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The Body Shop | Christmas Blogger Event

The Body Shop has been one of my favourite shops for many years now so when they said yes to a Blogger Event I was so thrilled! The products are amazing all year round but they bring out a couple of different scents at Christmas time which are just incredible, so a Christmas Blogger event was just perfect!

The Body Shop have only went and released their wildest campaign yet - Jungle Bells! Yes Jungle Bells, not jingle bells. I recommend you watch the video here - but be warned - You'll be singing it right until Christmas! So for every selected gift bought this Christmas, the Body Shop will help protect endangered creatures and restore 1 square metre of the Rain forest - incredible! 

Go Ape This Christmas | Adventurous Gift Guide

Looking for a more adventurous gift this Christmas? Well why don't you gift a tree top adventure and a little bit of Virtual Reality?! This Christmas if you buy gift vouchers for Go Ape then you get a free Virtual Reality headset and app (worth £6.00)

There are four different experiences to choose from for the gift vouchers and they are:

You can download the Go Ape 360 App available on the App Store and for Android and experience all of what Go Ape have to offer in the comfort of your own home! You simply slide your phone into the headset and you are transported to a Go Ape location. 

Instagram Round Up #3 | Where have I been?

Where the hell has this year gone? It seems to have gone by in a flash and what a year it has been! Right? Recently though I have been quite quiet over all social media and I haven't updated this little blog in almost a month so I thought I'd do an Instagram Round Up to speak about what I've been doing!

(top left to right)

This first picture is kind of a yearly thing now, I have four images in a collage of April in front of the tree from last year and the year before. This one makes me laugh so much because of the faces she's pulling. She's such a diva for a four year old!!

KIKO Milano Launches in Aberdeen

The Makeup gods have answered my prayers for an affordable makeup brand to open a store in Aberdeen, KIKO Milano is officially open for business in Union Square! (Whoop Whoop)

'Be what you want to be', this is how KIKO sums up their vision of beauty. It's very refreshing, instead of saying, "you should aspire to look like this" or "use this product to look like this", instead they want you to use their products in any way you want to be what you want to be - nice one KIKO!

They are an exceptionally innovative brand, investing time in their ranges, textures and they don't test on animals, always a plus!

I was invited along to preview the brand new store in Aberdeen but I missed it because I sadly had to work (was going to try and say I had a doctors appointment, but I'm sure my boss would have had something to say if I went in with a bag full of makeup) so the lovely people at Wizard Publicity, London sent me up some of KIKO's hero products to try.

This is one of the two Water Eyeshadows that I received, this is the shade 207 and its a lovely metallic bronze with flecks of gold. I love that you can use this as a normal eyeshadow or apply water to make it more rich in colour. I have actually been using this with some water to do my wing - works a treat with the 204 eye brush! I also received the shade 201 which is a lovely rose taupe.

Christmas Gift Guide featuring The Treasured | Gift Guide 2016

Ho! Ho! Hello!

It's nearing the end of November and I'm finally feeling festive! I am normally the person irritatingly jingling my bells at the sign of the last Trick or Treater in October but not so much this year, well up until some lovely parcels arrived on my doorstep. 

Today's post is a Gift Guide exclusively from The Treasured. The Treasured is an independent online shop run by the amazing Laura, which sell lots of things such as homewares, hand crafted cards to jewellery all from British designers. Along with the focus on promoting the talent of British makers and designers they also aim to provide affordable products that are less than £50 with the majority of products being less than £20 - this is a great plus for this time of year - especially when you have a large family like I do. I also think that your friends and family would much prefer something unique and with a personalised touch over the standard 'smelly' set that does the rounds every year.

Take a look at what I chose from the shop, it's a perfect selection for a special woman in your life, whether that's your sister, girlfriend, mum or even yourself! 

Merry Christmas Gold Lettered Press Card by Sarah and Maude £3.00

When it comes to Christmas cards I like to stick with a simplistic yet elegant design and this is just that! The photo doesn't show this very well but the card is actually dimpled to create a snow effect.

I bloody love this mug! You can choose from four adorable winter animals, a Cat, Pug, Fox or a Pug - each one out in the snow - so cute! You can also personalise the other side of the mug with anything you would like. I stuck with the quote that is on the website as it was perfectly festive.

