For all street wear and Wood Wood lovers! Here’s a post dedicated to you all. I’ve been browsing Wood Wood’s items online for a while now, since the Danish brand doesn’t have a branch in the UK. The shop has some really decent stuff (a little overpriced though) and while I was in Copenhagen on a holiday few months ago, I popped by the store in central to have a look at their items. Happy touring!
The store was huge, not outlet-huge huge, with several spacious display sections
Amazing collection of items from top to toe. Adore the Nordic and patterns.
Other brands were also available in store like Kenzo and Comme de Garçons
They stock a range of other women stuff too including accessories
The fitting room, doors in a simple geometric design.
Where all the little goodies are at, where I hang out most.
Took me almost an hour to view most of the items in store.
Got a little hungry after window shopping at Wood Wood?
Treat yourself to some yummy cupcakes nearby by Agnes Cupcakes :)
Go for the raspberry flavour! Comes with coffee at reasonable price.
post credits: Editer
Now that its approaching Christmas, London is all getting warmed up for the shopping frenzy.
Especially in sample sales and outlets, that’s where all the goodies at!
Queued up for an hour outside the London Newcastle Project Space for the Folk Sample Sale on Friday, and let me warn ya, the queue was long with over 200 people! Participating brands were Universal Works, Oliver Spencer and YMC mainly. The bargains I found there can’t be found anywhere else, prices were slashed up to 80% off!
My shopping of the week | Nine West Pancho 3, YMC jersey sweat, YMC suede desert boots,
Aubin & Wills dunbar hat.
…and more to come!
No wonder November and December is when people can’t afford to leave their jobs.