Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Winter Warmers from Les100Ciels

I like brands with clever names. Les100Ciels (pronounced 'ley sont see-el' if you don't speak French) has the same pronunciation as 'l'essentiel', so this clever name actually has two meanings: The 100 Skies, but also essential.

The French cashmere brand have just opened their first UK store in St Christopher's Place, London (just off Oxford Street). The luxury, yet affordable pieces see cashmere take a new turn. Their quirky designs, many of which are one size and/or unisex give you the luxury of wearing cashmere, without the 'twinset and pearls' effect.

The brand manages to keep their prices down by producing the products entirely themselves. From the design headquarters in Paris, to the cashmere farms in inner Mongolia, to the production houses in China, all the way down to the distribution to each of it's eight stores in Asia and the boutique in London... so if you're looking for a gorgeous luxury gift this festive season that won't break the bank, then I would thoroughly recommend checking them out!

My personal favourite picks from the site are their unusual colour-blocking pieces.
I love this striped sleeve waterfall cardigan with non-matching sides. It's really unusual in design and also had exposed seams, which make it look a little edgy.

I'm also loving these oversized knits.

They also have some great accessories. Their 100% cashmere scarves start at £59 so make amazing gifts. 

The lovely people over at Les100Ciels are also offering a special deal for all of my blog followers this month. If you make a purchase from the online store, use the code 'FLEUR' at checkout and they'll give you one of these semi-precious stone bracelets for FREE! 
What's more, if you spend over £200, they'll also give you this cute scarf & slipper set (worth £60) for free too! Just enter 'FLEUR RED' 'FLEUR ECRU' or 'FLEUR BLUE' depending on which colour you would like. Head over to Les100c.com and take a peek!
*Gifts with purchase available while stocks last. This is a sponsored post.

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