'May the miracle of Christmas fill your heart with warmth and love'

She Believed she could Print by Old English Company £14.00

I have seen this quote everywhere and it's a fab little mantra. This would look great hanging in someones office (mine) just as a little reminder that if you strongly believe that you can do something, you more than likely can - great quality card too!

Origami Planes Medium Cotton Pouch by Sparrow and Wolf £17.00

This would make a great makeup bag - definitely more aesthetically pleasing that half of the ones I've had. The fabric is of great quality and the pom pom is just the cherry on the 'cake'.

So if you're looking for a fantastic present to really put a smile on someones face then take a look on The Treasured, there really is something on there for everyone. If you do and would like a cheeky 15% discount then just enter BLOGSVLOGSETC at the checkout and voila!

This post includes a gifted product but I am not blowing smoke up anywhere - these products are beautiful and I may not even give them to anyone this Christmas - I may just keep them!

Filthy Gorgeous Blogger Brunch | Foodie Review

'Oh because you're filthy, mmm and your nasty' this is the song that was going through my mind when I was on my way to a Blogger's Brunch at the new Burger Joint in town - only this isn't like your regular burger joint - this is something special, it's Filthy Gorgeous!

Filthy Gorgeous is the brain child of Darren Blackburn who lives his life commuting from Edinburgh to Glasgow to Aberdeen. He has previous experience in all walks of restaurant life, from pizza hut, to Rosette achieved restaurants. He wanted to bring the dirty burger to Aberdeen but he wanted to put his own spin on it and you really can tell this by looking at the menu, the little touches of marshmallows with fries (yes, you read that right) or the addition of cereal in with the burgers! But the interior is not that of a dive bar, it's indie, kitch and very unique with the addition of a photo booth!

I really liked the wood against the stone wall, it made it very homely. I also really liked the addition of the little games that you can play while you're diving into a monster burger - cards against humanity, it's one of my favourite card games, not for the uptight!

It's almost time for what you all want to see and read about - the food! But first, lets talk drinks. At Filthy Gorgeous you have a selection of craft beers, draught beer (pabet blue ribbon schooner a good old red neck beer). Batch cocktails which are pre-mixed but shaken upon order, shots (because who doesn't like the sound of their 'coco the pineapple whisperer' - grilled pineapple with coconut tequila) a decent wine list and ding ding ding - my winner, the Milkshakes! 

There are four milkshakes to choose from:

Blueberry Bluffin' - blueberry jam, ice cream and blueberries
Moopocalypse - Chocolate fudge, milk, chocolate ice cream, topped with crumbled brownies
Bacon my maple - candied bacon, maple syrup, milk, vanilla ice cream
Strawberry street walker - Strawberries, milk, strawberry ice cream, candy sprinkles

... of course I went for the Moopocalypse and just look at it (insert drool emoji face).

Now for the food. They have a vast range of burgers which even the description of them, make my mouth water! Let me tell you a few of my favourites then I'll tell you all about what I had. (bt-dubs, there's a reason there's kitchen roll on the tables instead of napkins - jus' sayin').

Beer Belly - beer cheese sauce, maple glazed pork belly, pickled onion monster munch, gorgeous sauce & a sparklers (yes a sparkler).
Tupork Shakur - bacon, swiss cheese, baconaisse sprinkled with frazzles.
Cheat Day - double filthy burger, filthy fried chicken, gorgeous sauce, bacon shrapnel, pretzels, franks buffalo sauce.

Hungry yet? I chose the 'dirty south' which is buttermilk fried chicken, chipotle mayo, honey nut cherries and BBQ sauce. OH MY GOODNESS - this was incredible. The chicken was some of the best chicken I've ever had, that topped with the chipotle (which does have a bit of a kick) and the honey nut cheerios - incredible! Hats off to the person who chose that combo!

Obviously I couldn't just have a burger, especially when they have fries served with marshmallow and bacon shrapnel! This is a very strange sounding combination, but here they are! It was sweet potato fries served with the sugary goodness but as I'm not a fan of sweet potato I just put some on my regular fries and it was a sugar and crisp meaty fusion - Incredible. I need to recreate this in my house - stat!

Here's some more shots of the fries along with fellow blogger Hannah's (granite city girl) choice, 'I dream of weenie'. Wait for this, frostie (yes as in the breakfast cereal) crusted Chicago style smoked beef frank, cheese fondue with maple onions! It looked so great and Hannah had no complaints!

