Wednesday, 26 November 2014

My Winter Wishlist

It's that time of year when shopping is pretty much all I think about, at work I think about it from a brand perspective, in the evenings I try to find (with little success) Christmas presents for everyone and at the weekend (especially this weekend) want to buy everything for myself!

I thought I'd share a few of my favourite things that I have my eye on this winter to get it out of my system!

I tend to invest in a Joules jumper every winter, last year was a fox, this year I don't think I'll be able to resist this incredibly cute 'festive bird' jumper. It's a cheeky little spin on a Christmas jumper and, as always, I love the signature contrast colour on the cuff.

These navy Grenson Emma boots have been on my mind since they launched, I want, no I need them in my life. I have a pair of the Emily brogues which I adore, but these boots would be perfect for winter days. I just need some way to justify the price tag...


Now, can we all just take a minute to admire the beauty of the new baby Grafea bags? I love this teeny burgundy one and want to adopt it.

I've started knitting myself a winter scarf with some gorgeous alpaca wool but I'm pretty sure it will be summer by the time I finish it... So I think I'll invest in a budget scarf to wear until I finish my own, this Vero Moda number for £10 will do very nicely thank you.

What's on your winter wishlist?
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  1. All about those boots yah? I'm after some North Face slippers. Sleeping bags for my feet.

    Buckets & Spades

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  2. Wish I had the spare cash for a Grafea backpack! This one is a gorgeous colour x
    eleanor's adventures // UK Fashion & Beauty Blog

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  3. I love the Grafea backpacks, love the colour you chose! xx

    Abi | abistreetx.blogspot.co.uk

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