Share Some Kindness with LUSH Cosmetics & More Enchanted Ways to Spread Kindness into the World [AD-Gifted]

Share Some Kindness with LUSH Cosmetics & More Enchanted Ways to Spread Kindness into the World [AD-Gifted]

This post contains gifted items from LUSH Cosmetics that has been marked in line with my disclaimer/policy

“Wherever there is a human being, there an opportunity for kindness.”


Never has there been a better or more important time to share some kindness.

I truly believe that little seeds of kindness, both towards ourselves and others, is the ability to open a love potion for the universe and beyond.

From the tiniest sprinkling of kindfulness, to the grandest of gestures, this post is inspired by two beautiful parcels I received from LUSH Cosmetics during National Kindness Week.

At the end of this post, we’ll then explore some enchanted ways that we can all seek to spread kindness into the world by forever seeking wonder, whimsy and enchantment for all to be nourished by.

National Kindness Week

From the 14th to the 20th of February of this 2021 year, LUSH embarked on a mission to spread joy (and their decadent scents!) across the Poole and Dorset area with surprise deliveries from the LUSH Fresh-Mobile to celebrate National Random Acts of Kindness Week.

Customers were invited to nominate a loved one through the LUSH Spa in Poole, and LUSH Bournemouth’s social media accounts to receive one of 125 luxurious Fresh subscription boxes. Each of these boxes was then delivered contact-free via the fun, LUSH branded Fresh Delivery van!

I feel indescribably blessed and honoured to have received not just one, but two LUSH kindness boxes!

The first box was so kindly given to me by LUSH’s PR Team (the Relax Box), and then, in the most enchanted of extraordinary synchronicities, I have then been gifted the second set from one of my best friends. What’s more, it arrived the very next day! Proof alone that kindness truly is the most magical elixir of life!

LUSH is a company that not only had its roots in my hometown of Poole in Dorset, but I also worked for LUSH (both the Poole and Bournemouth shop! Including B Never Too Busy To Be Beautiful) from the ages of 16 to 22, so it’s a place that holds so many cherished memories for me. It truly became my second home!

To receive these stunning gifts from a company I still so adore is really so deeply special to me. I’m filled with tons of nostalgia and love for these incredibly beautiful offerings.

When I worked at LUSH, we were able to encourage kindness in all ways by adding extra samples and gifts for our customers to make them feel as special and wonderful as they are through random acts of kindness.

LUSH Relax Gift Box

This is a LUSH bestseller and for good reason!

This Relax Gift set is packed full of serenity and gentle luxury. The perfect gift set to give to everyone.

Purple can be both regal and also deeply peaceful and relaxing.

Inside, the contents are blossoming with lavender-scented treats to help you wind down and find some inner peace and tranquillity.

Some of my favourite LUSH products of ALL time can be found in this magical set.

There is the sweetly scented Twilight bath bomb for a kaleidoscope soak, legendary French Kiss, which makes me feel like I’m flowing through the lavender fields in France, to the silky soft caresses of Sleepy Shower Gel and finally (in my humble opinion) one of the most majestic body lotions of all time, Dream Cream.

Shop the Relax Gift here

The collection above are the gifts I received from one of my best friends. They blend like a dream with the Relax gift set!

Keep It Fluffy Bubble Bar

Receiving this darling bubble bath gave me all the nostalgia!

During University, and my time at LUSH, most of that was at the sister shop B Never Too Busy To Be Beautiful that was a true make up and fragrance Aladdin’s Cave.

One of the signature scents was ‘Keep It Fluffy’ and my absolute favourite!

Inspired by the 1950s and retro-girlyness, this scent is filled with jasmine and powdery vanilla with a zest of uplifting lemongrass to make this a truly playful, delightful, fluffy scent!

In bubble bar form, as it used to be back in the day, this will fill my baths with so much sweetness and glamour!

Shop the Keep It Fluffy Bar here

Argan Naked Facial Oil and Dream Steam Toner Tab

To complete my opulent baths, I now have two gorgeous products to nourish my skin with.

