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SPORTS LUXE | SWEATY BETTY

I first came across Sweaty Betty active-wear when living in London, and immediately fell in love. Not only is the design bang on trend and fashion forward, but the quality is absolutely second to none.

Followers of my Fit. Eat. Repeat. website (www.fiteatrepeat.com / @fiteatrepeat), will already know that I'm a huge supporter of empowerment through fitness, particularly for women, and Sweaty Betty is one brand that not only preaches this mission but also embodies this ethos right through to it's design.

So when I found out that Sweaty Betty are offering free shipping to Australia, until December 16th, I had my excuse to shop up big (not that I really needed one)!

Here are my favourite pieces from the latest collection.

LOOK 1

Sweat It Out Bra

Liberty Luxe Pants

Railside Luxe Jacket

LOOK 2

Ustrasana Yoga Half Zip

Shakedown Workout Short

LOOK 3

Count Crop Dance Vest

High Intensity Run Bra

Arctic Luxe Pants

Head on over to  www.sweatybetty.com to take advantage of free shipping to Australia, and pick up some amazing sweat style in time for Christmas.

Photography / Tina Kay

Shot on location at my favourite Barre/ Pilates studio, Core Candy

 

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ASOS BEHIND THE SCENES



As mentioned in my last blog post (here), my quick visit to London saw me team up with the ASOS Fashion Finder team and take up their blogger style challenge.

Here is a fun behind the scenes sneak peek at my key ASOS holiday pieces.

I had such a great time styling and shooting with the team - hope you love the video as much as I do.

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LONDON TRAVEL DIARY

















Westminster Abbey / Checking in to Citizen M Hotel / view of London Eye / Selfridges, Mary Katrantzou window / streets of Soho wearing Lucette coat & Esther dress / ASOS Fashion Finder Behind the Scenes / Shopping Oxford Circus  

Generally not more than a stop-over (and always lusting for more time), my brief visits to London are always a highlight of my travels and this week was no different.

After a quick visit in Dubai, I caught the red-eye to London, checking in to what has to be noted as one of my favourite hotels, Citizen M.

Jet-lagged and tired, I went to check in, only to realise that I had mistakenly booked my room a month earlier than my arrival - rookie mistake. Thankfully the team at Citizen M were so helpful and understanding, they were able to assist me and before I knew it I was changed an bound for my favourite shopping spot Oxford Circus. What is travel without adventure, the unknown and the unplanned.

A few hours into my visit, and early credit card damage done thanks to Selfridges, Cos, Urban Outfitters and Topshop, It was time for a bite in Soho (Vitao is my favourite vegetarian cafe in Soho - worth a visit). I always love a visit to Soho, an amazing creative/grungy vibe, unique only to London. Visits to Covent Gardens and Camden made sure that my short London visit was packed with great sights, shopping and tastes.

For those following @friendinfashion on Instagram, would have also noticed during my London visit, I was lucky enough to collaborate with ASOS and ASOS Fashion Finder, shooting some of my key holiday looks for the season. The team was amazing, as was the ASOS operation, with over 1000 staff.

Such an extraordinary experience - I can't wait to share the end results with you soon.
 
I've now landed in the Cote d'Azur, where I plan on spending as much time in the crystal blue Mediterranean as possible, as well as checking out the Festival de Cannes. My favourite time of year in the South of France.

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