Wednesday, 22 June 2016


So it finally feels like Summer may be upon us. Well, we may not be having beautiful sunny days one after the other in England, but I can always feel Summers arrival when I start leaving the house without a coat, sleeping with the window open, and when my skin starts to feel a little more dehydrated than usual. 

I have said before, and always will, that keeping your hydration levels up in warmer weather by drinking lots of water is vital. I drink no less than two litres a day, and I can feel the benefits in my skin. However, sometimes drinking water alone isn't enough. Increased exposure to the sun, changes in temperature and humidity, the polluted city air, and the use of air conditioning units pretty much everywhere I go, contribute to the drying out of my skin, leaving it thirsty for something more.

By introducing hydration boosting products into my daily skincare regime, I manage to keep on top of all the obstacles trying to dry out my skin. I was first introduced to Clinique's Moisture Surge Range back in January this year. As a beauty blogger I sample a tonne of skincare products, but have found myself repeatedly reaching for the following products recently, as I love how instantly refreshed, supple and hydrated my skin feels afterwards. 

I start by applying the Clinique Moisture Surge Extended Thirst Relief to my face, neck and décolletage in the mornings, after I've cleansed. Sometimes I apply it over my regular moisturiser, to add extra hydration and help lock in moisture, or sometimes if I'm in a rush or don't want to use too many products on my face, I'll use it alone. After using this, my skin feels immediately quenched. The gorgeous cream-gel formula is unbelievably lightweight and instantly absorbs into the skin. You know how some products leave your skin feeling heavy and almost sticky? After using this, you can't even tell that you've used any product at all, except of course that the skin is beautifully soft and supple. The formula feels so amazing that applying it actually becomes a little addictive! This is actually an updated version of the original Thirsty Skin Relief, with all the primary benefits, only enhanced to deliver hydration faster and prolong it further. The result leaves me with gorgeously soft, hydrated skin, giving me the perfect base for makeup. Dry skin = patchy foundation and nobody wants that! It's also perfect to pop in your handbag and apply over your face during the day when your skin feels a bit tight- the relief is much the same as drinking a nice, cold glass of water when you're thirsty. Oh and speaking of cold, try popping the cream in the fridge before you use it- you'll never have felt so refreshed!

When I'm out and about in London during the day, my skin often needs a little pick me up. There are many facial sprays out there, but many leave skin feeling sticky and clammy, and lots are just plain water, which give an instant relief from dehydration, but don't penetrate the skin to really retain the moisture. The Clinique Moisture Surge Face Spray is essentially a liquid moisturiser in a spray bottle. Unscented and oil-free, the ultra fine mist absorbs super quickly (like, ten seconds!) into the skin with no residue, and doesn't affect makeup at all, so it's the perfect quick fix for on the go when your skin is feeling thirsty. 

For the last couple of months, the Clinique Moisture Surge Overnight Mask has had a staple position in my evening skincare routine. I like to cleanse my face very thoroughly to remove all makeup and dirt from the day, which leaves my skin feeling horribly dry and tight. I love smoothing on a generous application of this gorgeous, creamy mask. Is there a nicer feeling than going to bed with beautiful clean, soft skin? And on top of that, actually waking up with clean soft skin? I never wake up with a dry, dehydrated face after using this, as it hydrates so deeply into the skin. Fragrance and oil free, it's amazing how moisturising the product is, whilst still avoiding being heavy or sticky on the skin. I use this every night, to make sure my skin is always plumped and supple (no one wants to be dry and wrinkly!). Hydrating your skin will not only improve it's current condition and appearance, but also help tackle premature ageing, so I always pay a little more attention to massaging areas that are more prone to dryness and therefore wrinkles, such as my forehead.

As young ladies in 2016, we put a lot of strain on our skin, so it's important to replenish the moisture lost in our busy day to day lives. I would absolutely recommend the Clinique Moisture Surge range as a total staple for skin hydration. Remember, it's not only you that needs a drink when you're thirsty- it's your skin too! 


This post was kindly SPONSORED by Clinique. Find out more about the way I work with brands here.


Saturday, 7 May 2016


Hello my loves, and welcome to April's Style Diary! I'm sorry it's late- May has crept up on me so quickly, but I am just loving how IN to Spring we are and how close we are to Summer! This months chosen outfit has got to be my favourite yet- although I'm pretty sure I say that every time... 

