Monday Musings: 3 August 2015

From must-reads to must-buys, here is our list of everything you need to do, wear and see now.






Cilla Black

The sad news of Cilla Black’s passing yesterday has left us reminiscing her wonderful sixties wardrobe. We’ll definitely be channelling Cilla’s style this upcoming autumn/winter to pay tribute to the talented personality. Rest in peace Cilla.  









Guy Ritchie and Jacqui Ainsley’s Wedding

We’re still swooning over the seriously star studded event that was the marriage of Guy Ritchie and Jacqui Ainsley last week. Opting for a festival inspired theme they embraced the summer wedding setting at their delightful country home in Wiltshire. Aside from the stunning bride, we couldn’t take our eyes off the bridesmaids who were each dressed in various soft pastel shades, fitting the boho theme perfectly. Get Jacqui’s mix and match bridesmaid look or find more wedding inspiration here.








The Great British Menu

Returning to our screens on BBC 2 tonight, this time the chefs are fighting it out for the chance to serve for a banquet at London’s historic Drapers Hall in celebration of 100 years of the Women’s Institute. Best of luck to this year’s batch of chefs as the steaks will be high cooking to impress these ladies as the original creators of first class home cooking. Master the ktichen yourself by shopping cookware here.









Baila Brazil

Why not turn up the heat a little hotter this summer with a show-stopping performance by Baila Brazil. The show includes dance and percussion from Brazil to give the audience a taste of the passion and culture from the country. Guaranteed to get you into the carnival spirit, it’s not one to be missed.









Film4 Summer Screen at Somerset House

If you’re a cinema and film fan, this one’s for you. Head to Somerset House this week as from the 6 August the open air summer screenings of nearly every genre of film, plus new premieres, is back for two weeks. Indulge in the beautiful surroundings of Somerset House; put your feet up to watch London’s largest outdoor screen and get ready to jump at the full surround sound – don’t forget the popcorn!









Wilderness Festival 

We are officially into festival season and welcoming us into the August month is the family friendly Wilderness festival in Oxfordshire running from 6 – 9 August. This unique festival comprises of: music, food & drink, talks & debates, theatre & arts, workshops, outdoor activities, wellbeing and children’s entertainment. Winning ‘Best New Festival’ and ‘Best Festival Activity Award’ from the UK Festival Awards it’s time to pack for a weekend of camping and fun you won’t forget. Shop the festival edit and guide here.




(Images courtesy of ebay, instagram/@jacquiainsley, the guardian, au.timeout, blog.film4, wildernessfestival)

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