Winter to Spring - My Transitional Style

Winter to Spring can be the most exciting wardrobe change, if not the hardest. The weather is just as bad at making up it's mind as I am about choosing an outfit! Black or pink? Florals or faux fur? Are maxi dresses even possible in the cold? This can be a tricky time of year to navigate. But as each year passes, and I develop my own sense of style, I am finding little ways to incorporate the best of both worlds!


SpaSeekers #LoveYourself Event at Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotel

Hey Guys, 

Happy Valentines Day!

I hope you are having a wonderful day filled with lots of love! Last year I created this special post "14 Things to do This Valentines Day". It was filled with lot's of fun ways to treat yourself on Valentines day (aimed specifically at us single gals). Well, this year I find myself single on V.Day yet again... No surprises there! Anyway, instead of boo-hooing into my sugar puffs, I am revelling in all the positives of being a single pringle (- and there are lots!) 

Soul in the Van | The Vault Festival, Waterloo

This week I had the pleasure of being led into the back of a van, being told to sit in the pitch black dark, whilst being serenaded by the sweet dulcet tones and lyrical genius of a man named Phil.

It was great.

No, this is not my optimistic tale of kidnap, this literally happened. The annual Vault Festival in London's Waterloo tends to be the home for some extremely interesting shows. From "Neverland", an immersive musical, to "Soul in the Van". 

The intimate fifteen minute performance is extremely simple in its premise, but by the second song I found myself lost in a world of love and heartache where I was able to easily empathise and relate to leading man, Phil. 
Phil's quick-witted lyrical humour toes the line between the heavy, passion-filled soul genre and a little more acoustic indie-pop (think Scouting for Girls meets Lily Allen with their alluringly charming accents)
I'd highly recommend this unique experience. If you are someone who enjoys great, original music and intimate performances that feel more like friend's hanging out, then this show is for you! 

If you are in London over the next couple of months and fancy seeing some new, affordable theatre, head over to The Vault Festival and create your own timetable of shows. There are loads to choose from and most range between 15 minutes to an hour.

Eb x