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I'm guessing you may fall into one of two camps. One being you hate Halloween because you hate dressing up. It's not your vibe. It's a big no-no and you'd way rather look more stylish than spooky on a night out. OR, camp two, where you absolutely love dressing up for Halloween but totally hate that it means you can only pick one freaky outfit every freakin year. If you're one of either of these, well, I've got just the trick (or treat? - sorry, could not resist) for you. It's all solvable with one simple Halloween dressing hack. How can one thing satisfy both polar opposite camps, you shriek with all your ghoulish glory? Well, it's all about subtle spooky style. Yes, a mere hinting at Halloween outfitting will tick the boxes for both Halloween loathers and lovers alike.

So if you loathe dressing up, but don't want to be a kill joy, try out one of these low-key looks. And if you LOVE dressing up, and want a way to work some spooky styling into your everyday looks around Halloween, then check out these two looks I created with New Look.

Outfit One






A spooky skeleton T-shirt is a super chilled way to incorporate Halloween vibes without feeling too OTT. No fake blood stains and failed YouTube gory makeup tutorials here! If you don't want to sacrifice any style, amp it up with an achingly glamorous faux fur coat and some glitzy embellished ankle boots, and go hard with the eyeliner and red lipstick. Alternatively, dress it down with jeans and trainers for an everyday vibe, or throw it on with some cosy socks if you're on door duty for trick-or-treaters. At least it seems like you tried!








Cats - so this look is way more glamour puss than your bad luck-ridden black moggy, but that's what we want right? I grabbed a simple laid-back tee and paired it with a pair of faux leather trousers and another glam faux fur coat. The addition of these cute cat ears elevate it to Halloween status. There's a reason why the cat is such a popular Halloween choice - it really is that simple.


Outfit Two
Jacket - not online























Still not spooky enough? New Look has got you - it's fine. Team a black bodycon dress with these skeleton or spider earrings for a slinky Morticia Addams kind of vibe.



This post was sponsored by New Look

How To Do Halloween Stylishly







I'm guessing you may fall into one of two camps. One being you hate Halloween because you hate dressing up. It's not your vibe. It's a big no-no and you'd way rather look more stylish than spooky on a night out. OR, camp two, where you absolutely love dressing up for Halloween but totally hate that it means you can only pick one freaky outfit every freakin year. If you're one of either of these, well, I've got just the trick (or treat? - sorry, could not resist) for you. It's all solvable with one simple Halloween dressing hack. How can one thing satisfy both polar opposite camps, you shriek with all your ghoulish glory? Well, it's all about subtle spooky style. Yes, a mere hinting at Halloween outfitting will tick the boxes for both Halloween loathers and lovers alike.

So if you loathe dressing up, but don't want to be a kill joy, try out one of these low-key looks. And if you LOVE dressing up, and want a way to work some spooky styling into your everyday looks around Halloween, then check out these two looks I created with New Look.

Outfit One






A spooky skeleton T-shirt is a super chilled way to incorporate Halloween vibes without feeling too OTT. No fake blood stains and failed YouTube gory makeup tutorials here! If you don't want to sacrifice any style, amp it up with an achingly glamorous faux fur coat and some glitzy embellished ankle boots, and go hard with the eyeliner and red lipstick. Alternatively, dress it down with jeans and trainers for an everyday vibe, or throw it on with some cosy socks if you're on door duty for trick-or-treaters. At least it seems like you tried!








Cats - so this look is way more glamour puss than your bad luck-ridden black moggy, but that's what we want right? I grabbed a simple laid-back tee and paired it with a pair of faux leather trousers and another glam faux fur coat. The addition of these cute cat ears elevate it to Halloween status. There's a reason why the cat is such a popular Halloween choice - it really is that simple.


Outfit Two
Jacket - not online























Still not spooky enough? New Look has got you - it's fine. Team a black bodycon dress with these skeleton or spider earrings for a slinky Morticia Addams kind of vibe.



