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Top 5 London Blogs

10 September 2016 Elise Read time: 2 min
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Welcome to the Movebubble blog about blogs :) We love sharing ideas about our beloved London with you, and we’re not the only ones! London is blessed to have loads of top bloggers who are 100% in the know about living in the serendipity that is our capital. For the time being, we've picked our favourite five. Granular reviews, uncovering hidden hangouts, test-driving new cafés, and giving you ideas about decorating your next flat are just some of the things these bloggers do with veracity.

We’ve handpicked a few of the best to share with you (in no particular order) so you can get your daily fill of London Lifestyle, London Fashion, London Living and just good ol’ London in general. So read on to discover our Top 5 London Blogs...


Lela London

Best for: Wanderlust, Food, Travel, Fun


Topping our list is Lela London. Do you like to travel in your spare time? (Do you have spare time?!) Lela London is a die-hard fan of wanderlust, fashion, food, beauty, music and everything in between. Her frankly sincere accounts of quaint hotspots give you a glimpse into what London life can be like when you know where to live it. We love her clean and intuitive blogspace full of fresh, new and cultured ideas, such as Caribbean cocktail joints during carnival, afternoon tea in Dalston, fine dining and where to find a good ol’fashioned steak!


Homegirl London

Best for: Interior design, Trends, London lifestyle


Oh and we love Homegirl London! What we like the most about Homegirl London is she covers all bases. Literally you’ll be reading about industrial furniture.. then fast-forward to tapas, beehives or… exotic monkeys?! Homegirl London leaves no urban stone unturned as she bedazzles her readers with retro chic, urban warehouse designs and candid reviews of hot hangouts around the big smoke. Definitely worth a look if you want ideas on redecorating your own hangout. Did we tell you she does her own photography too? It’s unique. It’s fresh. It’s real.


The London Thing

Best for: Trending, Food, London Lifestyle


Tania’s holistic recount of London’s nooks and crannies is astounding – if you want to discover trending or transient destinations in the capital, the London Thing has handpicked and reviewed some of the most interesting. The London Thing is an essential yet personal guide to the non-stereotypical charms of our city. Think of her articles as a texturiser, adding extra dimensions to common perceptions of areas. A good one to follow.


SilverSpoon London

Best for: Luxury London Living, Luxury Travel, Bourgeoisie


Just moved into your new flat and want a good place to celebrate in style? Want to take someone on a lush date to impress? If you like the highlife, chances are, Angie at SilverSpoon has some relevant and inspiring ideas for you. Ranked among the top food blogs, top travel blogs, and top blogs in general, we think it’s worth subscribing to get the latest news on lavish restaurants, alluring spas, and a little drop of luxury in your everyday London life.


The Londonist

Best for: All things London


And we’ve come to our all-time favourite, must-subscribe, must-follow melting pot of London blogs! The Londonist is no joker, it’s serious. Seriously London. That means it sends its little blogger bees out into the concrete jungle to buzz down everything and anything that is quirky, fun, arousing, interesting, frightening and funny about London to report back to the world. To you. To Londoners. They break the best bars down by borough. They deal out things-to-do from a bottomless deck. And they keep you informed of news hot off the press. Nuff said.

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