Off The Record: Win Tickets To The Clothes Show Live 2013 – Ends Midnight Tonight!

Happy Sunday everybody! Here is hoping all our wonderful American friends all enjoyed their thanksgiving Turkey and there are lots of full bellies out there. We actually celebrated our Thanksgiving a week earlier so we have had a bit longer to recover, it was so nice to relax a little.

As a little thanksgiving treat we would like to offer one lucky reader and their ‘plus one’ the chance to attend the year’s most prestigious fashion event, absolutely free! This year the Clothes Show Live 2013 will be marking its 25th anniversary with over 500 leading fashion and beauty brands, non-stop catwalk shows, gorgeous celebrities, tempting bars, and inspirational fashion demonstrations will all be spread over five exciting days. What more could a girl wish for? It’s the ultimate day out!

To be in with a chance of winning the these fabulous tickets leave a comment below telling us why you would like to win the tickets. If you are picked you will receive a FREE pair of tickets. Tickets are only valid for the Sunday and are  limited to one pair per winner. The competition will end at midnight tonight, so what are you waiting for?

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Bitching In The Business? Hell No…

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Photos by Matt Somerville Photography

Why is it, that as females we’re often categorised as being ‘bitchy’? All too many times I have been in a group of people where one girl will say something along the lines of ‘did you see how bad her outfit was’ or ‘I’ve never met her but I hear she’s really stuck up’ or ‘she loves herself way too much’

SERIOUSLY ‘She loves herself too much’ what in the hell kind of statement is that and why is it considered a negative. If you don’t love yourself how you can you ever expect to give your full self to somebody or completely enjoy life to the full? I agree there’s a difference between gloating about how wonderful you are all the time and generally being proud of yourself and happy with who you are but generally loving yourself is a wonderful achievement!

I’m not saying we’re all guilty of this at all, I know plenty of men and women who wouldn’t say a bad word about anyone! But equally, I’ve been in situations within the wedding industry where I can hear women and men for that matter, slagging off other businesses or people in the same line of work as them and it looks so unprofessional! This got me thinking, what was the need to say any of  that about someone else? Does it actually make us feel better putting other people down? Do we generally believe that just because somebody looks nice or has nice things it doesn’t mean that we can’t have them too? And are we so jealous of each other that we only feel better if they fail? Because that is just ridiculous! You don’t become a better person by putting others down.

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