Fabulous Christmas gift ideas: Classic woman
Saturday 03 December 2011
1. Opera glasses, £35, National Gallery shop
2. Cire Trudon Louise Brongniart bust candles, £66.50 each, Selfridges;
Givenchy buckle scarf, £170, Liberty; stand, £15, John Lewis
3. Christian Lacroix notebook, £29.95, Fenwick
4. La Perla body, £109, Fox & Rose
5. 'Friends, Lovers, Husbands' mini address book, £14.50, Liberty
6. Pure wool mohair throw, £95, Roullier White
7. Silk dressing gown, £475, Agent Provocateur
8. Specialized Globe bicycle, £599, Specialized Concept Store
9. Cameo cross stitch, £24.95, Liberty
10. Bag, £27, Fenwick
11. Suede pumps, £129, Pretty Ballerina
12. Knit Your Own Pom Pom Scarf, £64, Toft Alpaca
13. Flamigni Pasticceria Assortita box, £21.99, Selfridges
14. 'Diana Ross: The Greatest', £8.99, Amazon
15. Sequinned jacket, £170, Comptoir des Cotonniers
16. Mulberry 'Lily with Gems' embellished suede bag , £850, Net-a-Porter
17. Jonathan Saunders for Smythson Soho diary, £295, Net-a-Porter
18. Azalea pot, £13, Marks & Spencer
19. Erdem dress, £810, Browns
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