Christmas Gift Guide For The Luxe Lover
Who doesn’t love a little indulgence of the luxury kind once in a while? Christmas seems like the perfect time to give a loved one something that they wouldn’t buy for themselves. Or indeed, for us to treat ourselves to something that lifts the every day out of the humdrum and slides it gracefully down into silken lined luxury.
After all, we’ve been really good this year and thoroughly deserve it…
1. Christian Louboutin by Christian Louboutin – £85 Net-A-porter 2. Essential bronze skinny belt – £55 Baukjen 3. Markus Lupfer pyjama top – £125 Whistles 4. Alexander Wang lizard-effect leather tote – £585 Net-A-Porter 5. Crumpet crew neck cashmere sweater – £129.50 Stanwells 6. Eddie Borgo rose gold-plated pentagram ring – £240 Matches
To love a Louboutin is a wonderful thing and to own this beautiful coffee table book with over 300 pages of beautiful photography, inspiration and oh yes, red soled gorgeousnness, is an even more wonderful thing.
Add an instant touch of glimmer with the Baukjen bronze skinny belt – wear over a trench or little black dress or cinch in a cozy over-sized cardigan.
Having seen it in store at Whistles, I’m now head over heels in lust with the Markus Lupfer pyjama style top in all its silky gory…if you’re reading this Santa.
A luxe lovers gift guide is incomplete without a bag to covet – step forward Alexander Wang in the form of this oxblood, exotic lizard effect tote. Want it, need it and now coveting it.
Christmas is a time for giving cashmere, especially when it comes in hot pink in the form of this Crumpet sweater. Wear with sateen cigarette pants for a night out or put it on with the softest joggers for luxurious lounging.
A piece of statement jewellery always makes a wonderful gift. I love this Eddie Borgo rose gold-plated pentagram ring and would definitely wear it every day. Why keep something this pretty hidden away for best?
What’s the most luxurious gift you’ve ever given or received?
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