Wednesday, 30 December 2015

NYE Makeup: Metallic Copper Eyes

   Here's a metallic copper makeup look to glam your eyes up for New Year's Eve 2015! This look is all about the glow, so the more metallics, the better - plus a matte lip to make your eyes really stand out.

   I used pumpkin-coloured and brown matte shadows to bring some depth and define the crease of my eyelids, and a super shiny copper pigment to create the metallic look. I finished this off with a simple winged eyeliner to define my eyes, then a matte deep pink lip to contrast.

   Use a highlighter where possible! I used a white powder highlighter to lift my cheekbones and define my nose and cupid's bow. You can also place a little bit of this in the inner corner of your eyelids and brow bone to add some more definition. Enjoy the video below for the full tutorial!


Matte Paint Pot in Soft Ochre
Pur Minerals Soul Mattes Palette (shades BFF and Sidekick)
MAC Pigment in Copper Sparkle
Collection 2000 Fast Stroke Liquid Eyeliner 
Kiko 30 Days Extension Daily Treatment Mascara
MAC Pigment in Vanilla
MAC Lipliner in Soar
MAC Lipstick in Brave
Bobbi Brown Skin Weightless Powder Compact Foundation


I Know U by Keys N Krates

Saturday, 26 December 2015

I Remember the Time, Remember the Time

S U N G L A S S E S   -   Z E R O U V *  //   S C A R F    -   T O P S H O P (similar here)   //   J U M P E R   -   A S O S   //   B A G    -   D O R O T H Y   P E R K I N S (similar here)   //   D R E S S   -   M O N K I   A T   A S O S   //   B O O T S   -   M I S S G U I D E D

* Gifted for review

Thursday, 24 December 2015

7 ways to distract yourself from work over Christmas

   For a lot of us modern career girls, work doesn't just stop at 5pm. Often, we're checking emails until bedtime, examining social media for possible retweet opportunities and looking for inspiration online at ungodly hours of the morning. We're noting down ideas everywhere we look, and everyone we talk to could be an important contact, so when it comes to 'switching off', it's a harder task than expected.

   Because of this, Christmas can be a difficult time; we feel that we should concentrate on spending time with family, overindulging on food, going to parties and opening presents, but we also feel an obligation to remain active in our professional lives. This Christmas, why not try a few different activities to really try and 'switch off' from that side of your life and concentrate on what really matters? I've put together a list to give you a little inspiration:

I M M E R S E   Y O U R S E L F   I N   A   N O V E L

   Personally, I can't wait to get reading over the Christmas period. My life has been rather hectic lately, and I haven't felt like I've been able to concentrate on a book for more than five minutes. Reading is the perfect way to indulge your imagination and lose yourself in a world that no TV program or film could ever create. Whatever your genre, Christmas is the ideal time to get reading!

M I N D F U L N E S S   C O L O U R I N G

   Remember that colouring book you got as a present last year that is supposed to help with mindfulness? Well, now's the time to use it! Believe it or not, colouring (although perhaps viewed as a childish activity) is proven to be a calming activity to help your clear your mind by concentrating on a creative skill that neither has no wrong or right method - you can colour outside the lines here, it's up to you!

O N   Y O U R   M A R K S,   G E T   S E T,   B A K E!

   Baking can either be therapeutic or stressful - I guess it depends on what kind of person you are. If you're the latter, ignore this point; however, if you're the former, get those oven gloves on! Try making your favourite Christmas desserts, or some treats for your friends as thoughtful little presents. This will easily take up a few good hours away from your phone screen, and you'll have a tasty bake at the end of it.

T R Y   O U T   S O M E   P I N T E R E S T   D I Y S

 All those DIYs you saved on Pinterest now have a chance to come to life! Make yourself a bottled nebula on a necklace, a few watercolour cushion covers for your home, your own planner for New Year organisation and a contemporary deer head for your wall. And if it goes wrong, at least you can say you tried.

P L A N   Y O U R   N E W   Y E A R ' S   R E S O L U T I O N S

   You probably do this at some point every year, whether it's mentally or on paper; but this time, take a few more minutes to really plan out each goal. Is it really feasible? Will you work toward it every day or is it just general? Is there anyone who can help you with your goals? What happens if you don't achieve it? All of these points, and anymore you can think of, will help towards making 2016 a year of success!