The first is Argan Naked Facial Oil. This naked facial oil richly moisturises and rejuvenates the skin with balancing rose absolute and rose oil sourced from Senir in Turkey.

I also have a Dream Steam Toner Tab for a deep cleanse before I use this gorgeous oil.

This steamer toner tab is made with rose absolute to calm the skin and reduce redness.

Chamomile blue oil is added as a key ingredient, providing gentle and soothing relief for the skin, and the tea tree is used for its antibacterial properties.

When dropped into a bowl of hot water, the little potent toner tab will fizz away. As the steam rises, it will open up all the pores in your skin allowing all the beautiful essential oils to be easily absorbed. I can’t wait to use this!

Purchase Dream Steam Toner Tab here

Purchase Argan Naked Facial Oil here

American Cream Shower Gel

American Cream is a scent that people went wild for at LUSH! I have remained forever a fan. There’s nothing like the vanilla and strawberry milkshake scent!

Due to its popularity, LUSH have a full American Cream range now and the more the merrier I say! This is going to give me the sweetest smelling skin and I can’t wait to bathe in its intoxicating scent.

Purchase American Cream Shower Gel here


The kindest gifts I have received from LUSH has truly opened my heart to so much love and joy. It’s my greatest wish that we can all feel that in these times.

And so, inspired by this gorgeous LUSH campaign, here are just 20 ideas for spreading some kindfulness into the world.

20 Enchanted Ways to Spread Kindness Today

  1. Send a loved one a care package
  2. Volunteer at a food bank/care home/shelter/animal rescue centre etc (obviously check if this is possible in Covid times)
  3. Go to donations and find a story that touches your heart. Then leave an anonymous donation for someone you’ve never met. If you’re not financially able to the latter, could you share their story on social media? In addition, look to share your friend’s successes and fundraising efforts. This February has been Raynaud’s Awareness Month and I have been so made up by those who have helped me spread the vital awareness with me.
  4. Add extra items onto your food shop and leave them to be donated to a food bank (most food shops have baskets for food banks now). In addition, ask if you can do the shopping for a vulnerable person you know.
  5. Write a letter to a friend/someone in hospital/an elderly person/someone who is chronically ill (speaking from this position, letters and cards mean more than I could ever, ever say)
  6. Plant bulbs in unloved patches of earth. Alternatively, tend to someone’s garden for them if you are able to.
  7. Cook a healthy meal and leave it on someone’s doorstop who you know is struggling right now
  8. Offer to walk a busy person’s dog
  9. Donate magazines and books to those you think would love them
  10. Leave sanitary products in public bathrooms
  11. Make a playlist for someone who needs music in their life
  12. Offer your gifts: whatever you’re good at, use these skills to help others
  13. Set up or gift a bird feeder to an elderly relative/someone who is chronically ill (find my series on feeding garden birds here). On my bed-bound days, seeing my birds flock to my feeders is my greatest joy.
  14. Educate yourself and campaign on the issues of our time. In addition, use your support and voice wherever possible
  15. Start a coin jar, and when it is full, empty it into a charity collection box
  16. Make do and mend: rethink your shopping habits and seek to be mindful about your consumption
  17. Support local and small businesses first and foremost
  18. Sign up for loyalty cards and use the rewards for others who need it
  19. Write a loving review of a book/podcast etc that you’ve loved. Always, always share the love.
  20. Every time you go out and see litter, pick up at least three pieces. Imagine if everyone did this!

These are just 20 ideas that flowed through me as I sat down to write this post. However, isn’t the list of kind offerings we can give to the world just endless?

Thank you so much to LUSH Cosmetics and my real-life angels for these absolute treasures. To find out more about the #ShareTheKindness campaign from LUSH click here.

So now it’s over to you: In what ways can you share kindness this week? Or how has someone been kind to you? Can you allow whimsy, enchantment and wonder to meet you as you spread this message of kindness to yourself and others?

