Tuesday, 3 November 2015

Girls, Girls, Girls Charity Event with Today I'm Me

This weekend I went along to the Girls, Girls, Girls charity fashion event held at The Humber Royal to raise money for St Andrew's Hospice. I went along as the guest of Today I'm Me and Two Souls Boutique, a lovely shop in Louth and a fantastic handbag company. The ladies from Two Souls were absolutely wonderful to chat to, thanks for inviting me!


I spent a good while deciding what to wear, and ended up opting for a mixture of pink and black. It might be winter, but I love bright colours. I ended up accidentally matching the event colours too!


There was a lot of independent companies with stalls at the event, which was wonderful to see. I found a lot of stores I plan to order bits from for Christmas presents!


The Little Shop of Chocolates was a great find! Tasty chocolates in some gorgeous flavours, and such cute shapes too. 


Another favourite was the House of Mouse Dog & Cat Emporium. I totally spoil my furbabies, and I particularly fell in love with this shark toy for Ashen, I think he totally needs it for Christmas! They had a great range of accessories and toys for cats and dogs, you should definitely check them out.


Blame it on the Booth had a photobooth, so of course I had to jump in it and be cute. I'm looking for a photobooth for our wedding next year so I had to give it a go and enquire!

Next up were the fashion shows. It was lovely seeing a mixture of sizes and ages on the catwalk, some of the girls obviously had a lot of fun which made it a lot of fun to watch! Here are some of my favourite looks and moments on the cat walk.

Bag by Today I'm Me, dress from Two Souls

Bag by Today I'm Me, dress from Two Souls

Bag by Today I'm Me, dress from Two Souls

Bag by Today I'm Me, outfit from Two Souls

Bag by Today I'm Me, dress from Two Souls

I loved this ombre clutch, that handle is brilliant! I never use clutch bags, because I have a tendency to forget I'm holding them and drop them. Does anyone else do that? It can't just be me! So this one would work wonderfully for me.

Dress from What Shall I Wear

Dress from What Shall I Wear

Dress from What Shall I Wear

This model was so much fun to watch, she so obviously enjoyed herself!

Dress from What Shall I Wear

Outfits by Adore Couture

Outfit by Boho Belle

This model is just absolutely gorgeous, look at her!

Outfit by Boho Belle

Outfit by Boho Belle

Dress by Flirty Frox

Prom dresses are a bit more glam than when I had my prom 11 years ago! I love that this model wore her glasses, she rocked it. And what a babe!

Dress by Flirty Frox

Dress by Flirty Frox

Look at all that sparkle!

It was a really lovely event, with a fantastic raffle. I hope they managed to raise a brilliant amount! It is always good to see local companies together to support each other, and I hope this event happens again next year as well. I loved that it was almost entirely small, independent local business. I wish more people would buy locally and support small business, and this event really promoted that.

Much love,
Kitty xxxx





8 comments:

  1. This looks like it was a beautiful event and as you say its so important to support small indies. Lovely post x

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  2. This looks like it was such a fun day, and you look absolutely lovely. Really digging the style from What Shall I Wear - that kind of vintage repro is right up my street! :) x

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    1. thank you lovely. What Shall I Wear stock a really nice mix of styles and sizes too! x

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  3. I'm loving the 50's & boho looks. Sounds like a great event.

    www.somethinginthewayshemoves.me

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  4. looks like an incredibly fun day! Some really pretty dresses :D

    Umber x
    www.mymakeuplife.co.uk

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