P  U T   Y O U R   O L D   C L O T H E S   O N   D E P O P

   What is Depop? Think of a cross between eBay and Instagram. This app allows you to sell your clothes and accessories in a beautiful way, and to people with great fashion sense. You've probably received some clothes or gift vouchers over Christmas, so why not make room for your new wardrobe by selling some old pieces that you no longer wear?

C L E A N   Y O U R   C A R

   Don't have a car? Clean your room! And I don't mean just moving a few things around. Really get in there and chuck out all the crap, give the floor a deep clean, do some dusting, et voila! Now make a note in your calendar for next year's cleaning session.

Tuesday, 22 December 2015

Luxury Christmas Desserts for Less

   Come Christmas, I tend to overdose on desserts. There are so many to choose from: chocolate log, stollen, mince pies and, of course, the customary boozy Christmas pudding - so why not have them all? It gives you and your guests an option (after all, we never know what we'll fancy after dinner) and caters to all likes and dislikes. 

   Oh, and don't forget the cheeseboard! See my tips on choosing the perfect cheeseboard selection at the bottom of this post.

   For my #NectarLifestyle luxury Christmas dinner challenge, I picked a gorgeous tradition pudding with a twist from Sainsbury's Taste the Difference range; with an orange and cranberry marmalade, almonds, pecans and a cognac infusion, this was the perfect finish to a delectable Christmas dinner - and it was only £6.50!

   I also picked up a beautiful Italian Pandoro from Sainsbury's, which I sprinkled with icing sugar for a snowy effect. This went down really well with some luxurious Charbonnel et Walker hot chocolate, followed by some super sweet stollen bites and mulled wine.

How to choose the right cheese for your cheeseboard

   If you know that lots of people will be eating cheese, you'll need at least five different cheeses to cater to different tastes. Include a variety of different flavours and textures: 'aged' encompasses the typically harder and sharper cheeses such as cheddar, gouda and parmesan; 'soft' refers to spreadable cheeses - roule is a popular one for this, as are brie and camembert; 'blue' cheeses commonly appear to be spotted or veined throughout - this includes stilton, gorgonzola and bleu de gex.

   However, it's not just the cheese you nee to think about - accompaniments such as breads, fruits and chutneys take a cheeseboard from zero to hero. Think about purchasing a few different types of crackers (some people prefer sweet some people savoury), grapes are a must and a couple of chutneys wouldn't go amiss. You could also pile on some cured meats such as salami and prosciutto, as well as some olives, roast peppers and fresh pickles.

   I think I've made this more complicated than it should be, but it's really not. If you're in doubt, just head to the deli counter at Sainsbury's and the friendly assistants will be more than happy to help!

A Luxury Christmas Dinner for Less

   This week, I cooked my first Christmas dinner. That's right. My first EVER attempt at cooking an entire Christmas dinner by myself. The lovely people at Nectar challenged me to live the #NectarLifestyle, in a bid to live frugally but with the utmost extravagance. Contradictory, right? Well, you'd think so - but this challenge was an absolute blast, and I somehow managed to pull off a luxury Christmas dinner that went down a treat in the Art Style Love household, for just £113.

   First off, I baked two homemade starters which were ideal for getting the tastebuds going and the conversation bubbling along - you can find my post on these fabulous recipes here.

   I cooked up a turkey roast with all the trimmings: pigs in blankets, roasties, Yorkshire puds, stuffing balls, veggies, gravy and a vegetarian option in the form of a rather appetising nut roast (I know what you're thinking - 'how can "nut roast" and "appetising" appear in the same sentence?' - well, this was an extra special nut roast). The turkey was a super easy frozen joint from Sainsbury's, which I covered in bacon for extra oomph. It was more than enough for my party of four people (meaning extra leftover meat for next-day-sandwiches!)

   I was also required to cater to a gluten free guest, for whom I made gluten-free stuffing and Yorkshires. After all, we shouldn't let our intolerances hold us back from pigging out on Christmas dinner.

   White and silver crackers adorned the table, as did silver napkins and my beautiful LED star which is available from Homebase for just £38 (click here to get 33% off selected homeware items from Homebase with MyVoucherCodes!). I used a simple white linen tablecloth and spread out a few candles amongst the crockery for a little cosiness!

   Look out for my dessert and cheeseboard post, which will be uploaded later today - and if you'd like to find out my recipe for extra crispy roasties, head to the bottom of this post.