So the weather has been preeeeettyyyyy beaut this month. The sun has finally showed it's gorgeous face, and although there has still been a chill in the air from time to time and we've certainly had our fair share of good old British April showers, it finally feels like we are well and truly leaving Winter behind. I love this time of year. There is such a happiness and excitement in the newly warmer air as the vitamin d soaks into your skin, the days get longer, and you no longer have to worry about piling on the layers so you're not left shivering in the unforgiving cold. This is when it really feels like a new year for me- I'm not one of those who feels motivated by the appearance of January- unless you count feeling motivated to stay in my pyjamas with a hot chocolate watching netflix all day! This is when I really feel inspired to start working harder, eating healthier, being more sociable, ticking all the to-do's off my list, and most of all making the most of each beautiful day. And I just have to mention how bloody stunning London is in the sun. I feel like I complain about it so much and really take this city for granted, and this month has had me stepping back in admiration for this beautiful, special place I get to call home!

As you've probably gathered there's a bit of a Burberry theme going on here. I received this gorgeous scarf from my gorgeous boyfriend this past Christmas. I love it SO much, and it really has become a total staple in my wardrobe that I'm going to be SOOO sad to let go of in Summer- maybe I need to substitute it with one of the lightweight silk summer scarfs?! ;) It is the classic, iconic cashmere Burberry scarf which I've always loved and admired. There is something so timeless about Burberry's classic British heritage style, and the designs, patterns and fabrics are so iconic and universally recognisable as time honoured, elegant, quintessential British fashion. This scarf is the perfect accessory to any outfit, taking it from a two, to a ten out of ten. I've always loved and lusted after these scarves, so naturally I was sooo so happy to receive one for Christmas. But on top of that my sweetheart of a boyfriend got the scarf monogrammed for me with my initials, in none other than my favourite colour, baby pink. Keeping in mind there are nearly forty colours to choose from, a few of them being different shades of pink! And how perfectly does the baby pink blend with the camel brown? He is a boy with taste. 

Moving onto the coat, I also have my boyfriend's good taste to thank, as this is actually his! Whilst a Burberry trench coat is still very much on my wish list, (and once I reach some personal career and financial goals I really hope to be able to treat myself!), it is sadly not in my possession, so he's been kind enough to lend me his. The coat is truly to die for. The honey colour is just perfection and just look at the lining- the way it matches the scarf gives me more fashion satisfaction than I can put into words and yes, I'm aware of how sad that may be! I love how oversized the coat is on me and how I've rolled up the sleeves- I think it actually LOOKS like I'm wearing my boyfriend's coat, which almost adds to my girly, feminine style whilst also breaking it up and making the whole look more relaxed and casual and not over structured or smart. 

I'm dying that we've got this far and haven't even spoken about the dress yet. THE DRESS. I know I say it every time but it really IS one of my favourite things I've ever owned. It is the Palermo dress from Unique 21, a brand I'm only newly familiar with, but this dress fulfils ALL my hopes, dreams, goals and wishes! I'm not over the top at all :) Ok, so you know I feel about blouses, and you know very well how I feel about pleats. Not to mention tight waists with skater skirts and floaty fabrics and generally just the colour white. I swear this dress was made for me- another comment I seem to throw around a lot, you'll get used to it! I just adore the style of this dress, so smart and classy but ultra feminine and also really relaxed too. It's a really unique take on the typical shirt dress, with the gorgeous shirt-esque top half but missing the usual collar, which takes away any masculinity or severity a shirt dress might give. And let's just take a moment to appreciate how gorgeous these pleats are! They are so thin and defined and float so beautifully giving the dress the ultimate feminine and relaxed Spring/Summer feel. It's almost like a schoolgirl tennis dress, which is a look I completely die for! When I was younger I used to wear the American Apparel white tennis skirt to absolute death- until it literally fell apart! I have pretty much been just as addicted to this dress. Cute? Check. Classy? Check. I'm beyond in love and it's earned a staple spot in my wardrobe.

