Saturday, 12 December 2015

Festive Styling with West Quay

West Quay shopping centre is my go to destination for all things fashion, make up and food so when an email dropped into my inbox about an evening of Wagamamas, winter styling and festive make up tips with West Quay's fabulous PR team I couldn't say no. Take a peek at how the evening went...

I spent the evening with Tanya, Jess, Brogan and Kat talking blog and what we're wearing this Christmas season. We started off in Wagamamas in the Food Court where we tucked into edamame, ebi katsu, gyoza and more while sipping on prosecco before we made our way to Oasis Fashion. 

While at Oasis Fashion we were talked through their key pieces for this season. From Jacquard dresses, tops and skirts to embellished dresses and cosy knits. I have my eye on more than a few pieces and I'm dying to get back into Oasis to pick them up. In particular I want the Jacquard Hattie Mini and the Sparkle Tweed Dress. After trying on a few different outfits in Oasis we moved on to The Body Shop to see what they had on offer for Christmas. The Body Shop is the place to go for Christmas gift sets and this year's scents did not disappoint. 

I had such a fab evening with the blogging girls and the girls from Frank PR. It makes such a difference when it's just like a girls evening out rather than a stuffy blog event and I can't wait to go shop up a storm in Oasis next week!



  1. It sounds like you had a really wonderful time, I love your pictures here!

    Jodie, xo // Jodie Loue

    1. I did, such a lovely evening! Thank you xx

  2. The advent calender looks amazing but it is it wrong I got so excited by the big bowl of palma violets? x

    Miss Kitty Kaos - Adventures Of A Riot Grrrl

  3. Aww this sounds like so much fun! ^__^

  4. I went to uni in Southampton and West Quay was my favourite place to shop, I miss it!

    Katya | The Beauty Harbour


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