I’d love to hear all your beautiful kindful actions, offerings and words of love in the comments below. Let us forever be beacons and carriers of the kindness that runs through all our bones.


If you enjoyed this post you might also like:

My review of the LUSH Renaissance Spa Treatment

My review of the LUSH Synaesthesia Spa Treatment

My review of the LUSH Spa in Poole, Dorset

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Georgie xoxo is a blog for those seeking everyday whimsy, with a heart full of wanderlust focusing on travel adventures, pretty crafts, chronic illness and words on finding the meaning in life through wonder and enchantment.

It’s my ultimate hope that there has been something on my blog that has enabled you to travel into the deepest realms of wonder and enchantment so that you can truly feel and embody your own world, and the world around you, that can be filled with more magic than you could possibly imagine. 

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Licensed To Charm Miffy Jewellery Collection [AD Gifted]

Licensed To Charm Miffy Jewellery Collection [AD Gifted]

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Introducing the sweetest collaboration of all time: Licensed to Charm Miffy jewellery collection. In case you’re new around here: Miffy is my everything!

This beautiful collection, with jewellery from £15 and above, features delicate charm necklaces with a tiny Miffy head, with associated flowers or button icons.

I am beyond thrilled and honoured to have some treasured pieces from this jewellery collection thanks to the highly delicate and exquisite jewellery from Licensed to Charm.

Ever since Dick Bruna first created Miffy in 1955, she has endeared herself to generations of young children. And to big children like me!

Miffy is now one of the best-loved children’s characters of all time. And she fills my heart with so much whimsy and joy.

A jewellery collection to honour her in all her cuteness is everything my collaboration dreams are made from.

Ever since I was a little girl I have adored Miffy and even now I adore Miffy. Seeing her familiar face when I go to Amsterdam makes me feel so at home and I have so much Miffy merchandise that I could quite possibly open my own theme park!


The History Of Miffy

Miffy was created by Dick Bruna and the first Miffy book was published in 1955 after Dick had told his 1-year-old son stories about a little rabbit they had seen earlier in the dunes while on holiday.

The Dutch name for Miffy is ‘Nijntje’ and it’s short for ‘konijntje’, meaning ‘little rabbit’.

Over 60 years later, the Miffy books have sold more than 85 million copies, and are currently published in more than 50 languages.

This Licensed to Charm Miffy jewellery collection is a gorgeous treat to give to yourself or your loved ones who adore Miffy.


If you’re looking for just one thing to treat yourself to from this collection, I am so in love with this adorable gold vermeil Miffy pendant necklace reproducing a classic standing Miffy design.

The delicate gold chain is threaded neatly through Miffy’s head leaving the miniature 3D replica intact and able to move freely on the chain.

It’s just so sweet and dainty and will add an adorable finishing touch to all outfits.


In these days of lockdown, sometimes it’s hard to know what jewellery to wear.

For me, stud earrings are my absolute go-to accessory these days and these sweetest Miffy mini head studs are so wonderful for everyday wear.

Made from gold vermeil, these sweet Miffy head studs are so effortless to wear. Plus, you can mix and match them with every single jewellery piece from the Miffy range.


The final item I was so kindly sent is a classic Miffy head pendant necklace in gold vermeil.

This is such a simple and sweet necklace for all Miffy fans.

I love that the chain threads through loops concealed behind Miffy’s ears so that her little head can move around freely.

Each and every charm is handmade, so it’s special that the detailing will vary on each piece.


To celebrate the adorable launch party for the Licensed to Charm Miffy collection, and Miffy’s birthday, on the 21st June, I thought a Dairy-Free Speculass recipe would be a very special way to celebrate.

As the Dutch would say these quintessential Dutch cookies are very lekker, if I do say so myself! Head here to get the recipe.

This recipe is inspired by the new Licensed to Charm Miffy collection and is the perfect accompaniment to the joyous celebrations.

From necklaces, to bracelets and earrings, all Licensed to Charm pieces are designed, made and finished with care in the UK and are available in both 925 sterling silver and 18ct gold vermeil.