How to make extra crispy roasties

Ingredients (serves 4):

1kg potatoes
2 tbsp plain flour
4 tbsp sunflower or vegetable oil
Pinch of salt


  1. 1. Heat oven to 220 degrees celsius. Place the potatoes in boiling water in a large saucepan, then boil for 5 mins. 
  2. 2. Drain the potatoes in a colander, then give the colander a shake to slightly rough up the edges. Tip the potatoes into your largest roasting tin and sprinkle with the flour and some salt. Stir, then drizzle over the oil and stir again so that no dusty flour remains.
  3. 3. Roast in over for 50 minutes on the bottom shelf. After this time, give the potatoes a stir, then they should need 20 more minutes to finish on the top shelf.

Monday, 21 December 2015

Two Delicious Christmas Starter Recipes

   It's always a nice touch when you make your own starters (and pull it off) - you know that no nasty preservatives have gone into the dish, you can style them how you like and you can add in or take away any ingredients depending on allergies or intolerance. Guests love homemade goods, so putting in that extra little bit of effort can make your Christmas meal into a game changer in no time.

   Don't worry if you've got a busy schedule; you can make these a couple of days in advance and store them in an airtight container for freshness (keep the pork tarlets in the fridge; the cheese straws can be left in a cool, dry place).

Cheese straws


400g ready rolled puff pastry
80g Parmesan (freshly grated)
1tsp paprika
Pinch of cayenne pepper
1 egg yolk (beaten)


1. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees. Cut the pastry into inch wide strips and brush with egg.

2. Sprinkle the cheese over the eggy strips.

3. Take two strips, place one on top of the other, seal each end by pressing the pastry together and folding over, then twist! Sprinkle over the paprika and cayenne pepper.

4. Lay on a baking sheet cook for 15 mins or until golden.

Pork tartlets


400g block of ready made shortcrust pastry

200g sausage meat
80g cheddar cheese
Butter for greasing
Mini tartlet tray


1. Preheat oven to 180 degrees. Cut pastry block into cubes of about a square inch.

2. Grease the mini tartlet tray. Roll each cube into a ball and place into each well of the tartlet tray. Dab the pastry into the wells to form the cup for the tartlet.

3. Divide up the sausage meat using a teaspoon and roll into balls, then place into each well.

4. Bake in oven for 20 mins.

5. Pull the tartlets out of the oven, then sprinkle with cheese and put back in the oven for another 5-8 mins or until the cheese has melted

Saturday, 19 December 2015

5 Inspiring Christmas Dinner Spreads

   When I was younger, there was no doubt that the 'presents' portion of Christmas Day was the best part - after that, I was made to eat vegetables, pretend to laugh at my dad's jokes and endure two hours of boring family talk until I could play with my new toys. Now that I'm older, this day is all about the food and being with my family, who are now living in various parts of the country (meaning I don't get to see them as often). The presents are always welcome, but I tend to enjoy giving them more than I do receiving.

   Coming from a family of feeders, I love a Christmas dinner with plenty of options and all the trimmings: sprouts, roasties, pigs in blankets and, of course, the main event (I'm not sure which dish we'll be devouring this year, but I'm sure it will be delicious)!

   As food is such a big thing in my house, I take great pleasure in making the dining space look festive and presentable. There must always be a theme, and tableware should always cohere. A centerpiece is a great chance for some added style, depending on how big the table is; or you could decorate with small ornaments, candles and foliage. 

   A big topic this year is lighting; this can make or break a room's ambiance, and can turn Christmas Day into a warm, fuzzy and joyful event with the appearance of just a few simple LED bulbs. Have a browse through the images below for some ideas on creating the perfect atmosphere for Christmas dinner.


Wednesday, 16 December 2015

GIVEAWAY: Lindt x Thomas Sabo Gift Box

   Nothing says Christmas like jewellery and chocolate! Lindt, purveyors of mouthwatering confectionary for 170 years, has collaborated with high street favourite Thomas Sabo to create a limited edition Lindt Teddy Charm Gift Box - a beautiful stellar blue box which contains an adorable milk chocolate teddy bear by Lindt, and a delicate red enamel and sterling silver heart charm by Thomas Sabo. The perfect gift!

   The set is worth £65 and it's exclusive to Selfridges. Only 150 have been made, and I'm very excited to say that one of you very lucky readers can win one for yourself! Just enter my giveaway using the Rafflecopter widget below to be in with a chance of winning - and while you're at it check out my very special Christmas wishlist surrounding (you guessed it) chocolate and jewellery.