This post was sponsored by New Look





I joke a lot about balance. How I won’t eat all day because I’m too busy, then come home and devour a packet of grated mature cheddar – BALANCE! How I’ll go to the gym for a huge session, then end up topping it off with an equally huge session in the bar with my friends – BALANCE! So to a degree, I feel like I'm totally nailing this balance thing. But the one thing I’m finding insanely hard to balance is work/ life as an influencer – and I use that term reluctantly, because although technically that’s what I am, as it’s a multi-platform, all-encompassing term which definitely applies to what I do – there’s something about it that I feel undermines exactly the hard work that goes into it all. Which leads me neatly on to this very topic – the hard work that goes into ‘influencing’. Ugh that sounds so creepy when you use it as a verb - like, let me brainwash you! Join my cult! When your life is technically your work, it can be a very very difficult issue to navigate and create a separation.

This multi-platform thing is challenging. This very blog was the start of everything for me, and it’s developed into an Instagram profile, complete with Instagram stories (which is basically a whole additional platform in itself these days) and YouTube – where I post weekly videos. I was texting Chloe last week about managing it all, saying how as soon as I channel a little more energy into one social platform, the others fall behind. And she put it quite perfectly “it feels like you’ve got five helium balloons and every time you pull one to stop it flying away another floats up” – and it’s true. If my life was a photograph right now it would be me holding up four oh-so-instagrammable foil helium alphabet balloons that spell out H-E-L-P.


Expectations vs Reality of life as a blogger

Obviously we only put out online the best bits of our lives – I know I know I’ve written time and time again about social media only being edited highlights and realness vs fakeness in the blogging world. It’s a little bit dumb, and we’re our own worse enemies really, because we put out this glossy perfected image – or at least a nice balance of relatable and aspirational – of what life is like as a blogger or full-time influencer, rather than the less-than-perfect truth about all of the boring, dull, exhausting aspects of the career. Then, we get pissed off that people don’t understand us and think our life is simply a glamorous doss, rather than seeing the hard work behind it all - but it’s our own doing, as we never share the brutal yet boring truth behind the filter.

But then, if we shared these things, our audiences wouldn’t really care for it. They don’t want to see the 20 minutes spent choosing a photo to post on Instagram, or the hours editing a haul video (and the epic tidy-up that comes after filming the try-on part - oh god it's AWFUL) or the changing your outfit in a public toilet/ coffee shop loo when out shooting content – or at least, not as frequently as it actually happens IRL. The occasional snapshot of blogging in your pj’s with no makeup on? #relatable! Show that you do it every day? Totally unglamorous. Unfollow.





What an average week looks like for me 
People always ask what an average day or week looks like for me, but here’s an example of the capacity I’m running at right now.

Day 1. 6:30am Edit sponsored video project, 9am doctors appointment,12:30 afternoon coffee with PR agency, 3pm PT session, home at 5pm, edit additional video freelance projects until 10pm.

Day 2. Wake at 6:30am. Schedule Instagram post. 9:30am Hair appointment (2.5 hours travel to get there and back from it), 1pm 30 mins gym, 3pm go to film a freelance video project, 5pm edit freelance video work until 8pm (work still isn’t done yet) when I crash out and fall asleep bc I’m so tired.

Day 3. 6:30am – invoices sent off, calendar updated, other admin completed. 8am – organize for filming YT video. 9am get distracted/inspired to write a blog post. 11am film YT video. 1pm meet Gemma to shoot content for Instagram. 4/5pm get home & die a little bit. 6pm edit YT video and do all additional info + linking + thumbnail photo creation. 9pm edit photographs for Instagram + send any #ads for sign off with brands. 10pm free time!

And repeat x 4 more and you basically have my week covered.

Any meetings or events you have in the day cut into your creative time that would usually be spent at your desk. So those 3 hours out of your office in the day mean an extra 3 hours at your desk completing the tasks you should have been completing earlier tasks. So when people ask what I do with my time, well, it's that!


Is Success Addictive?

When a channel or all of your socials are going so well, the problem is, you really don’t want to take the foot off the pedal because you’re enjoying the success and growth and everything it brings with it (ok, bar the stress). You tell yourself that when you hit a certain goal post, you’ll relax a little bit, but when you hit it, it inspires you to work harder because you know exactly what you can achieve when you put so much into it. If anything, it becomes harder to take your foot off the pedal, and you find yourself putting the pedal to the floor instead - coincidentally driving yourself at lightning speed to Burnoutsville.

