16 Dec 2019

The “What I Want” Gift Guide #2: Dear Santa


We didn’t want to overwhelm Santa.

We did want to impress him with our pink passion though.

If you are still looking for ideas, look no further. xv

Another sweater on our list (yes, also pink), but a more playful one. Featuring stitched pompoms and an oversized fit, the Vika Gazinskaya Bobble-Stick Sweater is perfect for a relaxed daytime look.

This Carolla Frida Cotton Tablecloth is from the same collection as the pillow, designed by Lisa Corti. ‘It’s made from cotton with a floral motif at the centre and checked edges incorporating a contrasting teal blue.’ Who says Christmas feasting can’t be “in the pink”.

Slippers have come a long way. Now they are as much a fashion statement as anything else. These Cashmere Trim Slippers are the best thing to slide into after a long day. Round tipped and light pink, they would fit perfectly under the Christmas tree.

More cashmere? Yes, please. This Lightweight Cashmere Scarf in rose pink looks as pretty as it looks cosy. Such a subtle pop of colour to add to a sleek classy coat.

Did anyone say coat? Because we can see our eyes sparkling. ‘This Gucci coat has been tailored in Italy from wool in a striking Dragonfruit Pink shade which tells a powerful ‘80s tale. Alessandro Michele allows us to wear not just a coat but a ‘dreamy short story.’ In case you feel super extravagant, Santa. You can also find it here.

We’ve come this far without mentioning jewellery. But what good gift-guide is complete without shimmering stones and crystals? These Moonlight Drop Earrings are the embodiment of vintage style sophistication.

Working in front of a computer all day can be hard on the eye. For these two reasons, Santa, we want the Prada Cat-Eye Optical Glasses that be can be fitted with prescription or UV-protective lenses.

Sweets are a must in a gift-guide. Chocolate Truffles packaged in dark pink are mandatory.

We love our make-up. We want it looked after in this Béis Travel Cosmetics Case only in pink sparkle.

We don’t choose a book by its cover. But what if we find one that isn’t only a fascinating read but also beautifully illustrated – and pink? GingerNutz Takes Paris: An Orangutan Conquers Fashion, inspired by the life of a legendary model and longtime creative director of American Vogue Grace Coddington. A must-read, must-have.

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