31 Oct 2016

Recently Reading: October

Book Blogger Reading Round Up October | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog

Since rediscovering my love for reading last month I've been determined to keep it up, I've been a big reader ever since I was young and I love nothing more than getting sucked in to a good book, so I don't want to slip out of the habit again. Holidays are always the times when I manage to get through the most books, and our trip to Croatia was no different. Whilst I didn't read quite as many books as I usually manage to tick off, I did get through quite a few when I was sitting by the pool or spending afternoons on the balcony.

Much like last month my reads were predominantly non-fiction, however I did finally get round to starting Stephen King's Dark Tower series. My mum loves Stephen King, and she introduced me to his work when I was back in high school. Since then I've been slowly working my way through our collection and when I was looking for a new read I decided to pick up The Gunslinger. This is the first in The Dark Tower series and introduces the character of Roland of Gilead, the last gunslinger, who is on a journey towards The Dark Tower in pursuit of The Man In Black. True to form, this book is typical of Stephen King's work in that it's a gripping masterpiece with a haunting similarity to current times whilst also diverging from reality in to a dystopian fantasy world. If you like thrilling fantasy-stroke-horror with a hint of dystopia, or just like Stephen King, then you need to give this series a go. I've now started the second book, The Drawing Of The Three, and am eagerly awaiting the movie adaptation of The Gunslinger which is due out in February.

Book Blogger Reading Round Up October | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog

Moving on to my non-fiction picks for the month, the first few of which I mentioned in my previous reading round up. I've been on a bit of a "getting my shit together" spree recently, which I think has been apparent in my reading choices. I started off the month with F**k It - Do What You Love by John C. Parkin, which started out well but I soon got a little bit fed up with it as towards the end it started to get a little bit repetitive. It's nothing groundbreaking, and at times felt a little preachy, bordering on patronising, but the first few chapters were relatively useful in terms of prioritising and motivation.

Next on my list was Ctrl, Alt; Delete: How I Grew Up Online by Emma Gannon, a blogger, podcaster and all around internet persona. I was honestly expecting to love this, and there were some chapters that I couldn't put down, but the book just didn't flow for me and I found it quite disjointed. I was kind of disappointed really, as it's received rave reviews and the concept of an internet memoir really appealed to me having grown up alongside the internet myself. It had its good bits, but overall it wasn't quite my cup of tea.

Seeing as I didn't quite get on with The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying, I figured I'd take a step in the other direction and try out The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F**ck instead. Okay, I'll be fair and say it's pretty easy not to care what others think when you're lying on a sun lounger by a beautiful pool with a cocktail in your hand, but there was something about this book that just spoke to me. Ugh, that feels so cheesy to write, but it's true. I'm guilty of caring too much about things that don't really matter and I often forget to put myself and my happiness first. If that's something you do too, then read this book. It will help you alter your perspective and reprioritise your life. I know it's just a book, but it felt like a weight being lifted off my shoulders. I'm really looking forward to the follow-up - Get Your Sh*t Together - which is due out in December.

The concept of Hygge has been somewhat of a phenomenon in the blogosphere this year, and I have to be honest here, I didn't really get it. The lovely Char was kind enough to send me a copy of The Art of Hygge which I was hoping would give me a little bit more insight in to the concept as a whole. I love getting cosy as the dark nights draw in, so I like the general idea of Hygge and whilst overall I do think it's a pretty simple idea, which most people implement anyway without putting a name on it, this was generally a really nice read. It's got some delicious sounding winter recipes and reading through it had me feeling a bit more appreciative of life's simple pleasures.

Book Blogger Reading Round Up October | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog

The final three books I worked through in October were all focused on the world of digital marketing and the art of blogging. I love the digital world, and often find myself spending an evening poring over articles about the latest and greatest in digital marketing or blogging, so these books really appealed to me. The first two I picked up when I visited St. Andrews at the start of September, How To: Get Your Website Noticed and Status Update, alongside The Art Of Social Media which I haven't got round to picking up yet. How To: Get Your Website Noticed is a really concise starter guide to the world of SEO, website design and how consumers use the internet which was a really useful read with some great tips. I'm still reading Status Update, but so far it's been a deeply fascinating look at how the internet has influenced celebrity culture and vice versa. 

