Sunday, 17 December 2017

It's that time of year again! As always, here is a list of some fabulous items I've been loving this year - which also make perfect Christmas gifts (either for your loved ones or yourself!) 

LOLA & LANA EARRINGS from JOHN AND LUNA: You know I love my hoops – so of course they had to make the list! I stumbled across JOHN AND LUNA on Instagram and have been a fan ever since. There’s just something special about simple handmade jewellery and I love that these go with just about any outfit.

SUNRISE LUXE 10PC BRUSH SET from NUDE BY NATURE: If you guys haven’t tried Nude by Nature brushes, you need to jump on the bandwagon immediately! White and rose gold, super soft and cruelty-free. They come complete with a sleek clutch case – need I say more?

CHOCOLATE DIPPED PRETZELS from HIBA CHOCOLATES: A perfect treat for the kids (and adults!) or something to take to the Christmas party! Handmade with love by Hiba herself, these salty pretzels + sweet chocolate = a top combo.

KIND GIRLS NO. 2 PRINT from DOT AND WOLF: Start their 2018 with this beautiful reminder, frame it on the wall, pop in on the desk, and sprinkle kindness like confetti. Each artwork piece is designed and hand lettered or illustrated by Miranti own home studio! (#girlboss goals)

WONDERBOOM BLUETOOTH SPEAKER from ULTIMATE EARS: Not gonna lie, what really drew my attention to this one is the fact that IT CAN FLOAT IN MY POOL. Everyone needs a good Bluetooth speaker and this couldn’t be more perfect for summer!

CHRISTMAS CARDS from THINGS BY BEAN: Alright so these aren’t your typical Christmas cards… which is why they’re AWESOME. Channel some sass with Jo’s cheeky collection, I guarantee you’ll have a chuckle. My fave is probably the ‘I Don’t Like Christmas At All Gingerbread Man’…

SUCC A LIL WREATH & LITTLE SUCCER from LITTLE SUCCERS: Along with millennial pink, succulents have totally been trending this year! ‘The low maintenance factor avoids death by laziness’ (so true) – and one can never have too many pot plant babies! Also can we talk about those Christmas wreaths? After taking the photos, I may or may not have spent the day with it perched on my head #flowercrownsaresolastyear

JOYFUL, JUBILATION & DELIGHT HAND & BODY CREAMS from ANTIPODES: First of all, these smell ah-mazing and look great with those festive foil colours. These don’t leave an oily residue (which is super important in summer because no one wants stickiness in addition to summer heat – ew) and just make perfect handbag staples.

HEART WONDER OFF SHOULDER TOP & BOWERBIRD DRESS from PS THE LABEL: Get their Christmas/New Year outfit(s) sorted – or gift them to yourself (I know I would)! I only found out about PS The Label earlier this year and have absolutely fallen in love with their delicate fabrics and beautiful cuts. Be quick, because (from experience), every collection sells out fast!

CAKE from UNBIRTHDAY BAKERY: No surprises here, you guys know my love for all things Unbirthday! If your giftees are anything like me, they’ll be thrilled to score CAKE AS A GIFT. Otherwise, get ready to be the star of the party when you rock up with one of these babies. Nikki and the team can magically turn these around in 48 hours if necessary, so you’ve still got time!

CHOC MOLTEN MARVEL TEA from T2: For someone who can’t decide between tea or a hot chocolate… here’s both. Have on its own or with a dash of milk – it’s delishhhh (and tastes a little like Baileys!)

MAKE-UP POUCH from RUBI: If you haven’t checked out their range of adorable coin purses and pouches, you need to have a browse! I love how fun AND practical these are – and that they make perfect Secret Santa gifts.

2018 DIARY from FOREVER NEW: No Christmas Gift Guide would be complete without a planner for the new year. This year I’m loving this one from Forever New's 'For Her' gift range – with three days to a page you’ve got just enough room to plan and doodle – and it’s bright gold!

Merry Christmas and a fabulous New Year, my lovelies!
Thank you for your support and love this past year - here's to the next!


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