the ultimate festival wardrobe

**BEWARE CONTAINS SH**LOADS OF SEQUINS.**

**MAY CAUSE EXTREME SPLURGING..**

The excitement is reaching crazy-take-me-to-disneyland-like-levels-for Glastonbury next week. I’ve downloaded the EE line-up app, compared my line up to my pals, and been mind-blown by the amount of music choices to make.

Rewind back to 2008: my first & last time at Glasto. I was smug AF to be skipping sixth form with my friend, blasting out Dizee Rascal all the way down in his car-

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Thinking we were mad cool in our customised- ‘GLASTO 2008’ paint splattered Tshirts. There were some unforgettable memories watching Amy Winehouse perform, and Jay Z blasting out Wonderwall-as his opening track, in a massive F U to Noel Gallagher. I can’t believe it’s taken 9 years for me to be going back…

This time -I’m ready to dance around the million different stages and cover everything in glitter. (I might need a rhythm / old lady stick to help me walk after last week’s walking marathon though…) With the sheer size of glasto, it’s basically a festival town, so it’s impossible to see everyone. That’s where the bbc coverage saves lives. I’m booking an extra day off to relive it all on the red button – probably crying that it’s over, maybe even re-pitch the tent on top of the inflatable crocodile in my living room, and use my last £10 on deliveroo. Beautiful scenes ahead.

This week I’ve been on a mission to get sparkled up in style. I’m hoping that the sun has big plans for us, because there really isn’t enough cool waterproofs out there.

GRAB THAT PLASTIC !!…..

WATERMELON PRINT T-SHIRT £12.99
I BEEN DRINKIN WATERMELON

WATERMELON PRINT T-SHIRT £12.99 tshirt

WATERMELON PRINT T-SHIRT £12.99 front
Watermelon print t-shirt, Zara -12.99
white sinner high waisted sequin frayed hem shorts £30.00 missguided
SEQUIN CROTCH PLZ
white sinner high waisted sequin frayed hem shorts £30.00 missguided BACK
white sinner high waisted sequin frayed hem shorts, Missguided – £30.00

Skinnydip Round Sunglasses in Marble Print £30

Skinnydip Round Sunglasses in Marble Print
Skinnydip Round Sunglasses in Marble Print, ASOS – £30
Stolen Graphic Choker Tee £13
STEAL DEM SHAPES

Stolen Graphic Choker Tee £13 back

Stolen Graphic Choker Tee £13.00

Pink Metallic Skirt £22.99
loove this – cheaper version of Topshop’s 😉

 

 

Pink Metallic Skirt £22.99 back
Pink Metallic Skirt, New Look – £22.99
Love Will Save Us Applique T-Shirt
Spread the love – STILL LOVE YA TOPSHOP
Love Will Save Us Applique T-Shirt £18
Love Will Save Us Applique T-Shirt, Topshop – £18.00

Frilled shorts 19.99 h&m

Frilled shorts 19.99 h&m model
Put them hands up for some Frilled shorts, H&M – £19.99

MERMAID TEARS BODYSUIT 32.00

 

MERMAID TEARS BODYSUIT 32.00 back
Mermaid Tears Bodysuit, Shop Genoa – £32.00

Frilled satin shorts h&m

Frilled satin shorts h&m 29.99
Frilled satin shorts, H&M – £29.99

blue paisley slinky flared jumpsuit £25

blue paisley slinky flared jumpsuit £25 missguided
Blue paisley slinky flared jumpsuit, Missguided – £25
KIVA PALE BLUE SCALLOP EDGE CROCHET CROP TOP £10 PLT
CROCHET-ME
KIVA PALE BLUE SCALLOP EDGE CROCHET CROP TOP £10 PLT BACK
Kiva pale blue scallop edge crochet crop top, Pretty Little Thing – NOW on Sale £10.00

