Weekly Wishlist #6
The pyjamas you'll want to snuggle down in all winter, a Toteme T-Lock dupe and the best knitwear with 40% off...
This week we’ve got bags, we’ve got boots and we’ve got coats and jackets by the bucketload! Sometimes there’s a bit of a theme to these, or they are all saved screenshots I’ve found online, but this week is just a hodge podge of things I’ve stumbled across that I’ve thought ‘DAMN, I need to share this with the Substack crew!!!’. So allow me to present to you 10 items that I’m extremely close to adding to my basket…
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ARKET Flannel Pyjama Shirt* (I’d order this in a M)
I’m not sure I’ve shared pyjama links on the wishlist before and to be honest it’s not a category I buy often because I’m quite happy with what I already own (a mix of Organic Basics t-shirts and shorts and ARKET, American Vintage and Lululemon tracksuits). But if I was to make a PJ purchase anytime soon it would be these. I feel like these are a good ‘pop ‘em on the Christmas list’ pick too. The flannel texture makes them nice and cosy for a toasty evening in front of the TV.
MANGO Strapless Denim Top* (I’d order this in a M)
We’re about to enter ‘AND WHAT THE HELL DO I WEAR TO THAT!?’ festive party season, so I’ve been keeping a look out for tops that feel sort of party-ish, but aren’t too seasonally specific and something that you’ll wear able to wear year round, and I feel like this top could be it!! It’s a blank canvas for you to pile on a red lip, leather trousers, a statement boot, a cute little sparkly bag - whatever you fancy. But it’s also plain enough to be worn with a relaxed wide leg denim and flip flops in the summer. Plus it’s not too pricey.
MANGO 100% Leather Trench Coat* (I’d order this in a M)
I’m having a bit of a ‘my wardrobe is extremely boring’ moment and that’s because, well…. it is!!! Ha! I’ll write a Substack on it soon, but it's something that I’m trying to think about more when I make my purchases; so making sure that I’m stocked up on my basics, but that I have some more fun pieces in my wardrobe too. This is something that would fall into the fun category for me in that it’s a classic shape, it’s black, but it’s in an unexpected texture. I just think it’s really cool, which makes me feel very uncool to say. If it’s a brown one that you’re after this one from Massimo Dutti* looks lush, and I’d recommend checking out the preloved market too.
Ok but why is Jigsaw slapping SO HARD this season!? Their new-in section is full of gems, including this bag which has a bit of Toteme T-Lock Bag* feel about it, don’t you think? It’s a good type of bag to have in your collection because it still looks small enough for evening plans, but also big enough for the day if you’re out and about and don’t need your laptop with you. Plus love a bag that you can just sling over your shoulder and have both hands free. Zip pocket AND gold detailing?! I’m here for it.
Jigsaw Cloud Cashmere Eldon Jumper* (I’d order this in a M)
I found this jumper whilst responding to a question in my style dilemmas post from a reader who was looking for a brown knit but wanted something that was a little more exciting than just a crew neck and whilst I found some other chunkier cable knits, I really like the look of this one. It’s simple with a small flare in the sleeve and a low mock-neck, but it’s those little touches that make it feel more elevated. Imagine this with some straight leg long length jeans and a pointed black boot!? YES PLEASE.
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