Fox and Star | If there's one stationery brand I always browse, it's Rifle Paper Co. Their botanical themed notepads, diaries and calendars are all dreamy and after collecting quite a few, I cannot help but lust after more. Watercolour flowers and bright patterns are just some of the beautiful designs on offer and Fox and Star is my favourite place to pick these up. If Rifle Paper Co doesn't tickle your fancy then I am also smitten with Mossery and Iconic too.
Anthropologie | I'm the biggest stationery fiend, so every now and again I like to treat myself to some new pieces, Anthropologie being my first port of call. They have so many gorgeous, high quality pieces like this botanical calendar and these flourished monogram journals.
Tiger | For a budget option, I always like to scour the aisles of Tiger to find any high street gems. They usually have a few simple and affordable products to fulfil my obsession. I would definitely recommend checking out their homeware pieces too as they have some amazing finds.
Quill London | When searching for one of my favourite stationery brands, Moglea, I found Quill London; an online store that stocks some of my favourite high end pieces. I have enough notepads to last me for the next ten years, but I always want more to help me plan content, jot down ideas and general thoughts. This Sugar Paper Jotter Pad looks perfect for everyday to-do lists.
John Lewis | John Lewis is just the type of shop that I enter and always fail to leave empty handed and their stationery section is just filled to the brim of dreamy and divine pens, notepads and all things a stationery addict like myself would love. This Busy B Hello 2017 calendar is one of my favourite picks as all of their range is super affordable, yet great quality.
The Paper Parlour | I discovered The Paper Parlour when on the hunt for Rifle Paper Co in the UK, but instead I fell in love with the brands they had to offer. Although I like to buy cheap notepads for everyday use, I do like to invest in nicer, dreamier looking offerings especially for specific jobs and my blog. Kate Spade, MT and Sugar Paper are just a few of the brands that I lust after and I recommend to anybody.
Where do you like to buy pretty stationery?