Here are 11 of the best stationery items to help you start afresh start this September
15th Sep 2020
At IMAGE we are stationery devotees – here is our edit of the best stationery items to buy for a fresh start this month
September always signals a fresh start.
It’s back to school time, holidays are over and the seasons are changing. While this year might feel weird and wobbly and not so wonderful, stationery is a great help with feeling more energised.
Whether it’s for a to-do list for housework, goals for the next four months, or just a way to journal your thoughts, buying a new notebook or set of pens gives us a clean slate.
Paperchase and Ban.do created wonderful ranges of colourful and joyful stationery accessories at great prices, while Brown Thomas and Choosing Keeping are our top choices for something a little more luxurious.
However, our favourite is the personalised stationery by AThingCreate on Etsy. The gorgeous notepads can be personalised from skin tone to hair colour and would make a beautiful gift.
11 of the best
Write On! Pen set, €15.20 at Ban.do
Riviera geo orange ruled notebook, approx €8.66 at Paperchase
Monograph brass ink ball pen, €15.74 at Brown Thomas
Mother of Pearl celluloid pen tray, approx €37.95 at Choosing Keeping
Working From Homee sitting in stripes personalised stationary by AThingCreate, €21.96 at Etsy
Kate Spade tackle box, €27.99 at ASOS
Hana 8×10 list book, approx €12.99 at Paperchase
Take Note! Tab notes, approx €15.73 at Ban.do
Kate Spade stapler in gold dot, €22.99 at ASOS
Rough draft notebook set, approx €15.20 at Ban.do
Royal Blue Leather small pencil case, €43.36 at Choosing Keeping
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