Wednesday 25 November 2020

The Best Festive Socks & Mugs

Christmas Mugs and Socks

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If I was going to guess what I'd be known for, novelty socks and mugs probably wouldn't be high up on my list, but after lots of questions about my collection, I thought I'd just dedicate a whole blog post to my favourite finds. 

I picked up these Fleece Lined Fairisle Socks the other week and they'e so great if you want to be a slipper person, but struggle to keep them on your feet. They've got the softest inside and they look great too - I'm sure you'll be seeing them on my Instagram a lot in the weeks to come.

If you're looking for similar socks to the ones I shared in the photo above then I found some Christmas Pudding Socks from SockShop. Although they're on the pricey side, they do look pretty similar and cosy too. 

I personally think these Fir Tree Winter Socks are adorable, not only because they're more on the understated side, but because they can be worn throughout the year without getting any funny looks. I would opt for the navy option, but the burgundy looks great too. 

As soon as I saw this Baby It's Cold Outside Glass Mug I knew that I had to share because it's absolutely dreamy. Imagine having your coffee, tea or a hot chocolate with all the toppings in it - so cute! 

If you're wondering where most of my mugs are from it is Asda! Most of them sell out super quickly online, so if you're in the UK and near a shop, then I would recommend popping in to have a look. My Christmas pudding and gingerbread house mugs are from there and they have some accompanying gravy jugs and cookie jars to go with them too. 

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