ASOS Tie Dye Shorts with Ruffle £20.00

ASOS Tie Dye Shorts with Ruffle £20.00 BACK
ASOS Tie Dye Shorts with Ruffle, NOW on sale £20.00
Shimmy Shimmy Holographic Blue Bodysuit £85 easy tiger
Blogger Tiger Lilly – 1/4 of my fav rainbow girl squad – Confetti Crowd
Shimmy Shimmy FUSCHIA Bodysuit £85 easy tiger BACK
Shimmy Shimmy Fuschia Bodysuit, Shop Easy Tiger – £85
Frida Kahlo Vintage Denim Jacket elsie & fred £48
Frida Kahlo Vintage Denim Jacket, Elsie & Fred – £48.00

Keep Ya Head Up Re-work Denim Jacket Elsie & Fred £68

Keep Ya Head Up Re-work Denim Jacket Elsie & Fred £68 front
Keep Ya Head Up Re-work Denim Jacket, Elsie & Fred – £68
Faith George Leather Biker jacket Elsie & fred £105
Well I guess it would be nice
If I could touch your body
I know not everybody
Has got a body like you, uhh
Faith George Leather Biker jacket Elsie & fred £105 front
Faith George Leather Biker jacket, Elsie & Fred, £105
MELLA CAPE-PLAYSUIT - AMETHYST
Mermaid Dreams
MELLA CAPE-PLAYSUIT - AMETHYST BACK
Mella cape-playsuit – amethyst, Rosa Bloom – £185

New Look Strawberry Embroidered Denim Shorts

New Look Strawberry Embroidered Denim Shorts back
New Look Strawberry Embroidered Denim Shorts, ASOS – £22.99

 

 BERRY COOL

Strawberry Applique Triangle Bra
Strawberry Applique Triangle Bra, Topshop – £22.00

 

Light Before Dark Holographic Rain Mac Jacket £55

Light Before Dark Holographic Rain Mac Jacket £55 back
Light Before Dark Holographic Rain Mac Jacket, Urban Outfitters – NOW ON SALE £55.00

Perruzza Aldo sunglasses

Perruzza Aldo sunglasses side
Perruzza, Aldo – 
 NOW on Sale £7.98
Sequin bomber topshop £150
FLUFF GOALS
Sequin bomber topshop £150 back
Sequin Marabou Bomber Jacket Topshop – £150.00

Sequin bomber topshop £150 black

 

Sequin bomber topshop £150 black full length
Also Topshop – £150.00 in Black

 

Mamacita rainbow crochet dress £80

Mamacita rainbow crochet dress £80 shop fluffy
Another 1/4 of the Confetti Crowd babe -Lulu Trixabelle’s brand Shop Fluffy. Mamacita rainbow crochet dress, £80

 

ROSANA MULTI DISCO SEQUIN SHIFT DRESS £45

ROSANA MULTI DISCO SEQUIN SHIFT DRESS back £45
Rosana multi disco sequin shift dress, Pretty Little Thing – £45.00

Park Lane Lace Up Ankle Welly asos

Park Lane Lace Up Ankle Welly asos front
Park Lane Lace Up Ankle Welly, ASOS – NOW on Sale £26.00

ASOS Resin Flower Tassel Drop Earrings

ASOS Resin Flower Tassel Drop Earrings model
ASOS Resin Flower Tassel Drop Earrings – £12.00

Playsuit poplinPlaysuit poplin £39.99

 

MULTI TIE DYE HALTERNECK PLAYSUIT £15

MULTI TIE DYE HALTERNECK PLAYSUIT back £15
Multi tie dye halterneck playsuit, Pretty Little Thing- £15

nude half metal round sunglasses missguided

nude half metal round sunglasses missguided £8
Nude half metal round sunglasses, Missguided – £8.00
pastel dreams slash dress
!! KEEP IT BRIGHT: Manchester mega babe Zara Khalique’s positive vibes brand !!
pastel dreams slash dress keep it bright
Pastel dreams slash dress, Keep It Bright – £24.00

heavenly denim jacket £140

heavenly denim jacket £140 product
Heavenly denim jacket, Keep It Bright – £140
LILAC IRIDESCENT SEQUIN SHORTS £45
Lilac iridescent sequin choker tee, Jaded London – £55.00

