Saturday, 20 December 2014

Advent Gift Calendar: Day 20 Monnier Freres

Monnier Freres is a fantastic website where the best brands in accessorises are all grouped together so that it is easy to tick off your Christmas list in one go. Quirky bags, sparkling jewellery, warm scarves and not just small names, we are talking here Anya Hindmarch, Maison Martin Margiela, Stella McCartney and more, everything at prices that will make you an addict to Monnier Freres .
You can see some serious labels here like the "Smile" tote by Anya Hindmarch, the red quilted bag by Moschino and the orange by Kenzo. If you place an order before Monday the 22nd at 11am you will receive your delivery in time for Christmas.
I spy with my eye something by Stella McCartney, and this is not the only one label to look for. Monnier Freres is a heaven for bags lovers and all the must have bags can be found on this Aladdin cave website.
This fabulous knitted rabbit fur snood by Yves Salomon has got the top colours for this winter.It is soft, warm and makes you feel like a Winter Queen. Also it won't be harsh on your neck, sometimes snoods are made with wools that gives you allergy, for example I can't wear mohair, but the knitted rabbit is soft to the touch and you feel fab.
I love those Agnelle gloves, In and Out, they are an exclusive for Monnier Freres with its two tone metallic leather made with lambskin and silk and lined with satin. They are a must on any wish list. The red bags by Zadig & Voltaire are another couple of dreams come true if found under the Christmas tree.



This Marni Horn and  strass cabochon necklace is a wonderful piece of costume jewellery. It is one of those statement pieces that you don't need to add  anything else. It will bring back to life a LBD, or it will glam up a tank top and a pair of black trousers to no end. Don't wait anymore, go online at www.monnierfreres.co.uk and start browsing for a last minute Christmas shopping. Remember to order by 11 am the 22nd of December in order to receive your delivery in time to be put under the Christmas tree.


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