Top 10 Seven Dials Shops

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Right in the heart of Covent Garden sits Seven Dials. Spend an afternoon here indulging in Parisian chocolates, getting lost in a sea of vintage apparel or simply lounging inside one of our favourite cafés.


Orla Kiely
31 Monmouth Street, London, WC2H 9DD

Get the very best of Orla Kiely in the heart of Seven Dials London. Her boutique along Monmouth Street is stocked with her retro-style womenswear, accessories and homeware. Expect to find lots of bright, bold colours and abstract floral prints.


Coco de Mer
23 Monmouth Street, London, WC2H 9DD

You won’t miss this store along Seven Dials – London’s “legendary erotica store” has seriously eye-catching window displays. Go in and entice yourself with luxury designer lingerie, unique (and exhilarating) sex toys or get lost in erotic literature.


Monmouth Coffee
27 Monmouth St, London, WC2H 9EU

One of London’s pioneering coffee roasters, Monmouth Coffee serves up some of the best lattes in town. Their Seven Dials branch might be smaller than their Borough Market counterpart but is fully stocked with delicious cakes, freshly baked pastries and coffee beans.


The Vintage Showroom
14 Earlham St, London, WC2H 9LN

Occupying the space of a former ironmongery, The Vintage Showroom houses an exclusive collection of vintage menswear. Specialising in work, military and sports clothing as well as classic English tailoring and country wear, you are guaranteed to find one-of-a-kind pieces here.


Pierre Hermé
38 Monmouth Street, London WC2H 9EP

If you rather not queue up for a Pierre Hermé macaron at Selfridges, head to Seven Dials. London’s third Pierre Hermé instalment is filled with Parisian treats of every kind. We particularly love the hazelnut praliné spread with bits of caramelised hazelnut – think Nutella but ten times better!


Pop Boutique
6 Monmouth Street, London, WC2H 9PR

If you’re looking for a bit of vintage glam, check out Pop Boutique in Seven Dials London. Stocked with 1960s-1980s pieces, get lost in the world of vinyl records and retro prints. They now sell their own newly manufactured apparel, all designed with a vintage twist, of course.


Larsson & Jennings
53 Monmouth Street, London, WC2H 9DG

Bringing a bit of Swedish design to Seven Dials London, this Larsson & Jennings store is minimalism done right. We’ve already got a couple of their Swiss-made watches on our wishlist for Christmas! p.s. They’ve also got an in-house coffee joint called Fika Bar.


Les Néréides Market
73-75 Monmouth Street, London, WC2H 9DJ

Guys, this is the best kept secret in Covent Garden. If you’re looking to accessorise for a special occasion or event, pop by Les Néréides Market and grab past collections at up to 50% off. From glass beads and crystals to hand-painted enamel, this French jewellery label never disappoints.


Le Coq Sportif
21-23 Earlham Street, London, WC2H 9LL

This Seven Dials London store is the UK’s first Le Coq Sportif boutique. Established in 1882 by Emile Camuset, the brand continues to design speciality sporting apparel to this day. Swing by for refined gym wear, cycling jerseys and beautifully crafted shoes.


7 Upper St Martin’s Lane, London, WC2H 9DL

Refuel at Timberyard with some gourmet coffee. Whether you’re there to work all day (there’s free Wi-Fi) or you’re just stopping by for a daily caffeine boost, the baristas here will make your drink just the way you like it! p.s. The window seats are our favourite.


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