My Bling List for Father Christmas at House of Fraser

Yes it’s that’s time of year again when we start dropping subtle and not so subtle hints about what we would love to receive in our Christmas stockings this year.

With bargains to be had throughout the year on everyday items, none of us really need any gifts, but, isn’t it lovely to open something sparkly on the most festive of days?

To save fighting through the crowds on horrid busy Saturdays, most of my present shopping will be taking place online again this year and House Of Fraser has everything covered for friends and family (last online shopping day with them is 18th December by the way).

I intended to browse through lots of categories but the gorgeous charm bracelet on the jewellery page made we want to investigate further…

house of fraser jewellery 2015

I didn’t think anything could steal me away from my beloved Italian charm bracelets but my goodness there are some real lovelies in the Pandora range. Here’s just a few of my “would love to haves”; prices range from £20 to £45.

House Of Fraser Pandora Charms

 

Aside from charms, I do, as anyone at the charity shop will tell you, have a love of many bracelets and bangles. A trait my niece has picked up and likes to compare who’s wearing the most at times! As time goes by, more and more I’m appreciating toggle style fastenings and cuff bangles as it’s hard to do up traditional bracelets with migraine fingers! I’ve selected a few favourites; prices range from £11.25 to £59.

House Of Fraser Bracelets 2015

Also, I cant mention wristwear without sharing some favourite watches. I bet I’m not the only one to regularly receive a timepiece for Christmas? The ones I’ve chosen range in price from £100 to £250. I’ve never in my life owned a watch this expensive but a girl can dream!

House of Fraser watches 2015

 

Of course bling isn’t only for being worn, your home can have bling too so I’ll end with a few gift ideas from the House Of Fraser gifts for home section:

House Of Fraser gifts for home 2015

 

How do you drop hints for loved ones to try and ensure all surprises are nice?

 

*a collaborative post

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2 comments:

  1. I’m far less subtle with my husband and tend to leave Christmas catalogues open on relevant pages and draw smiley faces on anything I’d be happy to receive. Our local House of Fraser in Worcester is fabulous and Mr A and myself will heading there for annual Christmas shopping very soon.

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