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Dressed to please, not only satisfies those checking the person out, but also makes the wearer feel really special. Apart from looking good it creates a sense of classiness (panache), or exclusivity and uniqueness, and provides the feminine touch to stay ahead of the pack.
One great location is Oxford Street for the latest fashionwear which can be found in London, England. It is renowned for designer wear. However, there are many more places that exhibit cool shops such as Bond Street which is popular even amongst celebrities, or close by in South Molton Street. One store worth checking out is Boudi Fashion, a sophisticated clothing store.
Oxford Street is considered the heart of the city's shopping, boasting more than 300 shops, outlets and stores, and an assortment of choices from British to international designers. A Londoners favorite is Selfridges, where fashion, furniture and food are available for purchase.
One of the most popular stores to visit is Harrods in Knightsbridge because it’s simply fantastic out of all of the London department stores. Harrods takes the number one spot for being the best-known and most-visited shop. Harrods started off as a humble groceries and tea shop in 1849, which is a far cry from the seven-story, glittering icon it is today.
When I was younger, I used to visit Petticoat Lane which not only had bargains, but the latest fashionwear for the grabbing. It was cheap and although the street was renamed Middlesex Street in the early 1800s it is still known as Petticoat Lane Market today. From Monday to Friday Petticoat Lane Market is located on Wentworth Street but on Sundays, it spreads out much further. Definitely worth a visit as market traders buy bulk end-of-season lines and sell them on at great reductions. Women's fashion is always popular here.
Other British fashion stores in high estimation in London for the picking are as follows: London Rag, Really Wild Clothing, The Mercantile London, Suzannah, Katie & Jo, Salt Boutique, Ela, amongst others, and some even dispatch to Brazil.
Prof. Carl Boniface
Wearer (n) = comes from the verb to wear (present)/ wore (past). A person who is wearing something such as clothing, decoration, or protection. "A wearer of colorful suits stands out." Also, can be used for a person with hair or a beard of a specified length or style. "Wearers of long hair spend more time grooming (time to prepare)."]
Panache (n) style, flair, confidence, elegance
Renowned (adj) = famous, well-known, celebrated, prominent, popular
Bargains (n) = giveaways, good deal, good buy, snips, (ant) rip-offs
Far cry (idiom) = 1. a long distance. 2. something notably different. “The effects of the new law were a far cry from what was intended.”
Estimation (n) = valuation, appraisal, assessment, educated guess
Dispatch (v) = regular verb to send, forward, transmit, ship, post