Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens;
Bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens;
Brown paper packages tied up with strings;
These are a few of my favorite things...
Dahlia has the rest of my favorite things. I liked everything in this store! They had very pretty dresses, tops, skirts, and accessories. Their accessories were my favorite!
The entire store is adorable, beautifully yet...more
I was strolling through Carnaby Street before catching the bus when I stumbled across this lovely little shop down an alley. Supposedly the designer is British and began selling her pieces on Portobello Road ten years ago.
The shop is brightly lit, small and very quaint. I found the Dahlia collection to be rather vintage-inspired, with precise tailoring feminine details. The quality of the...more
Not much has been done to a great standard in the shop itself. Having said that, the wallpaper and the mirror in the dressing room feels quite homely.
The shop is quite cutting edge in what they offer, the emphasis on shape and cut and are amongst the freshest themes out there, there is always an interesting cut to look out for at Dahlia's. Attention to detail is essential, buttons, pockets,...more
What a sweet store! They took care of every detail and made the most of the tiny space. The clothes are quirky, fun, and trendy. I love the way they displayed in the store some outfits with clever styling, they really made me want to buy the complete look they suggested on one of the walls, but my pocket couldn't afford it, luckily they also have some fun accessories that where perfect for my...more
The flagship store on Fouberts Place is a very sweet little store, with pretty delicate floral wallpaper and whitewashed dressers placed strategically around the place as it it were someone's dressing room, which is I supposed the whole effect the label is trying to give off. The clothes in there are very nice, Dahlia itself is a small label that is slowly expanding and there are lots of nice...more