The full Miffy collection is on sale now here, and ready-to-wear items will also be available worldwide via Licensed to Charm’s selected e-commerce partners and retail outlets.

To mark the launch, there is a special ‘digital Anniversary launch party’ event planned across Licensed to Charm’s social media on the 21st June to coincide with Miffy’s 65th birthday celebrations.

You can join the festivities by following Licensed to Charm on Instagram here and by tagging #MiffyXLTC. I’ll see you there!

Who else adores Miffy as much as me? What pieces from the Licensed to Charm Miffy collection are straight on your wishlist? Let me know in the comments below.


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Black Owned Fashion Companies I Love

Black Owned Fashion Companies I Love

Following on from my black owned make up companies and black owned skincare companies I bring you my favourite black owned fashion companies.

Get ready for some breathtaking creations and make some room in your heart and wardrobe for these beyond dreamy fashion companies.

Do you have anything you’d like me to add to this list? Please add your favourite blacked owned fashion companies in the comments below.

Needing some accessories to finish the look? Look out for that soon in the next post!

house of aama

House of Aama

I am head over heels in love with this Southern Girl Victorian Dress. Isn’t is just truly beyond exquisite?

House of Aama is a culturally inspired lifestyle brand rooted in the ethos of the African continent and diaspora.  The seed for House of Aama has been sowing for some time now and is just now manifesting in physical form due to the joint efforts of mother and daughter duo, Rebecca Henry and Akua Shabaka.

Their designs are reflective of the PostBellum Southern United States. This is a hugely significant period and critical in black culture as a result of being emancipated from slavery and striving to claim rightful justice and dignity.

House Of Aama’s designs are designed to create a strong sense of self-worth built on the retention of strong cultural traditions. If you don’t already, I highly suggest following their Instagram page to lean deeper into their values and design.

The Tiny Tassel

Meet Mimi, the founder of adorable The Tiny Tassel. 

Designing and creating each tassel and stitch by hand, Mimi has an incredibly darling range of accessories and clothing.

From full Rainbow skirts to sweetest tassel earrings. Everything Mimi makes has my heart full!

One of my favourites? The Cumberland Mini Dress has such a feminine print that would look gorgeous all year. And let’s face it: it has pockets. That is enough reason to be in love. Immediately on the wishlist!

Hope For Flowers

If your wishlist wasn’t full enough, meet Hope For Flowers.

Hope for Flowers is designed for women who are inspired by beauty and also desire to use their power as consumers to be agents for positive change in the world.

Through the hard work, perseverance and creative vision of Tracy Reese Hope For Flowers has built a reputation in the fashion industry as not only a leading talent of this stunning company but also a champion for diversity and inclusion.

Hope For Flowers uses the transformative powers of fashion to bring to life the ability a piece of clothing can have to inspire self-confidence and personal agency.

My favourite? The dreamy Ivory Victorian Blouse with such delicate rose motif embroidered detail on a cotton lawn blouse with a high neck with ladder lace inserts and ruffled frill.

Sika Designs

The beautiful SIKA designs was founded in 2005 by creative director Phyllis Taylor with the vision that fashion has the power and potential to make a positive contribution to society.

The ethos behind SIKA is not only to produce quality ‘made in Africa’ garments for the international market but also to ultimately prove that garment production can successfully have social and environmental responsibilities at its core.

For SIKA this means paying fair wages, creating employment and making a meaningful difference within the Ghanaian community.

All SIKA garments are designed in London and handmade in Ghana (West Africa) by our skilled garment production team.

My pick? The truly exquisite Gloria Dress full of style and elegance and made from 100% Batik cotton.

Kemi Telford

My final pick is the beautiful designs of Kemi Telford.

Kemi moved from Nigeria to England in 1996. Her mother and father owned their own businesses in Nigeria, so running a business became very natural to Kemi.

