It's Who What Wear's Editor, Emma Spedding, here and for this latest shopping story I wanted to bring you something a little more personal—offering an insight into my routine and wardrobe as we all adapt to a new rhythm at home. Typically my shopping galleries are filled with strictly fashion buys, however for my feel-good edit this month I've expanded things slightly to include the other things that are making me happy at home. Having recently moved house I've been looking at homeware more than shoes, and like many, have been trying new beauty products in an attempt to recreate my own makeshift spa. We all know no material possession will change the situation we are in, but the 16 items below have been small mood boosters to me that have either helped to give me a sense of routine (hello new coffee machine) or put a smile on my face when I get dressed. Keep scrolling for my feel-good edit.
What I'm Wearing:
I don't technically need a handbag for my walks—but I'm bringing my Rejina with me anyway.
Rejina Pyo Nane Tiger-Print Satin-Twill Tote (£150)
I love my Arizona Love sandals so much, I'm tempted to get another pair.
Arizona Love Trekky Gingham-Wrapped Sandals (£100)
This & Other Stories blouse is taking me from Zoom calls to the park.
& Other Stories Wide Sleeve Plissé Wrap Blouse ($69)
I change into these as soon as I've finished work.
Topshop Lime Green 90s Joggers (£26)
Beauty Products I'm Loving:
This will always smell like summer to me.
Byredo Eau De Parfum - Gypsy Water, 50ml (£115)
I don't usually use fake tan—but these glow drops have been the best thing I've bought in lockdown.
TAN-LUXE The Face Illuminating Self-Tan Drops (£35)
I'll tell anyone who will listen how this is the best beauty product money can buy.
Aveda Chakra™ 3 Balancing Mist, 100ml (£30)
This Shampoo was created by Jennifer Aniston's hairdresser. Enough said.
Drunk Elephant Shampoo (£21)
Homeware Pieces I Love:
I'd buy this whole set if I could.
1882 X Faye Toogood Indigo Storm Medium Earthenware Dinner Plate (£55)
Bring the beach indoors.
White Company Seychelles Pot Pourri (£20)
I'm a big fan of & Other Stories' candles.
& Other Stories Scented Candle ($25)
H&M's seat cushions are proving very handy for my trips to the park.
H&M Linen Blend Seat Cushion (£13)
Keeping Me Busy:
I'm averaging one apple crumble a week with this Le Creuset.
Le Creuset Cast Iron 24cm Signature Round Casserole, Sage Green (£225)
The only big thing I've bought recently is a Nespresso machine.
Nespresso Vertuo Plus Coffee MacHine by Magimix, White (£162)
I'm a lazy cook—so the 'chuck it all in approach' of this recipe book is ideal for me.
Rukmini Iyer The Roasting Tin (£17)
Next up, see our guide to the key trends for spring summer 2020.
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