wrapped present

IF SANTA asks me what I’d like for Christmas this year…

well let’s just say I’m all prepared.

I’ve been doing a spot of wish list shopping, you see, with Lyst – a brilliant website that is a bit like an online personal shopper, which has access to the very best brands – and have picked out some gorgeous pieces that I would love to see underneath my Christmas tree, very soon.

And when I say best, I mean best.

I’m talking big names, big labels and often big prices here. The kind of stuff, we can all dream about.

What I love about the Lyst is that it enables you to pull together all your favourite items or create a dream look easily, and save it all in one place.

Ideal for when you’re looking for something special, like for this festive season or to forward to your other half when he’s pulling his hair out, trying to figure out what on earth to buy you this year.

To give you an idea, here is my Christmas wish ‘lyst’ which naturally (for a fashion magpie like me) revolves around a showstopper of a sequin dress from my favourite high street label, French Connection.

Well it is Christmas, after all and nothing gets me in the festive spirit faster than a heavy dose of sparkle.

Dear Santa, I’ve been a really good woman this year (kinda) and I would like…

Christmas wish list


  • The dress – Blue Lunar Sparkle Maxi Dress from French Connection, £190
  • The shoes – Silver Hanoi Heeled Sandals from ASOS, £50
  • The earrings – Silver Pave Drop Earrings from Nadri, £42
  • The bracelet – Green Bracelet from Mawi, £289
  • The stole – Gray Griffin Faux Fur Stole from Reiss, £80

Let’s just hope he’s listening ey?! *winks*

Next time you fancy doing a bit online wish list shopping, do give Lyst a whirl.

It’s simple to use, packed full of inspiration and will have you pulling together mood boards and fashion ideas, quicker than you can say Father Christmas.



What would you put in your Christmas wish list?


With love,






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