Five Things

18.03.15

Five things I’m loving lately…

01Besides the cutest accessory seen here on our couch, the chill in the air has recently had me add two more things. I’ve never been a faux fur kind of gal, but for some reason I couldn’t go past the oversized Grobi Bear Throw from Freedom, that is pictured above with a Cubus Cushion from Country Road.

02When it comes to clothes, it’s common knowledge that it’s worth investing in quality. The two long sleeve tops for Sunday pictured above are from Oishi-m, and are going to be so handy (and cute!) in the cooler months. I can tell from feeling the fabric that the tops are going to be indestructible for toddler play time, and I love the ‘hand made’ vibe from the eclectic mix of fabrics used in the range. The brand also stocks the cutest range of footwear for little ones, such as these Adidas classics.

05Chocolate milk has never been so tasty! We were recently sent a little sample pack from Fanks – it’s a Milk Mix with no artificial nasties, gluten, nuts, eggs, wheat and yeast. A treat sweetened with 100% natural Natvia that is perfect for little ones – and I found it delicious too!

04I recently had my make up done for a shoot in my home (more on that exciting day later), and I was introduced to the magic of the Napoleon Auto Pilot Skin Primer. I’ve since learnt that Napoleon says: “Not to Prime is a Crime!” True dat! My skin feels hydrated and smooth, giving it a really good base for foundation.

03Kate from Maurice + King was one of my first online ‘blogging friends’ made 5 years ago, when I first launched Sunday Collector. I now keep in contact with Kate via Instagram, following her travels from Australia to now see her settling in the UK with her sweet little family. It was happy mail time yesterday when these cute paper napkins arrived all the way from H+M in London town – Kate clearly knows my taste too well.

I hope you are all having a great week,

Briar x

 

2 comments

  • Belinda

    Hi, i love the 2 teired trolley/cart/side table thing in the 1st picture! Where about is that from? ;)
    Thanks

    • admin_briar

      Hi Belinda, It’s called the Block Table by Normann Copenahgen. Quite a few different places sell them if you google it, I bought mine from Nordic Fusion.

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