Ginnie wears dress, adapted for pregnancy, £449, Ridley London (); boots, Ginnie's own; 'Anna' Trilby, £480, Jess Collett (); Waistcoat, Ginnie's own,
I'd also like to raise a toast to , which has had a transformative year. Of course, its success was due in part to 2019's huge trend for dresses that shows no sign of waning but a brand like Ridley, which can trace every step of its production line and offers complimentary tailored tweaks to your garment of choice, will only continue to prosper as it listens carefully to customers and responds accordingly - their service is excellent.
Rug, £530, Safaa ()
Molly Mahon三级成人视频 is a gorgeous brand to dip into for superb block-print designs, when you want something a little out of the ordinary compared to usual household names. Molly also runs blockprint workshops throughout the year so why not turn your fondness for her work into a passion of your own? If you are in search of that final splash of impact on the soft furnishings front, look no further than . They have perfected the art of recycling hard plastic into sumptuous open fibres. If you love elegant injections of colour and pattern, this should be your new favourite. Finally, head to for ethical interior inspiration. Baskets, rugs and pottery are sourced from talented African artists and designers and transparency lies at the heart of its ethos.
三级成人视频 is one of my most-loved discoveries. Led by Gill Sinclair and qualified pharmacist Shabir Daya, the newsletters are frank and highly informative (famous within the beauty industry for their no nonsense advice) and its search tool means you are guided to products you would never have found without the help of, well, a pharmacist. Their aim is to sort the wheat from the chaff, with hard hitting advice and natural solutions. If you’re interested in switching to organic, take a look at . You'll find vegan products galore here. The site's aim is to show you the very best of green beauty, another movement that will soon become the norm and very much part of your 2020 language.
三级成人视频Mostly, I love the comedy I've found coming from some brands, just to get their message across. I wasn't intending to end this year by recommending a loo paper brand but if there's one that deserves your custom in 2020, for all its green goodness, it has to be . I love an Andrex puppy as much as the next person, but this company contributes 50% of its profits to building sanitation in the poorest areas of the world. This is what conscious consumption is about: a great product for us, and noticeable change for those whose lives can be altered and transformed, for good, by the day to day purchases we make. See you all in 2020!
Striped shirt, £195, ; Red sweatshirt, £70, ; Eye cream, £91,; Temple balm, £13,
Recycled Toilet Paper, £36, Who Gives A Crap (Whogivesacrap.Org); Flamingo hook, £19.95, ; VEJA V-10, £125, ; Vegan brogue shoes, £193,
Virginia Chadwyck-Healey's column appears each Sunday in The Sunday Telegraph and is published online every Sunday at 8am on Telegraph Fashion.
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