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1. Next ribbon gold touch lamp 2. Amara wire candlestick 3. Next brass effect metal pendulum clock 4. Next dark orchid and patchouli diffuser 5. Next dark orchid and patchouli candle 6. Next faux coral sculpture 7. Amara vase 8. Amara brushed brass deco tray 9. Next ‘Jay’ coffee table
Ever wondered what it’s like to live in Canary Wharf? There’s something so fascinating about London’s famous business district – suits and skyscrapers, but also modern art, museums, shopping and top-notch restaurants. Canary Wharf station is a swift nine-minute journey from Stratford or Waterloo on the Jubilee line. If the weather’s good, hop on the Clipper or take the DLR for a scenic route through London’s East.
There’s more than one way to make a casual outfit look chic. There’s the usual suspects: fancy shoes, designer handbag, red lipstick, that’ll take the ‘blah’ out of your look. The simplest way to make a statement is with a stylish shoe and although sneakers can sometimes come across too casual, this pair I’m wearing is anything but basic. A great alternative, and more affordable to Gucci. No wonder Instagram is overflowing with outfit shots featuring, you guessed it, these Russell & Bromley trainers.
Prevention is better than cure, and I’m sure you’ve heard that at least a handful of times before, but when it comes to our skin we want a product to do both. As a digital influencer I have access to plenty of potions and lotions, but it’s this skincare advice that my mother passed down that helped me stop wrinkles and dark spots caused by UV in their tracks.