If you were to look at all the money I’ve spent since I’ve been to London it’s clear I’ve been shopping. It just happens to be that a lot of what I’ve been buying for myself has been less of a want and more of a need )or semi-need). For example, I’ve had to buy things for rugby (cleats, mouthguard, other atheltic-like clothing).
But, now I’ve done some good and proper shopping just because I want stuff for myself. Oh, wait, I remember I did buy something for myself. I bought a tote bag from Liberty. Just pretend that didn’t happen.
I went to Camden Market and walked around a little bit. Camden Market isn’t one market, but a series of markets and shops and narrow passages full of ethnic food stalls. Anyways, I bought a sweater (but not after debating which one to get).
Also, today I went to Brick Lane (curry capital of London) to go to a “flea market.” It was basically an American Apparel sample sale. Oh my goodness. It was like a hipster fashion parade. But, luckily I totally fit in with my newly purchased skull sweater and not so newly purchased suede boots. I ended up buying a chiffon tank top and some other little accessories. Funny how I’ve never owned anything from American Apparel until now… when I’m not in America.