I've kept the look really minimal and classic by accessorising only with black. My bag of choice has been my Michael Kors Jet Set Saffiano Tote bag, which is an old favourite that has been pulled out of hiding for the first time in about a year this month. It's sleek and sophisticated, and I can reply on it to really add to an outfit. I love the shape and the design, it's a classic and incredibly hard wearing as well. 

My shoes are these adorable Chelsea boots from Deichmann. Now many of you may turn your nose up at this brand, as I often do with cheaper shoe brands, but I've been SO amazed by the quality of these boots. I bought these a few years ago, after searching and searching and searching for the perfect pair of boots. You know how fussy I am, and after weighing up style, design and comfort, I found these to be my favourite boots on the high street, but was apprehensive about the £25 price tag for a pair of shoes I planned to wear as every day boots. But they have hardly so much as scuffed. I am in actual awe of how well these boots have maintained themselves. I used to wear these on casting days as a model, which involves a LOT of fast walking around London, and the soles are in perfect condition and the leather (faux) isn't even scratched. Not to mention they  are SO incredibly comfortable when you take the heel height in consideration, and so up there in terms of style. They are really one of the best pairs of shoes I've ever bought, and at a minuscule cost compared to others. 

Finally, I have of course accessorised with my beloved Tiffany & Co sunglasses that I bought in New York last year. They were pretty expensive but so worth it, as I totally adore them and have worn them so much already despite buying them in Winter time! They are the most elegant, stylish black cat eye frames, with the classic Tiffany blue on the inside and dainty little crystal bows on the edges. They are just SO Audrey, classic and beautiful. I bought them from the famous Fifth Avenue 'Breakfast at Tiffany' store and the whole experience was just magical. It's by far the most stunning store I've ever seen, and as I walked out with my little blue bag into the Manhattan sun, all I could hear in my head was the strings of Moon River... I'm getting carried away but I'm so enchanted by Manhattan and it was a real Blair Waldorf moment.   

So to round up of course I need to mention my favourite perfume and lipstick! Perfume of the month has absolutely been Viktor & Rolf's BonBon. It's been one of my absolute favourites for about a year now, but this month I haven't been able to stop wearing it every single day. It is the most beautifully DELICIOUS sweet, divine smell. It's as addictive as sugar, but probably the most refined 'sweet' smell you could ever find. Seriously, just go and smell it. I've also been using the BonBon hair mist, which is amazing as I always spray perfume into my hair because I find that's where the scent lasts the longest, but obviously it isn't great for your hair, so this is the answer to my BonBon prayers!

For lipstick I have been obsessed with one of the Rosie for Autograph lipsticks in the shade Rose Lace. I did a review on Rosie Huntington Whitely's makeup range for M&S, you can read it here, but the lipsticks are so beautiful and incredible quality. They are exactly like the formula of Mac lipsticks, except the packaging is soooo much nicer! Rose Lace is a really gorgeous muted, rosy nude, but it's a lot brighter and bolder than the pinks and nudes I usually wear. As the weathers got nicer I've felt a little more adventurous and whilst this is still quite a tame lip colour for most, for me it's a really nice summery change, and I've been reaching for it every day.

Hope you all had a lovely April! As always you can shop the post either by clicking the links, or the little pictures below :) Let me know you're style inspirations this month or if you've seen anything you think I'll love!
Lots of love,
Freds x


Friday, 1 April 2016


Well hello and HAPPY SPRING! We are officially into my favourite fashion season of the year. While I adore summer, there's something about that feeling you get when the temperature first begins to warm up, and the horrid grey English clouds start to part and the sun finally starts to shine. That feeling when you just about feel brave enough to go bare legs and maybe even ditch the coat- it's exciting! It makes me feel all brand new, and for me it's when it truly starts to feel like a new year. And even better, it's when I can really start to truly express myself through my fashion! Although there are some redeeming qualities to the cold months- capes, cosy jumpers, chelsea boots and tights and cute winter colours- I always feel slightly suppressed during Winter, and it isn't until Spring when I feel really free and can have proper fun with my clothes. 

I bought this incredible dress earlier on in the year, and have been absolutely dying to wear it but haven't had the chance yet, as it's been far too cold to go bare legged, and black tights don't exactly go. But this month we have FINALLY had some decent weather and I've jumped at the chance to wear this every time the sun has come out. Being totally honest? I probably have been a little optimistic about the bare legs, as even though it's been sunny it hasn't always been warm, but I'm honestly so sick of having to match everything with black tights and boots, that dealing with goosebumps and slight shivering has been totally worth it!

