Window Shopper – 10 Best Decorations in November

Zara November Shop Window

Shop Window

Being a woman it is difficult not to be a shopaholic and leave without attention such a remarkable phenomenon as shop windows. We see it every day, and (no need to keep it secret!)  eat it with our eyes, and imagine ourselves possessing all these magical goods..

Beautifully made shop windows give me real aesthetic pleasure and inspiration. Every day I pass by Oxford Street, a paradise for fashionistas, and observe how mannequins could be transformed into actors, shyning on the stage and attracting millions of potential customers.

The most fascinating time of the year for the window shopping, is, by all means, Christmas. However, late November is also very inspiring. It is very interesting to notice how some shops still maintain the Autumn pattern and others rush to catch-up with the Christmas spirit.

The following TOP10 of November Window Designs is totally subjective and represents solely my opinion.  But, you are welcome to see and evaluate it.

Let’s start in the reverse order:

10. French Connection is, as usual, very minimal and modest. Nevertheless, it deserves it’s place in the chart due to a vague phrase: “I am the magic dress.” What would that suppose to mean? Is it clothes talking, or so somebody has a split personality?

French Connection

FCUK, Oxford Street (London)

9. Debenhams was out of mannequins this time, so they decided to do with a couple of strangely twisted phosphoric lamps. As a result it catches the eye and looks very original.

Debenhams Shop Window November

DEBENHAMS, Oxford Street (London)

DEBENHAMS November Shop Window

8. Warehouse is already looking forward Christmas. Silver reindeer looking through the shop window, and the excessive amount of glitters are self-explanatory.

WAREHOUSE November Shop Window

WAREHOUSE, Argyll Street (London)

7. John Lewis is partially in Autumn, partially in Winter, which is quite characteristic for today’s weather.

JOHN LEWIS November Shop Window

JOHN LEWIS, Oxford Street (London)

6. A lot of fake Christmas trees for Bershka.. Does it emphasise their contribution to Green Peace?

Bershka November Shop Window

Bershka, Oxford Street (London)

5.  Lampshade heads are fashionable this year? o_O

OASIS November Shop Window

OASIS, Argyll Street (London)

4. Some shops apparently design their outfits for a different kind of audience, with tails and fur. They are watching you..

Jigsaw, Argyll Street

JIGSAW, Argyll Street (London)

3. Thumbs-up for a well-thought composition and Autumn pattern in ZARA windows. The third place is fully justified.

Zara November Shop Window

ZARA, Oxford Street (London)

2. A slight touch of insanity is observed in H&M brand with fake hands trying to steal hold the precious pieces of clothes. That’s a leftover from Halloween, I suppose. Nice move! My hands are busy, can you hold that for me please?

H&M Shop, Oxford Street

H&M Shop, Oxford Street (London)

H&M, Oxford Street (London)

H&M, Oxford Street (London)

1. The most splendid window I have seen in November belongs to TOPSHOP! Surprised?

TOPSHOP November Shop Window

TOPSHOP, Oxford Street (London)

TOPSHOP November Shop Window

TOPSHOP, Oxford Street (London)

TOPSHOP November Shop Window

TOPSHOP, Oxford Street (London)

I hope you agree with this arrangement. Well, if you don’t, feel free to express your point of view in the comments below. Besides, I’ve got one more puzzle for you to solve. Can you guess where does the first picture come from?

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16 Responses to “Window Shopper – 10 Best Decorations in November”
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    I totally agree,Topman & Topshop is the best:)

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    But a smiling visitant here to share the love (:, btw great style and design .

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