Having studied Law and then working as a Credit Risk Analyst for a large pharmaceutical company Kemi was then a stay at home for 7 years whilst Kemi Telford designs were born.

Made from breathtaking prints everything is head over heels gorgeous. My pick? I love this Shola Purple Free Flower Print Skirt. This midi skirt is inspired by a Japanese style skirt and is cut to be oversized for a voluminous look.

The colours on this skirt are a dream and so beautiful for spring and summer or with cosy knits in autumn and winter.  


How gorgeous are these 5 brands? Do you have anything to add on your wishlist now? I’d love to know. Let me know what you’re loving in the comments.

If you can, please head on over to my post ‘Impact Over Intention’. It contains many important petitions and ways you can support the lives of BIPOC.

Thank you so much for taking the time to read this post and engage in any way you can xoxo

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Black Owned Skincare Companies I Love

Black Owned Skincare Companies I Love

After so many of you loved my black owned make up companies I wanted to share some of my favourite black owned skincare companies.

Some of these companies are recent finds and others are favourites of mine I’ve loved for a while. I’m so excited to share these finds with you!

Do you have anything you’d like me to add to this list? Please add your favourite blacked owned skincare companies in the comments below.

The Natural Glow Co.

Take a trip to the Caribbean with the stunning natural products from Natural Glow Co.

Founder Ashlie-Selina has created a skincare range brimming with pure plant magic and fruit extracts devoted to nurturing healthy glowing skin.

One of my top picks is this tropical citrusy sweet orange body scrub that is blended with the tropical essences of coconut sugar, peach oil and kaolin clay that help to draw in moisture and remove dead skin cells.

Wild Seed Botanicals

One of my favourite skincare and beauty companies is the breathtaking Wild Seed Botanicals.

Whilst Wild Seed Botanicals was born in the heart of London, its roots are firmly planted in the heart of African Holistic Traditions.

The stunning Wild Seed range is handmade in small batches to ensure that they deliver the most exquisitely made potions. Made using the finest wildcrafted, organic cold-pressed and steam distilled carrier oils, butter, essential oils and botanical herbs. Moreover, they are all ethically sourced, active and included for their therapeutic effects.

One of my favourite products is its gorgeous oil called Rānā. The name behind this product comes from the Hausa language and means Sun, the source of light and life. And just like the Sun, this raw interfusion of skin-loving botanical oils harnesses the ability to regenerate and replenish the skin cells as nature intended.

KNC Beauty

Just how whimsy are these darling under-eye masks?

Packed with a potent mix of Hyaluronic Acid, Gold, Collagen, Licorice Root Extract, Aloe, Vitamin A, Rosemary Extract these KNC eye mask is like 8 hours of beauty sleep for your eyes!

These pretty retinol-infused KNC eye masks will give you a fresh, hydrated, smooth, depuffed, bright eyes that are without chemicals. With retinol to refine texture and stimulate blood flow and aloe to soothe and reduce redness, they are such a gorgeous treat for your peepers.

Liha Beauty

How stunning and sophisticated is the Liha Beauty range? Full of luscious oils and candles it’s such a haven for luxury pampering.

In particular, this travel essentials kit would be such a lovely addition to our lockdown self-care routines.

It features their beautiful Idan oil that can be used as a hair oil, massage oil, shaving cream, body oil and after-sun. Idan is the Yoruba word for magic, which is the really the most apt name for this multitasking moisturising oil!

It is made with natural, cold-pressed coconut oil, and then blended with the fragrant Tuberose flower that is absorbed naturally into the coconut oil by a traditional African process of enfleurage.

For an indulgent step one more, their Idia candle is made from coconut wax with base notes of Geranium and Frankincense, with top notes of Lavender and hibiscus that is set to invoke the scent of African Moss.

The inspiration for the candle was Yoruba Queen Idia who is a symbol of female empowerment and proof of ancient matriarchal societies. The myth tells of two medicine-filled incisions on her forehead that were the source of her metaphysical power.

I just adore the deep symbolism from the Liha Beauty range and their ingredient combinations are every bit as potent and magical as the inspirations.