Self-Employed Culture

Taking on too much work is a problem too. I feel damn well #blessed for every opportunity I get, but I need to learn to be more selective. But part of the self-employed culture is that you don’t know if or when you’re going to have a bad month, so it’s very hard to ever say no to work. Plus, blogging hasn't been around for long, so it's a career where the longevity is somewhat uncertain, so you definitely feel the need to work and bank the coins whilst you can, just in case.






Holidays don't really exist

A holiday is never just a holiday when you're a blogger/ influencer, because it’s always a chance to capture content you wouldn’t get elsewhere and share your stories. Even if you tell yourself to shut off and enjoy it, you find yourself stressing and feeling guilty that you’re missing great photographic opportunities. What was totally liberating however, was turning my Out Of Office on whilst on my 2 week trip to Cambodia, so anyone chasing me up on things would know I wouldn’t always be able to reply within 24 hours.

But in a normal 9-5, when you go on holiday, you put your OOO on and you set someone else as your contact. You literally offload your responsibility onto Sharon, or something. I still had to deal with PR’s chasing me relentlessly when I was travelling between cities, taking journeys on sleeper buses, and going 24 hours or more without wifi or phone signal. I wanted to clap back and say I AM ON HOLIDAY GIVE ME THE BREAK I’M SO DESPERATELY TRYING TO HAVE! But you have to maintain professional, so breakdowns via email are probs not your best bet if you want to keep your jobs,

What's a sick day?


In a normal 9-5, when you’re sick, you call up and take the day off. Your emails don’t get answered and when people come looking for you your team mates just say “oh she’s not in today she’s sick”. Oh, and you still get paid, in most jobs. But as an influencer, if you have a job on and you’re sick and can’t do it – you don’t get paid. You still have people sending several emails demanding things from you that you end up feeling more exhausted and run down.

Relationships? 
For my YouTube Q&A, someone asked if it’s hard to start or maintain relationships in this profession and yes, it is. It takes someone more chill and understanding than Jesus to *get* what being a blogger/influencer really takes as a career. Or even as a side hustle/ hobby. If you settled down in the early days of your blogging career with a guy, and he’s stuck by you, that’s great because he’ll totally get it. My ex sure didn’t. In the end, he said he hated watching my Instagram stories because I’d be all happy and full of energy, then he’d see the ‘real life Sophie’ who’d be all stressed and exhausted. In the end he said couldn’t ‘deal with’ my career for a whole host of reasons - but that’s another story. When someone doesn't *get* your job, or take it seriously, it can really take it's toll.

Is It Worth It?

I’m aware that this may come across like a great big moan, and in fairness, it totally is. It’s an absolute brain dump of everything I’ve been feeling over the past few months, and weeks especially. Right now there's 1 million other things I should be doing but I felt inspired to get this all down on screen so here we are! I’m physically exhausted, having jumped straight back into work at full speed after allowing myself a little break on holiday and it's made my head a little frazzled, and when talking to my friends, they remind me I have this awful habit of piling so much pressure on myself - more so than most people.

The truth is, the benefits of this job far outweigh all this crap above – it doesn’t make any of it less valid, but it does make it all worth it. I’m earning money doing a creative role that I’ve made for myself. I get to work alongside so many incredible inspiring women. The influencer world, especially in fashion, is one dominated by incredible bloggers-turned-businesswomen that have helped carve out a career path that didn’t exist not too long ago. And knowing that I get the opportunity to connect, relate, and even inspire so many other people through these platforms makes me feel all gooey inside.

So I'll be sticking around here a lot longer, I hope.

Struggling With Work/ Life Balance as an Influencer






I joke a lot about balance. How I won’t eat all day because I’m too busy, then come home and devour a packet of grated mature cheddar – BALANCE! How I’ll go to the gym for a huge session, then end up topping it off with an equally huge session in the bar with my friends – BALANCE! So to a degree, I feel like I'm totally nailing this balance thing. But the one thing I’m finding insanely hard to balance is work/ life as an influencer – and I use that term reluctantly, because although technically that’s what I am, as it’s a multi-platform, all-encompassing term which definitely applies to what I do – there’s something about it that I feel undermines exactly the hard work that goes into it all. Which leads me neatly on to this very topic – the hard work that goes into ‘influencing’. Ugh that sounds so creepy when you use it as a verb - like, let me brainwash you! Join my cult! When your life is technically your work, it can be a very very difficult issue to navigate and create a separation.