Now you're probably thinking 'Sarah, surely after all of that you must not have any room for desert' Err Wrong! They just have too many great options, it would of been rude not to give one of them a try. One stood right out to me but it was a close call between what I had and the Bacon Glazed donuts, served with cinnamon ice cream sprinkled with lucky charms! But I went for the Dead Unicorn Sundae! (ready for the run down?!)

Dead Unicorn Sundae - Jack and chocolate ice cream, a scoop of bitter cherry sorbet, Parisian fairy floss, marshmallows, banana, magic sprinkles and a sugar cone.

Voila! This was truly incredible. A cone filled with fairy floss surrounded by cream, marshmallows and sprinkles. A whole banana hidden underneath, then a tasty scoop of cherry sorbet and then a hit of jack and chocolate - this was the best ending to what was an epic brunch!

I cannot wait to go back and I will be, because I have one jealous fiancé. Thank you so much to Darren for inviting me along and for telling us the story behind Filthy Gorgeous, also to the very attentive staff - you have something really special on your hands!

You can find Filthy Gorgeous at Netherkirkgate, Aberdeen

Instagram Round Up!

Hello Again,

It has been sort of quiet on the blog for a while so I thought I'd let you know what I've been up to over the past few weeks. They sure have been jam packed!

left to right, top to bottom

1. Leaves - check! Autumnal colours - check! Just your basic photo of Autumn
2. My little girl turned 4. I can't believe it, we spent a few days having family round at the house and this one ate cake, played with her toys and laughed.
3. Sam and I went on a photoshoot for a blog post but it was an absolute dud - bar this photo. It's so natural and he looks like he's literally away to tell me to bugger off. Possibly my favourite photo of us.
4. The past few weeks have been filled with cheesy goodness and cocktails galore. This one was taken when I went to Revolution with a huge group of bloggers to try their new pizza menu - it was a good day!
5. #ABERSCREAM. I had the delight in co hosting the very first abzchat event and it went down a treat! So many fantastic bloggers came to support us - roll on the next event!
6. What a Tart! I did a little bit of baking over the past few weeks and this lemon tart was hands down the best thing I made. I think I may make it again this weekend ...
7. My toot all wrapped up at Dunnotter Castle. She loved being so close to the castle, it made her feel like a princess. 
8. Make that champagne POP! Myself and Julia went to the Fairmont in St. Andrews to experience their new Savoy London Afternoon Tea and oh it was decadent. We so want to go back!
9. Again, myself and Julia spent a few days in Fife for the 48hour Feast of Fife conference. Just like it's name we sampled some of what Fife had to offer and boy do they have a lot to offer. It was a great chance to get to meet some great foodie bloggers from around Scotland and even Ireland.

Let me know what you've been up to and if you've done a round up post leave your links down below as I'd love to read them!

Aberdeen Blogger's Halloween Event, #Aberscream | #abzchat

Happy Halloween!!

Myself and three other Aberdeen bloggers (team #abzchat) threw our very first social last week and I have to say I think we did good! It was a pre-Halloween party, #aberscream. This is the very first event that I have helped organise and yes it was stressful at times, but in the end (and a few desperate messages to Julia) everything came together and I personally couldn't be happy with how it turned out on the night.

It was held in a local bar in Aberdeen called Bos'n and it was the best venue to have it in as the decor was already what we were wanting, there was sugar skulls on the walls, lanterns hanging across the rooms etc so decorations wise, there wasn't much to do other than spread some cobwebs about. Our night happened to land on National Calvados week so Père Magloire Calvados were our fantastic drinks sponsor for the whole night showcasing their Apple Brandy. The Bos'n team created three cocktails around the apple brandy for us to chose from and they were all a knock out:

A'wight Treacle; with toffee sauce and pressed apple
The Wild Ones; elderflower cordial and lime
Bad Blood; fresh lemon, egg white, red wine and bitters

I tried all of the cocktails and The Wild Ones was favourable to myself and many other but as I was frantically trying to make sure everyone else was sorted and happy, I stuck to soft drinks.

Food wise we had some terrifyingly delicious canapés from Rye and Soda which can be found below Bos'n. The canapés were a choice of Macaroni Cheese bites with a tomato sauce, gorgeous Black Pudding scotch eggs (they were incredible) and some fish tacos and chicken tacos.

