Friday 9th April - 7.30 - 8.30pm.

Take an hour out on Friday night to enjoy a feel-good styling event to get your freedom wardrobe ready.

Following on from our sell-out Make A Date With You Event, brought to you by Time to Bloom, in partnership with Yorkshire Businesswoman magazine, we have a special power hour focused on preparing your stylish freedom wardrobe.

Our favourite stylist, Sophie Southmayd will be sharing her top tips and insider knowledge on clothing, perfect for the spring/summer season when we can all look forward to enjoying the freedom from lockdown.

We’d love you to join us for a positive, feel-good power hour for some top steals, splurges, and special finds from styling pro, Sophie for your perfect freedom wardrobe and empower you to feel amazing when we can finally head out for drinks, a meal, work do (basically anywhere other than our own home and garden).

Hosted by Time to Bloom founder and skin and wellbeing specialist, Dr. Lubna Khan-Salim, Sophie will be covering top to bottom what the trends, style, colours and brands are for this spring-summer season.

The ticket price includes exclusive discount codes for a fab range of fashion brands and will also include a precentage going to our chosen event charity, Beauty Banks who supply personal care and hygiene essentials instead of food, to people in the UK.

Lubna Khan-Salim – Host (

Lubna is the founder and Clinical Director of Time to Bloom, a beauty and wellness clinic in North Yorkshire. As a former NHS surgeon with extensive plastic surgical training, Lubna believes that due to the ever-increasing pressure to look perfect from social media, in a world where we’re increasingly focused on the way we look, we’re becoming unforgiving of ourselves and what makes us unique: women and girls are in the grip of an endless cycle of being made to feel imperfect. Time to Bloom is about redressing the balance and celebrating womankind in every form.

Sophie Southmayd (@sophiesouthmayd)

As Head of Styling at Ralph Lauren in London, Sophie often worked with celebrities, attending lots of glitzy events. Whilst working in this glamorous environment, Sophie noticed 80% of the time she spent in private appointments with her clients, they would discuss their insecurities that they had with Fashion, rather than the clothing items themselves.

Sophie has since launched her own digital agency Sophie Southmayd Consulting specialising in social media management and training, content creation, influencer management and website creation, for female-led start-ups.

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