wear this there: no197 chiswick fire station.

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somewhere in good ol’ london there’s a darling abandoned fire station turned hot new hangout. cool kids seeking swanky cocktails, and a hearty meal head to no197 chiswick fire station — it won’t disappoint. the interiors are aesthetic perfection from the pomegranate velvet chairs, to the casually cornered greenery. bring out your retro best for fall with... 
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wear this there: tartine bakery.

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as a former san franciscan, i take it a little personally that tartine bakery waited for my departure before opening its huge haven of freshly baked carbs, but it’s reason enough to return. tartine bakery is possibly the worlds greatest dough, and now they have an entire location in collaboration san francisco-based heath ceramics, dedicated to the craft — of minimalistic... 
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wear this there: botanic kitchen.

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okay, so we’ve been on a bit of a botanical binge lately, but can you blame us? it’s the tail end of summer and we’re trying to milk all the leftover warm days for what they’re worth. we’re also having a moment for home grown, and seasonal menus — thus huntingdon, england’s botanic kitchen satisfies all our cravings. you’ll fit... 
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wear this there: sketch.

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we’re having a rock n’ roll moment for a second while we introduce you to this week’s wear this there. sketch is london’s cotton candy dining (and high-tea) experience that is all types of british eccentric, and we’re diving right in -— pinkies up! it’s truly 50 shades of pink everywhere you look, from the booths to your boots. a punk... 
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wear this there: gwen.

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moody interiors make for moody outfit choices. good food makes for happy bellies. you get the point. gwen is the new sweetheart of hollywood where one can sip a cocktail among art deco surroundings — only without any of the snobbery. it’s a butcher shop after all. its ambiance can be attributed to oliver and evan haslegrave, an interior design duo from Brooklyn,... 
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