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closing the chapter on january – the shopping edit

31th January 2022

I know what you’re thinking…

‘You’ve only just opened this chapter Lydia. How is it already time to close it?!’

Trust me dear reader, I thought the very same thing.

But such is life when you don’t start blogging about January until the end of January, so roll with me on this one pretty please and I’ll add a few more pages next month!

With that in mind, given that the idea behind this post came up a lot in your feedback (thank you so much to those of you that sent in suggestions once again) I’ve decided to dedicate the last post of each chapter to wrapping up everything I’ve fallen in lust with this month, so that you can find all of my favourite things in one place… should you wish to treat yourself (or others) that is. 

Without further ado therefore, may I present to you chapter one’s shopping edit… 

In the dressing room…

In the home…

In the garden…

In the gym…

I think that’s everything. Cue chapter two…

PS. Missed chapter one’s behind the scenes? Catch up on what I’ve been up to here.

 

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