Ever since I read Breakfast At The Wolseley by A. A. Gill, I’ve been desperately trying to plan a visit there on one of my trips to London. Finally, at the end of last month, I managed to get in and partake of their rightly famous morning spreads.
Every once in a while, it’s good to do something you never would have considered before – try something completely different. Which is why I was happy to tag along with a couple of friends who wanted to go to the F1 testing last week at Silverstone!
Head over to my guest post to read all about luxury, discount designer shopping at Bicester Village, and how to bag a bargain in the spirit of the Duchess of Cambridge! I hope you enjoy it – and feel free to leave comments on the post at WWKD with questions or comments!
You may have noticed my sudden passion for BaubleBar (affiliate link) – I’ve lusted after these gorgeous trinkets for a long time, and realised recently that they were available to purchase for UK customers – with duty free delivery when you spend over $100 (very easy!). I made my first order last week and couldn’t be happier – although I got a trifle click happy and wound up with two sets of these gorgeous bangles by accident.
However, don’t weep for me, because this is good news for you! I’ve decided to give my extra set away as a prize on Twitter. You see, I feel like my Twitter account needs a bit more love, so I’m opening the competition up to everyone who follows and RTs my special competition tweet! Just head to https://twitter.com/FoodFashFit to find my account, follow me, locate the message and RT. The competition is open until midnight GMT on 14/07/14. I will post these anywhere in the world!
This post is not endorsed or sponsored by BaubleBar, and this prize is being provided by me personally.
There’s nothing better than tramping though a straw-strewn field on a Sunday, filling punnet after punnet with delicious, perfectly ripe strawberries.
Remember the big black leather Modalu Dickens tote I bought in the sale earlier in the year? The cute horse head envelope wallet is detachable, so I couldn’t resist taking it out with my suede McQ flats, also from the winter sale!
Summer’s finally arrived: baby showers in Marc Jacobs from Girl Meets Dress, Mulberry, and Russell & Bromley wedges / ASOS scallop collar shirt and Banana Republic necklace / the Color Run in London / a Westerosi feast for Father’s Day / heating up the summer nights with a neon pink ASOS prom skirt, Mulberry flats, Dior hot pink lips and nails, and Bobbi Brown Shimmer Brick in rose / popping into London for an after work party / channeling the nautical trend with Next’s two part flats and striped shopper / admiring the blooms / a mid-week date night with my Mulberry Lily, Anya Hindmarch purse, Dior nails and lips in 999, plus cute little Etsy bumblebee hair grips and a heart necklace from Accessorize.
I have been waiting a long time to visit Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium – the UK’s first ever cat cafe. I’ve been waiting since February 2013, to be exact, when I joined in with hundreds of other people on indiegogo.com to help get the business off the ground. I also covered the campaign in the magazine I edit, and waited patiently for the day to roll around when I could cash in my voucher for High Tea for Two – which was a present for my husband for Valentine’s day.
Do you guys remember that silly song Lily the Pink? Maybe it’s just because my mum was a bit of a guitar toting folk singer in her youth, but I used to sing that song alllll the time. Lily the Pink was, of course, the saviour of the human race – so therefore it makes total sense as to why I’ve fallen head over heels for every Mulberry Lily ever made in pink (and there are a lot…)
You know that advert where there’s some kind of amazing festival with everyone throwing coloured dye on each other, and it’s supposed to make you want to buy a car or a camera or something, but actually it just makes you want to run outside in a spray of yellow, purple and red, dancing around like a toddler hopped up on too much Haribo? Of course you do – how could you forget? Well, if you’re anything like me, once you have a dream in mind, you set about to find a way to make it happen. And, funnily enough, where there’s a dream, there’s usually someone ready to make that dream come true if you give them some money. To cut a long story short, earlier this month I went on the Color Run in Wembley, London. That’s basically what I’m trying to tell you.