Spring Look Book: My favourite seasonal vintage pieces

Since the age of 16, vintage clothes and accessories have remained a consistent, ever-dependable part of my wardrobe. Don’t get me wrong, I can’t resist a cheeky Topshop splurge, but there’s something incredibly rewarding about thrift shopping, and finding that perfect statement piece that you can’t find anywhere else. Whether you’re rummaging in a vintage… Read More Spring Look Book: My favourite seasonal vintage pieces

The Food Review: Federal Café Bar, Manchester

Arguably the most fashionable, Instagram-worthy meal of the day, it’s safe to say that brunching has become a serious business. In Manchester alone, there’s an abundance of hip eateries armed with ample supplies of eggs and cocktails for its hungry guests; head to northern quarter and you’ll soon find it difficult to decide upon which… Read More The Food Review: Federal Café Bar, Manchester

Drinking Diaries: Gin Tasting Part 2

Once again finding sanctuary in the ever-impressive Magnum Wine Shop in Swindon, I’m eagerly awaiting my selection of gins for the last winter tasting of the season. Becoming somewhat of a regular at Magnum’s gin tastings, (see my previous post here- https://itsthefinerthingsclub.wordpress.com/2016/12/28/drinking-diaries-autumnwinter-gin-tasting/ ) it’s a fantastic way to gain a detailed insight into the delicate… Read More Drinking Diaries: Gin Tasting Part 2

The Food Review: Johann Lafer at The Gainsborough Hotel, Bath

I don’t know about you, but I generally tend to detest any sort of dining that falls under the term ‘fusion’. My feelings towards fusion have developed into a kind of irrational dislike over the years, as I simply fail to see why food should undergo such extreme permutations. However, my recent visit to Johann… Read More The Food Review: Johann Lafer at The Gainsborough Hotel, Bath