A Mother’s Day Gift Guide

I wrote a Mother’s Day Gift Guide post some days ago, where I shared gift ideas for our mothers. Well, I have some more gifts to share, so for those who are still wondering what to give for Mother’s Day, here are some more ideas for you.


ChloBo Serenity Hoop Earrings

This ChloBo brand is one British brand that screams QUALITY! This jewellery right here, like all their others, is a little beauty.


This Serenity Hoop Earrings in rose gold-plated on 925 sterling silver, would make a lovely Mother’s Day Gift. I love the fact that it comes in rose gold. The studded texture of the petite earrings also makes it stand out.



The Didi Faith Cross charm believed to ward off evil and protect, also complement the earrings beautiful. I like this piece a lot, I think it would make a fabulous gift to any jewellery loving woman, and the price tag is quite average at £55. ChloBo also offers free delivery on all UK Mainland orders, so get in there.


Mum By My Side Personalised Light Box

This Mum By My Side Personalised Light Box by Find Me A Gift, would make an excellent Mother’s Day Gift. It is so unique, and look be a lovely home decor for the interior lovers as well.



I love the fact that this light box gift can be personalised to suit various tastes. There are 5 lovely schemes to choose from – Chocolate (which I choose), Duck Egg, Monochrome, Pinks and Sunshine. You can also select the gender of the child, and include a personalised message in a maximum of 100 characters.

This cool gift currently retails at £39.99 only!


Spa Day

A good spa day is always an amazing gift. I know I need a spa session desperately, and I know many mothers would too. So if you are still thinking of the best Mother’s Day Gift to get, give her a gift of Spa, her mood would thank you for it!


What plans do you have for Mother’s Day? What do you think of this gift ideas?


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Celebrity Wedding Dresses to Remember

I remember shopping around for my wedding dress many years ago; it was a fabulous experience. It didn’t take me too long to decide on a dress. I knew exactly what I wanted, and what bridal accessories I needed, and once I wore the dress, I knew it was the one.

Most wedding dresses, and weddings in general tend to cost a fortune. Just take a look at this well researched infographic, thanks to JJ Suspenders. This infographic explains the average wedding costs, so it is great a more great visual explanation, for those who are not aware.

This infographic is based on the cost of products and services in the US, but is also very similar to what we have here in the UK and most parts of the world. Weddings are generally expensive, and a big chunk of a wedding budget is spent on the wedding dress.

The good thing about shopping for wedding dresses is that there are so many options available. And we can also take inspiration from many celebrity brides and recreate more affordable alternatives.

Here are 3 celebrity wedding dresses that caught my eye –


I remember doing a double take when I first spotted this wedding dress. Solange broke the internet with this Humberto Leon for Kenzo floor-length gown with an attached cape, and it is so easy to see why. I don’t see anyone else pulling this look like Solange. This wedding dress is so her, it suits her style and personality, I guess that is why she nailed the look so effortlessly.


Ciara slayed it in this Roberto Cavalli dress designed by Peter Dundas. I love the style of the wedding dress; the detailing is superb, and it looks amazing on her.

This is obviously a very expensive dress, but I am sure there are similar less pricey alternatives for brides to be.

Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian also broke the internet with this stunning Haute Couture Givenchy. This dress is the TRUTH! It is great for those with a bit of curves; it will show off your figure in all the right places. I love it on her; she looked stunning.

What are your thoughts on the infographic? What do you think of these wedding dresses? Which is your favourite and why?


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St Patrick’s Day Accessory Ideas

St Patrick’s Day is next week – 17th March, so I am sharing a few accessory ideas for those in need of some green inspiration. If you plan on getting dressed  to celebrate this fab Irish holiday, then you are reading the right post. Green is a beautiful but full-on colour, so it is not a shade I can wear head-to-toe, and I won’t recommend you do either, but it is stylish to incorporate green accessories into your outfit because it stands out beautifully.

Here are a few ways you step up your St Patrick’s Day Outfit, all accessories are available on the 3WISHES.COM website.


Lightweight Heat Styling Lola Wig


If you have been reading Fashion and Style Police long enough, you would know all about my love for wigs, and how I like having a variety of wigs at my disposal. Well if you didn’t know, you do now. Wearing this Lightweight Heat Styling Lola Wig is an easy way to get St Patrick ready!

I love the bright green colour, it would look amazing to have this on St Patrick’s Day, and the bob cut is right up my street!


Rhinestone Cami


Another easy way to add a touch of green to your outfit on St Patrick’s Day is to rock a green cami like this one here. It is perfect to layer under a sweater/jumper or suit for work.

I really like the sparkly 3WISHES.COM logo on the top. This would make a nice wardrobe addition this season.


Lucky Clover Stockings


Another way to style your look with a touch of green is by wearing this cute Lucky Clover Stockings. The satin bow and lucky clover appliqué are so pretty. Wearing this accessory on St Paddy’s Day would be a great idea.

This sleek design of this stockings will definitely catch many eyes.


St Patrick’s Accessory Kit


This Headband & Hairbows with Clover Trim would finish off a St Paddy’s look beautifully. I think the accessory kit is super cute. I love the school girl look the model is rocking with the ponytails.


Mini Glitter Top Hat


This Mini Glitter Top Hat features a lovely mesh veil, black satin ribbon located at the base of the hat and a small black glitter trimming at the top.

It is a fab green accessory to have on for the St Patrick’s celebrations. I like the sophisticated look of the hat.


What do you think of these St Patrick’s Day accessories? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.


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