A week's worth of happy socks
Beat the January blues with happier feet.
Designer Giles Deacon has collaborated with Happysocks to release a limited edition 'Week's Worth Of Socks' with a cheery design for every day of the week. Available for 70, at Selfridges (www.selfridges.com)
Underwear fit for a Queen
HAVE an underwear drawer fit for a Queen.
As corsetiere to Her Majesty, Rigby & Peller are tops for fancy pants and budget-busting bras.
But now they are branching out with a new range of everyday underwear, Essensuals. It features three shapes - bikini brief, g-string and boy short - available in black, white or nude.
And prices are affordable - 15 a pair at www.rigbyandpeller.com
Put a waterfall in your wardrobe
Flattering, fashionable and feminine, the waterfall cardigan is the latest wardrobe must-have.
It goes over just about everything - and hides a multitude of Christmas sins!
Discount fashion chain Store Twenty One have this one in stock for 15 in white, plum or black.
Go chunky for spring
Chunkier heels will be making their mark on the spring fashion scene.
These fabulous stone-coloured strappies from Jones The Bootmaker on Sheffield's The Moor are very similar to those seen on designer catwalks.
They cost 85 and will be in store in February.
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