Finally, having loved her blog for years, I decided to download Forever Amber's book - My Blogging Secrets: A Guide To Becoming A Pro Blogger. With a consistent voice throughout, it was easy to get lost in Amber's tales of her experiences as a blogger and how she made it work for her. It's a refreshingly honest look at how to make money from blogging as well as the ups and downs of life as a freelancer. She has an endlessly humorous writing style that's both relatable and to the point - a must read for bloggers who want to grow their site.

I haven't quite decided the next few reads on my list, but I'm thinking I might make more of an effort to get back in to fiction. I think I need a new world to get lost in whilst winter rages on, so if you have any recommendations or have read anything fantastic recently please let me know in the comments!

Keep up to date with my reads over on Goodreads

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28 Oct 2016

The Hope, Glasgow

The Hope Glasgow Review Where To Eat Glasgow | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog
The Hope Glasgow Review Where To Eat Glasgow | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog
The Hope Glasgow Review Where To Eat Glasgow | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog
The Hope Glasgow Review Where To Eat Glasgow | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog

Glasgow is a city that's home to so many hidden gems in the form of both shops, bars, and restaurants. Given the size of the city, it's difficult to see it all, but I am determined to give it my best shot! The Hope on Waterloo Street is one of the many places that had been sitting on my never-ending list of places to try, given it's proximity to Paddy's office, but we just hadn't got round to paying it a visit until now. On Tuesday evening Paddy & I popped in for a little date night dinner to finally put it to the test, and I have to say I was very pleasantly surprised.

Sitting just opposite the side entrance to Glasgow Central station, the exterior of The Hope may lead you to believe that it's nothing more than one of Glasgow's many pubs, but you'd be mistaken. As you walk through the front bar area you're led into an open, airy back room with high ceilings and a shabby chic vibe that instantly gives off an upmarket vibe. With that in mind, you'd be forgiven for thinking that The Hope would be on the pricier side, but it's actually incredibly reasonably priced for the quality of food, service, and setting.
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27 Oct 2016

Cat Cafe Manchester

Cat Cafe Manchester Review | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog
Cat Cafe Manchester Review | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog
Cat Cafe Manchester Review | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog
Cat Cafe Manchester Review | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog
Cat Cafe Manchester Review | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog

I think everyone knows about my cat lady tendencies and my love for all things feline. I've grown up around cats and the rest of my family adore cats just as much as I do, so it's hardly surprising that I find myself drawn to them. Earlier this year I paid a second visit to Maison De Moggy through in Edinburgh and since then I've been determined to tick more cat cafes off the list. Last week my mum and I spent a few days in Manchester visiting family, so took full advantage of being in the city by paying a visit to their recently opened Cat Cafe. I know I could drink tea and be ignored by a cat in my own home, but I chose to pay for the privilege yet again. Don't judge me, okay?


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25 Oct 2016

3 Reasons You Need A Tangle Teezer

Why Buy Tangle Teezer Original Thick Curly Pro | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog
Why Buy Tangle Teezer Original Thick Curly Pro | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog
Why Buy Tangle Teezer Original Thick Curly Pro | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog

For so long I had avoided the Tangle Teezer hype, thinking that this little plastic brush would really make no difference to my thick, untameable hair. I'd never got on with hairbrushes, so why would this change anything? I muddled on for many a year without feeling inclined to pick one up, until one day I did. I'm not sure why, to be honest, nothing had changed, but when I was wandering around a Sephora in Paris I found myself popping one in my basket and heading to the checkouts. It's been one of those situations where I wish I'd just given in to the hype sooner, because what I previously saw as a little plastic brush has actually changed my hair. Not convinced? Let me tell you three reasons why I love the Tangle Teezer.

To start with, the whole shape of the Tangle Teezer is just a lot more practical for me. I can easily pop this little thing into my bag for on the go, and it takes up barely any room. It's specifically designed to fit in your hand like a dream, which it does to a tee. The ergonomic design makes the whole experience a breeze, whereas before I would be quite literally suffering at the hands of muscle cramps after fighting with a brush to detangle my mane. It seemed like such a tiny feature, but it's definitely one of my favourite things about it!

Why Buy Tangle Teezer Original Thick Curly Pro | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog
Why Buy Tangle Teezer Original Thick Curly Pro | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog
Why Buy Tangle Teezer Original Thick Curly Pro | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog

The ease of use of the Tangle Teezer has been a huge factor in the amount I use it, as it's become an essential part of my daily routine. Brushing my hair used to be a painful experience for me, and therefore was something I tended to put off, but now that I've found an easier way to remove my tangles my hair is in much better condition. The design of the Tangle Teezer helps prevent breakage in your hair, especially when it's wet, and overall it's left my hair feeling healthier and smoother. I'm kicking myself for not picking one up sooner, seriously.

