Stylist Live 2016

I’m sure you’ve heard of Stylist Live, the annual event that runs over 4 days and is jam packed full of great things.¬†This year myself, Tami and Maz booked tickets and although we weren’t quite as organised as we could have been it was still a great day and we already know we’ll be returning next year! The event itself is packed full of talks, shows, stands and creative labs so well worth a visit, I’d recommend booking the early bird tickets early next year.




The Not On the High Street stand was so beautifully designed along with the dreamiest of table settings, including some flamingo plates that caught my eye! This stand definitely got me in the mood for Christmas, even though it is only October, It was hard not too. I’ve already had a look through some of the offerings from their Christmas section and know I’ll be ordering a few bits!

beauty stand


There were plenty of beauty brands there including Clarins, Urban Decay, Liz Earle and Caudalie all offering a range of treatments and tips. The stands were stunning and had a huge selection of products so worth checking out if you go next year!


Discovered a new luxury stationary brand Katie Leamon with some seriously dreamy stationary and lovely greeting cards!



There was plenty to get up to at Stylist Live and there were a number of talks from beauty and industry experts, bloggers and vloggers and there were plenty of topics being covered. I’d recommend booking onto these talks to make sure you don’t miss anything you really want to see!


The catwalk show was great and one I’d recommend booking a place for so you don’t miss out! We actually managed to get in without booking tickets for this, however we did have to queue for a while and waited for them to see if they had spaces, luckily they did but next year I think we’ll be booking in! the catwalk show was full of styles that you could shop straight away and they handed out information on where you could buy all of the looks shown, very handy.


Did you attend this year, what did you think?



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