My final recommendation is the wonderful alchemy for sale at Nolaskinsentials.

Nolaskinsentials was created by Nola, an African American woman, who soon realised how challenging it was to find a brand that created all plant-based products for skin with melanin. But Nola’s skincare line not only benefits melanin based skin tones, but all skin tones and skin types, leaving no glow behind!

I haven’t tried this range, but one product that truly captured my heart is their Witches Brew Toner.

This magical clarifying toner is designed for oily skin and blemishes. With an enchanted mix of witch hazel, aloe vera and sage it’s a dream for your complexion. 

To activate the magic, shake, and then spritz lightly over the face. It’s fast-absorbing and so ideal for an on the go glow!

How gorgeous are these 5 brands? Do you have anything to add on your beauty and skincare wishlist now? I’d love to know. Let me know what you’re loving in the comments.

If you can, please head on over to my post ‘Impact Over Intention’. It contains many important petitions and ways you can support the lives of BIPOC.

Thank you so much for taking the time to read this post and engage in any way you can xoxo

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Black Owned Make-Up & Nail Care Businesses I Love

Black Owned Make-Up & Nail Care Businesses I Love

Today I am highlighting 8 stunning black owned makeup and nail care businesses, and I just know you are going to love them as much as I do!

Some of these companies are recent finds and others are favourites of mine I’ve loved for a while.

Regardless, they’re all beautiful, stunning businesses created by hugely inspiring women and I am so delighted to share them with you.

I encourage you all to share any other black owned make up and nail care companies with me in the comments.

Sumayakeynan in Juvia’s Place Make-Up

Beauty Bakerie

Makeup inspired by all things truly scrumptious? It’s a dream come true! Beauty Bakerie is an adorable make up brand drenched in sweetness that everyone will fall in love with.

The founder, Cashmere Nicole, is equally someone to fall madly in love with. A single mother and breast cancer survivor, her story of empowerment is an inspiration to us all. For my UK readers, you can also shop Beauty Bakerie on Cult Beauty.

516 Polish

516 Polish (Five Sixteen) is the UK’s first indie nail polish brand championing swatch diversity to celebrate and inspire women of colour, with deeper skin tones.

516 Polish is also vegan, cruelty-free, non-toxic and individually handmade in the United Kingdom. 

I’m a huge gel-nails fiend so I adore the shade ‘Sweetie’.

Is 2020 the year you want to try gel nails at home? If so, I highly recommend getting this gorgeous pink Nail Lamp for that long-lasting salon finish from home.

MDM Flow

MDM Flow is a stunning UK based makeup company by Florence who switched from studying Pharmacy to Cosmetic Science at London College of Fashion that has now become an indie beauty empire.

MDMflow is an accumulation of all of Florence’s obsessions. From the colours of black and gold, to hip hop, to beauty, fashion and science.

How stunning would the matte lipstick shade Billionaire look this summer?! Shop right here.

Pat McGrath

Pat McGrath is my all-time favourite make up artists. When I was a teenager, I would make scrapbooks of her stunning looks and it made me fall in love with the art of makeup.

Fast forward to 2020 and I’m blown away by her majestic makeup line. Her new collection ‘Divine Rose’ is out now and it is one of blossoming dreams for rose fans like me! Truly divine in every single way and I cannot wait to review some bits on here in the future.

The model for this collection is iconic supermodel, activist and philanthropist Naomi Campbell. Click here to shop ‘Divine Rose’.

Fenty Beauty

I’m sure many of you have heard of Queen Rihanna’s make up line Fenty Beauty but I wanted to spread more love for it here.

Rihanna launched Fenty Beauty with 40 foundation shades in 2017, and with that launch, it highlighted a huge and demand in more make up industry for more diverse representation.

In just the first 40 days Fenty Beauty made a mind-blowing £100 million proving just much Fenty was needed to give the industry a huge shakeup.

