Belgravia in Bloom

I frequently spend days in Central London, it is one of my favourite pastimes and its such a treasure trove of some of the most fun and pretty places!

Last Friday (25th May), upon chance, I happened to stumble across one of the most beautiful streets in London at this time of year- Elizabeth Street in Belgravia. I'm so happy I came across it at the time I did.

I was originally looking for Les Senteurs, a perfumery with a floral exterior that has taken Instagram by storm. Little did I realise that it was situated on the exact same stretch of road as Peggy Porschen is... amongst many other beautiful floral displays on shops and some florists.

The reason for this in none other than the week of Belgravia in Bloom, where shops join in celebrating alongside the Chelsea Flower Show. So if you can't/won't purchase tickets to the event, you can see the Frida Kahlo's gorgeous exhibition, located in Belgravia. It's so nice to see that other parts of London are joining in with the Chelsea Flower Show... what's not to love about seeing London decorated in flowers...

These are some of the installations I loved the most... 


Peggy Porschen





#DoubleWearOrNothing

Hello everyone!


It feels like it has been a lifetime since I last published a blog post. When I wrote my last post, I was determined to get back to doing them more often. However, with exams literally taking over my life right now... I've slacked with blogging (sad times)!

A post I've been wanting to write for a while now was inspired by an Estee Lauder campaign that I saw a couple of months back called 'Double Wear or Nothing'. There was an advert, and loads of blogger sponsorships surrounding it. Now, whilst this isn't part of the campaign, it really got me questioning why I have never written a blog post about a product I CANNOT live without- Estee Lauder Double Wear Foundation. 

This foundation came into my life shortly after I started working at Boots 4 and a half years ago! Everyone at my work obsessed over double wear, and I had to see what the rage was all about... safe to say I have never gone back!