For those with a sweet tooth (me me me) there was plenty of choices from cauldrons filled to the brim of sweets, ghoulish popcorn bags, marshmallow vamps and Halloween cupcakes. We also had Mr. Ghost, a cake that we bought and branded with our hashtag for the night. The best thing for me though, sugar wise, were the tasty Halloween edition Krispy Kreme Donuts! I am such a fan of krispy kreme donuts anyway but with a creepy face added I'm hooked. They kindly gifted us two of their reward cards so we could get 24 decedent donuts - thank you so much - they went down a treat!

Over the course of the night there was a few different things for the bloggers to get stuck into (including apple bobbing but I'm not sure anyone bobbed, I was scared I'd lose some of my latex wrinkles) but one thing that seemed to go down really well was the 'Selfie Station'. We made the backdrop, set up the camera, laid out the props and let everyone take it from there. I had the great job of going through all the images and uploading them - safe to say I had a right good laugh while doing so. Take a look at some of our bloggers on the night - I must say 10 out of 10 to everyone who dressed up, you all made such an amazing effort!

Karen did a cemetery themed Raffle, where everyone on arrival got to choose their tombstone and see if they were lucky enough to win a prize, I sadly did not but I won a good time, right?? There were some fab prizes up for grabs such as a meal for two at Thaihkun, make-up session by the gorgeous Hannah Adams, a cozy hat from Hamish Munro, mini pamper sessions from The Body Shop and so much more.

There was also a Costume Competition where everyone could vote for their 1st place, 2nd place and 3rd place and it was so difficult to choose as the bar was set high but the votes were counted (and verified, I feel like Davina) and in 3rd Place was the gorgeous Georgie as Freida, 2nd Place was the dreadfully dead Iga as the Corpse Bride and in 1st Place was yours truly as a crazy-old-cat Lady! 2nd and 3rd place walked away with a mini pamper session from The Body Shop and I won a Styling Session from HJC Styling along with a mini pamper session also. Thanks to everyone who took part - you all looked great!

Before the night came to a close everyone got handed their Goodie Bag! Let's take a look and see what was inside:

A4 and A5 Print from Graphic Designer Laura Campbell
The Body Shop lip glosses, samples and Colouring Book
Taylor Sleep Pillow case from ChattyPillow
Halloween Oreo Rocky Road slices from Cake Addict Kintore
Chocolate Bar from Love Cocoa
Products from Lush Aberdeen
Lipgloss from Western and Granite
Vanilla and Choc Chip Marshamallows from Marshmology

I really hope everyone liked what was in their Goodie Bags - here's a few bloggers who do!

There was so much that went into this event and I'm exceptionally grateful to everyone who took part, contributed and attended - especially to Bos'n, 10 Dollar Shake. Thank you all so much, here's to the next one! 

I don't know what to call this post ...

This has been a difficult one to post - it has been in my drafts for quite a long time. But here goes nothing.

As it is Baby Loss Awareness week this got me thinking about some things that I have compartmentalised right in the back of my head and here I am sharing them for the world to see but it's something that I personally don't really talk about and most of my family don't even have a clue, but across the board not a lot of people speak about it. It's something people struggle with on a day to day basis and we need to bring awareness to it and remind people that they are not alone.

 As I'm sure sure you're all aware I have a little girl called April, she is away to turn four and she's is perfectly healthy and happy. But before I had April and since having April I have had complications. I'm only going to speak about after April because previous is in the past. I had a very traumatic time with April's birth, long long story short is I didn't know I was pregnant until I was in physical labour! No word of a lie - it took everyone by surprise and four years on I'm still trying to figure it out. But anyway after about 11 hours of difficulty the doctors finally decided to take me through to theatre for an Emergency Cesarean which was traumatic enough.

So after that and me and Sam tried to change our lives (a twenty year old girl and a twenty two year old boy) completely to revolve around this little thing that had very powerful vocal chords. But even almost four years on it's still difficult but I'm proud to say that we got our shit together and we have done a bloody amazing job (pats on the back all round). But since then we have always thought of adding to our family, I have always wanted two or three kids and Sam basically wants a football team but sometimes things just don't turn out the way you want. The past few years have been a roller coaster of emotions and problems fertility wise. There has been a lot of tears cried in the bathroom huddled around pregnancy tests - clearblue have made a damn fortune from us! There have been times where a faint little second line appeared and we got all excited - literally jumping around and crying tears of happiness, planning when to tell our families and what names we like but those times ended after a few days or even a couple of weeks where I started to bleed excessively. Not going to go into details of that but trust me, you know when something passes other than the norm period. Each time this has happened I try and keep a brave face, smile to Sam and say, "we'll just keep trying" but to be completely honest, it kills me inside. I beat myself up, I feel broken, empty, like a complete failure of a woman. I mean the 'caveman' thought is women are here to have babies and I can't even do that! I hated walking down the street and seeing a pregnant woman, I was jealous of them - that's a horrible thing to say but I craved what they had. It sucks but over time I have stopped beating myself up so much also Sam has been a massive support and I know it effects him hard too but we keep going on, it's not like we can just stop and give up on life. Plus April keeps us going especially at about 6 o'clock in the morning, we're very proud parents.

