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20 May 2019

Fly Open Air 2019






Fly has come and gone for another summer and the weekend, as always, lived up to our expectations. 
The weather was pouring down in traditional Scottish fashion but that stopped nobody from having the most craic possible and wearing the least clothing possible. Firdous and I were lucky enough to be treated to a fab brunch before it all kicked off in the afternoon so we were very well fed and watered. 

This year Fly introduced two new stages to the Hopetoun House venue which were the Fool’s Utopia (which was my fave) and a boiler room that had a strict no phones policy which made the experience all the better. 
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2 May 2019

Bonham hotel relaunch


I'm not feeling too cute today after the fabulous relaunch of one of Edinburgh's best-loved boutique hotles, The Bonham hotel in Edinburgh. Following the refurbishment of all 49 bedrooms last year, the public areas of the hotel have also had a makeover with a new bar and the launch of a brand new restaurant – No. 35 at The Bonham. As well as the lobby and library, the snug – which is perfect for private dining and small events – has been fully refurbished to showcase many of its original features including wood panelling and stained glass windows as well as a stunning hand-painted ceiling.

Guests last night were treated to (too many) gins and glasses of fizz, canap├ęs, personalised luggage tags, manicures and prizes.  


Douglas Campbell, general manager at The Bonham Hotel, said: “This multimillion pound refurbishment has seen our already stunning hotel transformed into a truly sophisticated property combining modern styling with our original Georgian architecture.

“Guests staying in the newly refurbished rooms are already giving us great feedback and we look forward to welcoming even more visitors from near and far to experience a taste of elegance here in the West End of Edinburgh.”

The hotel is absolutely stunning and the suites were too die for, located at 35 Drumsheugh Gardens, just a short walk from Princes Street and George Street I recommend a visit! 




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30 April 2019

Nordgreen








The infinity rose gold watch by Nordgreen 

Nordgreen is a fabulous new Scandinavian watch brand and for every watch purchased, you have the unique ability to donate part of that purchase to the cause that means the most to you. Your watch is the start of your story, and it is our hope that together, we can work toward a more sustainable planet.

 Nordgreen donates to one of three NGO’s, and you the customer chooses which you want to donate to with options including health, environment and education. 
inter-changeable straps, allowing customers to mix-and-match their watches to any occasion.


You can check out my watch here as well as all of the other gorgeous options on the Nordgreen site! 

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23 April 2019


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24 hours in Liverpool


After a boozy staff night out I managed to sleep in for my train to Liverpool, only to book another one and then miss that one too? Mama Malone was not impressed but we had a riot none the less. I decided to wear a lampshade that I hot glued onto a hairband as a hat which probably looked totally ridiculous but no ragrets. 

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25 March 2019

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22 February 2019

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19 February 2019

o2 for War Child



Lewis and I had a very spontaneous and last minute trip to Manchester last weekend to see the amazing Tom Walker! Not only did we see Tom Walker perform but it was also in a very intimate venue and for an amazing cause. o2 very very kindly invited us along for the gig which was held as part of the o2 war child brits week. This amazing initiative gives people the opportunity to see some of the biggest names in music in intimate venues while simultaneously raising money and awareness for children whose lives have been torn apart by war. 

War child was founded in 1993 by film-makers David Wilson and Bill Leeson. On assignment in the former-Yugoslavia they were horrified by the violence and ethnic cleansing they witnessed. And especially its impact on children. They help keep children of war safe, give them an education, and equip them with skills for the future.

War Child UK raised an estimated £650,000 through BRITs Week shows in 2018 and I honestly couldn't be happier to have been apart of the 2019 fundraising. The gig was amazing as expected with an absolutely incredible performance from Tom Walker (who Lewis has loved for years and he introduced me to Toms music). The venue was also top notch and the space we were in was painted all pink which would've made for a killer pic but we were having way too much craic to think about taking pictures while at the gig itself.

A huge thank you to o2 and war child for all of the amazing work they do!


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