The perfect maxi dress. £69 from Joy.
The perfect necklace. £86 from Boticca.
The perfect plates. £32, from Melody Rose at Culture Label.
The perfect filing cabinet. £495 from Graham & Green.
The perfect ring. £35 from Tatty Devine.
|Traffic People silk printed dress, £45 (was £99), ASOS|
|Trollied Dolly feather print dress, £32 (was £55), ASOS|
|Elephant pendant, £11.20 (was £14), Urban Outfitters|
|SNASH Peanut Gallery necklace, £50.30 (was £55.90), Fab|
|Joeley2 sandals, £59 (was £100), Nine West|
|Mandy sandals in green, £53.99 (was £59.99), Shellys|
|Mina striped skirt, £30 (was £55), ASOS|
|Orla Kiely Lovebirds skirt, £46.40 (was £58), People Tree|
|Gravitational Pull brogues, £29.50 (was £89.99), Irregular Choice|
|@rupinjapan had a crack at it. Yay wine!|
|@daisy_fay wins points for presentation|
|I made a little shrine to my Jilly Cooper autograph with Shine, Still and Eden. Don't judge me.|
"This is one of those rare creatures who offends no-one and delights everyone. She does all seasons and all places in the home, behaves impeccably at all times, is well mannered and charming and so makes the perfect house guest/gift. She’s the “girl” that everyone wants to be friends with and everyone wants to know. We like her .....A LOT!"I wasn't best friends with this girl at first because, when unlit, she smelled like a cross between citrus sweets and air freshener. When she had settled in (it! It!) it was rather nice, much woodier than I was expecting, but probably a bit too subtle to tempt me.