Tunic & Headband c/o: BMAG
This is what I wore on Tuesday to do some shopping in Birmingham. I think the headband looks amazing with my hair and the stunning tunic really shows off my figure. ONLY JOKING! I took my pal Hannah to the BMAG to the Pharaoh Exhibition which was good, however all of the items are from the British Museum and as a massive Ancient Egypt geek, I’ve seen them millions of times before. If I’d known this before, I wouldn’t have paid £8 for our tickets! We had a great time though and spent the rest of the day in Nandos/Starbucks/The Bullring.

On Saturday I went into Birmingham for the Brum Blogger Meet Part 2. This time, there was only 8 of us which was a lot better in terms of actually managing to talk to each other, but we did miss the others that couldn’t make it. We all met up in Starbucks again and had a chat before making our way to the German Market.. it was probably a bad idea to go there the second Saturday of it being open because it was RAMMED. We managed to make our way up New Street, stopping at the pop up vintage shop on the way and then we found ourselves in the food and alcohol bit. A few of the girls had German sausages which looked really good and then we tried to maneuver our way around the rest of the market which was a bit of a struggle! We then made our way to the Mailbox and we had a meal at Bar Room Bar. The food was nice and very reasonably priced too.
If you don’t already follow the blogs of the girls who went, you definitely should. They’re some of the nicest people I’ve ever met:
Annabel, Char, Eloise, Emma, Gem, Michelle, Rebecca, Sian
I had such a good day, it felt like I’d known these girls forever and we all got on really well. We will definitely be having more meet ups in the future!

This Saturday I’m off to the Southampton meet but I don’t know anyone who’s going apart from Michelle. If you’re going too, let me know!

Although I’m glad to be home, I’m feeling very sad at the moment. On Friday night, my Nanny Molly passed away. We found out she had cancer about a month ago, but I didn’t realise just how ill she was. I almost didn’t go to the Brum Blogger Meet but my mom said she’d want me to have fun, so I went and it helped keep my mind off things. I was a bit quiet at the meet yesterday and that’s the reason why. I didn’t want to say anything and be a Debbie Downer but I did have a good time.

I didn’t take any photos yesterday, I just completely forgot I had a camera on me!
We started off in Starbucks in the Pallisades which must have looked very odd for people who were walking by. 20 girls, surrounded by yellow bags with “Hello my name is..” stickers on! We then took some group photos and then went shopping. We were given a few challenges to do. One of them was to find the outrageous head gear. Whilst in Republic, we came across this beauty. I ended up liking it so much I actually bought it! I didn’t win the prize, but I got a cute hamster hat out of it anyway.

After we’d been shopping (the only thing I bought was that hat, I don’t know what’s wrong with me – I’ve lost my shopping mojo!) we headed to Red Peppers in the Mailbox for a lovely meal. I had the Thai Chicken Burger which was delicious. I’d definitely recommend going there. After the meal, a few of us headed home and those who were staying out, went off to get ready for the night out. 
As well as great company and good food, we also got some goody bags! We got a lot of stares when we were walking around with our bright yellow Max C London bags!
From Max C London, I got a multicoloured sheer vest top and a lovely purple belt.

From Crown & Glory I got these lovely owl badges. They’re perfect for me!

From Motel (which was organised by Selina), I got this tote bag, tshirt, keyring, badge, a couple of stickers and Models Own in Gold Rush.

From missguided.co.uk (which was organised by Sara), I got this tote bag, skull scarf, floral hair garland, lip splash in Chilli Red and Caramel and nail polish in Deep Red and Pink.

From Clothing at Tesco I got this lovely peach coloured dress which I’m wearing today!

I had such a brilliant time and everyone was so nice!
Thank you so much to Fritha and Claire for organising it all. And to Char, Clare, Danni, Elizabeth, Elouise, Emma, Florrie, Gem, Gem, Hattie, Joy, Lily, Louise, Maria, MichelleRebecca, Sara, Sarah and Selina I’m so glad I met all of you, even though I didn’t get a chance to speak to all of you. I’m sure we’ll do something again soon! I can’t wait to see everyone else’s photos and accounts of the day!