LILAC IRIDESCENT SEQUIN SHORTS back £45

LILAC IRIDESCENT SEQUIN SHORTS side £45
Lilac iridescent sequin shorts, Jaded London – £45.00

 

ADRIANE SEQUIN LACE PLUNGE JUMPSUIT £60

ADRIANE SEQUIN LACE PLUNGE JUMPSUIT CLOSE £60
Adriane sequin lace plunge jumpsuit, Pretty Little Thing – £60

 CRESSIDA STUDDED MINI BACKPACK

CRESSIDA STUDDED MINI BACKPACK £32
Cressida studded mini backpack, Skinny Dip – £32.00
RAINBOW GINGHAM LACE UP CATSUIT £50
JADED LONDON – AAAAMAZING STRETCHY CATSUITS

RAINBOW GINGHAM LACE UP CATSUIT back £50

RAINBOW GINGHAM LACE UP CATSUIT front £50
Rainbow gingham lace up catsuit, Jaded London – £50.00

PINK FLUFF BUMBAG £16

PINK FLUFF BUMBAG £16 model
Pink Fluff Bumbag, Skinny Dip – £16

ASOS GIANT Watermelon Wellies £20

ASOS GIANT Watermelon Wellies £20 model
ASOS GIANT Watermelon Wellies
£20.00

 

 

***KEEP IT PEELED FOR SOME GLASTO BEAUTY LOOKS COMING THIS WEEKEND***

Wembley Wembley Wembley

Do ya do ya do do ya yaaaaaa! Oh woh oh wohh oh wooohhhhh!

(I saw Ricky from Kaiser Chiefs sat a few seats down from me..) It made up for my lack of football chants.

Bank holiday Sunday – Monday was amazing – I won a competition to spend a night in the Hilton Wembley, followed by a tour of Wembley stadium, dinner in the hospitality area with football legends “Uncle Razor”, AKA Neil Ruddock, and holmes under the hammer’s Dion Dublin. Then tickets to see Huddersfield v Reading in a play off final.

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Both guys were hilarious. This was all thanks to Prostate Cancer UK – organisers of the March for Men, where Jeff Stelling will be walking an epic 15 marathons in 15 days! I’m going to be taking part on June 8th, Day 7. My route is going from Wigan to Manchester City – via United, and I can’t wait to be doing it in beautiful Manchester. It’s for an amazing cause – raising money to help stop prostate cancer being a killer. 1 in 8 men will have prostate cancer, which is crazy numbers.  Hit me up with those sponsors if you can here pleeeeeeease!

What do you wear to a hospitality football game??

I had no idea what to wear or expect from my first football match experience – but I figured when you’re in hospitality you need to represent. I decided to go all black eeer thing. (Pretty safer than usual.. no sequins in sight.)

Scroll for outfit deets….

LBD goes to Wembley for Play off Final- Huddersfield v Reading

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Duck parfait mmmmmK
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Fillet of cod, scallop, and peas with mashed creamy potato
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Cheesecake with white chocolate ice cream. I think I ate mine and everyone else’s too.

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Steam coming off some of the players – go figure

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1 minute silence was held to remember the victims in Manchester’s horrific attack last Monday 22nd March.
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Rapunzel in front = hair goals
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Really glad they didn’t ask me to take this one…
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Who’s got the biggest arm on the pitch??
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Confetti time! Well done Huddersfield – I’m now a huge fan!!

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OUTFIT..

Dress – Primark – £5. Sale. SORRY NOT SORRY

Shoes – Topshop – £10 (SS16) VINTAGE BABY

Bag – LVM (ssssh ok maybe it is, maybe is isn’t)

Favourite line of the weekend. Hilton staff upon checking in: “Are you with the footballer party?” 

10 things I learned at Drapers’ Next Generation Event 2017…

What is Drapers Next Generation??

The event is designed for people in the early stages of their careers within fashion – from newly hatched graduates all the way to management level, first, second and third job stages. It’s an action packed schedule with talks from up-and-coming talent across the industry, sharing their secrets and experience which has progressed them to their current positions – to leading figures looking back at their career highlights. It’s a roller coaster of fashion-inspiration and exciting discussions set in London’s Euston Square.