This multi-platform thing is challenging. This very blog was the start of everything for me, and it’s developed into an Instagram profile, complete with Instagram stories (which is basically a whole additional platform in itself these days) and YouTube – where I post weekly videos. I was texting Chloe last week about managing it all, saying how as soon as I channel a little more energy into one social platform, the others fall behind. And she put it quite perfectly “it feels like you’ve got five helium balloons and every time you pull one to stop it flying away another floats up” – and it’s true. If my life was a photograph right now it would be me holding up four oh-so-instagrammable foil helium alphabet balloons that spell out H-E-L-P.


Expectations vs Reality of life as a blogger

Obviously we only put out online the best bits of our lives – I know I know I’ve written time and time again about social media only being edited highlights and realness vs fakeness in the blogging world. It’s a little bit dumb, and we’re our own worse enemies really, because we put out this glossy perfected image – or at least a nice balance of relatable and aspirational – of what life is like as a blogger or full-time influencer, rather than the less-than-perfect truth about all of the boring, dull, exhausting aspects of the career. Then, we get pissed off that people don’t understand us and think our life is simply a glamorous doss, rather than seeing the hard work behind it all - but it’s our own doing, as we never share the brutal yet boring truth behind the filter.

But then, if we shared these things, our audiences wouldn’t really care for it. They don’t want to see the 20 minutes spent choosing a photo to post on Instagram, or the hours editing a haul video (and the epic tidy-up that comes after filming the try-on part - oh god it's AWFUL) or the changing your outfit in a public toilet/ coffee shop loo when out shooting content – or at least, not as frequently as it actually happens IRL. The occasional snapshot of blogging in your pj’s with no makeup on? #relatable! Show that you do it every day? Totally unglamorous. Unfollow.





What an average week looks like for me 
People always ask what an average day or week looks like for me, but here’s an example of the capacity I’m running at right now.

Day 1. 6:30am Edit sponsored video project, 9am doctors appointment,12:30 afternoon coffee with PR agency, 3pm PT session, home at 5pm, edit additional video freelance projects until 10pm.

Day 2. Wake at 6:30am. Schedule Instagram post. 9:30am Hair appointment (2.5 hours travel to get there and back from it), 1pm 30 mins gym, 3pm go to film a freelance video project, 5pm edit freelance video work until 8pm (work still isn’t done yet) when I crash out and fall asleep bc I’m so tired.

Day 3. 6:30am – invoices sent off, calendar updated, other admin completed. 8am – organize for filming YT video. 9am get distracted/inspired to write a blog post. 11am film YT video. 1pm meet Gemma to shoot content for Instagram. 4/5pm get home & die a little bit. 6pm edit YT video and do all additional info + linking + thumbnail photo creation. 9pm edit photographs for Instagram + send any #ads for sign off with brands. 10pm free time!

And repeat x 4 more and you basically have my week covered.

Any meetings or events you have in the day cut into your creative time that would usually be spent at your desk. So those 3 hours out of your office in the day mean an extra 3 hours at your desk completing the tasks you should have been completing earlier tasks. So when people ask what I do with my time, well, it's that!


Is Success Addictive?

When a channel or all of your socials are going so well, the problem is, you really don’t want to take the foot off the pedal because you’re enjoying the success and growth and everything it brings with it (ok, bar the stress). You tell yourself that when you hit a certain goal post, you’ll relax a little bit, but when you hit it, it inspires you to work harder because you know exactly what you can achieve when you put so much into it. If anything, it becomes harder to take your foot off the pedal, and you find yourself putting the pedal to the floor instead - coincidentally driving yourself at lightning speed to Burnoutsville.

Self-Employed Culture

Taking on too much work is a problem too. I feel damn well #blessed for every opportunity I get, but I need to learn to be more selective. But part of the self-employed culture is that you don’t know if or when you’re going to have a bad month, so it’s very hard to ever say no to work. Plus, blogging hasn't been around for long, so it's a career where the longevity is somewhat uncertain, so you definitely feel the need to work and bank the coins whilst you can, just in case.






Holidays don't really exist

A holiday is never just a holiday when you're a blogger/ influencer, because it’s always a chance to capture content you wouldn’t get elsewhere and share your stories. Even if you tell yourself to shut off and enjoy it, you find yourself stressing and feeling guilty that you’re missing great photographic opportunities. What was totally liberating however, was turning my Out Of Office on whilst on my 2 week trip to Cambodia, so anyone chasing me up on things would know I wouldn’t always be able to reply within 24 hours.

