Looking for the latest street fashion? Whether buying or just trying to find out the latest styles, Carnaby Street has the answers. Ever since the ‘swinging sixties’, Carnaby Street has been the place where style trends, clothing ideas can be spotted. It is a great place to explore.
Just book Best Western Hotel London and take the tube to Oxford Circus. Carnaby Street is only a few minutes walk southwards, being sited between Regent Street and Oxford Street. This is where you can find over 100 shops and more than 60 places to eat and drink. Most of the shops are unusual, independent brands such as Dropdead, SkinnyDip, Peckham Rye, Ragged Priest, Cheap Monday and Lazy Oaf. The range of clothing is incredibly extensive especially when it comes to casual wear.
And it is not just clothing. This is where you can also find the perfect accessory to match your streetwise fashion. Take a look at Finlay’s eyewear, Irregular Choice’s fun footwear, fine jewelry from Joy Everley and hand crafted organic jewelry from Mor.
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Want to customize some accessories? No problem. Try the Make Your Own Flip Flops at Havaianas. A visit to Nixon will provide the perfect watch – personally designed to your own taste with components and engraved detailing available from a special customization bar.
Explore the latest styles with technological flair while a resident at any of the hotels in North London. Visit Pro: Direct for the latest in virtual shopping with full size digital mannequins in 4K definition and lots of mood lighting to get you in the mood for shopping.
Feel like a break from shopping? Take in some exercise at Duck & Dry or go for a swim at the Marshall Street Leisure Centre. Need a haircut? Visit Carnaby Street’s retro barbershop for slick or classic cuts.
Alternatively, relax with a drink, a snack or a meal at one of the many restaurants, cafes and bars. The hardest part is choosing as there are just so many options available. How about Spanish tapas at Dehesa? Or a curry at Dishoom? Built in the eighteenth century, the Shakespeare’s Head pub was once owned by a descendent of the great playwright but is now a great place for a beer.