So much to covet, so little time…

I’m pretty excited about Christmas which is rather surprising given, like most people working in PR, I’ve been working on Christmas stories since about June – sending off mince pies to monthly magazines and talking turkey timings with our chefs.  I should be sick of it by now but thankfully it’s not lost its lustre just yet.  Nevertheless having just bought a very expensive but massively exciting pile of bricks and mortar in the shape of our first flat Christmas is going to be a rather frugal affair. However if money were no object these are some of the things I would be buying my nearest and dearest (and really wouldn’t be too sad to discover under my Christmas tree this year either).

 
 
Liberty print crackers from Liberty’s Christmas shop
Harriet embellished pom pom jacket £120 from Monsoon
Penelope Chilvers velvet personalised slippers £350; penelopechilvers.com
Tom Dixon etched copper and nickel candles £55 from Tom Dixon
Astier de Villatte Marble pattern teapot from Liberty
Faviken cookbook by Magnus Nilsson published by Phaidon priced £35
Personalised notecards and tissue lined envelopes from £45 from Paper Plain 
Wooden rimmed sunglasses £144 Finlay and Co.
Princess Coat £299 by Jaeger Boutique
Miniature wirehaired dachshund called Lady Marmite / Nutmeg not sure which yet (James I hope you’re reading this)
Fair Isle knit by £42 Laura Ashley
Manolo Blahnik Black Mary Jane shoes £456 Saks Fifth Avenue
Pink Frolics Hat £68 by Anthropologie
 
 
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