So can we just take a moment to appreciate the sheer beauty of this dress I found by some miracle in Miss Selfridge. It was totally sold out online, and I absolutely stalked  it until I finally found it in House of Fraser Oxford Street in my size and I honestly let out a little squeal. You know that moment when there's only one left on the rail, and your heart is racing and you're just praying it's in your size... and it is! Is there any more triumphant a feeling?! And has there ever been a more perfect dress?! You all know how obsessed I am with the Victoriana trend, and I actually can't cope with how gorgeous this is. Just look at all the lace detail, especially the incredible sheer lace sleeves. Not to mention the amazing pintuck detail on the chest, which makes it the ultimate Victoriana dress. And a high neck, which you know is my favourite trend ever, ever, ever. I love how classic and sophisticated the lace and Victoriana style is, but then how cute and sexy it is with the short length and fit and flare style. And then to finish it all off, it has a gorgeous cutout detail at the back, giving it the flirtatious edge it needed to be just the perfect Spring/Summer dress. I can't even explain to you how this dress makes my heart flutter! It was such a great and unique find, and I'm so impressed with Miss Selfridge for creating such a beautiful, designer looking, piece- you do not look at this dress and think High Street at all.

Now for my bag, which is another love of my life. My Michael Kors blossom saffiano tote. I got this at the beginning of last Summer, but it didn't come out to play all that often, as I was so terrified of marking the beautiful baby pink leather. When I saw this bag, it was love at first sight. I'm a fan of Michael Kors bags anyway, I think they are the perfect choice if you want a 'designer/non high street' bag, but don't have the budget for the likes of Chloe or Chanel etc, as they are super stylish and great quality, yet still fairly affordable compared to other designers. I would absolutely say they are worth the money, as they are incredibly durable, especially compared to some other brands I know that sell poor quality bags at similar price points. I have three, a black and a brown which are amazing every day bags, and have lasted me a long time without taking particularly good care of them in the hustle and bustle of a city, and also weighing them down with far too many things, which is really impressive. And of course this one, which is just sooooooo beautiful! When I saw the baby pink with the gold hardware, it wasn't a case of if, but when! It's like the ideal summer handbag, and I'm going to make sure I take it out a lot more this year. Too cute. 

To accessorise I've worn my Pandora rose gold bracelet, which never leaves my wrist. Aside from it having sentimental value, it's my favourite piece of jewellery. I adore the classic, dainty Pandora chain, and the rose gold clasp with the rose gold heart charm adds femininity and a touch of my own style. I love the "mixed metal" with the rose gold and silver together, and it's just so pretty and elegant. I'm also wearing a pearl bracelet, and a little pearl ring- which I have not taken off since I got it because it's so damn pretty- from a brand I just discovered called Ora Pearls, and they have fast become one of my favourite jewellery brands. All of their pieces are so dainty and elegant, and really modernise classic pieces like pearl bracelets and necklaces that are often associated with grandmas! All the pearls are sourced directly from pearl farming communities all around the world, and the jewellery is handmade in London. This ring has been practically glued to my finger, and I am not a ring person at all. It is the tiniest, daintiest, prettiest ring I've ever seen, and instead of making my finger feel short and fat which is the reason I never wear rings, it really elongates my finger and looks so sophisticated and sexy. And the gorgeous little freshwater pearl gives it a girly and unique finish. Paired with the perfect pink manicure, my hands have been totally on point.

On my feet this month have been these total beauties from Kurt Geiger. I love loafers but it can be hard to find really nice ones that strike a good balance between young and classic. These nude patent loafers are the cutest ones I've come across this year! They bring the perfect amount of glamour to the classic style of shoe. I love the little tassels and of course the gold hardware- you can't really see in the photo but the gold bar on the front has the little circles that are on the Cartier love bracelets! They are so classy and go with any Spring/Summer colours! So, so pretty, and once you've broken them in and been through a few blisters, they're pretty comfortable to wear out and about as well. 

