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Lola & Grace

Thursday I had the pleasure of attending Lola & Grace #makethemoment event. Beautifully set in McQueens florist in Shorditch, I was there for a style work shop with In Style's shopping editor, Robyn Kotze and then a street style shoot. Lizzy came with me so I was able to get these great behind the scenes shots from the day to give you guys a little preview of some exciting contents that's coming next week! 
We were greeted with prosseco - complete with hibiscus flower, which frankly is the most wonderful thing I've ever tasted - and an array of gorgeous nibbles garnished with edible flowers, butternut squash tart, scotch quails egg and red velvet cupcakes to name a few.
McQueens florist was simply stunning, it's actually owned by Alexander McQueens aunt too! Lola & Grace jewellery was gorgeously laid out amongst flower displays and moss around the shop. 
I was then taken to a table full of jewels, designer bags, sunglasses and an almighty rack of insane clothes. I'll go into what Robyn styled me in more in the next post, but let's just take a minute to appreciate that beyond beautiful new season Marigela oxblood clutch. They practically had to prize it away from me at the end of the shoot!
We were sent away with the most beautiful bouquet of flowers and I got to keep my two favourite pieces of jewellery, spoilt rotten. Lizzy and I finished off the lovely session with a glass of pino in the local pub and sat in that lovely bit of February sunshine we had yesterday before heading home and packing.
I'm writing this from my hotel room and can't wait for a day full of Paris and fashion week tomorrow!



Lola & Grace

Thursday I had the pleasure of attending Lola & Grace #makethemoment event. Beautifully set in McQueens florist in Shorditch, I was there for a style work shop with In Style's shopping editor, Robyn Kotze and then a street style shoot. Lizzy came with me so I was able to get these great behind the scenes shots from the day to give you guys a little preview of some exciting contents that's coming next week! 
We were greeted with prosseco - complete with hibiscus flower, which frankly is the most wonderful thing I've ever tasted - and an array of gorgeous nibbles garnished with edible flowers, butternut squash tart, scotch quails egg and red velvet cupcakes to name a few.
McQueens florist was simply stunning, it's actually owned by Alexander McQueens aunt too! Lola & Grace jewellery was gorgeously laid out amongst flower displays and moss around the shop. 
I was then taken to a table full of jewels, designer bags, sunglasses and an almighty rack of insane clothes. I'll go into what Robyn styled me in more in the next post, but let's just take a minute to appreciate that beyond beautiful new season Marigela oxblood clutch. They practically had to prize it away from me at the end of the shoot!
We were sent away with the most beautiful bouquet of flowers and I got to keep my two favourite pieces of jewellery, spoilt rotten. Lizzy and I finished off the lovely session with a glass of pino in the local pub and sat in that lovely bit of February sunshine we had yesterday before heading home and packing.
I'm writing this from my hotel room and can't wait for a day full of Paris and fashion week tomorrow!

7 comments

  1. The jewelry looks stunning, as do you!
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  2. That coat is lovely! all the jewellery looks amazing too!

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  3. Wow, that day sounds amazing, and I'm sure your time in paris will be incredible!
    Lucia's Loves
    x

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  4. Beautiful pictures! Xx

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    .Georgina Clare.

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  5. Beautiful pics. I really like your outfitl!
    XO

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  6. Sounds amazing. I love your coat x

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  7. This looks so cool, amazing coat as well <3

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