This Christmas, I feel like it’s all about making life easy when it comes to gift giving. Brands are wising up to the fact that women are increasingly difficult to buy for. Poor Mr. FFG has a heart attack every holiday season trying to figure out what exactly to throw into my stocking or under the tree. Gifting certainly isn’t as easy as it used to be. So when Michael Kors asked me if I’d like to help share the Michael Kors Christmas Wishlist site I jumped at the chance. A place where you can more or less map out your desirables and share for the world to see… yes, please! The site gives four gifting options: Luxurious, Indulgent, Brilliant and Colourful. Click on one of the four and you’re giving a whole host of options for each. As I’m a bit of a rogue fashion lover, I chose something from every category to form my wish list. Conveniently all can be carried together or highlighted as individual items. On my list this Christmas (take note FFG man…):
1. Slim Runway Black-Tone Stainless Steel Watch £329 — I am obsessed with this little man. Perfect for black tie accessorizing with a bit of bling. Seriously chic and a great speciality piece for your wardrobe.
2. Bedford Leopard-Print Hair Calf Clutch £130 — You guys know how much I love leopard and this little clutch is absolutely top of the Christmas Wish List this year. Not only does it work perfectly as a wristlet/wallet, but it also doubles as the perfect clutch. It fits your iPhone, wallet, makeup and keys without any stretch of space at all.
3. Black and White Leopard Print Angora Blend Scarf £115 — There’s nothing like a warm cozy hug for Christmas, and if it’s in leopard all the better!
4. Gold Sutton Python Pattern-Embossed Leather Satchel £310 — I left the most desired item for last. You’re one lucky girl if a loved one places this golden gem under the tree this Christmas.
Now get gift wishing, ladies! Once you create your list you can share on all social networks straight from the site… there’s no harm in letting people know how they can make you smile this holiday season.
This post was written in collaboration with Michael Kors.