Day of indulgence: Ladies
Now that you're feeling a bit more fresh-faced, ease your way back into the world with a serene browse in Luna & Curious. The stock is curated by a collective of young artisans: you'll find jewellery, masks, ceramics, and many more things that would look truly lovely on your dressing table.
Betray even a passing interest in loose-leaf tea and the wonderful staff at this Spitalfields teahouse will happily share their seemingly endless knowledge. Sit up at the long, wooded bar by the hot water taps and you can watch them brewing your choice using the traditional Chinese method of gongfu.
Day of indulgence: Gentlemen
This traditional Mayfair barber has been pampering men since 1875, which must mean they know what they're doing. Pick up aftershave balms, razors and shaving brushes, or settle in for a manicure, facial or traditional wet shave.
Afternoon tea isn't just for girls, and the Mandeville Hotel's kitchen is out to prove it. Their manly selection of post-lunch lull snacks includes steak & shallot sandwiches and whiskey tea.
Day of indulgence: The sky's the limit
For the height of luxury, head to the heights of The Berkeley Spa's open-top swimming pool, which overlooks Hyde Park. When you've had your fill of floating and celebrity spotting, head inside for a luxurious treatment.
Dress like the Duchess of Cambridge with trousers from Trilogy on High Street Kensington. Staff will help you find the jeans of your dreams, with a personal styling suite and one-hour alteration service. Your thighs will thank you.
Gentrification has sunk its claws into this once-scruffy boozer, which makes it the perfect place to show off your new jeans, sip on a delicious cocktail created by a friendly bartender, and watch the lively crowd of Notting Hillbillies at play.