Since going out with Ben, I’ve developed a love of amber. He has family in Suffolk, and in Suffolk they have a lot of amber.
Amber is like little chunks of solidified sunshine. Well, that’s not entirely true – amber comes in a lot of different colours, including the familiar Jurassic Park orangey yellow, but also green, gold, red…
The Natural History Museum has had this necklace for sale for quite a while now, and every time I visit their museum shop, I covet it. The little cubes are beautiful, and they different colours show off amber to their full effect. Shame about the £100 price tag, but really, it deserves it -
I saw someone wearing the above in a bus this morning.
The question is: where are my monopoly shoes??
I have a new teapot. So clearly, I need this. I’m sure you all understand.
From the V&A shop, £45
I really want some proper bookcases.
I’m definitely a boots-girl. They just make your feet feel cosier: especially important in this cold, wet British January limbo.
I have several pairs of boots – some made for walking, some really, really not. But despite my boot collection, I have a straying eye, and always lust after more boots. Like these gorgeous beauties from Very.co.uk:
But yes. I don’t need any more boots. So I won’t be getting them. Sigh!