Impact Style is calling on our Santa Baby with wishes from the top of our letter. What we dream about might not be as outrageous as a light blue ’54 convertible or a yacht but some wishes come close. Scroll through our wish list below:

What Hayley wants:

Urban Decay PaletteUrban Decay Vice 4 Palette – £43

Urban Decay’s Vice palettes have done a pretty solid job to compete with the all time classic Naked palette and this years Vice is looking more gorgeous than ever. Some of the new colours in the Vice 4 palette will certainly add to the glitz and glamour of the festive season, I’m particularly loving the look of ‘fast-ball’, ‘flame’ and ‘beat down’. No need to justify palette perfection on your wish list!

What Bianca wants:

Louis Vuitton Bag

Louis Vuitton, Speedy Bandoulière 30 – £790

This bag has been on my wishlist for years! It is such a classic piece that is definitely worth the investment.

What Jo wants:

Levi's Dungarees

Levi’s Front Pocket Striped Dungarees – £40

These vintage Levi dungarees will be at the top of my Christmas list to Santa this year. I love the black suede boots and woolly jumper COW have styled with this piece. However, I would probably switch the ankle boots for some thick woolly socks and a pair of Dr. Martens 1461.

What Zoe-Blessing wants:

Jimmy Choo Shoes

Jimmy Choo, Crystal Covered Pointy Toe Pump ‘Cinderella Slipper’ – £2995

My ultimate dream is this gorgeous pair of Jimmy Choo Swarovski crystal-encrusted heels, inspired by Cinderella’s glass slipper. At almost £3000 they’re completely out of my price range, but a girl can dream, right? On the plus side, I did manage to get a ‘dupe’ pair from Carvela, available here for £99. Looking like a princess needn’t cost a fortune.

What Ike wants:

Brother Sewing Machine

Brother, L14 Sewing Machine – £89

A sewing machine may not seem like the most glamorous gift but nothing is better than clothes that fit perfectly.

What Raphaela wants:

Jo Malone Cologne

Jo Malone, Mimosa and Cardamon Cologne – £85

I haven’t been wearing perfume for over 3 years, mainly due to prices attached to the tiny glass bottles, but this year I put this Jo Malone cologne on the top of my list – there is no better way to feel ready to head out of the door than a last spritz of YOUR perfume and smelling that familiar scent that – even for just second – can make your Zara dress seem red carpet ready.
Hayley Burrows, Bianca Casaus, Joanna Grimwood, Zoe-Blessing Blessing-Shamah, Ike Denloye, Raphaela Ring

Image Credits: Flickr/Wonderland, Jimmy Choo, Brother, Jo Malone, Louis Vuitton, Urban Decay, Cow

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