Hey guys, so this post is all about my experience at Bloggers fashion week! Over Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Bloggers Love held the first Bloggers fashion week in London at the Penthouse in Leicester square. In this fabulous location there was fashion shows every night showing blogger friendly and inspiring fashion from lots & lots of different brands! 

Every night was a multibrand fashion show with jewellery designers, fashion and  on the first night high store street Reiss finished the night with a fantastic finale, The colbalt suit is to die for... There was also a boutique on the lower floor offering the oppertunity to talk/buy /swap with a diverse selection of great brands. 

Tuesday was another great fashion show followed by a finale with Debenhams and Specsavers, hence all the models wearing glasses! There was a great range of fashion including a 1950's inspired collection that really caught my eye. 

The final night was a spectacular finish another great multibrand fashion show, showing glamourous bikinis and I loved the use of chain and fabric by one designer, sadly I didn't catch their name! Then Girl meets dress closed the week with a great collection from Alexander McQueen and Herve Leger to name a few. Upstairs was also a nail bar, hair stylists from head masters and lots of great brands offering chats and freebies! 

All in all was a really great week and I'm so glad I was lucky enough to be there, it was great to meet bloggers big and small and really get in touch with bloggers fashion. Affordable yet so beautiful!

Check out my video below for my highlights! 



Every girl dreams of owning a Chanel bag and I'm definitely one of those girls. This unique clutch from Chanel's Cruise 13/14 collection pulls on my heart strings. 

Perfect for any evening outfit this clutch really is a dream item, I've been lusting after it ever since it hit the runway. Also available in clear both are stunning but there's something about the black clutch that seduces me more, its so sophisticated and classy.

At price on request its fair to say its out of my budget but a girl can dream... 

A girl should be two things: classy & fabulous - Coco Chanel 



Happy Sunday everyone, must apologise for the lack of posts this week as you know deadlines are just round the corner and I've been spending every minute of everyday doing university work! But I'm off to London tomorrow for Bloggers week which I'm super excited for and I'll be uploading posts everyday.

This outfit is mainly summer inspired, with all the sun lately I've been mad to wear this dress but its still not hot enough for bare legs, not in Scotland anyways so I teamed it with tights & my beloved Topshop jumper.

I love layering jumpers over dresses, it gives you a completely different style and this textured jumper is perfect for this look. I tied it up for a cropped effect so you could see more of the print. 

Til next time... 



One of the many things I love about blogging is meeting great brands, Balm Balm is definitely one I'm lucky to have found. A family ran business Balm Balm is 100% organic, using nothing but the finest ingredients. Here's my review on the Mini Facial Skincare Set they sent over to me! 

The set includes samples of their Coconut Cleanser 15ml, Witch Hazel toner 15ml, Rosehip serum 10ml & Hibiscus face mask 5g, all in a sweet organic pouch along with a Muslin cloth. The sample sizes are great if you want to try a bit of everything and you're not sure what's for you. The regime is cleanse, tone & moisturise and the face mask on the odd occasion. 

Firstly the cleanser smells great, its very light and doesn't give you the greasy feeling some cleansers do. I applied this using my hands and removed with a warm, damp muslin cloth. The cleanser removed all traces of make up and left me with a fresh face feeling. 

Secondly I applied the toner, like many of us out there I often neglect my skin and toning is never my top priority but since using this toner its now number 1 for me! Whether its the toning or the Witch Hazel, my often spotty skin seems to have cleared. 

The Rosehip serum can be applied as a moisturiser boost or as a moisturiser, I found this a bit to greasy for my skin in the day but it was great as a top up at night, making my skin silky smooth the following morning. 

Finally my favourite product from the Mini facial kit was the Hibiscus face mask. The powder like formula just needs a drop of water to create an amazing exfoliating face-mask. Now this may be a little harsh for sensitive skin, and not advised before events as I broke out a little after using it. After using it once a week for 2 weeks I can see its revitalising my skin and bringing out the fresher, newer skin. 

My overall experience with Balm Balm has been amazing, the products are perfect for my skin type and I'll definitely keep up the new skin regime! Check them out here- http://balmbalm.com/

Have you used Balm Balm before? Let me know below!

MY WEEK #28.


Well, what a week! As we get closer and closer to the end of the month, we draw closer to my university deadlines. In a mere 3 weeks, I will be leaving Scotland for summer with a degree! Alas its not an honours until I complete 4th yeah but a BA in fashion communication, the end is near! 

The sun hitting Scotland has definitely been a high light for me. Taking in the the breathtaking view at Scott's View, a famous sight in the borders of Scotland was amazing as I'd never actually visited even though its only a ten minute drive from home, if you ever get a chance, GO! 

Hope you've all had a great week...