For makeup this month I have been sticking to my usual natural, glow routine. I've been adoring the Becca Backlight Filter Primer, it really is incredible and gives your skin the most radiant glow- it's literally like you've melted pearls onto your face! For lipstick I haven't been able to stop using the YSL Rouge Volupte Shine lipstick in the new shade 44. These lipsticks are just gorgeous, and this shade is the perfect pinky nude which you know I love! I wrote a full review on the lipsticks, you can read it here. Perfume wise, I've been loving Coco Mademoiselle by Chanel. I got it for Christmas after wanting it for absolutely ages, and it's so lovely. It's a really light, fresh but sexy fragrance. Youthful sophistication- my favourite :)

I hope you enjoyed this months style diary! Make sure you leave me a comment if you've seen anything you think I'll love, and as always you can shop the post by clicking on the little pictures below. Be sure to follow me on bloglovin to keep up with my blog posts!

Lots of love,
Freds x


Tuesday, 22 March 2016

ysl pretty new shades

It is no secret that Yves Saint Laurent Beauté is one of my absolute favourite high end beauty brands. I remember getting my first ever YSL lipstick. My wonderful boyfriend at the time bought one for me for Valentines Day and my heart honestly skipped a beat! It was one of the Rouge Volupte lipsticks in the shade 01 Nude Beige, and is still to this day one of my forever favourite lipsticks. 

The Rouge Volupté shine lipsticks are honestly plucked from girls dreams. They have the most perfect "oil-in-stick" formula. They are made up of sixty-five percent oil, and are packed with gorgeous, nourishing ingredients such as macadamia butter and pomegranate, so they leave your lips feeling so ubelievably silkly smooth and moisturised, and actually help improve the condition of your lips over time. The consistency is honestly sooooo beautiful, and the lipstick actually melts onto your lips so it glides on perfectly and smoothly. To say they are so moisturising, they are also really well pigmented, and the perfect amount of glossy, making your lips look incredibly full, healthy and sexy. Infused with YSL's signature mango scent, and obviously in without doubt the most beautiful (instagrammable!) packaging out there, these lipsticks are nothing less than perfect! And YSL have just released twelve new shades, two of which are the most gorgeous pinkish nudes, yay! I have seven out of the twelve beautiful shades here, and I have to say it's an amazing range of colours, from bright, flirty summer pinks, to statement 'red carpet' glamour reds, circling back of course to those effortlessly chic pretty nudes that I just love. 

From left to right, we have 48 Smoking Plum, 45 Rouge Tuxedo, 52 Trapeze Pink, 51 Rose Saharienne, 43 Rose Rive Gauche, 41 Corail a Porter, and 44 Nude Lavalliere. As you can imagine, the latter has hardly left my lips since I got these through the post! The subtle pink makes the perfect Spring shade, and the glossy finish makes my lips look so full and luscious! Also it's worth mentioning that '47 Beige Blouse' is also gorgeous, another pink-nude shade I've acquired since taking these photos. The brighter pinks and reds are also amazing if you want a slightly bolder colour but don't want a totally in-your-face, statement lip, as the colours come out quite sheer, so perfect if like me, you aren't too brave with bold colours. 

These lipsticks really are a dream come true. I haven't yet come across a lipstick that makes me feel as special and proud whipping it out of my handbag to reapply! They are on the more expensive side, but they really are the perfect little treat to yourself, and also a lovely thing to add to your grown up birthday list. Let me know your favourite shade in the comments! 

Lotsa love,
Freds x


Monday, 29 February 2016


Hey my sweets, and welcome to my February Style Diary! I've been so excited to post this, as my January Style Diary got such a great response! I'm really looking forward to carrying on this series. How is it March already? This year is flying by already, but I can't say I'm unhappy about it, because the sooner we leave this freezing cold weather behind the better if you ask me! I've been fairly uninspired by Winter clothes this year. I've found a few outfits that I totally love, like January's style diary outfit and todays, but in general there hasn't been very much in stores that have grabbed me, and combined with having to wear black tights with everything and layer up, Winter is definitely my least favourite fashion season. I'm so happy all the SS16 is coming out! However, like I said there have been a few Winter outfits that I've loved wearing and have continued to allow me to stay true to my style despite the season, and the outfit I've chosen for my February style diary definitely deserves credit for that!

