I've been a pretty luck girl this year already, what with my incredibly lovely and generous parents replacing my slowly dying laptop with this fancy-schmansy new one, but due to their request, here is this year's Christmas list!
I saw one of these gorgeous little fellas in the window of Thunder Egg in Manchester's Northern Quarter, and by the looks of things, they are sold out on their website (waaaaah). Ideally, a real French bulldog puppy would complete my snuggle life, but until then, this little babe will suffice.
Stella McCartney Eau de Parfum:
Perfection in a bottle: a wonderful blend of musky and girly, giving a hint of sophisticated seduction. Or at least that's how I felt after trying it on. And at £53 for 50ml from Boots, it's substantially cheaper than my other perfume obsession, that comes in the shape of Dior's Pure Poison.
New Look Bear Ear Bathrobe:
How adorable and snuggly is this?! I have ruined the last two bathrobes that I've had with hair dye (oops), so I promise that this one will be used solely for cuddling up. Promise.
New Look Black Buckled Ankle Boots:
Anyone that has seen me in the last month will testify that I have been wearing the same black heeled ankle boots every single day, and for a very good reason. They are so damn comfortable, keep my tootsies warm and dry and go with EVERYTHING. These slightly more 'jazzy' babies would be perfect for nights out or days where I want to feel a bit more special.
FYI, size six. Ta.
Yankee Candle Midnight Jasmine:
Does this really need an explanation? Oh. Well, I am well and truly obsessed with jasmine, from several jasmine scented candles, hints of jasmine being in the majority of my favourite perfumes and my little jasmine flower tattoo on my foot. I had a mini one of this candle before, and if I'd had my own way, it would have been permanently attached to my nose as it smelled AMAZING. Please please?
Lush Cosmetic Warrior Mask:
So it may not be the prettiest or most glamourous, but winter has been horrible to my skin this year, so it could definitely do with some love. The Lush charcoal soap is great for helping trouble skin calm down, so a combination of those two would be very much appreciated. Or a relaxing intensive facial if you fancy splurging.
Soap and Glory Breakfast Scrub:
Hello old friend. Soap and Glory's Breakfast Scrub has been a regular feature on my blog since discovering it maybe two years ago? Next time you're in Boots, just smell it. It's like maple syrup and oats and pancakes and happiness all in one perfect pot. I might not actually hold out until Christmas before I buy another one though...
Prewetts Christmas Tree Shortbread:
Best. Biscuits. Ever. Just all of them please.
If I'm honest though, I've got what I want for Christmas, which is to have got through the penultimate semester of University, and a whole day with my wonderful Josh, snuggled up in pyjamas, watching movies and eating all the food and drinking all the prosecco.
Roll on the 25th!