Monday, 14 December 2015

7 Inspiring Books for Career Girls

   It's been a fantastic few years for women at the tops of their industries; we've seen dozens of success stories turned into equally successful books, including blogger favourites Sophia Amoruso's #Girlboss and Leandra Medine's Man Repeller.

   But it's not just the bloggers that are dominating the bestsellers lists, women from all roles in the fashion, beauty, entertainment and media industries are making a name for themselves in the literary form. I've rounded up seven of my favourite books to inspire career girls to be the best they can be - check out my list below!

1. Leave Your Mark: Land your dream job. Kill it in your career. Rock social media - Aliza Licht
Aliza Licht -- global fashion communications executive, AKA fashion's favorite 'PR girl' and Twitter phenomenon -- is here to tell her story, complete with The Devil Wears Prada-like moments and insider secrets.
Drawing invaluable lessons from her experience, Licht shares advice, inspiration, and a healthy dose of real talk in LEAVE YOUR MARK. She delivers personal and professional guidance for people just starting their careers and for people who are well on their way. With a particular emphasis on communicating and building your personal brand, something she knows a thing or two about, Aliza is your sassy, knowledgeable guide to the contemporary working world, where personal and professional lines are blurred and the most important thing you can have is a strong sense of self.

2. The Woman I Wanted to Be - Diane von Furstenburg

One of the most influential, admired, and innovative women of our time: fashion designer, philanthropist, wife, mother, and grandmother, Diane von Furstenberg offers a book about becoming the woman she wanted to be. 

Diane von Furstenberg started out with a suitcase full of jersey dresses and an idea of who she wanted to be-in her words, "the kind of woman who is independent and who doesn't rely on a man to pay her bills." She has since become that woman, establishing herself as a global brand and a major force in the fashion industry, all the while raising a family and maintaining "my children are my greatest creation." 

In The Woman I Wanted to Be, von Furstenberg reflects on her extraordinary life-from childhood in Brussels to her days as a young, jet-set princess, to creating the dress that came to symbolise independence and power for an entire generation of women. With remarkable honesty and wisdom, von Furstenberg mines the rich territory of what it means to be a woman. She opens up about her family and career, overcoming cancer, building a global brand, and devoting herself to empowering other women, writing, "I want every woman to know that she can be the woman she wants to be."

3. I'll Drink to That - Betty Halbreich

Betty Halbreich is a true original. Now in her eighties, she has spent nearly forty years at the luxury store Bergdorf Goodman, working with socialites, stars and ordinary women. She has led many to appreciate their real selves through clothes, frank advice and her unique brand of wisdom; she is trusted by the most discriminating persons - including Hollywood's top stylists - to tell them what looks best. But her own transformation from cosseted girl to fearless truth-teller is the greatest makeover of all.
Born into a successful Chicago family, aged twenty Betty married dashing Sonny Halbreich and came to Manhattan, where the couple threw themselves into a whirlwind of long hours, cocktails and Park Avenue parties, living the high life in 1950s New York. However, the marriage began to fray and after two decades came undone completely. Bereft, Betty attempted suicide. As she embarked on the frightening process of reclaiming herself, she was offered a lifeline: a job at Bergdorf Goodman. For Betty, with her innate sense of style and craftsmanship, it was a perfect fit.
Hardworking, elegant, and gifted with sparkling wit and razor-sharp powers of observation, in her amazing life story as in her style guidance Betty Halbreich is never afraid to tell it straight.

4. My Paris Dream - Kate Betts

As a young woman, Kate Betts nursed a dream of striking out on her own in a faraway place and becoming a glamorous foreign correspondent. After college and not without trepidation she took off for Paris, renting a room in the apartment of a young BCBG (bon chic, bon genre) family and throwing herself into the local culture. She was determined to master French slang, style, and savoir faire, and to find a job that would give her a reason to stay.

After a series of dues-paying jobs that seemed only to reinforce her outsider status, Kate s hard work and willingness to take on any assignment paid off: Her writing and intrepid forays into la France Profonde true France caught the eye of John Fairchild, the mercurial fashion arbiter and publisher ofWomen s Wear Daily, the industry s bible. Kate s earliest assignments investigating the mineral water preferred by high society, chasing after a costumed band of wild boar hunters through the forests of Brittany were a rough apprenticeship, but she was rewarded for her efforts and was initiated into the elite ranks of Mr. Fairchild s trusted few who sat beside him in the front row and at private previews in the ateliers of the gods of French fashion. From a woozy yet mesmerizing Yves Saint Laurent and the mischievous and commanding Karl Lagerfeld to the riotous, brilliant young guns who were rewriting all the rules Martin Margiela, Helmut Lang, John Galliano Betts gives us a view of what it was like to be an American girl, learning about herself, falling in love, and finding her tribe.