How often do you get to hear a CEO tell you what they would go back in time to tell their twenty-something-self?!

Ok so it’s that classic”Best day ever” and we missed it – grrrrreat..

No worries- I went to town with my note taking – like Hermione Granger without magic and an out of practice writing hand. Now I’m serving up all of these wisdom nuggets to share.

There’s a vast amount of information to eat up so let’s break it down:

1…… Be realistic with your timings.

Don’t expect to go from 0-success in 2 years.

You need some good experience on board before you can make your way up to the top – and that takes time. When asked what her secret was to becoming CEO of East – Erica Vilkauls said: “Patience.”

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I remember heating up a certain fashion-designer’s soup because she apparently didn’t know how to use a microwave. We all have to start somewhere. 

(Allowing yourself some extra time for the tube always helps.) Obvious maybe for some, but I learnt that the carefree: “I’m only 5 mins away”, doesn’t cut it in front of a 30min tube ride. Something I take for granted in Manchester… 

2. Celebrate the small wins.

Like when you do make it on time! It’s easy to focus on the big things and get frustrated when they don’t seem to be happening fast enough. By congratulating yourself or your team around you on the small things, it’s a feel good boost to keep working towards the bigger goals. Who doesn’t need some encouragement along the way?!

(My waxer is brilliant at this…)

3. Find yourself a mentor and don’t be afraid to ask for advice. 

I literally asked someone for advice in the jacuzzi the other day.  We kind of know each other but we’re in completely different roles and businesses – I was surprised this didn’t even matter. An objective viewpoint can sometimes make all the difference to guide you towards making the best decision for yourself. 

4. Don’t underestimate the power of branding…

When the Marketing Director says he doesn’t like the word ‘Marketing’, I was confused. Really it’s the push tactic nature of marketing which Simon Lee at Matalan has a problem with. He described how his career has been concentrated on helping brands to create a world for their customers to become a part of – the “pull tactic”. The Leeds-born-advertising entrepreneur drew us into his world, speaking about his adventures state-side; flashing the Justin Beiber -Lara Stone campaign on screen #MyCalvins, and regaling the impressive campaign results in his down-to-earth, not your usual-director-like-style. His drive to innovate brands like Matalan, is what the CEO of Jack Wills would call an acknowledgement of brand as a living breathing thing.

5. Obsess about the customer you want to sell to..

So this sounds creepy. It’s also quite necessary. It’s easy to get lost in other brands’ campaigns sometimes working in marketing – dreaming of copying campaigns which are actually irrelevant to the customer you’re trying to reach, just because they look pretty. Knowing more about who you’re targeting to makes it easier to connect and understand what they’re going to want to see.

6. Have a broader approach to your role. 

A few years ago when I started, fresh on the scene and terrified by the never ending office space, it was great that I had a manager who really guided me through every step of the way. I wanted to learn everything, but he was often the safety net which helped me avoid doing tasks that I didn’t yet feel confident enough to take on. The support was amazing but it was only really when he left – 6 months in, suddenly I was forced to take on a lot more responsibility and had to step up to what he had been working on. The jump paid off. This experience really taught me the importance of doing the job you’re aiming for, before it’s given to you on paper.

7. Use social media to get instant reactions.

I love the idea of social media now influencing product designs and buyers. It makes sense to have a conversation with your customers about what they want before you place massive orders. Social media platforms’ advertising revenue is also soaring. It’s not just paid for advertising, it’s brands themselves recognising the ability to use their presence to connect with their customers in the fastest way – building a targeted audience and influencer network. It’s much more personal seeing one of your favourite bloggers wearing a new brand.

8. Be resilient. Be positive.

Easier said than done when a bird shits on your head, just minutes before an interview (this happened to my friend last week!!) She’s always a positivity inspiration outside of work- so I know she will have bossed her way out of the mess! It’s so easy to just whinge whinge about stuff, but after a while it takes it’s toll and it makes it so much harder to keep pushing for the things you want. Oliver Proudlock said inspiring his team behind Serge DeNimes is key: “Always be positive and full believe in what you do….no one is going to be able to sell your brand better than you.”

