Monday, 14 December 2015

London's Christmas Windows 2015

Strolling around the capital's streets
is a real treat this time of year,
especially when passing in front
of the spectacular Christmas windows
of London's most iconic department stores. 

A Mum in London


Head to Knightsbridge with your little ones
to be amazed by the details of Harrods' Christmas windows.

The theme: a mice invasion {in a cute/adorable/not scary way}.

Tiny mice have lots of fun in the lower windows
of the posh department store,
which are at the perfect height for the kids.

Favourite bit: the mouse dance teacher in her purple bolero; 
she reminded me of my own dance teacher.

A Mum in London

Fortnum and Mason

Alight at Green Park to feast your eyes 
on the Christmas dispays of Londoners' foodie destination. 

The theme: Amalthea's horn in a Christmas window edition. 

Fortnum's windows are filled with goodies, fine foods 
and beautiful colours. 
Each display is so perfectly arranged, 
it's like a work of art.

Favourite bit: the lion guarding 
all the yummy Christmas puddings.

A Mum in London


Oxford Street's ultimate shopping department store,
promises to fill your eyes with stars.

The theme: Selfridges went for a non Christmas theme this year
by dressing its 12 windows with the signs of the Zodiac.

Each window depicts the main colours and characteristics
of each zodiac sign along with luxurious ojects.

Favourite bit: although I do missed
Selfridges' proper Christmas windows this year,
Scorpio's window, pictured above, is breathtaking.

Take a look at London's Christmas windows in 2014 and 2013
Harrods' nearest Tube station is Knightsbridge, Fortnum and Mason's is Green Park, Selfridges's is Bond Street.


  1. Oh, I love these! Even though it is non-traditional, I'd love to see the Selfridge's one!

    1. They are lovely, aren't they? The Selfridges ones are spectacular, but my absolute favourites were the Harrods windows, too cute!


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