Kate Betts' captivating memoir brings to life the enchantment of France from the nightclubs of 1980s Paris where she learned to dance Le Rock, to the lavender fields of Provence and the grand spectacle of the Cour Carrée and magically re-creates that moment in life when a young woman discovers who she is meant to be.

5. I'll Never Write my Memoirs - Grace Jones

Born in 1948 into a family of ministers in Kingston, Jamaica, the statuesque and strikingly beautiful Grace Jones lived with her family in Syracuse, NY, before launching a career as a model in New York City. Gaining fame as the cover girl for such publications as Vogue and Elle, Jones's flamboyant look proved to be a hit on the New York City nightclub circuit and she became a darling of the disco scene, which led to a recording contract and a substantial following among gay men. With her sexually charged, outrageous live shows, Grace soon earned the title of 'Queen of the Gay Discos'. 

When she moved to Paris in 1970, the French fashion scene embraced her unusual, androgynous looks and, in addition to cover work, she dominated the runways of designers like Yves St. Laurent and befriended the likes of Giorgio Armani and Karl Lagerfeld. While there, she shared an apartment with Jerry Hall and Jessica Lange and became artist Jean-Paul Goude's muse - he also fathered her son Paulo. (Grace was married twice - to a producer and a bodyguard - and she dated Swedish actor Dolph Lundgren for four years.) 

But with the dawn of the '80s came a massive anti-disco movement across the U.S., leading to Grace Jones focusing on more new wave and experimental-based work, putting her 2½ octave voice to good use. She is as known for her unique look as she is for her music and has influenced the likes of Lady Gaga, Rihanna and Annie Lennox. In the book, Grace takes us on a journey from her religious upbringing in Jamaica to her heyday in Paris and New York in the 70s and 80s, all the way to present-day London, where she is working on a new album.

6. Clothes, clothes, clothes. Music, music, music. Boys, boys, boys - Viv Albertine

In 1975, Viv Albertine was obsessed with music but it never occurred to her she could be in a band as she couldn't play an instrument and she'd never seen a girl play electric guitar.
A year later, she was the guitarist in the hugely influential all-girl band the Slits, who fearlessly took on the male-dominated music scene and became part of a movement that changed music.
A raw, thrilling story of life on the frontiers and a candid account of Viv's life post-punk - taking in a career in film, the pain of IVF, illness and divorce and the triumph of making music again - Clothes Music Boys is a remarkable memoir.

7. Yes Please - Amy Poehler

In Amy Poehler's highly anticipated first book, Yes Please, she offers up a big juicy stew of personal stories, funny bits on sex and love and friendship and parenthood and real life advice (some useful, some not so much). Powered by Amy's charming and hilarious, biting yet wise voice, Yes Please is a book full of words to live by.

Friday, 11 December 2015

This Winter

SUNGLASSES - ASOS (similar here) / SCARF - TOPSHOP (similar here) / TOP - MISSGUIDED (similar here) / SKIRT - H&M (similar here) / BOOTS - MISSGUIDED

   Goodbye, autumn. Goodbye to your fallen leaves, misty skies and September rains. Goodbye to your tan accessories, sheer tights and infinity scarves. Goodbye to your pumpkin spice lattes, cinnamon apple tarts and toasted marshmallows. Goodbye Halloween, Fireworks Night and Thanksgiving. It all seems so far away...

   I shot this about two weeks ago and it was my last outfit of the autumn. I love autumn fashion, and I'm rather sad to see it go - winter doesn't agree with me (especially considering the storms we've been having), nor my skin, nor my hair, nor my mental health. There's something not quite right about being cooped up all day inside, because it's just too damn cold to venture through the front door.

   However, we can only keep our chins up, right? Christmas is just around the corner (think of all the fooooooood), then the January sales, the Valentine's day (and my six year anniversary with my favourite person in the world), then it's practically spring!

   What are you looking forward to this winter?

