As mentioned from the #fsmoments post, I got invited along to the VIP Filling Station Relaunch event for the filling station in the High Street, Edinburgh.
I went along with one of my close friends Sabba 🙂
As we were walking through the busy high street, we instantly noticed a buzz outside the Filling Station. They had PR girls with the Filling Station T-shirts/jumpers handing out leaflets for the public.
We were welcomed in by the red carpet, where we were entertained by the Edinburgh Basketball Freestyle group @bballfreestyle. The charming guys entertained me and Sabba before we even walked into the restaurant. They made us do this trick spinning a basket ball which you had to pose with (I clearly did not pose as I was laughing so much). I loved this aspect as we were having a laugh before we even went into the venue and it gathered an audience with passer byes.
We were welcomed in by the front of house staff which were extremely friendly. The evening also was to raise awareness for the Charity CHAS.
CHAS is the only charity in Scotland that provides vital hospice services for children and young people with life-shortening conditions. – See more at: http://www.chas.org.uk/about_chas#sthash.cK8QAEOu.dpuf
We were given a bag full of goodies in our bags to take away 🙂
I wanted to keep my look class and sexy, so I went with this T version of a black Midi with Strappy sandal heals.
Even though Strap sandals are so last year I have falling back in love with this Summer Spring 2014.
I absolutely love the body chain! I saw this look many years ago at a friends birthday and could not find in any shops in the high street! Last summer 2013 they made a come back but the chains were more detailed and embroidered. I came a cross this thin verson which is exactly the type of chain I’ve always wanted! (so I bought two tehehe). This look really dresses a look up! Love Love Love!!
Overall I had a good laugh at the Filling station! They had a live local band playing whilst eating our meal :). I asked Lauren the PR Assistant, how they decide who to invite. It was great to hear the Filling Station, Edinburgh High street – invited local businesses around the location to the event. This friendly business approach will promote community and growth of each other success! great to hear good work ethics!
Great bunch of people that work at the Filling Station, High street. During our meal we had Sebastian the restaurant manager ask us how our meal was and even had a chat with us. Our beautiful Waitress Emily who has been working for Filling Station for a few years now, was great! As busy as the restaurant was I never felt rushed or Emily ensured we were refreshed and even advised Sabba what to order 🙂
Keep up the great work! I will definitely be back soon 😉
Dream to Inspire ❤ ❤