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    I'm to London tomorrow and want to get some good shopping done. I dress kind of Indie/boho/amy winehouse/topshop/urban outfitters etc etc. I love vintage, so any vintage shops are cool too, but all shops must not be too expensive. Cheers!
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    Camden Market?
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    (Original post by katrin_tara)
    Camden Market?
    What days is it on?
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    Camden market opens on Saturdays and Sundays I think. I heard you can buy voodoo dolls from there too.
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    I love Carnaby street but it's really expensive there.
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    How expensive is 'expensive'? Thanks for all replies
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    I doubt you're going to see this, but if you do...

    Camden Market is a place you should go. If some of the market stalls aren't open, there are still quite a few shops around.

    Down near Carnaby Street, there are lots of other little streets with small shops that are good
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    Covent Garden is great, as is Brick Lane for more vintagey/indie stuff.
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    (Original post by *Ellen*)
    Covent Garden is great, as is Brick Lane for more vintagey/indie stuff.
    Brick Lane is also delicious.
 
 
 
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