Splash out this Christmas. Don’t be fooled by the Peter Pan collar. Ukekele’s 1920-inspired Stella mesh dress is super short and very flirty. It’s still not quite as raunchy, however, as Qulit’s white snakeskin patch Daisy Dukes. Yee ha. These Pretty Loafers put scarlet tassels against stripy monochrome to create a pretty boho effect. Anyone who reads these blog knows I love the futuristic chic of Moxham jewellery; the Oni collar is the perfect example. Whistles’ marbled shell top in timely blue is a versatile wardrobe staple. Lulu Winter’s cuff, called The Branch, features a quartz stone set on a rosewood link bracelet. Kat and Bee’s Hububalli ring is a tight coil of turquoise, skulls and gold-filled stardust beads. I’m so in love with Whistles’ smoke print wrap skirt. Simple but effective: the only way to describe Goldsmiths’ ruby stud earrings. Urbancode’s sleeveless, faux fur gilet is a piece that should be worn now – and often. My love affair with Alex Noble’s ethical project, EMG Initiative, continues unabated. Young jeweller Eleanor Bolton turns something everyday – cotton coil – into something special: this soft, structured bangle. Danielle Foster’s Katie clutch is long, sleek and extremely elegant while Mint Velvet’s jumpsuit is the epitome of versatility. Dress it up, dress it down. Finally, make like the cats at Burberry with Jigsaw’s dramatic colour block cape, belted and insouciant.