Christmas wreath

Christmas doesn’t have to be about a lot of stuff

My style is simple relaxed but still with enough Christmas cheer

I don’t mind a little bit of DIY creativity

“Whether it’s for your front door or a decorative feature within the home, a wreath really says Christmas. I’ve decorated mine with banksia stems and a mix of metal and timber decorations.”

Read more about it on The Country Road Live with us Journal

winter look

I love a little classic dressing, a Chucky knit cardigan with a nautical /fisherman vibe worn with classic blue denim and a white t-shirt – sorted for winter

JG wears Country Road 

MJG Jac + Jack winter 18 edit

My friends at Jac + Jack have a way with colour, by this I mean they always get it just right!

I love their use of a rich but subdued palette, never too bright but just enough colour! I mean this blanket green and butter and honeycomb yellow mixed with classic shades of grey, I love it all!

Jac + Jack always mix classic contemporary style with just enough edge.

Here is my edit from the mens collection, shop the mens and woman winter 18 collections in store and online now

JG wears Jac + Jack winter 18 collection

Toro Chair Bludot

Floor Rug Pampa

Tree Stump stool River Hawk ranch

Palm fronds Nikau Store

Clothes rack and hangers Ikea

Desert boots Clarks

PJs from my general store

Its not every day that Michelle Glew-Ross AKA My General Store sends you a luxurious pair of PJs and its not everyday I agree to be photographed in them either! but hey why not! Michelle’s carefully considered collection is all about classics – I Love lazing around on the weekends and a little down time – these soft stripes if you can see are perfect!

Click here to see the entire collection

All bed linen pictured from Major Minor

Bed from Scout

Print Aquabumps

Bedside Lamp and table both from West Elm

Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert – I can help re-reading! its a really great book!

and YES Sophia is allowed on the bed!

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persol origional folding sunglasses

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Im totally loving these Persol PO714’s The original folding edition frames that Hollywood Legend Steve McQueen (one of my all time favourite style icons) wore in the film The Thomas Crown Affair, was created in 1963. The first of its kind that could be folded in four to fit into the breast pocket of a suit jacket, the frames quickly grew to become a highly coveted menswear accessory. Constructed of artisan crafted acetate.

Available in Australia at OPSM

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