Is there anything better than a movie night with some of your favourite girlies? If anything it at least makes the top 5. Me and my girls have done everything from musicals to the deepest darkest corners of Netflix, though nothing really beats an old classic. Our friend Kelly thought so too, so naturally she rented out the Blythswood (as you do) for a private screening of Pretty Woman with some of her favourites. With champagne and popcorn flowing pretty generously throughout the evening it was a far cry from my sofa and bargain basement rose.
Shoes - Primark
Dress - Great Plains*
Of course it was another beautiful day in Glasgow so it was the perfect excuse to leave the jacket at home once more and crack out my Great Plains dress which has become a Summer staple. It's keeping me from falling in to the habit of black everything and the fit is just gorgeous. I did however loose my mind a little when I realised it had pockets and since then has got me through everything from the launch of the vintage festival to the BBC Big Weekend. Coupled with my Primark sandals (the only thing I can wear at the moment without feeling like my feet are going to melt off) and a wee light cardi for the evening and it's perfect wear for meetings, to office to pub. Though maybe not the best outfit for an impromptu rib tattoo. Oops
I love the Blythswood cinema. The mismatching Harris Tweed chairs are gorgeous and it's perfect for an intimate evening with your nearest and dearest and screening whatever you damn well please. I love hosting movie night (Princess Bride is pretty much a staple) and don't think there is anything that really brings people together like movies. If you really fancy pushing the boat out hiring the screening room is ideal if want a party that's just a little big different.
So what would you screen in your private cinema?