3 Things to share that bring comfort…
First and foremost, I want to say a huge thank you to everyone who has sent emails, cards, flowers, voice-notes etc. regarding my Dad’s sudden passing. Your words of comfort, advice on grief and your love and support have been incredible. I will be forever grateful for your kindness at such a difficult time.
Recent weeks have been spent with family coming to terms with our loss and wishing desperately that my Dad could be back with us. Thanks to my understanding clients, my work-life has taken a back seat and I have spent little time thinking about style and beauty. However, I do want to share, relatively small things, that are making me feel a little better in the hope they may do the same for you whatever you may be struggling with right now. Enjoy!
Using…Sukin Cleansing Oil
I picked this up in Boots, knowing nothing about the Sukin brand. The label said ‘super greens’ …I was sold! I started using it 2 weeks ago and I absolutely love it. If you are new to cleansing oils you are in for a real treat. It contains a mix of sunflower and grapeseed oil together with a whole host of super greens which leaves your skin feeling smooth and hydrated. The Sukin brand believes everything needed to nourish our skin can be found in nature, and that is what they deliver - ingredients from nature that are good for you, your wallet, and the environment too. What’s not to love?
As I’m not spending much time in Kingston, my fitness regime has taken a back seat. I am, however, making sure I take long walks every day. My go-to jumper for these walks is this black cashmere roll-neck from Uniglo. It works with boyfriend jeans, cigarette trousers and, when we eventually get dressed up again, will look fabulous with wide leg trousers. I have worn it so much I have ordered it in navy and cream too. It is currently on sale for £59.90 making cashmere an affordable choice. In terms of style I recommend sizing down for the perfect fit.
Cherishing…my Katie Mullally necklace
This was a Christmas gift from my parents – it is a double coin necklace that represents both my English and Irish heritage. Katie Mullally is an exceptional designer. Her jewellery combines vintage pieces with modern bespoke design and comes in both silver and gold. You can see her full collection here. All pieces are quirky, eclectic, and individual – you will be spoilt for choice. I hope, if you decide to invest in a piece of Katie’s jewellery, you love and cherish it and it always brings you joy.
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