Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Liberty

 It's 2 years since I Tripped the Light Fantastic in London with my sisters and their children. I wish I was there now. I'd head straight to the Christmas section of Liberty and buy some crackers- much better than anything I can source here. And I'd get some decorations too.
 Every blogger tourist and instagrammer always takes snaps of the gorgeous flowers at the entry to Liberty. Because they are always divine. Say what you will about me, I'm a Joiner.
 Here's a pregnant me making The Pilgrimage

That is all.
xxxx

22 comments:

  1. Oh I see what's going on - 100 new posts before the Blog's 3rd anniversary. And they are good ones too. That Liberty store is the best - thanks for the pictures.

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  2. Dear FF,
    I've never tripped the light fantastic to London so I'm loving the pictures so very much. I can't imagine the joy of all the decorations and the Britishness.
    Oh the Liberty store looks divine - it would be on the list of visits. I remember first seeing Liberty prints when I started my first job after University, there was serious spending.
    Have a great day,
    B. x

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  3. Nice! I hope to go one day!

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  4. It is one of my favourite places. There is a necklace in one of the jewellers on the ground floor that I visit often. If I had a spare £125k that's what I would buy (probably).

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  5. I dont think I'd be able to restrain myself in the Christmas section of liberty. Many years ago I got my mum a glasses case and photo frame from liberty for Christmas. She used that glasses cases from that day until she passed away about 10 years later. Special.

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  6. Love the Liberty. I bought some divine decorations there too. Including a glittery pug for my sister.

    Oh, and some Alexander McQueen goodness for me too.

    It is my spiritual home.

    K xx

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  7. Love the Liberty. I bought some divine decorations there too. Including a glittery pug for my sister.

    Oh, and some Alexander McQueen goodness for me too.

    It is my spiritual home.

    K xx

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  8. Too much Faux Fuchsia is never enough!!! See you at lunch and we can workshop the orange and navy outfit, it's a no-brainer though with the Everyone's A Winner necklace ;) L xx

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  9. I love Liberty: actually make that English shoppes in general! We're just back from the UK, with Christmas decorations and cards, but no crackers as I was too worried they'd squash in the suitcase!
    Can I just say Marks & Spencer Salted Caramel Sauce: delish!!

    Loving these prolific posts- thank you!
    Pxx

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  10. One of my favourite stores, ever. I bought some lovely Xmas tree baubles there last year.

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  11. Please tell me you found the little hamper decoration in the box!

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  12. Liberty is on my must do list for December in London.

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  13. Would love those Christmas crackers. Alas - the ones from our local IGA just won't cut it in comparison.

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  14. I am tripping the light fantastique in London just after Christmas. I have not stepped foot in Liberty of London since I lived there 20 years ago back in the day of the puffed sleeves and ribbon neck ties. You have inspired me to do so this year! Xx

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  15. Loving all these posts FF.
    Cindy

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  16. Try Aldi for Christmas crackers. Theirs are tops, better than David Jones and about 1/3 the price.

    Am loving the profusion of posts, I can see you getting to 100 in no time at all.

    And I 100% agree about the Chanel ads.

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  17. Not quite the same, but Marks and Sparks have free shipping to Australia at the moment!

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    1. Really?! Heading to their website right now! Thanks!!
      P xx

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    2. Fantastic! There's some lovely Christmas wrappings and decorations to be had.

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  18. Oh, those polka dot crackers are perfection - coveting to the max

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  19. Liberty is 100 metres from my office...i should just get my salary paid to them directly to cut out the middle man

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  20. Then I would like to look totally different then what I do now!!!! I went to primary school with a girl called Siobhan who had olive skin and dark hair that reminds me if Princess Caroline - so that is who I would want

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