And for those less positive days – bird shitting or otherwise, its important not to just have a mediocre day. If you’re going in – do it properly, have a terrible day or have an amazing day.

#DRNEXTGEN 2017 BE POSITIVE

9. Establish what makes you unique.

Understanding your strengths but also your weaknesses, and being comfortable with those is key for Negin Yaganegy, Net-a-porter/YNAP’s eccomerce director. Weaknesses aren’t typically dwelled upon during this type of event. So it stood out to me in a way that was powerful and showed a strength towards being confident in what you are not. That self-awareness is integral both at a personal and brand level. It can define what your focuses should be for your customer, rather than trying to be everything to everybody. We all know a social chameleon, and they’re often hard to trust, just like an everything-brand.
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10. TAKE RISKS. 

It’s lucky we weren’t playing a drinking game for every time this was mentioned… I wouldn’t have made the after-event drinks!! Draper’s next generation event is like a testimonial of RISK TAKERS. Everyone mentioned it because it’s so important – yep saved the best until last.

Taking risks also comes with making mistakes. To quote Erica Vilkauls again: “If you’re not making mistakes, you’re probably not learning anything.” I’ve constantly been afraid of making mistakes – not speaking out in case you say the wrong thing in a meeting. Well, time for that to change! Life is too short, and there’s so much to learn, so bring on the mistakes!

And finally To wrap up – if you want to attend next year’s event (hellaaaa yeah!), keep a look out for the application for 2018 on Drapers.

Thanks so much to Drapers and headline sponsors Matalan, for making the day so good – keeping us going with coffee, lunch, snacks, and topped off with wine and canapes – the perfect toast to end the day, and kick off some networking!

 

#DRNEXTGEN 2017

BOHO MEET BIKER

BYKER GROVE – YEAH

HA-HA HA-HA ha-ha.

A post-newsround guilty pleasure, byker grove was a staple of my early TV addictions, along with the Queen’s nose, Bernard’s watch, and my parents are aliens.

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Head to to ankle -H&M
Sandals -Topshop 

 

Oliver Bonas – Manchester store

Is literally giving me a bonas. I want to own everything in there.

In fact, I’ve probably spent enough time in there to qualify for squatter’s rights. So it may officially be my new home…

TO THE WINDOWS

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TO THE WALLS 

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It’s a great place for cards – Scribber & Waterstones are usually my go-to, but Oliver has done it again.

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INTERIOR GOALS..

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Fancy some Cat Bingo?

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A pineapple cocktail??

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#RAISEABROW

‘Bold is Beautiful

EMPOWERING BIG DREAMS AND BOLD MOVES’

LAST friday, walking around Manchester, super smug to be out of work for good friday – I found an all pink-errrythang store of dreams. Like the spice girls on steroids, it was girl power to the max. The music was blasting out, with neon pink lights, rails of clothes, and pink camo netting hanging from the ceiling. I went in to explore only to find it was a pop-up charity shop from Benefit.

POP-UP WHY?? Please stay!!

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ON WEDNESDAY’S WE WEAR PINK…

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Benefit’s charity shop collaboration is to raise money for charities: Refuge & Look good feel better – supporting women with cancer. The charity shop has now left Manchester (sob!), but If you’re around Glasgow’s St Enoch Centre, you can still catch PINK DREAMLAND until Sunday 23rd April.

ALSO.

If you go for a brow wax at Benefit until 30th April – 100% of the profits will go to Refuge & Look Good Feel Better. #RAISEABROW

Find out more about the project here

 

 

 

Ladies Day at Aintree 2017

Ladies’ Day.

I wasn’t sure what to expect, except for a lot of fun, which is always guaranteed with my ex-work-wife-Jess. If our previous antics were anything to go by, it was probably going to involve alcohol, the occasional shot in an egg cup, and some hula hooping. If we could manage any of that and stay standing in heels- I was going to be mega impressed, and definitely a races convert.