But in a normal 9-5, when you go on holiday, you put your OOO on and you set someone else as your contact. You literally offload your responsibility onto Sharon, or something. I still had to deal with PR’s chasing me relentlessly when I was travelling between cities, taking journeys on sleeper buses, and going 24 hours or more without wifi or phone signal. I wanted to clap back and say I AM ON HOLIDAY GIVE ME THE BREAK I’M SO DESPERATELY TRYING TO HAVE! But you have to maintain professional, so breakdowns via email are probs not your best bet if you want to keep your jobs,

What's a sick day?


In a normal 9-5, when you’re sick, you call up and take the day off. Your emails don’t get answered and when people come looking for you your team mates just say “oh she’s not in today she’s sick”. Oh, and you still get paid, in most jobs. But as an influencer, if you have a job on and you’re sick and can’t do it – you don’t get paid. You still have people sending several emails demanding things from you that you end up feeling more exhausted and run down.

Relationships? 
For my YouTube Q&A, someone asked if it’s hard to start or maintain relationships in this profession and yes, it is. It takes someone more chill and understanding than Jesus to *get* what being a blogger/influencer really takes as a career. Or even as a side hustle/ hobby. If you settled down in the early days of your blogging career with a guy, and he’s stuck by you, that’s great because he’ll totally get it. My ex sure didn’t. In the end, he said he hated watching my Instagram stories because I’d be all happy and full of energy, then he’d see the ‘real life Sophie’ who’d be all stressed and exhausted. In the end he said couldn’t ‘deal with’ my career for a whole host of reasons - but that’s another story. When someone doesn't *get* your job, or take it seriously, it can really take it's toll.

Is It Worth It?

I’m aware that this may come across like a great big moan, and in fairness, it totally is. It’s an absolute brain dump of everything I’ve been feeling over the past few months, and weeks especially. Right now there's 1 million other things I should be doing but I felt inspired to get this all down on screen so here we are! I’m physically exhausted, having jumped straight back into work at full speed after allowing myself a little break on holiday and it's made my head a little frazzled, and when talking to my friends, they remind me I have this awful habit of piling so much pressure on myself - more so than most people.

The truth is, the benefits of this job far outweigh all this crap above – it doesn’t make any of it less valid, but it does make it all worth it. I’m earning money doing a creative role that I’ve made for myself. I get to work alongside so many incredible inspiring women. The influencer world, especially in fashion, is one dominated by incredible bloggers-turned-businesswomen that have helped carve out a career path that didn’t exist not too long ago. And knowing that I get the opportunity to connect, relate, and even inspire so many other people through these platforms makes me feel all gooey inside.

So I'll be sticking around here a lot longer, I hope.





"What do I wear to an afternoon tea?" - It's a question I've been asked by my friends a surprising amount of times. I'd like to think it's because my friends respect my style choices rather than the fact that they think I'm fancy - because let's face it, Afternoon Teas are definitely a little bit fancy. It's why we like them so much! There's something so satisfying about treating ourselves with this kind of indulgence. Afternoon Teas retain their reputation - one of high class and etiquette, with the almost too cute to eat finger sandwiches and dainty china. The plates may be refillable, but this is certainly no all you can eat buffet. It's quintessentially British, but it's actually a lot more relaxed than people assume it's going to be. 





Fortnum & Mason’s Afternoon Tea is held in the stunning Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon, which was opened by The Queen herself. The whole concept came from the Duchess of Bedford's desire to fill the gap between lunch and dinner with a light meal of sandwiches and sweet snacks to satisfy hunger. Now, the Duchess of Bedford is clearly a lady after my own heart (4pm Hanger is never ideal), and clearly many others, as Afternoon Teas have remained incredibly popular ever since.

Many selections tend to be sweet-heavy, though it’s not just for sweets lovers. Whilst I’m (very) partial to a scone, I’m definitely more of a savoury kind of girl and Fortnum & Mason has that covered as you can choose different variations of Afternoon Teas - including sweet, savoury, and vegetarian options.

