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Need To Know Places In Marylebone

A guide to Marylebone High Street in London.
Jaeger Marylebone Collaboration

This post was created in collaboration with Jaeger.

Jaeger Collaboration
Jaeger Marylebone Collaboration
Jaeger Marylebone Collaboration
Jaeger Collaboration
Jaeger Collaboration
Jaeger Collaboration
Jaeger Collaboration
Jaeger Collaboration
Jaeger Wool Wrap Coat in Black* | Jaeger Cashmere Slouchy Sweater in Charcoal* | Jaeger Wool Cigarette Trousers* | Jaeger Mini Oxford Cross-Body Bag in Black* | Whistles Cornel Suede Pointed Pumps in Nude | Susan Caplan Asymmetrical Ori Earrings in 18ct Gold Vermeil* | Felice Dahl Första Ring in Gold*

In the last year, I’ve spent a lot more time in Marylebone, an area of London I had previously thought of as north of Oxford Street and home to Madame Tussauds. That was until we had brunch at The Providores (the Turkish eggs are incredible) for Dan’s birthday and I discovered that there’s a whole lot more to the area. It has the feel of a town high street, yet it’s in Central London. There are lots of nice cafés and restaurants, as well as some great shops, including Jaeger who recently opened a beautiful new store on the main road, Marylebone High Street. I thought I’d share a few of my favourites with you.


Shops in Marylebone

FASHION
Jaeger 12 Marylebone High Street
L.K.Bennett 94 Marylebone High Street
Loft Designs By 36 Marylebone High Street
Sandro 6 Marylebone High Street
Theory 1 Marylebone High Street
Whistles 1 Thayer Street

BEAUTY
Aesop 69 Marylebone High Street
Space NK 83a Marylebone High Street

HOMEWARE
Skandium 86 Marylebone High Street
The Conran Shop 55 Marylebone High Street

Food & Drink in Marylebone

The Chiltern Firehouse 1 Chiltern Street
The Ivy Café 96 Marylebone Lane
Monocle Café 18 Chiltern Street
Nordic Bakery 48 Dorset Street
Pierre Marcolini 37 Marylebone High Street
The Providores