I have been told this could be down to my thyroid which is very under active, my iron levels as I'm very anaemic or just the fact that my body went through so much having April that it's just shocked it so it's not working as it should. But I won't give up and I'm not going to lie, if my period is a day late of course all of those thoughts are going to rush round my head of little fingers and toes but if it does turn out that it's just April that we have then we've both said that perfectly fine, of course it is. She every bit of us and we can happily be the three amigos! 

I just wanted to write this and let anyone out there who has went though this know that you're not broken, you're not a failure of a woman. These thing just happen sometimes, sometimes there's nothing we can do but keep going.

Oh What a Tart! | Lemon Tart Recipe

Hello Again,

Just like everyone and their dog, I love Autumn and one thing I really enjoy doing when its cold and rainy outside (other than wrap myself up in a blanket like a taco and have a nap) is Baking!! 

Now my blogger friend Ebony from Little Things by Ebony was running a great giveaway over on her Twitter to win Tanya Burr's new book, Tanya Bakes so I thought, 'yeah I'll give that a bash' and to my surprise I won! Thanks Ebony!

Now I have a major sweet tooth (pretty sure all of my teeth are sweet teeth) and I am a HUGE fan of anything Lemon so it made sense to make this delicious Lemon Tart and what a tart it is!

To make this fabulous tart you will need:

First you need to make your pastry! Put the flour, butter and sugar in a bowl/mixer and whizz until combined. Add the egg and 3 tablespoons of cold water and whizz again to form a dough!

Roll out the pastry onto a floured surface to a thickness of about 3-4mm and put in the tart tin. Press gently into each crevice and leave the excess hanging over the edge. Chill in the fridge for about 30 minutes. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius or 350 degree Fahrenheit, then line the pastry with greaseproof paper before filling with baking beans! Bake for about 10 minutes before removing the beans, pricking the base with a fork and baking for another 10 minutes until the pastry is lovely and golden and completely dry. Using a serrated knife, cut off the excess pastry to leave a neat edge. Set the tart case to one side.

Turn your oven down to 160 degrees Celsius/320 degrees Fahrenheit as it's now time to make your filling! Put all of the ingredients into a bowl and whisk until smooth. Pour into the pastry case and tap the case gently to try and remove all air bubbles (no matter how many times I tap the case I never remove all of the air bubbles but it still tastes the same so don't worry). Bake for 30 minutes, or until just set with a slight wobble.

Leave it to cool completely, remove it from the tin and dust with Icing Sugar when ready to serve!

This is such an easy recipe to follow and all of the times I've made this tart (about four or five times now) it's never failed so that's a plus! 

Thanks for reading and let me know if you make this scrumptious tart or if you have made anything else from Tanya Bakes!

My Three Places in Aberdeen for Pizza

Did someone say Pizza?? Well Aberdeen is full of the cheesy goodness right now! Pizza is a great option for an affordable date night, family meal or a laughter filled catch up with friends. 
Whether you like it crispy, deep pan or just good old original then take a look at my Three Places for Pizza in the Granite City!

I bloomin' love Revolution, when I was younger and you didn't know where I was then you could probably find me in there having a few shots in their beer garden. These days I like going there for food with family and friends as the food is mega good! As of today they have launched a new Pizza menu with six fabulous choices. My favourite is the Hot Italian - full of flavour and hits the spot with the heat - ooh!

Cured ham, feta, kalamata olives, fresh smoked mozzarella, balsamic onions rocket and olive oil.

Lamb Baba Ganoush
Ground lamb, baba gnash, rose harissa, fresh mozzarella, feta, creme fraiche, coriander and pomegranate.

The Beet Goes On (V)
Artichoke puree, goat's cheese, beetroot, fresh mozzarella, cherry tomatoes, roasted peppers, basil and Parmesan.

