Saturday in London, firstly to get the husbands wedding ring resized, we went to Tiffany’s, and it was so pretty all decorated with lights. The second we stepped through the door and were surrounded by glittering jewellery and pale decorations, I felt the first real tug of Christmas. Then to find somewhere new to eat as our favourite place had closed. But this only proved to be a highlight as we found a delicious lunch at Dehesa. Then up to Liberty’s to buy a few gifts, the flower shop was stocked with bright coloured blooms one side, pale on the other, and a barrow piled high with mistletoe.Back in our little town, the windows are looking pretty, below is Warp and Weft, I love the vintage winged costume, goose and ice skates. Stopping to stare when all the shops were closed it made me feel really peaceful. Quietly festive. Compared with the carnival of colour in some of Liberty’s windows (top).At work yesterday, I was in a whirl, busy wrapping customers shopping and inviting people to our old town christmas shopping trail on the 15th of December. Lovely new things in Butlers include, yummy chocolate truffles and beautiful Tokyo Milk bath products, nearly too pretty to unwrap. One more day of retail today then off to Ireland to have an early Christmas with my mum and sisters. Just need to evict those cats from my suitcase! x

  • http://sea-angels.blogspot.com lynn

    Gorgeous post, a feast of lovely images, no wonder you had a lovely day xxx

  • http://samsnotebook.typepad.com sam

    Lovely Christmas post! Just the thing to get me in to the Christmas spirit! Grant and Charlie were shopping at Liberty on Saturday also , I wander if you passed each other by??? Nora and I stayed home here in Malmö, no way I’m taking the pram to London during the Christmas shopping rush! Apparently Grant and Charlie absolutely did NOT buy me a vintage teacup set from Liberty for Christmas. Don’t you just love small children and their complete inability to keep a secret :)

  • http://swellny.com Madeleine

    Beautiful post, sounds like you had a wonderful day. I am definitely in the Christmas spirit. However, I know my bank account isn’t so festive.
    I love the window displays during this time, such a festive piece of art.

  • http://www.apricotsandsilk.blogspot.com apricote+silk

    The holiday season is so exciting! I love going around the cities admiring what they have to show.

  • http://sparrowandspark.blogspot.com Hannah @ Sparrow + Spark!

    I do love a Saturday in London!

    I love the window displays at this time of year- they always get me into the Christmas mood.

    • Jeska

      me too Hannah, it was a really good day, no stress just fun! x

  • http://coffeelovesme.blogspot.com Shannon

    I love the pictures in this post! So pretty.

  • http://www.stleonardsonline.com kay

    hey jeska,

    what an inspiring trip and what fab colours too- a trip to liberty always gets me excited – like going to hamley’s when you’re 4 to choose a toy… looking forward to seeing the hastings windows too on the 15th. x

  • http://www.oysterbridgeco.blogspot.com Kate at Oyster Bridge & Co.


    I just wanted to say how much I love your site, blog & wonderful photographs. Very inspirational, you have such a great eye & capture lovely images.

    I am just starting out with my own small business, Oyster Bridge & Co. & I wondered if you would like to take a look at my blog… http://www.oysterbridgeco.blogspot.com

    Wishing you a very Merry Christmas!


    • Jeska

      Lovely things Kate x will pop over properly when I am home :)

      and thanks again Kat, I am so excited to open my beautiful gift at Christmas x

  • http://Scandinaviancottage.blogspot.com Anna

    How did I know that that was libertys flower display? :) I love that shop!