wear this there: sketch.


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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light & lovely location.


located in a bend of the River Thames in Barnes, england — a suburban district outside of the London is this Stunning converted Edwardian House. even though it only takes 30 minutes to get from Barnes to central London, it feels as though you’ve stepped into a small country village. the home is one in light locations’ roster of photographic and film sites,... 
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wear this there: the book club.


oh, london! home to so many of those charming little watering holes we could venture into with the possibility of never coming back out. the book club most definitely makes this list. located in east london, its playful charm is reminiscent of making googly eyes at your high school crushes over a ping pong match, only with adult beverages. a grown-up, yet still flirty get-up... 
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living light.


U.K.-based photographer Paul Massey not only photographed this beautiful home, he designed it too. clearly he has a great eye — he was taking pictures by the time he was five years old and at sixteen, he was given a full-time position on The London Evening Standard, the youngest ever to join the staff.  his career later turned to fashion and portraiture, working with... 
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living little in london.


this is a charming little home which formally housed horses. no really — it used to be a small stable in Victoria Park in central London, recently renovated by Norwegian architect Christopher Dyvik and his partner Isabel Pietri, recently featured on bo bedre. the house is still in a state of renovation, but such a long way they’ve come. In small houses, it’s... 
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