Friday Frock O’clock

Today you will have to forgive me for going back to Whistles again after already mentioning their sale once. It’s worth a look though, as their second round of reductions yesterday saw a ton of gorgeous pieces being added to the sale and today’s frock is one of them.


Whistles Daisy Dress – £95

I love the sporty vibe of this simple shift. It happens to fit me perfectly, and the sheer top panel with neon trim give a bit of edge and up the wearability to smarter occasions. Plus, you’ve got to love a dress with pockets. 😉

Even if this style isn’t for you, if you’re a fan of Whistles, make sure you go on over and check out the new sale additions (Shhh! It’s way better than the first round!)

I’m off to Cambridge this weekend to see friends for a party… I’ve never been before so I’m looking forward to it. Is there anything I should definitely do or see (or eat?!)

Happy Weekend readers!

Love,
Rebecca
xo

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5 thoughts on “Friday Frock O’clock

  1. Punting! Eat at The Orchard restaurant (tea and cake, Rupert Brooke’s favourite haunt), drink at The Eagle pub (where DNA discussions occurred), wander the market in the centre of town, go for cocktails on the Varsity Restaurant roof (weather permitting, if not go to Trinity Vaults) and try to eat at Restaurant 22 (food almost as good as the Michelin starred Midsummer House, but about an 8th of the price…) and wander through as many of the colleges as possible. If you can, book into a King’s College service to hear the singing.

    Without wanting to disappoint you, your friends picked a bad weekend for visitors, it’s graduation week so it’ll be HEAVING everywhere and lots of colleges may be closed to visitors (plus all restaurants pretty booked up as parents treat their successful offspring)… but that does mean lots of typical Cambridge scenes with students in gowns everywhere!

    • Wow! Sadly I doubt we’ll have time for much of that but I’ll do my best. Fingers crossed for the weather.

      I had realised about the students – it’s a wedding anniversary fancy dress party so the date is none negotiable! We thought we might try and stay at Varsity but there was obviously no space. Still excited though!

  2. Liz has covered the best stuff… If you need to get away from the crowds walk down the riverside path part of the way to Grantchester. Beautiful and peaceful.

  3. I work for the Cambridge Satchel Company. We have a brand new store in Rose Crescent. Pop in and see us! We’d love to meet you. (We’re also directly opposite Whistles!)
    For things to do, I agree with Liz. The Eagle is a must for a drink, if the weather is nice you could buy food and eat in one of the parks by the river. Punting is the best way to see the river, Scudamores do the best tours. To be honest even if you just get lost down back streets, you’ll have a lovely time, Cambridge is a great city just to wander in.

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