AND THIS IS WHAT I CALL A REAL GEM - Daunt Books. It seems like I am the last one who discovered this bookshop but I've completely fallen in love with this place and within one week I've already been here three times.
The first thing that attracts me the most, is the main concept. Books are arranged geographically. Shelves are filled not only with guides but also travel writing, history and fiction books grouped by their relevant country. This year I'm planning to visit Scotland and Scandinavia and I love reading books that are based in the region I am going to see soon. Of course, I wouldn't have been myself if I hadn't gone straight to Polish section as well. I wasn't aware how many Polish authors were translated into English!
Secondly, the bookshop's interior looks amazing! The Marylebone High Street branch is housed in a former Edwardian bookshop with long oak galleries and William Morris prints. It was originally built as an antiquarian bookshop called Francis Edwards (thanks Wikipedia).
Last but not least, the people working there are very nice, helpful and have a great knowledge.
I am wearing my favourite coat. I've been repeating it to everyone, but I think it's one of my best purchases in years. I love how it fits me, the unique colour and its huge collar. It has this vintage feeling so I like to wear it with my trainers to make the whole outfit a bit more modern.