For some reason it’s us girls who get the rep of being shopaholics but I’m here to say that as much as I love retail therapy my husband is the KING of shopping. This is the result of a two day spree including his birthday present watch by Tudor.
We’ve gone through a closet purge lately and donated a lot of Matt’s old tees including having to throw away his worn to death striped favourite. The Burberry cotton tees are made from a soft thick cotton with logo embroidery in bright red. Like me he prefers investing in luxe basics so I’m sure these will be key in his casual wear repertoire.
With Deisel’s only the brave and Chanel Allure as Matt’s preferred fragrances chasing a new one was more of a mission than I liked. Especially because the stuffy perfume department of Harrods is filled with store members spraying you at every turn so your nose, mouth and eyes are overpowered with options. The Acqua Di Parma, Oud is described on the Acqua Di Parma website as having “Fresh, vibrant notes of Colonia and the warm, deep notes of Agarwood”.
Tom Dixon candles are unequivocally amazing, the fragrance and the packaging make them a firm favourite in our home and there is something undeniably masculine about the ‘Alloy’ candle. The hexagonal aluminium vessel comes with a machined lid which doubles as a stand once the candle is lit.