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A Tea Drinking and Hat Wearing Sort of Day

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Atelier Millinery Kingly Court corsage flowers pink fabric


Atelier Millinery hat shop Kingly Court


Atelier Millinery Kingly Court trying a hat


Atelier Millinery Sewing kit


Atelier Millinery taking pictures


Atelier Millinery butterflies


Atelier Millinery window
Kingly Court
I’ve been spending lots of time around Carnaby in central London lately – not that I’m complaining! It’s a lovely, inspiring place to shop, work and chill out. Whether taking snaps for a job, filming for a personal project or meeting up with friends, it’s to the cute tucked away Kingly Court that I’ve been heading. If you haven’t been – you must because I know you’ll love it! There aren’t many places in London where there are hubs of truly indie and creative shops where you can have tea, make a hat, have a massage, buy baby clothes, an accessory for yourself and ensure it’s all handmade, customised or Made in Britain.


But in Kingly, exploring and discovering these places is all part of the fun! That’s what me, Daniela and Sherin did the other day. We delved into Atelier Millinery on the first balcony over-looking the courtyard where the wonderfully friendly Milliners eagerly told us about some brilliant workshops they hold. Eyeing up cute birdcage bow headbands and fascinators, I’m very tempted to go and make the head accessory I’ve always wanted! From reading their leaflet, they offer 8 different courses starting from just Β£50 – isn’t it brilliant that shops give you the chance to say “Oh this? I made it!”


Camellia’s TeaHouse
Camellias Tearoom Kingly Court Carnaby Victoria Sponge cake sign


Camellias Tearoom Kingly Court Carnaby Glass Teapot Apple Tea


Camellias Tearoom Kingly Court Carnaby smelling tea canister


Camellias Tearoom Kingly Court Carnaby Cake


Camellias Tearoom Kingly Court Carnaby Teabgs


Camellias Tearoom Kingly Court Carnaby Daniella sipping teacup


Naturally, after all that fun hat-trying-on, we neeeeded tea! So up we went again to the top floor to the newly extended Camellia’s Teahouse which I love visiting when I want to get away. It’s so calming in there and I absolutely LOVE smelling the ‘Tea Wall’ and chatting to the super-friendly Lubna, a qualified Homeopath who started the tearoom from her love of mixing medicinal tealeaves together. Today, she still has her various blends mixed in the UK. Try the deliciously moist carrot cake and Turkish Apple Tea- too good!


Camellias Tearoom Kingly Court Carnaby rosebuds tea

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  • Lola February 5, 2012 at 7:44 PM

    >There needs to be cuter teashops where I live! Envious of all the exciting places you get to go to to have tea and cake!! XX

  • Suzanne February 5, 2012 at 2:07 PM

    >Some beautiful photos here. I'd love to try my hand at hat making! x

  • Rachelle February 5, 2012 at 11:53 AM

    >Yumm carrot cake is my favourite! I need to get myself down to London and experience all these amazing teashops you go to!
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  • HiFashion February 5, 2012 at 10:59 AM

    >I had so much fun on Thursday. I love Kingly Court, and was obsessed with the hats at Atelier's.

  • Jo February 5, 2012 at 4:14 AM

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    Lost in the Haze: Fashion Blog

  • Winnie February 5, 2012 at 12:50 AM

    >I love Kingly Court. I really like mooching around in the Style Showroom. I've always wanted to pop into Camellia's Tea House, their range of teas looks lovely and the china looks adorable too. Looks like you girls had a lovely time!

  • Rose-et-Violet February 4, 2012 at 11:21 PM

    >The workshops sound like so much fun! I'm a major headband kind of person, and I would practically live there! Great pictures by the way <3