Thursday, 26 March 2009

The Telegraph's 50 Best Boutiques in Britain

The Telegraph's 50 Best Boutiques in Britain in alphabetical order:

Aimé, London W11
Anna, Saffron Walden
Antony Sheppard, Ludlow
Attica, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Boheme, Wansford
Boudiche, Edinburgh
Brigitte, Glasgow
Browns, London W1
Cerise, Bristol
Che Camille, Glagsow
Clobber, Bournemouth
Collen & Clare, Southwold
Cricket, Liverpool
Cruise, Glasgow
Cruise, Chester
Daniel Jenkins, Monmouth
Diana Porter, Bristol
Donna Ida, London SW3
Dover Street Market, London W1
Emily Evans, London SW10
Fifi and Ally, Glasgow
Flannels, Manchester
Have to Love, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Jane Davidson, Edinburgh
Jules B, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Kalu Naas, Ireland
Kitt's Couture, Penzance
KJ's Laundry, London W1
Last, Brighton
Lavender Room, Brighton
Matches, London W1
McNally, Harrogate
Mee, Bath
Nola, Brighton
Old Town, Norfolk
Onda, St Mawes
Victory Steps, Victory Hill
Oxfam, London W11
Palette, London N1
Pam Jenkins, Edinburgh
Pollyanna, Barnsley
Prey, Bath
Rags to, Bitches Manchester
Red Ruby, Rouge Belfast
Sarah Coggles, York
She Said, Brighton
Square, Bath
Start London, EC2
Tribeca, Brighton
Van Mildert, Durham

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hmmmmmm... what do you think?

Where's the Cross??!!

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