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Wednesday 27 February 2019

Ted's All About The Prints

Prints, prints and more prints. In case you hadn't noticed, we've fallen in love with floral prints this spring, and who does floral better than Ted Baker?

Ted's latest collection takes inspiration from stunning scenery and wildlife, focusing on the beauty of nature's wonders. 

The Graceful range bring soft sophistication to your new spring look. Whereas Ted's Elegant prints, created from intricate watercolour, adds a little romance to your wardrobe. 

There are plenty more prints and styles to be found in store.

Visit Ted Baker's St. Pancras shop.



Wednesday 27 February 2019

Gone Brogue

For gents this season, all eyes are on classic. To achieve this look we suggest starting from the bottom and work up.  

The brogue; a staple in any gentleman's shoe-rack.

Pictured is Dune London's Pollodium brogue, the rounded toe and traditional brogue detailing makes for a timeless pair of lace-ups - we particularly like the racing green laces.

Visit Dune London's St. Pancras store to see the latest in their ranges.


Tuesday 26 February 2019

This Season's Fashion Statement

Whether considering your next look, or simply enjoying a spot of window shopping, St. Pancras is a fashionista's paradise, with the station's Arcade filled to the rafters with understated elegance and bold statements.

This season's fashion statement at St. Pancras comes from Aspinal of London, and in the award for turning heads Aspinal rank high. 

With the Lion Trunk Clutch, Aspinal have drawn inspiration from an enduring and powerful symbol of strength; the lion - very British. 

Coupling transparent acrylic with hand crafted brass-work, and then finishing in gold, it's fair to say Aspinal have created a truly inspired statement. 

The range includes a variation of boxes, visit their store in the Arcade to see their latest designs. 

Aspinal of London at St. Pancras

Tuesday 19 February 2019

Starbucks' new Blonde Roast has Arrived at St. Pancras

Starbucks' new Blonde Roast makes for a smooth coffee with a little extra kick, and it's arrived at St. Pancras.

Softer on the palette with subtle citrus notes, the Blonde Roast is a welcome alternative to Starbucks' Signature blend.

Whether yours is a Latte or a simple Espresso, you can try the new roast in your favourite coffee.    

Find the Starbucks in St. Pancras' Circle.

Wednesday 13 February 2019

The Betjeman Arms' Côte De Boeuf is 'an absolute winner'

As well as taking in the sights at St. Pancras, Jessica, a London food blogger and founder of Not So Basic London visits The Betjeman Arms to try their Côte De Boeuf. We hear it's 'an absolute winner.'

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The Betjeman's Arms