Boohoo #PartyAfterParty Christmas Blogger Event

Thursday, 22 December 2016


I was super-lucky to be invited to the Boohoo Christmas blogger event last month, hosted at the marvellous W hotel in London! The gorgeous team at Boohoo also kindly gifted me a piece to wear for the occasion and what better way to kick off the Christmas party than with some sass and glam - all thanks to this beaut of a dress inspired by the California-cool Jordyn Woods collection




As soon as I saw it on the website I knew that it was literally the perfect dress for the occasion. It has a wonderful array of complimentary colours that really made me feel uniquely glamorous - a real show-stopper of a dress that proclaims a classy BAM! For the actual event I wore some knee-high, heeled booties; thus deciding against heels and keeping it somewhat blogger-chic. The event was so fab! I finally got to meet a few blogger babes IRL which made my night and even got my boyfriend to strut his stuff on the Just Dance station with one side of his face full of glitter - courtesy of the Glitter-station on deck of course. I mean the copious amounts of prosecco we had during the day and cocktails at the event did spruce him up for it, but I knew deep inside he wanted to release his inner Sasha Fierce





Dress - Boohoo* | Bag - Forever21 Shoes - Zara

As inspo for NYE I would 100% suggest to go for a a classic black heel and minimal bag to let the outfit do all the talking. I mean it doesn't really need much as it's literally beams sparkle and sass!

All in all I had the best time and it was just so lovely to meet some babes from Boohoo HQ who were just as lovely as they are in their emails :)


Have you thought of your NYE outfit yet?

Love, Pingkan x

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