I know, I know, I’m such a child for putting my tree up so early, but I do it on the 1st December every year and I’m not about to change that anytime soon! My tree always coordinates in with my room n the vintage-esque style, and features lots of red and white. I like to think of it as a ‘country cottage’ type theme. If you haven’t seen my room you can see what it looks like in my Room Tour.  Most of the decorations have been collected over the last couple of years since redecorating, but I also picked up a few from Tesco last week on 3 for 2. I’d recommend checking out the supermarkets as they have some gorgeous things in at great prices. A lot of the stuff on my tree was from John Lewis last year, and although its all lovely stuff, I wish I’d gone elsewhere for something cheaper!

Christmas Tree – Argos (years ago!)

Lights – Can’t remember! Possibly Asda too. 

Star, beading & silver baubles – Asda

Candy canes – Homsense

Reindeer – Sainsburys

Other Decorations – John Lewis, Tesco

Advent Calendars – Sainsburys

Also, slightly off topic, today I had my hair cut. Its a little shorter than I usually have it cut, but I still love it and it looks so much healthier. I’ve had a lot more layers cut into it and a shorter fringe. I love having a bob back. You’ll probably notice me wearing more collared shirts and blouse as I love wearing them with a shorter cut.

Blouse – Charity Shop

Dress – Primark

Have you got your decorations up yet? What colours will you be decorating your tree?


  1. I can't wait to get the tree up! Your decorations are so pretty, I love John Lewis for things like that, but I agree they're often too expensive. Your hair looks gorgeous, you suit it that little bit shorter 🙂

    Louisejoyb xo | Bits&Bobs

  2. eeek your tree looks far better than mine's going to look! I tend to stick with the classic red and green theme to save arguments between me and the boy but yours is gorgeous. As is your new hair : )


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