What to buy online this week
2020 isn’t all bad – look at all these goodies to be had
I don’t know about you, but I am a sucker for a bracelet. Stack them, jangle them and wear them loud and proud I say. Inspired by traditional Moroccan tiles, this diamond adorned beauty is just perfect for everyday.
When is a heel not quite a heel? Well, when it’s a kitten heel of course. These kitten heel mules from brand of the moment, Khaite, are smart enough for any evening affair and just perfect to jazz up an everyday look.
Anyone who doesn’t like the athleisure trend should look away now. This soft French terry ensemble is the epitome of the laid-back trend that just won’t go away.
Each season I might as well just give my credit card to Isabel Marant and tell her to take all my money because of the sheer amount of her pieces I just fall in love with, and these boots are no exception. Suede, ankle length with just the tiniest bit of a heel, I’m going to wear these with her silk skorts and a jumper and jeans when the temperature really dips. See, I’ve justified it to myself already.
I am simultaneously trying to grow my hair at the same time as dealing with rather shocking roots while I find a new colourist meaning I rely a lot on hair accessories these days. A little bit out there, a little bit Princess like, this pearl number is just the ticket.
Thanks to the Corona virus I’m not going on any holidays this year meaning I can spend all my money on handbags, or save it but really, who likes to be sensible. Top of my list is this gorgeously elegant, ultra chic and grown-up burgundy leather tote from Jil Sander.
Since we are all spending so much more time at home at the moment, it’s time to get those houses well and truly in order. And, since I’m dining in vs dining out much more, these fabulous glasses handmade by a small family of traditional artisans in Murano, Italy, are top of my list. Plus, they’re named after my daughter so it’s a no-brainer really.
While we are on the topic of homeware, just how gorgeous are these cabbage servers from the doyenne of tablescapes, Mrs Alice. I’m hoping they will take the attention away from the fact I’m a terrible cook.
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