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lavish habit - balham
75 Bedford Hill, London SW12 9HA

Apologies for my lack of outfit posts this week. Im feeling really down about myself as I’ve got incredibly dry & sore skin and developed eczema - something I’ve never had before. Paired with just generally been feeling incredibly drained and run down. It’s funny how silly a something like having eczema patches has upset me. I feel like I can’t wear anything that’d show it off but can’t wear anything too tight as it makes it itch, sticky and feel uncomfortable. Sigh. I have bought some creams in the hope they’ll help ease it a bit though!

Never the less today I picked myself up and went for coffee and lunch with my housemate Dal in Balham. We went to Lavish Habit, which is a place I’d been a few times before but this time I’d had some food there. Lavish Habit is sort of coffee shop / boutique hybrid. Selling a variety of household bits and bobs - Tat as I so lovingly called it. The decor is very feminine with a hippy junk shop style edge. A mix of vintage bits and contemporary pieces, although a little out of my price range it’s a good place to go if you have money to spare and want some nice bits. The thrift shop vibe and the hidden gems with the laid back coffee shop bode well for those in the sw12 postcode. It’s yummy mummy friendly without alienating the rest. They serve Monmouth Coffee, which is my personal favourite coffee and have a delicious selection of breakfasts, light lunches and cakes. I went for a cheese and tomato chutney flatbread and an Americano. The coffee was deliciously smooth with tons of flavour without a hint of bitterness. The flatbread was delicious, but also a little basic considering the price. Tasty though!