Something I hadn't realised was that you can now get different versions of the Tangle Teezer. In Sephora, they only had the original, so that was my first glimpse into the world of Tangle Teezers, but I've since discovered that they have so. many. more. I now have the Thick & Curly, targeted at my hair type, and the Aqua Splash which is perfect for the shower but they also have styles designed specifically for blow drying your hair, a compact version, a children's version which is actually a really cool Magic Flowerpot and my inner child wants me to buy, as well as some more traditional hairbrush styles if you prefer your styling tools to have handles. Yeah, it's a good lineup.

Have you used a Tangle Teezer before?


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14 Oct 2016

Ideal World Blogger Beauty Box

Ideal World Blogger Beauty Box Skincare Makeup Review | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog
Ideal World Blogger Beauty Box Skincare Makeup Review | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog

I can't say I'm much of a TV shopper, in a similar vein to my feelings towards online shopping. I much prefer being able to see and feel a product in person and would much rather hit the town for an afternoon of browsing shops than spend an evening placing online orders. That's not to say I don't do it, however, it's more of an "if I have to" than a preference.

Thanks to my lack of experience with the world of television shopping I had no idea that they held a treasure trove of beauty gems, waiting to be discovered. Ideal World were kind enough to send over a box filled with some of the products they offer and true to form I was very excited to find some new brands to stick my teeth in to. Some I'd heard of before, but others were brand new to me, which makes the exciting prospect of finding a hidden holy grail all the more possible!

Ideal World Blogger Beauty Box Skincare Makeup Review | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog
Ideal World Blogger Beauty Box Skincare Makeup Review | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog

The first brand I pulled out of the box was one of those ever-so-exciting new discoveries - Elizabeth Grant. Elizabeth Grant sell a range of premium skincare enriched with natural sea vitamins, nutrients, and minerals. There are four targeted ranges available, including Wonder Effect, Collagen Reinforce, Supreme and Green Power C. The majority of the products on offer are targeted towards anti-ageing, which isn't a massive issue for me and my eternal baby face, but it's never too early to consider.

The products I received in my box included the Hydra-Cell Active Foot Cream, Wonder Effect Glycolic Mask, Moisture Stick lip balm and Silk Edition Collagen Re-Inforce Firming Eye Pads. So far, I'm loving the Moisture Stick lip balm which comes in an easy to use stick format, making it perfect for popping in my bag to use throughout the day. It's super nourishing without being overly greasy, and a good lip balm is an absolute must as the colder days draw in. The Wonder Effect Glycolic Mask has been a fantastic addition to my nightly routine, as my skin can never get enough of Glycolic based treatments. It's been left brighter and plumper, feeling a whole lot more moisturised than it would usually feel at this time of year!

The next brand I noticed was Skinn, another beauty brand I hadn't heard of before finding it in the box. Skinn have a range of both skincare and makeup, but the two products I've been trying are both makeup. First up is the Plasma Fusion Full Pigment Lipstick in the shade "Chestnut" which is a deep brown toned burgundy. The inner layer is infused with argan oil and rosehip oil which is nourishes your lips like a balm whilst still giving the full pigmentation of a lipstick. It's a gorgeous shade, and the formula is very welcome in my collection. I also received one of their Luxe Waterproof Eyeliners in "Dark Brown" which is a super soft pencil that doesn't smudge. I don't wear brown eyeliner much, but it's still handy to have for days when I don't want anything too dramatic or heavy.

Ideal World Blogger Beauty Box Skincare Makeup Review | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog
Ideal World Blogger Beauty Box Skincare Makeup Review | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog

I'd heard of The Wet Brush before, so I was really excited to find one of their Detangle brushes in my box. My hair is a nightmare to brush on a good day, but I've recently been trying out a few new styles of brushes to try and aid that. The handle on the brush makes it so easy to grip, making it ideal for using in the shower, but I do find the bristles to be a little bit sore on my scalp. I try to only use this on the lengths of my hair as a result of this, where it works really well.

There was also a little 2ml sample of the Fabulift Fabulous Eyes treatment which is targeted at softening lines around the eye area and plumping the skin. I'm lucky enough not to have any noticeable lines around my eyes, but I gave this a go anyway and did feel like it helped brighten the skin around my eyes a little. It's hard to tell from such a small sample size, especially with skincare!

