As a blogger, different offers and opportunities will occasionally land in my inbox- usually during the day when I'm hurrying between appointments. Being honest, I decline most event invitations (when I'm lucky enough to receive them) because they're usually in London, with short notice or aren't relevant to the fashion and lifestyle ethos of Polkadot Pink. So when I received an event invitation to visit Mottram Hall, a luxury spa hotel, I was pleased to discover it was located close by and had an action packed itinerary which, of course, included fashion.
As I write this post, I'm taking refuge from the rain which is hammering against my window against a thundery soundtrack. It seems there's no better time to write this post, not only because it will let me reminisce about brighter days in Berlin (predictable), but because I've been meaning to talk about thrift, making sustainable fashion choices and my current feelings towards buying second hand clothing for some time.
Packing for a city break in Berlin never gets any easier. First of all, there's the climate to consider: temperamental, humid and prone to sudden downpours. Secondly, when the citizens of the city of cool take to wearing h2t black as their armor, what's a colour loving girl to wear? And, that's not forgetting the predominant issue here, can a capsule wardrobe for Berlin truly fit into 10kg of carry on luggage?
First blossom, now rapeseed; are you tired of these spring cliches yet? I'm sure many spring seasons have passed that have been equally as scenic and picturesque, but I've yet to recall them. Suddenly the fields in our local area are awash with colour and colourful wildflowers are sprouting. It seems April showers really do bring May flowers.