[unpaid/affiliate] A very quick round up of some fashion finds and I’m predictably starting with Fitflop. They’ve brought back the Mukluk Talls which are sheepskin lined boots that once your feet are in, they never want to leave. I have bought a pair for my sister for Christmas and she has bought a pair for me – I will be very pushed to save them til the end of December! I’m doing a How To Look After Cashmere feature tomorrow so I’ll include a couple of bargain buys in that as well if you like your cashmere.
They’re reduced from the initial price from £175 to £140 HERE but if you sign up to their mailing list, you’ll get an extra 20% off which brings them to £112 (I think… counts fingers). I often sign up to mailers when they’re incentivised because I’ve adjusted my thinking on marketing mails. I don’t have to read them – or even see them – and you can adjust your preferences whenever you like – and usefully, they do alert you to special deals or offers.
I read a feature in a magazine about multi-chains and wished I was the sort of person that could wear a perfect necklace layer but of course they just end up a twisted horror that takes forever to untangle. So, these Monica Vinader vermeille chains seem to me to have the perfect pitch of being understated elegance that implies you have other chains you chose not to wear – if you see what I mean! The top is the Marie Mini HERE reduced from £135 to £101. The bottom is the Ziggy Gemstone set reduced from £175 to £131 HERE, and there’s 25% off site wide (at the time of writing).
This brand is becoming ever more popular and I’m not really surprised. Never Fully Dressed just hits the right balance of fun and functional at affordable prices. If you love dresses, this is your stop, but as you can see there are sweaters and skirts too. It’s interesting that they’re stocked at new department store Flannels HERE which is cherry picking their brands and I’m sending you there because there is £100 voucher with £500 spend (horribly easily done!) as well as various reductions that you can see above. They’re also stocking Stine Goya, which is a very favourite Scandi brand where I got the most beautiful patchwork sweater.
My top pick from Never Fully Dressed is the rainbow shirt – metallic dots that you can wear anywhere that a remote amount of festivity is required. It’s £49 HERE, reduced from £69 – the downside is the largest left is a 12 although if you’re petite you’re in luck because the sizes down are all in stock.
This is a recent purchase of mine that’s now reduced (of course it is grrrr) from £49.99 to £39.99 HERE and there is stock up to a size 22. I love it because of the lace V which is quite deep – I’d happily go with the plunge with the right bra but here I’ve got a bra top on to be a bit more discreet! It’s got sleeves and the material is a kind of satin so although it’s got a ditsy floral print, it’s actually quite a sexy dress.
Lastly, Glossier has 20% off everything (except gift cards) using code SHOPEARLY which was available on email sign up. By the time this goes live it could well be that there is no need to use a code because it’s not specified how long ‘early’ is. I’d just head straight to the Bath Duo (£45 HERE) for a neroli candle and bath pods, and then on to Generation G Lip Balms (£14 HERE) in as many colours as you can (with a side order of Solar Paint). Obviously, deduct 20% from those prices.
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