The next product definitely caught my attention, and that was the Liquilift Slender Wrap. This is basically a thermal wrap that's supposed to improve circulation and blood flow, in order to leave the skin feeling tighter and smoother. Apparently this mask will help me "lose inches" from whichever area I choose, but I'm a little dubious about this claim? Who knows. I will report back as soon as I've tried it, but again I feel like it might be the kind of thing you'd need to use more than once to really judge the effectiveness.

The final product in the box is the Rejuvenating Collagen Mask by Beauty Pro. I can't find it on the website, but it's essentially a 15 minute sheet mask infused with green tea and collagen to improve the appearance of your skin. Again, it is more targeted at anti-ageing but I love a good sheet mask so it didn't put me off! I did find it to have a bit of a sticky residue afterwards, more so than other sheet masks I've used, but I did notice a real difference in the hydration of my skin - particularly across my forehead. It's a pretty standard sheet mask, but definitely worth trying!

Ideal World Blogger Beauty Box Skincare Makeup Review | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog

Ideal World stock a huge range of beauty which I didn't even know about, and you can check some of that out here. There'll be more of their beauty featuring on Colours & Carousels very soon, so keep your eyes peeled!

Are you a fan of tv shopping? Let me know if you've managed to find any gems in the comments!


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12 Oct 2016

Glasgow Burgerthon: Ad Lib

Ad Lib Review Glasgow Best Burger Burgerthon | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog
Ad Lib Review Glasgow Best Burger Burgerthon | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog

We couldn't exactly put together a tour of Glasgow's greatest burger joints without a trip to the original - right? Well, having opened back in 1976 I think it's safe to say that Ad Lib is one of the founding fathers of the Glasgow burger movement. With two restaurants in Glasgow, one in the city centre on Hope Street and one in the Merchant City on Ingram Street, you can get your fair share of "gourmet" burgers in their American style setting. We decided to pay a visit to the Merchant City restaurant for the seventh instalment of the Glasgow Burgerthon to see how the original compares to its newborn counterparts.

Ad Lib Review Glasgow Best Burger Burgerthon | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog
Ad Lib Review Glasgow Best Burger Burgerthon | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog
Ad Lib Review Glasgow Best Burger Burgerthon | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog
Ad Lib Review Glasgow Best Burger Burgerthon | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog

We hadn't expected the Merchant City branch of Ad Lib to be quite so... fancy. Whilst it's by no means a Michelin star top of the market restaurant, it's not quite what you'd expect based on Glasgow's other burger joints. It's a pretty classy place, with a welcoming vibe which would be perfect for couples, families and friends alike.

The staff are attentive, but not overbearing, and were always happy to help us out if we needed anything. We didn't have any need for much assistance throughout our visit, so I can only speak for the bare bones of the experience but it was definitely a pleasant one!

Unlike many of the other places we chose to visit for the Burgerthon, Ad Lib doesn't solely focus on burgers. Also on the menu, you'll find a selection of American style bites such as ribs, crab, sandwiches, salads, brisket and more. You can read the full menu here if you fancy, but be warned it'll probably make you pretty hungry.

Ad Lib Review Glasgow Best Burger Burgerthon | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog
Ad Lib Review Glasgow Best Burger Burgerthon | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog
Ad Lib Review Glasgow Best Burger Burgerthon | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog
Ad Lib Review Glasgow Best Burger Burgerthon | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog

Ad Lib do have a selection of cocktails on offer, but when we visited on a rainy Monday afternoon I wasn't in the mood for a cocktail (shock horror!) and instead opted for a pint of cranberry juice because that's just how I roll. I was happy to see cocktails on offer, though, and Paddy easily found a beer he liked!

We were pretty hungry when we visited so I found myself desperate for a portion of nachos to start. After deciding on chicken chilli nachos, Paddy followed suit and ordered some southern fried popcorn chicken with a smokey BBQ mayo. I mention the mayo because I loved it and could quite happily dip everything I ever eat in it. So. Good. My nachos were gorgeous, with the perfect amount of flavour and a bit of a kick. Paddy's chicken was incredibly tender which worked perfectly with the crisp coating - a good start, I'd say!

