Introducing the Colour Block Stripe Scarves

Have been so excited to add these beautiful scarves to the Alice’s Wonders collection. They’ve already been incredibly well received – and shared on social media, which is always super cool to see. It is definitely one of the best things about my little business, seeing the pieces I’ve selected, and love – being worn by so many fab, lovely and stylish women all over the UK and even overseas!

5 gorgeous colour ways; a mix of vivid brights like the bright red and jade green scarves below, and more muted shades. The jade in particular is very low in stock already.

Jade Colour Block Stripe Scarf
Jade Colour Block Stripe Scarf
Red Colour Block Stripe Scarf

The navy is a rich, intense shade, almost cobalt.  An easy way to elegantly upgrade a simple navy sweater and jeans outfit.  Almost goes without saying that all the bright colourways would perfectly compliment a classic Breton.

Navy Blue Colour Block Stripe Scarf

The last two are from a more muted colour palette, with more than a nod to the decade of the season – the ’70s are everywhere, but with a contemporary edge. Can just picture Ali MacGraw in Love Story sporting either the maroon or the coffee scarves – sadly can’t guarantee the appearance of Warren Beatty though!

Maroon Colour Block Scarf
Coffee Colour Block Stripe Scarf

Finally, here’s how these lovely ladies – and me 🙂 – have worn theirs….

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Ooh, one last thing – the Yellow Fern Scarf is coming back…sometime in the next week or so. Just email on to go on the waiting list for this lovely burst of spring sunshine.

Stock drop coming soon…….

January Outfits

Slight blog radio silence over the last week or so – if you’re one of my lovely Instagram followers you may have noticed that I have been mentioning a certain event – just once or twice!  Oh yes, I am now 40 – better get that bio changed….

Coming up soon will be the new Spring Scarves plus sneak preview of the new Spring Collection but in the meantime a quick round up of my favourite outfits from January.


Love a statement coat, and this bright orange M&S one cheered up a grey January day.  It goes perfectly with the Navy and Orange Leopard Print Scarf.


Another day, another coat, and this French Connection classic camel coat is the perfect partner for the Classic Coffee Leopard Print Scarf.  In fact two coats were used in the making of this outfit….layered the camel coat up with a vintage style denim jacket from Gap.  Love the contrast of smart camel and casual denim.


Under the coat and scarf was a basic black Zara knit, which was the ideal backdrop for one of my all time favourite necklaces, one of the first stocked, the Purple and Coral Crystal Necklace.


Something slightly different now. Not quite bold enough for leather leggings or jeans, I find these black Warehouse coated jeans (only available in limited sizes online but I have seen them instore recently) a good alternative for this scaredy cat.  Worn with an oversized White Company sweater, denim shirt and the Carmine Fan Necklace.


And finally, probably my favourite outfit of the month – the first fancy dress party I’ve been to for about 10 years.  Had such a blast dressing as Mia Wallace from Pulp Fiction – the wig in particular was amazing!! Don’t think the syringe will become part of the Alice’s Wonders Collection any time soon though – do you?!

New scarf colour way – plus a bit of end-of-sale shopping..

Exciting news!

The new Spring Collection is due to launch at the end of February.  Crammed full of some absolutely beautiful pieces – perfectly pretty pastels, subtle rose gold necklaces and some gorgeous spring brights, plus much, much more.  I cannot WAIT to show you all.

Sneak peek coming soon – watch this space!

In the meantime, ease the wait with a look at the new addition to the Paisley Scarf range. Delicate soft grey and pink paisley in the same lovely soft fabric as the teal and the navy versions, for just £9.

pink grey paisley

Plus, did a bit of end-of-sales shopping yesterday and managed to fill a gap or two in my wardrobe.  Not the biggest fan of sales shopping but sometimes it’s worth doing a last trawl just before the sales end as the huge discounts can make it worth the hassle.


The skirt is from Zara, I bought it earlier in the season but returned it as the sequins sat oddly after the first wear, but for the sale price of £9.99 I thought it was worth another try.  Not online but there were quite a few in the Bluewater store.

The belt and the shirt are from GAP and were marked £5 and £10 respectively….GAP had 40% extra off all sale so my total bill was £9 for both. Now that was a bargain worth trawling the sales for!

I’ve needed a new chambray shirt for a while to replace a much missed ancient one I put my elbow through. And who doesn’t need a classic black belt in their wardrobe?!


Also snapped up two of these fab sweaters from Mango. Down 60% to £9.99 from £24.99.

They are a lovely lightweight knit – perfect for spring.  Definitely worth a look – but I’d probably size up, I went for medium in the black and large in the charcoal…also available in certain sizes in beige, orange, navy and green.

Finally, here’s me sporting not one, but two, of my super sale buys, plus the obligatory bit of sparkle to brighten up a grey, cold day.  Snow, aaarrrrgh, snow – that is all I’m saying about today!

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Grey Teardrop Necklace

Thank you for reading – would love to hear your thoughts on the new scarf colour….