Although it’s still November, and we’re yet to tuck into our first mince pie of the season, here in the world of magazines we’ve already got an eye the Christmas decorations that we’d like to invest in this year.
To get an idea of what’s in store, we headed along to the John Lewis preview to see what the high street favourite has planned for the festive seaon. From woodland-inspired looks to glistening ice-toned shades, here are some of our favourite looks looks from the Yuletide collection.
One of the biggest Christmas looks this year, John Lewis’ ‘Folklore’ trend is inspired by a traditional Eastern European Christmas. Look out for lovely hand-embroidered decorations, soft textures and sprigs of berries and foliage.
Strewn with twinkling lights, peacock feathers and diamante baubles, embrace glittering ice-toned shades this Christmas with this Russian-inspired look.
INTO THE WOODS
We love the swathes of greenery and little embellished insects in this woodland-inspired collection. It’s reminiscent of the rugged landscape and traditional folklore found in rural Ireland.
Quirky and oh-so fun, this bright and bold collection draws on the vibrancy of Peruvian festivals. And we adore the pom-pom garlands as an alternative to ribbon or tinsel!
Sleek and grown-up, the Mitsuko collection features plenty of gold, siver and copper hues, interlaced with art deco fans and hexagonal shapes. It also nods to the ancient art of shadow puppetry.