Uoma Beauty

Founded by former beauty executive Sharon Chuter, Uoma Beauty is about forming and empowering a tribe that is rich in people, language, and colour.

Uoma, which means “beautiful” in Igbo (one of the main languages spoken in Nigeria), is rewriting the rules when it comes to makeup, formulations and undertones.

Creating a message based on self-expression, colourful living, African pride, inclusivity, beautiful rebellion, and empowering tribes, Uoma challenges outdated notions from the inside out with products that stand against the grain of the beauty industry.

My top pick? The stunning jewelled Black Magic palette that you can get from Cult Beauty right here.

Juvia’s Place

One of my favourite make up brands: Juvia’s Place. This stunning make up brand is inspired by the beauty of Africa.

Juvia’s Place is a celebration of the richness, glory, and history of the African kings and queens, which is translated through the product packaging, pigment, and visuals.

Every single palette and individual shade is picked with a reason and inspiration behind it.

My favourite is The Nubian Eyeshadow Palette that radiates the beauty of the African plains. You can find this stunning palette on Beauty Bay here.

Gurl Meets Make Up

For all your neutral rosy makeup dreams you will love this highly pigmented ‘Rosy’ palette from Gurl Meets Make Up. It consists of 12 highly pigmented shimmy and matte shades that will create any neutral look your heart desires!

How many of you have fallen in love with these incredible make up businesses? What do you have your eye on the most?

I’d love to know some of your favourite black owned make up businesses so please leave a comment below with all your finds.

My next post will be skincare and beauty items, so if you also have any recommendations please share them with me.

Thank you so much for taking the time to read this post and engage in any way you can.

If you can, please head on over to my post ‘Impact Over Intention’. It contains many important petitions and ways you can support the lives of BIPOC.

Sending all my love and support to those attending protests today. I stand with you xoxo

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The Georgie xoxo May Depop Shop Update for SRUK

The Georgie xoxo May Depop Shop Update for SRUK

Welcome to the Georgie xoxo May Depop Shop Update for SRUK.

The Georgie xoxo Depop Shop is full of much-loved bohemian, whimsical, feminine clothing and accessories that once belonged to either me or my Mum. Now they are waiting to be treasured by you for a wonderful cause.

Over these next few weeks and months, we will be raising money for Scleroderma, as this is something I suffer with so deeply.

It would mean so much to me if more than ever you could stop by the Depop collection of pretties I have set up with my Mum where we are raising money for a charity that helps me so much both physically and emotionally.

Thank you so much for all your support so far, and you can find a whole new batch of pretties that we have added live on the Depop here.


This prettiest Butterfly Charm Bracelet with blue butterflies, stars on a chunky bracelet detail was made for dreamy spring and summer days.

I’m selling a few charm bracelets and this is definitely one of my favourites. Style it with flowing dresses and tops and you’ll have arm candy everyone will be admiring.

Shop this Butterfly Charm Bracelet here


This gorgeous vintage pearl necklace with a crystal charm in the centre is absolutely stunning. The necklace is in a choker style and looks beyond elegant.

Shop this Vintage Pearl Necklace here


This sweet Bird Cage dress from Sugarhill Boutique is waiting for a beautiful loving home. And it’s so lovely for spring and summer!

This dress is marked as a size M and would be good for a size 10 to 12. It’s in a stunning condition and can be dressed in endless ways.

Shop the Sugarhill Boutique dress here

These sweet tiny blue butterfly drop earrings will add a delicate touch to your ears and will beautifully accent all your outfits. Ready to flutter to their new home with such elegance and timeless style.

Shop these Butterfly Earrings here


Thank you endlessly for all your support of my journey to raise as much awareness and support for Scleroderma as I possibly can. Especially in the build-up to World Scleroderma Day in June.

How many of you love shopping on Depop? Do you have any favourite sellers or beauties you have picked out?

Please leave your favourite sellers in the comments below or your own account. I’d also love you to tell me the best thing you have found on Depop or similar.

Shop the Georgie xoxo Depop Shop here

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