I'll start with the top. To say I'm obsessed with the Victoriana trend would be an understatement. I remember when I first started seeing the style here and there in high street stores, I think around the end of Summer, and I was SO happy and excited. Finally, a trend I could latch on to that I already really loved and was SO my style. And I've pretty much lived in Victoriana tops this season, as they are still pale and pretty and super feminine, but also have that really Wintery feel. My most worn top this month has been this one from Topshop. I love how beautifully detailed this top is, and yet it remains the perfect level of understated. Ultra feminine and classy,  and perfectly on trend, this completely fits the criteria to be one of my wardrobe staples- the perfect combination of 'Cute and Classy'. It looks so sleek and chic with black skin jeans and boots, and really cute and girly with high waisted skirts. I LOVE VICTORIANA TOPS.

Next in the ensemble I have this gorgeous Warehouse suedette skater skirt. Another trend I really enjoyed last year and have continued to love in 2016. I love how suede/suedette has filtered into pretty much everything- skirts, dresses, tops, coats, AND all different styles, so you can carry on wearing whatever it is you would usually wear, but it transforms and becomes super current when you inject an 'on-trend' fabric. I'd been seeing a lot of suedette body con skirts, which I have liked and embraced, but what I really like is a skater skirt. So when I saw this beauty in Warehouse I knew I had to have it, and I've worn it to death this month. It is so incredibly wearable, and the gorgeous versatile taupey-grey colour goes with absolutely everything. Smart-casual and neutral, but with a nod to the seasons current fashion, it's the perfect skirt. Plus it has two pockets which is amazing, and fits so well. 

Now I'm so excited to show you the new love of my life- my Kurt Geiger Saffiano London Tote bag. I've been using this as my every day bag since I got it at the beginning of the month, and I've been absolutely loving it. It is the most beautiful neutral taupe colour, that honestly changes colour depending on the light and what colours you are wearing. I adore the structured style, and the pretty gold hardware with the buckle details. It is the ultimate 'city girl' bag, and looks amazing with every outfit I've worn it with. Cute and classy... check! I'm so fussy when it comes to bags, but I am totally in love with this one. 

Barely leaving my feet this month, are my absolutely beautiful Hudson ankle boots. These are utterly timeless. I love the all over sleek black suede and the subtle flared heel. They fit in really nice and tight on the ankle and so look so incredible with black tights. They are the epitome of sophistication and add such a subtle but stylish flare to any outfit. So understated and yet unique- a classic boot that will never go out of style. Absolutely love these.

On my lips this month has been Charlotte Tilbury's K.I.S.S.I.N.G lipstick in Nude Kate. It has such a perfect consistency- super creamy but really long wearing- matte but not TOO matte. It never dries my lips out and sometimes I forget I even have it on, which is a great sign, as my lips get really dry and most lipsticks I end up just wiping off. I love this colour aswell- it's a really sophisticated nude that goes with everything. And CT packaging is to die for, so it's always a favourite to whip out of my bag. 
My perfume of choice this month has been YSL's Black Opium Nuit Blanche- which just launched this month but I previewed back in November and completely fell in love. How can I explain this fragrance to you!? Well to begin with it is totally unique- I have quite literally never smelt anything like it. "NUIT BLANCHE translates to ‘White Night’, a night in Paris once a year when rock chicks take control and make the city their playground until dawn." A beautiful white coffee frangrance, it has this magic combination of floral and musky, and sweet but incredibly sexy. I get so many compliments when wearing it, and it's probably become one of my all time favourites. 

I hope you enjoyed this months style diary! As always you can shop the post by clicking on the little pictures below. Let me know if you bought anything or have seen anything you think I'd love in the comments section :) 

Lotsa love,


Saturday, 27 February 2016

mothers day gift guide

So it's the time of year where we all like to treat our mummy's to a little special something, to remind them of how much we love and appreciate them, and I've put together a little collection of perfect presents at different price points to give you some inspiration!

