Monday, December 22, 2014

A Last Minute Gift Guide for Men Ft. House of Fraser

Firstly, a huge Merry Christmas to you all!

 I apologise for my long absence. I have been in the process of moving home and had no internet for about three weeks.  Any of you that have gone through it may understand that moving home is stressful but exciting however time always feels as though it is on fast forward. Anyway, all is well now and I feel abit more settled and back into my routine so watch this space.

On top everything else going on, christmas has crept up on me so fast this year. I must admit, I have always been a last minute christmas shopper but I decided to change my ways this year and get everything before the 24th of December ha! All was going so well until it got to the presents for the men in my life. Men are notoriously the hardest people on the planet to buy for. The cliché socks and tie sets have simply outrun their cause after X amount of years of Christmas.

So today, I have put together a Christmas gift guide for men focusing on my favourite 'gifts for him' from the wonderful House of Fraser gift range. This gift guide is to prove to myself and many of the partners, family members, friends out there that options are available and these options do not have to break the bank !



1) Penhaligon's  Gentlemen Fragrance Set

I've got this for a certain someone - won't disclose who. These beautiful miniature fragrances are perfect for men because not only are they classy and smell divine, the product offers diversity in the sense that he has four fragrances to chose from each day. They are also a great addition to any travel bag.
Endymion Cologne, Blenheim Bouquet Eau de Toilette, Sartorial Eau de Toilette and Quercus Cologne.



2) Aveda Hand Relief

Most men think they do not need hand cream, the truth is they do.
 Manly hands are attractive but dry/rough hands are not. This is a cheat gift as it's a gift for partners to steal too!! 




3) Ted Baker Shoe Shine Kit
A must have in any working mans life, comprising of:

2x  Ted Baker Brushes inscribed 'Looking Buff' and 'Rise & Shine'

1x Ted Baker Black Polish
1x Ted Baker Neutral Polish
1x Cleaning Cloth
Faux-leather brogue style zipped Ted Baker case




4) Howick Multistripe Towelling Robe
The perfect cosy gift for any homebody especially at this time of year. 
I love a robe as a gift because it is something everybody needs and loves but something people rarely want to buy hence why , as a gift,  a robe is always a good idea.


So with Christmas only a few sleeps away and many last minute shoppers like myself, this guide is for you and I hope it helps! 



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Monday, December 01, 2014

C L U E L E S S


 Outfit details:
Cropped jumper- Topshop , Shirt - Topshop (similar here) ,  Wrap Skirt- Topshop (similar here) , High Thigh Boots - eBay (similar here also) , Camel Coat - eBay (similar here)

Ahh, the camel coat makes it's way into aw14 top trends for what seems like the second year running.  This makes me glad I invested in one last year as it cost me an arm and a leg - looking back, it was so worth it. Warm, fashionable and adjustable, the camel coat (wool especially) goes with everything. 
My styling today was very clueless which is a look I have been told I most replicate. I didn't notice this but it makes me happy.

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