Lately, I have been under a lot of stress, so I decided to get some retail therapy. I headed to Bicester Village. I wanted to check out some of my favourite emerging designers that were a part of the BFC Boutique Pop Up at Bicester Village. The good news is they are also having a monster sale.
Taking the train from London to Bicester Village is like a mini-vacation with no tourist attractions. This shopping destination is one of the most visited tourist spots in London Bicester Village oddly enough. So I boarded my train and gazed out at the cows and greenery from my window.
I was excited to see the designers that would be included in the Pop-Up. The designers included Choas, Sophia Webster, Rixo, House of Holland, Racil, Paper London, Hillier Bartley, Camilla Elphick, Holly Fulton, Phoebe English, Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, Huishan Zhang, Alighieri, Teatum Jones, Teija and Born in the Sun. I was so excited because I have a major crush on Rixo, Teija and Racil. They fit my modest sexy self-style of dressing.
Bicester Village X BFC Boutique Pop Up Let’s Go Shopping
The BFC Designer Pop-up, which returned to Bicester Village for a second year. It showcases 30 British designer businesses which have been curated by the British Fashion Council and represents the creative and innovative talent found throughout the country. The pop-up offers an unparalleled platform for exposure to fledgeling designers.
Many of whom have never traded in bricks and mortar before, as well as an essential introduction for established British brands to the Collection’s discerning international guests. When I entered the exhibition to shop it was filled with Americans like me, Asians and Arabs. It hit its target market.
Needless to say, I spent about 5 hours there. Enjoying the pop-up, shopping and eating. You can do it all and be in a shopping amusement park on the outsides of London. If you are looking for things to do in London off the high street. Then take a trip to Bicester Village and enjoy the BFC Boutique Pop up go shopping for pieces, not everyone will have.
Bicester Village is open until 8 pm from Monday to Wednesday and until 9 pm from Thursday to Saturday until the end of October.
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