The temperature is dropping outdoors but that shouldn’t stop you staying warm and toasty. This week “The List” is about keeping you snug. Think cashmere, hot water bottles, a snuggly throw and an open fire – designed to ward off even the chilliest weather and warm the cockles of your heart, particularly if accompanied with a mug of hot chocolate.
When Jack Frost is nipping at your nose must-haves for warmth include blankets, layers and soft quilts. I’m also a sucker for a sheepskin rug – as is Milo my dog – which brings instant toastiness to your toes. So here is my lust list.
Curl up – stay indoors with a cup of hot chocolate or mulled wine and curl up with a good book. 1. Swedese Lamino easy chair and footstool £2118 – the lollipop shoppe 2. Christmas gnomes from £17 – skandium 3. The dakota price on request – Chesney 4. iittala Hotcool red glass £10.50 – skandium 5. Sheepskin from £70 – Celtic Sheepskin 6. Alpaca throws from £145 – cologne & cotton
I have one of these gnomes from Skandium and it comes out every Christmas, such a cosy little fellow. My big lust though is the Lamino, I have wanted one for-like-ever, so if anyone fancies getting me a Christmas present (wink wink x) We all know I propbably want most things on “The List” anyway!
Cosy up when your going to bed with snuggly accessories. I just love a scented candle.
1. Bamford Rose bath oil £38 – bamfordbody 2. Faux fur throw latte £270 – Heals 3. Winter candle £20 – the white company 4. Cash ca two tone grey and mint cashmere dressing gown £350 – Liberty 5. Longwool sheepskin ivory rug £100 – Heals 6. Faux fur collar mule in latte £37.50 – ruby & ed
Wrap up as snug as a bug in a rug, before heading outdoors. Makes me want to be somewhere snowy. 1. Ugg Classic shearling turncuff glove £115 – Selfridges 2.Chunky cable super-long scarf £130 – the white company 3. Shearling hooded coat by vince £1737 – my-wardrobe.com 4. Belstaff shearling lined boots £300 – matches 5. Grey knitted bobble hat £220 – Moncler
See previous editions of “The List” here and here