Pages

Style

Culture

Opinion

.

.

Tuesday, 16 January 2018

Sketch, Mayfair

Sketch in Mayfair is far too fabulous for me to describe it with mere words. It's as if the whole establishment was sculpted from the dreams of angels. With its abundance of dining rooms, all with a different theme, it's hard not to find at least one element that you truly love. From powder pink to dark and mysterious, Sketch has it all under one (very photogenic) roof.

9 Conduit St, Mayfair, London W1S 2XG



Not only is every corner impeccably optimized for the perfect photograph, but the food is too. Whilst very pricey, the afternoon tea is the defining menu option at Sketch - the quirky china helps add an interesting twist too!

The staff as incredibly attentive and clearly very experienced on taking photographs for patrons.

Christmas is especially magical at Sketch if you happen to be thinking of planning a fancy festive treat!




A post shared by ⭐️ (@thesky801) on
A post shared by Shannyn (@miss_sew.b) on
A post shared by sketch (@sketchlondon) on
A post shared by sketch (@sketchlondon) on
A post shared by Song m.j (@jeju_ssum_mj) on
A post shared by Emily May (@emilymaywhitbread) on
A post shared by onflashon (@onflashon) on
0

Frank's Cafe, Peckham

Frank's Cafe is a millennial's dream come true. Why? Because it's pure pink. The vibrant walls attract thousands of snap happy Instagram users who cannot resist the opportunity to pose pensively on the steps that lead to the rooftop bar.

The pink walls, which have arguably made Frank's Cafe famous, are courtesy of Simon Whybray's creative mind. For the past two years the bright hue has been repainted to ensure that it's as accosting as possible - think what your wall may look like if you took to it with a pink highlighter pen.

Of course, the treat is that once you've climbed to the top of the stairwell - taking many selfies on your way - you can indulge in a beverage at the top which is particularly charming when the English weather is at its best.

NOTE: Frank's Cafe closes for the winter, so ensure you visit their website for updates before taking a trip!

10th Floor, Peckham Multi Story Carpark, 95A Rye Lane, London SE15 4ST
south london

A post shared by Ama (@notice_silence) on
A post shared by MeganBenson (@meganbensonx) on
A post shared by Clare Conway (@clare_conway) on
A post shared by Betül (@betuloztekinn) on
A post shared by Rossana (@rossanamrnd) on
A post shared by Shanie Ryan (@shanie_ryan) on
A post shared by @_evmay on
0

Monday, 15 January 2018

Peggy Porschen Cakes

Peggy Porschen is possibly one of London's most photographed locations. The pastel pink walls and fluffy slices of cake combine to make it irresistible to Instagram lovers.

Located a short walk away from Sloane Square station (accessible via Circle and District tube lines), Peggy Porschen serves up immaculate cupcakes, macarons and cake served with a picture perfect hot beverage - or you could opt for a sparkling glass of pink lemonade, which is very befitting of Peggys where the interior looks like a unicorn's playground.


 The stylish come in droves to have their picture taken on the doorstep of the establishment, which changes depending on the season. In easter you may mind pastel eggs nestled into a feather garland, Valentine's Day sees flowers all around, Halloween calls for painted pumpkins and gold skulls, while Christmas spoils you with many festive fancies.

 Those who have an eye for food come here for the delicious delicacies (my personal favorite is the banoffee cupcake, which is to die for), which all come Instagram ready.

It's not particularly cheap (one cupcake can set you back £5) but that is the price you pay for such beauty and intricate attention to detail. Besides, when it comes to getting a picture for Instagram, a place like Peggys is priceless!



A post shared by Helena (@helenasittny) on






A post shared by Zarina Khairiyani (@zarinakt) on

A post shared by Antonia D (@antonia.doncheva) on


A post shared by Anita Maderna (@anitamaderna) on

A post shared by Anita Maderna (@anitamaderna) on

A post shared by Anita Maderna (@anitamaderna) on

A post shared by Anita Maderna (@anitamaderna) on

A post shared by Anita Maderna (@anitamaderna) on

A post shared by Anita Maderna (@anitamaderna) on

116 Ebury Street, London, SW1W 9QQ
0

Tuesday, 2 January 2018

The Sugarhouse Studio Pastel Wall

The Sugarhouse Studios' Pastel Wall is easily the most Instagrammed in the world, and it's easy to see why. The delicate pastel hues, which look as if they've just been plucked directly out of a Wes Anderson film, offer a neutral backdrop for any outfit photographs. But, unlike a white wall, these tiles supply a natural enhancement. For example, it wouldn't matter if your outfit complimented or contrasted the frosted pinks and yellows behind you because they're too subtle to interfere with the composition. Essentially, the pastel wall - no matter how pretty - will never overshadow you, it will only work in your favor!

A post shared by PureWow (@purewow) on
Based in East London - the home of extortionately priced coffee and 'hipsters' - Sugarhouse Studios opened in 2012 as a studio and events space. Over the years it has played host to a cinema, construction workshops, exhibitions and late night events. Thus, if you live a long way away and cannot justify traveling to East London exclusively for a picture infront of the pretty pastel wall, then you could coincide your trip with an event - or, you could utilize your time with a jam-packed itinerary of other blogging hot spots around East London!
Not only is Sugarhouse Studios incredibly beautiful, but it is also very easy to locate. A short distance (less then five minutes) from Bermondsey Tube Station (Jubilee Line), the wall is unbelievably easy to access - not something other Instagram hot spots can boast.
A post shared by Dos Niños (@dos_ninos) on
However, this accessability means that if you trek here for a picture you will likely be queuing for a short while as other photography enthusiasts take their turn with the tiles. But, atleast if you are a solo adventurer this means there will be plenty of people to take your picture for you!



In summary, you cannot call yourself a blogger until you have ventured here. A picture against the powdered tiles is compulsory for those who want to keep their timeline pretty in pink!
A post shared by Sharon Yang (@syang) on
Address: 19 Collett Rd, London SE16 4DJ
 SE1, SE2, SE3, SE4, SE5, SE6, SE7, SE8, SE9, SE10, SE11, SE12, SE13, SE14, SE15, SE16, SE17, SE18, SE19, SE20, SE21, SE22, SE23, SE24, SE25, SE26, SE27, SE28, SE29, E1, EC, E14, E2, E3
1

Sign Up To The Newsletter

Inspiration

Follow

Our favourites