Our 'Tearista' was extremely helpful in helping us pick out what we wanted, suggesting we opt for one sweet and one savoury afternoon tea - and that everything is refillable.



There's no ball gowns or suits or petticoats necessary here. In fact, when it comes to style, an Afternoon Tea dress code is more smart-casual than formal. Of course, people like to dress for the occasion. It's fun to put on a pretty frock and feel like you're truly indulging yourself - it's half of the fun! And it's why tea dresses are the perfect thing to wear to an afternoon tea, especially in the spring/ summer months. 



As it's now pretty wintery, I decided to layer up. With Afternoon Teas being quintessentially British, for me it seems only fitting to dress with true Brit Girl style. We're renowned for great fashion sense - looks that tend to be a little more trend-lead, or laced with an element of edginess. I teamed a skirt and jumper together - but now without putting my own little bit of London edge into the look via the leopard print and oversized jumper combination. Okay, I might be wearing a jumper that says Paris on it, rather than London, but it still counts. 

The point of the matter is wear what makes you feel comfortable, cool, and stylish - whatever that is. It depends entirely on you, and what your personal choice of smart casual is. I've pulled together a few key pieces of what other things I'd wear to an afternoon tea below. 


So what are you waiting for? It's time to indulge your inner Brit. Have your cake and eat it too! (It's refillable, remember?) You can book it via Virgin Experience days here.

All I need to do now is to figure out if it's pronounced scone or sconn... 

This post was created in collaboration with Virgin Experience days 

What To Wear To Afternoon Tea





"What do I wear to an afternoon tea?" - It's a question I've been asked by my friends a surprising amount of times. I'd like to think it's because my friends respect my style choices rather than the fact that they think I'm fancy - because let's face it, Afternoon Teas are definitely a little bit fancy. It's why we like them so much! There's something so satisfying about treating ourselves with this kind of indulgence. Afternoon Teas retain their reputation - one of high class and etiquette, with the almost too cute to eat finger sandwiches and dainty china. The plates may be refillable, but this is certainly no all you can eat buffet. It's quintessentially British, but it's actually a lot more relaxed than people assume it's going to be. 





Fortnum & Mason’s Afternoon Tea is held in the stunning Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon, which was opened by The Queen herself. The whole concept came from the Duchess of Bedford's desire to fill the gap between lunch and dinner with a light meal of sandwiches and sweet snacks to satisfy hunger. Now, the Duchess of Bedford is clearly a lady after my own heart (4pm Hanger is never ideal), and clearly many others, as Afternoon Teas have remained incredibly popular ever since.

Many selections tend to be sweet-heavy, though it’s not just for sweets lovers. Whilst I’m (very) partial to a scone, I’m definitely more of a savoury kind of girl and Fortnum & Mason has that covered as you can choose different variations of Afternoon Teas - including sweet, savoury, and vegetarian options.

Our 'Tearista' was extremely helpful in helping us pick out what we wanted, suggesting we opt for one sweet and one savoury afternoon tea - and that everything is refillable.



There's no ball gowns or suits or petticoats necessary here. In fact, when it comes to style, an Afternoon Tea dress code is more smart-casual than formal. Of course, people like to dress for the occasion. It's fun to put on a pretty frock and feel like you're truly indulging yourself - it's half of the fun! And it's why tea dresses are the perfect thing to wear to an afternoon tea, especially in the spring/ summer months. 



As it's now pretty wintery, I decided to layer up. With Afternoon Teas being quintessentially British, for me it seems only fitting to dress with true Brit Girl style. We're renowned for great fashion sense - looks that tend to be a little more trend-lead, or laced with an element of edginess. I teamed a skirt and jumper together - but now without putting my own little bit of London edge into the look via the leopard print and oversized jumper combination. Okay, I might be wearing a jumper that says Paris on it, rather than London, but it still counts. 

The point of the matter is wear what makes you feel comfortable, cool, and stylish - whatever that is. It depends entirely on you, and what your personal choice of smart casual is. I've pulled together a few key pieces of what other things I'd wear to an afternoon tea below. 


So what are you waiting for? It's time to indulge your inner Brit. Have your cake and eat it too! (It's refillable, remember?) You can book it via Virgin Experience days here.

All I need to do now is to figure out if it's pronounced scone or sconn... 

This post was created in collaboration with Virgin Experience days 

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