Sandwiched between London's Covent Garden and Soho is Seven Dials - a remarkable place to shop far away from the hum drum of the high street!
Easy to navigate in a matter of a couple of hours, Seven Dials offers something a little different from mainstream shopping, without compromising on the latest fashions.
Whether you are a fan of luxury brands, a vintage fashion magpie, a self-confessed beauty junkie or you like to keep it real with the latest street styles, Seven Dials caters for all tastes and all budgets.
When the lights go down, there's plenty to keep you amused - restaurants, theatres, bars and some of the best London pubs.
Here are our three top picks for shopping in Seven Dials:
Mint: For the vintage magpie looking for the some by-gone fashion in the Seven Dials, Mint is a shopping haven. The store stocks some fashion collectables from the 30s, 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s. Done up in an edgy style, eack nook and corner of this shop screams retro cool! Mint is slightly more expensive than other vintage stores because of its location, but to compete in the vintage wars these days, it's often necessary to just go all out.
Tatty Devine: As catchy as its name, are the acrylic accessories that Tatty Divine offers: fun, quirky and literally a work of art. If you stand for fearless fashion, you can bravely sport one of these neckpieces. All the attention will clearly be on you!
Miller Harris: If you’re looking to titillate your olfactory senses, then you will have a ball at Miller Harris. This store, lit with 1940’s French glass lanterns, is full of fragrances, aromatic body products, and candles. Tea connoisseurs can indulge in some fragrant teas too.