Slippers in Shoreditch
Good morning beauties!
Purple slippers & a zebra shirt, my outfit for my favourite weekend activity – strolling around in the sun I also love this bright yellow bracelet – it’s so pretty and cheerful. Speaking of which, after my recent obsession with all things JeannieRichard, the lovely people there have agreed to give P&C readers a special 30% off all their items! Simply use the code PAC30 when checking out
Hope you have a great Monday!
p.s. Stay tuned for the announcement of the TruProtection giveaway winner tomorrow on the blog!
Giveaway ft. Tru Protection!
Happy Monday beautiful people!
Do you remember when I first introduced you to Tru Protection? They are a wonderful California-based company, who work with artists such as Heather Brown, Jay Alders and Jenn Shifflet to create beautiful, unique products that are environmentally friendly and support fantastic causes like the Wyland Foundation, and Kokua Hawaii Foundation. You can find out more about Tru Protection and how they got started, here.
Now Tru Protection and I are excited to bring you a giveaway – a chance to win USD$75 to spend on any of their products! Not only does Tru Protection offer great iPhone cases, but also awesome headphones, iPhone stands, protective screens, and other accessories, plus customized iPhone cases… so the winner will be able to choose what to spend their prize money on!
To enter the contest, just follow these super simple steps:
1. Like TruProtection on Facebook, and follow them on Twitter.
2. Like PhoandChips on Facebook, and follow on Twitter.
3. Leave a comment below with your contact email.
This competition is open worldwide, and closes on September 16th. Good Luck!
A trip to the theatre :)
I love the performing arts - the anticipation as you sit in the dark waiting for it all to begin, then getting completely absorbed in the story, as well as enjoying a cheeky slice of cake or ice cream at halftime of course! On Sunday we went to see ‘The Great Bruce Lee Romance, A Beijing Story’ at the Penghao Theatre, a local play written by a friend – the talented actress & playwright, Aisling Dunne. It was my first Chinese play (with English subtitles), and the cast did a great job – it was hilarious! Congrats to Aisling on a job well done