Asian Satay Chicken Pizza
Pulled chicken, homemade satay sauce, peppers, mozzarella, cucumber, spring onions, coriander and lime.

The Hot Italian Pizza
Pepperoni, cured ham, roquito peppers, garlic mushrooms, tomato sauce, fresh mozzarella and rocket.

Tomato sauce, fresh mozzarella and basil.

Slice 'n' Easy is a new pizza joint on the block and I love it! Sam and I went here the other day for date night and he described it 'as being at your mates house'. I couldn't agree more, it's so relaxed, the staff are not in your face, the decor is chilled and the pizza's are damn good! A selection of their vast menu is below:
Margherita - homemade pizza sauce and mozzarella
Pepperoni, chilli beef and jalapeno peppers
Buddy Holly
Chilli Con Carne, crème fraiche, topped with fresh coriander
Salsa Verde, pesto, topped with an egg

Serrano Ham and fresh pineapple
Chicken, Parmesan, pine nuts, topped with fresh rocket

The Boss
Mac n Cheese, topped with crispy bacon

Back Wynd has been home to Nick Nairn's cookery school for a few years now but this Autumn saw the opening of his new Pizza and Wine Bar. Still located in the cook school, he has opened up an intimate restaurant where you can relax over a glass (or bottle) of wine, chat with friends and have one of the great pizzas on offer. 
Pop in to see what's on the Menu.

What's your favourite spot in Aberdeen for Pizza? Any of mine?

Finding the Perfect Glasses ... with

Ever struggled to find a pair of glasses that you absolutely love? I sure have! It's a huge commitment buying a pair especially when the high street options charge a small fortune. If this is ringing a bell then don't worry, I have a solution for you -

Sam and I both wear glasses, Sam from the minute he wakes up till the minute he goes to bed and myself when I am working away at my computer or binge watching the latest TV series on Netflix (come on, we've all been there). So when we decided to look for glasses we turned to the Internet in hope to find great quality glasses at affordable prices but we didn't find that, we found something better! Stylish frames of a premium quality at exceptionally good prices. As cheesy as that sounds, it's actually true!

Perfect Glasses stock prescription glasses for both men and women and even prescription sunglasses if you need them. They have some of the world's best brands such as Police, Jimmy Choo, Gucci, Boss Orange and even more! Wait for the best bit because here it comes - you can get a great pair of prescription glasses from as little as £9 - yes £9!

Once we found a pair each that we loved we used their 'Try On' service, we simply uploaded a photo of our faces and the glasses were there so we could see how they would look and fit - this was super handy. So for women they have thousands of styles to choose from whether you're looking for geek, retro, over-sized, full rimmed, semi-rimmed, classic or rimless, they have something for every fashionista! For the gents they stock over 3000 of the latest designs which are sure to give you a smart, confident and suave look. You will definitely find a pair of frames that will make you look sophisticated, urban and debonair. So when you order your glasses you get:

free prescription lenses
free scratch resistant lenses
order status updates throughout

They really do have great Customer service as Sam has quite a difficult prescription but they had no bother at all. Once the orders had been placed it literally only took a few days and the glasses arrived - just like that.

"I really like an unusual pattern on glasses so when I saw this Carrera pair with an almost marble pattern, I knew they were the one for me. I used the 'Try On' service and loved that I could see how they would look on me and fit my face. After arriving just a few days after placing our order I was not disappointed. I hate heavy frames as I feel they really weigh down on your face but with this pair - I couldn't really feel them on.  I have also had so many compliments, I'm really happy, 10/10 from me!"

"I went for a Grey, Boss Orange pair and I chose these glasses because all my previous pairs have been a conventional rectangle frame and I liked the design on the legs - it really grabbed my attention. The 'Try On' service was really good, I spent hours trying on different pairs. They arrived just a couple of days after we ordered them which was so speedy. I was very impressed with how lightweight they were, such a change from my usual bulky frames. I would recommend this service for people who are looking for that stand out pair of glasses that you don't usually find in your local opticians. have a vast array of glasses - there really is something for everyone and the prices cannot be beaten."

If you are needing a new pair of fashionable glasses and don't want the hassle of going into your high street optician and paying their prices then have a look on and you're sure to find a few dozen pairs that you'll love!!
Disclaimer: This is a collaboration with perfect glasses where I was gifted both pairs. All opinions are honest and our own - the service is truly first class.