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You may well remember my post about the last
Mrs Pom Pom
Knits in graphic prints and bold colours, they kind of remind me of those Shoreditch walls that people get photographed in front of. From hats to gloves to blanket scarves, these goodies are made with acrylic wool and yet we couldn’t get over how soft they were.
These clothes were just minimalist perfection, in an array of muted tones with some pops of pink. There was a big old trying on session being had and one thing I can vouch for is how top notch the quality felt. The whole aesthetic totally plays to my tastes, being simple, oversized and in muted and they call their clothes ‘easy wear’ which sums it up totally!
Wasn’t I glad I didn’t bother to paint my nails that morning as the Shoreditch Nails crew were on hand to polish up my ‘in need of some attention’ nails. They have some beaut nail art options but I kept it simple and went for a dot on each finger. You can get vouchers and take a friend to their store which is fittingly beautiful.
Both bathrooms were littered with these candles and body products. I’m a real sucker for great packaging but these aren’t all show. They are made from natural ingredients and you can tell as nothing about them smells artificial. I was particularly sucked in by the Ancestral Rose and the Seaweed & Samphire scents. These treats make such easy gifts!
The table was littered with an array of gorgeous watches from Ellie Beaumont with a mix of leather and metal straps, in all different colours alongside the delicate jewellery pieces from Feather & Stone. The two complimented each other so well! A watch is always a special gift and the jewellery is so classic and simple that it would be a winner for all sorts of tastes. I had my beady eye on the wishbone necklace!
Peas & Needles
I already knew this lovely lady and her penchant for weaving! Lucy is such a sweetie and also runs lots of weaving workshops to teach you the how to do it yourself. We were spoilt for choice with the gorgeous, muted rainbow of yarns and were taken though some different techniques to use. From someone who’s only ever tried to muddle my way through unaided, it made a world of difference to actually have someone to explain the proper method. We all agreed it was super relaxing and such a nice way to spend the afternoon, plus you come away with something you made to hang in your own home.