Ad Lib Review Glasgow Best Burger Burgerthon | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog
Ad Lib Review Glasgow Best Burger Burgerthon | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog
Ad Lib Review Glasgow Best Burger Burgerthon | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog
Ad Lib Review Glasgow Best Burger Burgerthon | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog

For the main event, we opted for our typical choices - a classic cheeseburger, and a cheeseburger with bacon. The burgers were some of the juiciest we've tried so far, as well as being packed full of flavour and seasoned to perfection. They were pretty pink in the middle, which I don't mind, but I think this probably should be mentioned as I know it's not to everyone's taste. This was pretty offputting for Paddy in the end, and he struggled to finish it when he got to the very pink middle!

Overall, we were pretty impressed with Ad Lib. It's clear to see why they're still doing so well despite the recent influx of competing burger joints in the city. We ended up being able to take advantage of their lunchtime menu, meaning our burgers came in at £6.95 each. Not bad, eh?

She thought: Quality of burger 3.5, Variety available 3, Atmosphere & service 4, Value for money 3
He thought: Quality of burger 3, Variety available 4, Atmosphere & service 4, Value for money 4

Overall Ad Lib scored 28.5 out of a possible 40

Check out the rest of the Glasgow Burgerthon to see how it compares

Find Ad Lib at 33 Ingram Street or 111 Hope Street


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10 Oct 2016

Girls' Day Out 2016 Blogger Preview

Girls Day Out 2016 Glasgow Blogger Preview | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog
Girls Day Out 2016 Glasgow Blogger Preview | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog
Girls Day Out 2016 Glasgow Blogger Preview | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog

Each year, the Girls Day Out descends upon Glasgow for a weekend of cocktails, shopping, and fun at the start of December. This year will be no different, and at the end of September, I was invited along to get a sneak peek of what's in store for this year's show. Having never attended the show myself I was excited to see what it's all about, and after getting a glimpse at what the weekend holds I'm even more excited for December to roll around.

Girls Day Out 2016 Glasgow Blogger Preview | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog
Girls Day Out 2016 Glasgow Blogger Preview | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog
Girls Day Out 2016 Glasgow Blogger Preview | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog

The event was held in Metropolitan, in Glasgow's Merchant Square. On the night we arrived at the venue to find a gorgeous private room, decked out with elegant place settings and a cosy atmosphere that was perfect for catching up with my favourite bloggers, and finally being able to put Twitter names to faces for a few new people too!

We were treated to a gorgeous spread of Afternoon Tea from the team at Metropolitan, which will also be on offer at the show itself in December. If you know me, you'll know I love afternoon tea and as a result, I was very quick to get stuck in. I didn't know that Metropolitan actually offered afternoon tea and I'm really looking forward to trying more of their selection at the show in the future. The scones were top notch, which is always a winner in my eyes!

As we tucked in to the delectable treats on the table the Girls' Day Out Team had put together a quick lineup of speakers from some of the brands exhibiting at the event. We got to hear about the latest tips, trends and tools of the trade from Fake Bake, Urban Decay, Urban Hair & Beauty and F.A.C.E. Semi-permanent Makeup. The brands also revealed a little bit of what's to come at the show, including semi-permanent brows, makeovers, hair styling, exclusive discounts and more...

Girls Day Out 2016 Glasgow Blogger Preview | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog
Girls Day Out 2016 Glasgow Blogger Preview | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog

As well as the speakers, there were stands set up around the room so that we could have a hands-on experience with some of their products and services. I fell head over heels for the new Urban Decay Ultimate Basics palette, which I'm going to be adding to my collection as soon as possible! 

Other brands demonstrating on the night included Yerba Water and Massage & Glow, who were sampling their products for the attendees to give an idea of what to expect from their stalls at the event. I had a very much needed massage, which reminded me just how much I need to sort out regular appointments to relieve some of the tension I carry in my shoulders!

Girls Day Out 2016 Glasgow Blogger Preview | Colours and Carousels - Scottish Lifestyle, Beauty and Fashion blog

This was just a small sampling of what's to come, as the show itself has over 200 exhibitors to choose from. Indulge yourself in a spot of shopping with exclusive discounts, samples and offers, or just pick up a few free samples on the day! As well as that, treat yourself to a little tipple from the two cocktail bars or the champagne bar before checking out some of the catwalk shows taking place across the weekend. The event takes place across the weekend of the 4th-6th December, so it's the perfect time to pick up some Christmas prezzies - or just treat yourself. From fashion to beauty, health & wellbeing you're sure to find something, so you may as well take advantage! I for one am very excited to check it all out come December time, hopefully I'll see you there too?

You can buy your Girls Day Out Show tickets here


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