So it's that time of year again where the turkey's defrosting in the conservatory (well I hope it has by now) and the presents are wrapped under the tree. I guess each year I feel slightly less excited about the festive season, but after a stressful first term, Dec 25th is somewhat more appreciated this time around. Here's a few things that would take pride of place on my ultimate Christmas list (as none of my relatives really read this blog, I will have to use Christmas funds to buy these myself)!
The things I am most likely to blow any Christmas money and my next student loan payment on - Tom Brown Satchel, Galibardy ring, Asos Lace Maxi, Meadham Kirchoff silk slip, COS jumper, Cherry Red Doc Martens, 'K' initial mug, Luella's Guide to English Style
I may have to live off baked beans for a bit, but wow look at my new... - Whistles lace dress, Whistles leather skater skirt, YSL ring, Jeffrey Campbell platforms, Marc by Marc Jacobs laptop case, Anywho coatigan, Kenzo book, Paul Smith keyring
I might just need to be reincarnated as a millionaire for these items - 3.1 Phillip Lim tunic, Mulberry Bayswater Bag, House of Holland Paris jumper, Acne floral maxi skirt, Burberry Cocoon Coat, Claire English Bubble Blower necklace, Viktor and Rolf platforms, Canon 500D camera
Of course presents aren't everything; I will probably be spending the day teaching my sister how to knit, eating ridiculous amounts of turkey and attempting to understand what's going on in Eastenders. I hope everyone has a fantastic and fun Christmas Day!
P.S The winner of the House of Holland Citights giveaway is the lovely Harriet!* I will be sending you an e-mail very soon and sorting out your prize with Cheeky Legs (remember I have a discount code for the site IWYK10 offering 10% off everything, so you can still get your Citights fix). Thanks to everyone who entered; I am definitely going to try and brainstorm some more exciting competitions for 2011!
*SMALL PRINT: The winner was chosen using my handy Excel spreadsheet and random.org. Any relevant tweets and comments were counted in the final number in the order they were posted.