December 18, 2012

Memoirs: Brick Lane Bound… Exploring East London

Brick Lane is a brilliant way to spend your Sunday. I recently popped down there with an old friend of mine as the weather was decent enough for a Sunday stroll. This East London area has become a hipster’s playground, with graffiti sprawled on the walls of industrial buildings.

I love Brick Lane because it is so anti-high street, everywhere you look there is so much style around. The market is absolutely brilliant for picking up one of a kind vintage pieces to retro furniture.

Let’s not forget the food, Brick Lane is lined with tons of curry houses and bagel shops, which are cheaper and tastier than any chain restaurant.

If you’re ever in London, or just want something to do on a Sunday, Brick Lane is absolutely lovely.

Char xo

All photos were taken by me on my iPhone 5.

One response to “Memoirs: Brick Lane Bound… Exploring East London”

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