Wednesday, 9 December 2015

GIVEAWAY: Win 1 of 5 £15 Luxemme Vouchers

   Manchester is leading the way with successful fashion e-commerce brands right now, and new to the internet high street is Luxemme, a young, stylish brand focused on combining effortless Parisian chic with super cool Mancunian street style.

   Their looks are totally wearable, and totally affordable - meaning that you can combine pieces to create a go-to capsule wardrobe for a reasonable price tag. See the look I created with their Alayna Floral Two Piece in an earlier blog post here.

   To save you valuable lunch-hour browsing time, I've created an edit of my favourite pieces currently available at Luxemme. Check out my top six favourites below:

You can win one of five £15 Luxemme vouchers with my giveaway! These vouchers are ideal for giving out to close friends and family at Christmas, or even treating yourself to a gorgeous new outfit! Just enter using the options on the Rafflecopter widget below:

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This giveaway is open to UK residents only. The winners will be contacted within 48 hours of the competition ending. Vouchers will be posted first class to the winners.

Sunday, 6 December 2015

50 Gifts: The Ultimate Blogger Christmas Gift Guide

   Unsure of what to gift the avid blogger in your life? We're not really THAT hard to buy for - anything pretty and functional is acceptable! However, if you're still unsure, here's a foolproof list of 50 fantastic products, from camera equipment and Adobe software to homeware and Instagrammable stationery.

1. Mug, £6.50, Sass & Belle at ASOS
2. Diana F+ Cortina, £89, Lomography
3. iPhone 6 Case, £35, Lulu Guinness
4. Filing Set, £17, Bando at Selfridges
5. Taylor Headphones in Rose Gold, £180, Frends at Urban Outfitters
6. Storm Marble iPhone 6 Case, $36, Zero Gravity
7. Resurrection Aromatique Hand Balm, £17, Aesop
8. Penguin Print Hot Wheatabottle, £18.50, Not on the High Street
9. Beige Pug Ankle Socks, £3, River Island
10. Gold Mac Book Air, £1,049, Apple
11. Marble Notebook, £6, Urban Outfitters x Ohh Deer
12. Taupe Leather Slipper Boot, £25, Rocha John Rocha at Debenhams
13. Lime Basil & Mandarin Home Candle, £45, Jo Malone
14. The Hipster Colouring Book, £8.99, ASOS
15. Pom Pom Key Ring, £7, Oasis
16. Crystal Mini Star Fairy Lights, £8.99, New Look
17. Ice Cream Cups, Price TBC, Meri Meri
18. British Birds Purse, £10, Cath Kidston
19. Mystic Rose Deer Head Money Box, £10, Paperchase
20. Bianca Backpack, £180, Grafea
21. On a Metal Sunglasses, £180, House of Holland
22. Weekly Planner, £15.99, Moleskine
23. Metallic Tattoos, £5, Monki
24. Casey Candle, £6, Monki
25. Watch, £135, Olivia Burton
26. Gloves, £39, Dune
27. Daily Reviving Concentrate, £36, Kiehl's
28. DAB Radio, £169.95, Roberts at John Lewis
29. Cheeky Crab Bracelet, £195, Alex Monroe
30. Platinum Styler gift set, £165, GHD
31. Killer Heels Lipstick Set, £29, NARS
32. Confessions of a Tinderella by Rosy Edwards, £5, Amazon
33. Antelope Ring in Rose Gold, £50, Bill Skinner
34. Juniper Candle, £40, Diptyque
35. Travel Card Holder, £60, Liberty London
36. Mulled Wine Jugs, £14, John Lewis
37. Blending Sponge, £16, Beauty Blender at Beauty Bay
38. Silk Eye Mask, £50, Otis Batterbee
39. Je T'aime Jane Candle, £40, Bella Freud
40. Gypsy Water, £130, Byredo
41. EF 50mm f/1.8 Lens, £80, Canon at Amazon
42. Micke Desk, £60, Ikea
43. Sourdough & Sea Salt Chocolate, £6.25, Pump Street
44. Garance Dore Friends Print, £19.95, Tea & Kate 45. Kinfolk Volume 18, £12.08, Amazon
46. Faux Fur Throw, £70, Next
47. Selfie Mirror Keyring, £5, Topshop
48. The Book of Makeup Magic Advent Calendar, £150, Charlotte Tilbury 
49. Christmas Tea, £8, Whittard
50. Photoshop CC, £8.57pm, Adobe
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