount at the independent shops. Make sure you carry a map or use maps on your phone if it’s your first visit.

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Stay Elegantly Fashionable xx

 

Debonita

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