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Thursday 4 December 2014

Gift Guide Part 2: For your crazily fussy girlfriend/wife, who pretends she is easy to buy for!

Here is my wishlist, I would be delighted with any of the items from this list - hint hint for A!

Clockwise from top left:
1. New Album from St Vincent. Annie Clark has such a unique voice. She is heading for greatness in my opinion.
2. Stuart Murdoch's musical God help the Girl is now one of my favourite movies of all time. What's not to like? The songs are catchy and witty, Glasgow looks dreamy and the story is funny yet heartwarming.
3. Beautiful golden rock diamond earrings from Studio Baladi. I don't usually wear a lot of jewellery but these earrings are beautifully understated.
4. Amazingly moisturising Creme de Corps from Kiehl's, limited edition designed by Craig & Karl.

Clockwise from top left:
1. Gold nail varnish from Topshop. I am addicted to gold nail varnish, there is something just magical   about it plus I end up singing Goldfinger A LOT.
2. Cashmere loungewear from Topshop. These look so comfy and warm and yet classy. An definite upgrade from my My Little Pony jammies I am currently sporting!
3. I loved Philosophy at school and this book does exactly what it says. Taking big ideas and explaining them so that even those that don't enjoy the topic as much as i do can get a handle on them.
4. Spiced pumpkin candle by PommesFrites. The smell of Christmas in a jar.

Clockwise from top left:
1. Charles and Ray Eames posing on a motorycle. Poster available here. We love Eames in our house and dream of owning an original piece, until then I'll settle for this print.
2. Beautiful gold scissors from Naked Lunge. How cute are these? And useful for wrapping gift.
3. Candle holder from Ferm Living. I love the pop of colours, would look great as a centrepiece.
4. Marron Glacés from Pierre Hermé. Every year my parents would me a generic brand box of these for Christmas. Hermé's would be an gourmet upgrade from my childhood memories.

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