This is a sponsored article on behalf of cabi.
With sprawling shopping streets, vintage markets galore, and its wealth of street style inspiration, London is already an unbeatable city for fashion lovers. But with the arrival of cabi, it's about to get even better.
Hate crowds? Struggle to work out what clothes suit you? Bored of the high street? Cabi reckons it can help. The women's designer clothing brand — the largest social selling one in the USA — is finally crossing the pond to bring best bits of boutique shopping to the comfort of your living room.
Here's how it works: cabi links you up with one of its 3000 stylists, who transform your living room into your very own private, pop-up boutique for you and your friends. Here, the stylist will present the latest cabi collection, dishing out styling tips along the way. After that it's over to you and your guests to try on whatever items have caught your eye, with your personal stylist on hand to advise on fit and perhaps steer you out of your comfort zone and towards a bold new look.
That's the cabi 'Fashion Experience'. All you have to do as a host is to pick a date, invite your fellow fashionistas and give the front room a quick hoover — your stylist will do the rest. Easy. You can also access personalised styling services online, or via the brand new cabi app.
So, what sort of clobber can you expect, then? Versatility is at the forefront of cabi's collections, designed to be easily mixed and matched with pieces from previous seasons. Not only does that give you more bang for your buck, it also promotes a way more sustainable approach to shopping.
If that sounds like your sort of thing, don't miss cabi's pop-up boutique, which takes over 35 Baker Street in Marylebone 11am-8pm, Friday 10-Saturday 11 May. It's your chance to get a proper look at cabi's colourful spring collection, meet the team, and get the inside scoop from cabi's stylists.
Cabi's UK launch takes place 11am-8pm on Friday 10 May and Saturday 11 May at 35 Baker Street, Marylebone, W1U 8EN. It's free to attend and there's no need to book. To find out more about cabi, or connect with a stylist, click here.