Disco Dress, & Other Stories, £79
The name alone makes we want to own this dress, as do the cute puff sleeves and brightly-coloured feather detailing across the fabric. If this doesn’t turn heads at the disco, I don’t know what will. Buy now.
A Rose By Any Other Name Body Cleanser, Aesop, £31 (500ml)
The packaging. The scent. The shops. It’s a real treat to spend this much money on what is essentially a shower gel, but it’s worth it, particularly as it’s Christmas. This beautifully fragrant cleanser contains skin-softening botanical extracts and Rose Petal oil and will transform your shower time. I’m coveting the whole range. Buy now.
Sheepskin Rug, The White Company, £395
This rug makes me happy. I know it will look gorgeous in my living room, next to the wood burning fire and Eames rocker. I’ll lie there in my cashmere socks, smugly flicking through the latest copy of Selvedge, getting all hygge. Then the kids will come in and spill their hot chocolate all over it. Game over. But I can dream, right? Buy now.
Lexington Parka, Penfield, £200
Parkas are everywhere this season, but I’m still lusting after this Penfield version. You can’t beat a toasty parka when you’re braving rain, wind and hail, like I am on most weekends as I stand on a freezing cold rugby pitch. I’ll take it in lichen please. Buy now.
Rose Quartz Bonbon, SVP Jewellery, £135
I already have two of these rings, but there’s still room on my fingers for a few more. This rose quartz ring from Sussex-based jewellery designer Sarah Parham is a beauty. Best of all, SVP’s ethos is about being fair, kind and ethical all the way through the production line so you know you’re buying ethically sourced products. Buy now.
Stan Smith Originals, Adidas, £69.95
I wore my last pair so much I had to throw them away. Sad times. This year I think I might treat myself to the navy blue version over the classic green. A change is as good as a rest, no? Buy now.
Halesowen Wool Herringbone Kilt, Jack Wills, £69.50
I do love a Jack Wills purchase and I’ve had my eye on this cute kilt for a while. If you think all it sells are the ubiquitous logoed hoodies you’ll have undoubtedly seen draped on numerous public school kids holidaying in Cornwall, it’s time to take another look. There’s more to its womenswear collection than meets the eye. Buy now.