First I have these Oliver Bonas cuties. Oliver Bonas has so many unique quirky little gifts so it's definitely worth checking out their website or store, but these were my favourites. I loved  the cute packaging on these Pink Fizz Cocktail bath salts and they smell gorgeous aswell. While searching for the links for the post, I've since realised they also do Gin & Tonic bath salts, and I'm definitely going to go and pick these up before Sunday as my mother is very partial to a G&T! Then below, I have this cute jar of matchsticks. (I can't seem to find these online but they had absolutely loads in Oliver Bonas with all different colours and designs.) My mum is the type of person who needs to have every detail of the house perfect, the type of person who just doesn't accept a normal box of boring matches! She has a jar of these long, white and blue coloured matchsticks in an old fashion jar in our duck egg blue lounge, so I knew she would love these assorted matches for our pink kitchen! I think they are such a cool, unique little gift, and perfect for someone who loves homewares and likes to go the extra mile. If you have lovely things in your house, it makes all the normal, every day tasks, like lighting a candle, that much more enjoyable! 

I only recently discovered Pixi Skincare and have been really enjoying using some of the Skintreats line, especially the famous Glow Tonic and the Glow Mud Cleanser. I've found the products to be really gentle yet effective on my skin, and I really love the use of Botanical ingredients. I thought the Skintreats Rose Oil Blend Nourishing Face Oil would be a perfect gift for the lady you want to spoil on Mothers Day. If yours are anything like mine, they are obsessed with skincare and always happy to receive and try new things that might make them look a little bit less like a mummy ;) This oil is infused with youth-preserving and botanical ingredients to leave skin feeling perfectly nourished, soft and hydrated, with 'improved elasticity and a youthful glow'. And it smells of Rose. And it's in a pretty pastel bottle. That'll be all!

Now for a little accessory gift. I came across this little purse in Accessorize and thought it was sooo beaut. I love the little cut out details and the scallop edging, and of course the baby pink faux leather and gold hardware. Pink and gold really is my current favourite combo! I thought the clip frame style with all the little cutout and scallop details made it very Parisian and classy, and a purse anyone would be proud to pull out of their handbag. So pretty! (And can we just appreciate the card I've got for my mum, haha!)

Now for a total classic, on the more expensive side, but one you can never go wrong with- who doesn't lust after that iconic cream box with the black bow? The Jo Malone colognes are so strong that you literally only need one spray, so they last forever and they have the most incredible range of scents. I've chosen White Lilac and Rhubarb, which is actually an old Limited Edition fragrance. Jo Malone have launched the 'Archive Collection' which is exclusively sold at their Regent Street store, and contains some of the brands past and most loved discontinued scents. Very exciting for Jo Malone lovers, but if you can't make it to Regent Street before Sunday, there are still so many gorgeous scents online to choose from. Any lady would just love to open this up on Mothers Day, so if you do have a bit more to spend, I would highly suggest one of these beautiful colognes. 

I thought I would include a more personal gift, as it is a day dedicated to celebrating our mothers, or mother figures, and how much we love them. I found this BEAUTIFUL photo frame in Paperchase. They also had it in white which was so gorgeous aswell, and I might go back for it for myself, but I knew my mum would love this pink one. The resin roses are so detailed and pretty, and the colour is stunning. You could give her the empty frame to fill herself, or you could pop in an old photo of the two of you for a really lovely personal touch. I love this photo of me and my mum <3 

For the mumma that loves her makeup, I thought Benefit's Posie Tint was perfect! One of Benefit's classic, this lip and cheek tint gives you the prettiest poppy-pink glow, and is really quick and easy to use for the mum that's always a busy bee like mine! The packaging is gorgeous and the product is so pretty and natural it's hard not to love. Finally, and you've probably noticed them scattered around the photos, are these beautiful little biscuits from Fortnum and Mason. Again, annoyingly I can't find these online, but if you can pop to a store they have so many different ones! I thought these were such a cute little gift as they came in a lovely little jar and are so pretty and intricately decorated... And as I took them out of the jar to photograph I could hardly put them back in and give them as a present... So we ate them, and they were absolutely delicious.

I hope you enjoyed this post and got some inspiration if you were stuck for ideas for what to buy for Mothers Day. Please share the post if you found it useful! As always, everything mentioned can be shopped below. Let me know in the comments what you bought for your mum, and don't forget to give her a big kiss and cuddle and tell her you love her! They don't get tired of hearing it :)

Lots of love,
Freds x

© Freddy My Love. All rights reserved.
Blogger templates by pipdig