I had such a fun few days in London last weekend attending a couple of blogger events and celebrating one of my good friends birthdays. On Thursday I popped along to the Zalando press day, held at the prestigious May Fair hotel with the beautiful Leigh
. We enjoyed lots of bubbles, canapes and got hair spruced up for the evening. From here we made our way across town to the Amazon Associates event with Ally
, held at Amazon HQ. I mentioned the event in yesterday’s post so won’t go into too much detail again but it was lots of fun and I was able to catch up with friends and meet lots of new bloggers. And just look at the spread of mini burgers and bruschetta they put on!! It’s not a blogger party without mini burgers 🙂
On Friday I met a friend for lunch and tried my very first Honest burger and my god how good is it?! And a bargain at like £9 purely for the amount of chips you get!! I couldn’t resist a cheeky look in Topshop and Urban Outfitters whilst I was near Oxford Circus, and ended up purchasing the denim a line skirt pictured above (which I’m wearing with this moss green Topshop half sleeve top).
On Friday night a whole bunch of us headed out in Brixton to watch Friction plus more DJ at Electric Brixton
and then on Saturday we spent the day in the pub watching the rugby. Not my favourite thing to do but the pretty fairy lights, tiki huts and £5 mojitos helped! 😉
After such a big weekend I was happy to stuff myself with Franco Manca
sourdough pizza on Sunday night. Have any of you ever tried the pizza here? The queue was so long at the one in Brixton but it was totally worth it. And finallyyyyy on Monday I had another job interview (please keep your fingers and toes crossed for me as I really want it!!!) and proceeded to wander round Carnaby Street and Liberty before heading home… Phew! And now you’re up to date on my entire life haha. Seriously though all this fun in London town has got me longing for the city even more. I can’t wait until we live there!
Instagram // Facebook // Twitter // Lookbook // Bloglovin’