London Designer Outlet is situated in Wembley Park, London and is a must visit for anyone who loves a discount [surely that’s everyone?!] I’ve been visiting for years as I don’t live far away and with plenty of parking and near a train station LDO is easily accessible to all.
When they announced stores including; Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger and the UK’s first NICCE store were opening at the end of this summer I jumped at the opportunity to head on down to scout out what they had to offer and worried about how I’d fit it all in my wardrobes at home!
You might have seen me visit LDO before when it was a little more festive…
I’m looking forward to London at Christmas!
We explored Kurt Geiger where I found some very nice shoes with over £100 each off the RRP, total steal if you ask me…Sensible size heels (for me!) means I am going to get a lot of wear out of them…
Next up we went into Phase Eight where my shopping partner in crime (my mum) tried on every jumpsuit they had and found her outfit for Christmas dinner. A beautiful red jumpsuit that hugged her perfectly. Me being me bought a jumper. I already own 482 but I really needed this one! So soft and button detailing down my left shoulder made it the perfect black jumper and smart enough to wear out out with jeans and heels (notice which heels!)
I remained very restrained in Calvin Klein but honestly I could have bought so much loungewear because let’s be honest, have we been wearing much of anything else lately?! The same goes for Tommy Hilfiger although I’m regretting not getting the most gorgeous green puffa jacket I know will be perfect for this winter. I might need to make another trip there soon to see if it’s still there…
I did end up on a bit of shoe buying spree because I found these beauties in Adidas and honestly just couldn’t help myself.
I think they’re quite good casual trainers that will look really nice until I wear them out once and they are no longer white! Anyone else unable to keep white trainers white??
We worked up an appetite with all that shopping and were pleasantly surprised to find Wagamama had been completely redesigned.
The gorgeous new seating was very well set up for COVID measures with big plastic screens in between different parties eating and all staff were wearing masks.
We were sat with this view and I dare you to beat it…
We set down all our shopping…
…and set to work deciding on what to eat.
The food came really quickly and as always tasted amazing.
Don’t continue scrolling if you are hungry, I warn you now!
But the design of this space was what really captured my attention. The beige and grey soft colour scheme looked so clean and modern whilst also being warm and inviting in what is a very strange special set up for a restaurant as it’s long and thin. They’ve done really well to make the most of the space and I loved this neon sign!
Until next time,
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