I am so excited for today’s post as it’s a two in one! It is all about the most gorgeous watch ever as well as a coffee guide to Bristol! We are saying goodbye to Costa and Starbucks and welcoming cute independent cafes and today we are exploring my home town, Bristol.
Disclaimer: Even though I have been sent this watch in exchange for a review, all opinions are my own.
The other week I received an email from Riverdean about working together on a collab and I was over the moon. For those who don’t know who Riverdean are (you are seriously missing out), they are a Swiss watch company that is always coming up with new unique styles, helping people express themselves through fashion. They have so many gorgeous watches on offer for both men and women, making it very difficult to chose just one!
After lots of deliberation, I decided on ordering The Tribeca in, which is one of their best sellers! There were three options on the colour, gold, rose gold and silver and of course, I opted for gold and when it arrived in the post I was definitely not disappointed. The Tribeca is very minimalistic and sleek, making every outfit look complete whether you are attending a business meeting or going out for casual drinks with the girls. I even think this watch would look amazing on guys too! Now onto the exciting part – I have a discount code for you lovely bunch to take advantage of! If you find something that grabs your fancy on their website then when checking out you can get 25% off by using the code CHLOE25. Enjoy hunnies!! Now onto the coffee guide…
Pinkmans Bakery, 85 Park Street
Pinkmans was our first stop and it is located at the top of Park Street and was so busy whether it was people popping in for a takeaway coffee, sitting in for a sourdough pizza or buying a loaf of artisan bread – they have it all! The main cause of my love affair with this bakery is the array of plants, oh my god. It was every florist’s dream.
As tempted as I was by the cakes I just ordered a latte and it was amazing. I am not usually a latte kind of gal, (I needed a pretty coffee for the photos), but this one was so delicious and the latte art was incredible. I definitely will be returning here to try out their sourdough pizzas – they looked and smelt delish!!
East Village Cafe, Boyce’s Avenue, Clifton Village
This is by far my favourite cafe I have ever been to, a big statement I know. But it is stunning and so my aesthetic, with white floors, hanging plants and quirky furniture. It is beyond picture perfect.
If you are familiar with Bristol then I am sure you will agree with me when I say Clifton is one of the best parts of Bristol, it is full of cute, independent shops as well as being so photogenic. I discovered this sweet little vegetarian cafe on Instagram as someone posted a gorg picture of an acai bowl and I did intend on ordering one, but unfortunately, they sold out. So, in the end, I just ordered a blueberry smoothie and it was potentially one of the best smoothies I’ve had and was perfect on a sunny day! However, if you do go then note that they only accept card payments.
I absolutely loved writing this post and I hope you all love it too! Thank you so much to Riverdean for reaching out and gifting me this gorgeous watch, be sure to check them out below and don’t forget the discount code.
Until next time,
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