A day with Radley

Gail's Bakery

 The Ginstitute

 The Distillery

Last week I was lucky enough to be invited along for a day of total heaven with Radley London. They absolutely spoiled us rotten.

To celebrate the launch of their 'Portobello' collection, they took me, Megan & Lucia out for a beautiful artisan breakfast (there were more pastries than we could manage!) where we were greeted by our very own Portobello bag and the most beautiful bunches of flowers. Shortly after we were taken to a lesson at The Ginstutute in gin making! What a day. 

The Portobello collection is inspired by a joyful polka-dot house nestled in a row of quaint terrace houses on Portobello Road W11. Radley wanted to inject the same element of happiness and surprise into their collection this season. I chose this wonderful little clutch bag that's perfect for keeping me organised when I'm out and about! It's a great size to be used on it's own or to pop in your bag.

Gail's Bakery was nothing short of a dream breakfast...pastries galore and even some healthier options for good measure...I poked around at the fruit but my heart was in the croissants. And coffee, all the coffee. It was a beautiful set up to enjoy some Radley gossip with some wonderful girls!

The Ginstitute  is a gin lovers haven, heaven, dream, wonderland. The first part of our experience there was to be taken through the history of gin, and my God, it's got some serious life stories! It was super interesting and whilst we listened, we got to sip on some of the best gin cocktails that have ever passed my lips. The next part was all about the distilling process and what makes gin taste the way it does. Again, we learned so much about what goes into making a perfect gin, and then we even got to produce our own gin! Incredible.

I can't wait to use my Portobello travel clutch for jet setting and my general daily unorganised life! This was one of the best experiences ever. All thanks to the wonder that is Lauren Mahon, Social Media Manager at Radley and blogger at The Girl Who Stole London.

I hope you've enjoyed this little update and I couldn't recommend Radley or these incredible places more.
Thank you so much for reading.