Weekend shopping fix: astrology t-shirts, cashmere beanies and cool tableware
IMAGE.ie’s picks of the best buys of the week
Looking for a shopping fix? Here’s the best of what’s new this week.
Written in the stars knitwear
Cult Parisian brand Sézane want you to wear your zodiac on your sleeve with their new Horoscope collection. Pair your zodiac tee with a tailored blazer and high-waisted jeans for extra French points.
A post-Christmas face-fixer
Still not settling into your make-up routine after a long Christmas break minus foundation? Wondering how to make your face look awake again for video calls with the least amount of effort? Answer: Bobbi Brown Crushed Shine Jelly Sticks, €28. Infused with fruit oils and hyaluronic acid, they come in six universally flattering shades for a vibrant pop of moisturising colour that glides on.
The winter walk essential
On Friday, Zoë Jordan launched a new collection of beanies as part of her Tramuntana collection, inspired by mountain life. Available in five colourways (Asphalt, Black, Dawn Pink, Ocean and Sierra), they’re 70% wool and 30% cashmere and a chic addition to your winter walk wardrobe.
Add a touch of Scandi simplicity to your dinner table with Broste Copenhagen’s winter-warming tableware, inspired by the shells on the seafloor.
The book you’ll wish you read sooner
Launched last week, Naked: Ten Truths to Change Your Life by Irish author Caroline Foran, is the perfect new year’s read. Written in the same direct, forthcoming style of her previous self-help books, Owning It and The Confidence Kit, Naked challenges the unhelpful behaviours and avoidant habits that only tend to aggravate our anxieties. Caroline explains how her ten simple and rational truths can free you up for a more relaxed and contented life. You can buy it here, or from your local independent bookshop. – Lauren Heskin, Digital Editor
Photography by Jason Lloyd Evans.
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