WHAT I WORE..

My outfit was a charity shop mash up with current accessories, so I felt less cheap.

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  • An unknown designer dress, charity shop
  • &Other Stories leather heels – my favourite ever find! Thank you charity shop-knutsford-WAG-cast-offs
  • Blue flower power earrings by H&M – £8
  • Black scarf / wrap by Primark -£5, with cute lace edges.
  • New Look Bird Embroidered Clutch Bag, ASOS – £22.99

And followed by a £9 fascinator which was a later addition to the outfit.. The fascinator hadn’t made it into the original outfit cut because all of the ones I had seen were either-

a) Way too expensive, and I was going to need to win a loooot of money to offset my new headgear expenditure.

Or

b) Crap.

If I wanted a piece of bird wire sticking to my head I would go to Wilkos..and probably incorporate a fake bird.

WHAT WE DID..

(Glass raise to each prosecco-mention necessary)

When you google ladies day- it’s kind of a mash up of flashing body parts that you didn’t know existed, flying through the air- faster than their hosts, or women abandoning their sky-high heels and wading through a sea of plastic cups. I was determined to stay committed to my heels; making a pact of: “home-do-us-part”, rather than “drunk-do-us-part”. Of course in complete prosecco-abandonment there were some commitment issues, and we parted ways…

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Our transport in style began with a train to Liverpool Lime St from Manchester Victoria, then a short walk, yet not-so-short-in-heels, to Liverpool Central to get to Aintree. Jess brought the class to northern rail with the best picnic ever: salmon & cream cheese bagels and prosecco.

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The costa cups she had supplied us with were genius – and later meant we could continue subtly chugging prosecco, (in a lady-like way), whilst everyone else had theirs confiscated before we boarded the next train.

I wasn’t expecting the commute between trains to be eventful. IT WAS. Stopping half way to buy a fascinator for myself, inside Clayton Square, to cure the major F(ascincator)FOMO. We then went into Coopers  for more prosecco. I don’t think you’ve experienced liverpool until you’ve been to Coopers. (Liverpool Echo give the full lowdown..) There was no other way to describe it than Men’s day, but felt like this was probably the general vibe.

“Where are all the girls??” – Probably already at the races being papped to win best dressed, but to hell with that, where’s the prosecco??!

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Our kareoke song of choice was Valerie. It took a lot of convincing from Jess, and me refusing to sing spice girls, but we bossed it! I mean I kept coming in too early apparently, but I think it was just the unrestrained passion to get those notes out. Jess invited one of the regulars to dance with us, and then we serenaded (insert appropriate old man’s name), and received a standing ovation. It was time to exit on a high.

Over to Liverpool Central, we jumped on a train with what was basically-Westlife. A big group of Irish guys who were also on their way to the races. When we started introductions, Jess decided instead they should be re-named as characters from Father Ted – my favourite being: ‘My Lovely Horse..’ One of the guys, definitely the lead-singer – ‘Ronan’, was wearing a massive foam hand which he kindly gifted to me. It was a winning part of my look before it was confiscated as we entered the grounds.

Inside, so many people, nearly all looking amazing. Queues to the bar and queues to bet. We decided to get our first bets in and then hit the bar! Beginners luck was on my side and although I only bet the minimum £2, I managed to win with every race I bet on!! Could this be a new career….?! I mean I’m clearly 100% psychic

(Although apparently still struggle to spell psychic)

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Outside with wine, the sun was shining and we went to watch the races. Like, you know, the real reason we’re here?! You know you’ve left Manchester when it’s actually not raining. For the best view you can climb the hill – which looks terrifying in heels, until you find the stairs at the back. There’s also an indoor stage where Sophie Ellis Bextor was playing, and I would love to say we went for some murder on the dancefloor circa 2001 but I think by this point the prosecco was getting the better of us..

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Bumped into some familiar faces!

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AND?? SO…

Next year – we’re there. I love any excuse to dress up and now I can see this is going to be a reoccurring must-attend event. Definitely need a spray tan for 2018!!