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Words: Francesca Brown, Perdita Nouril, Charlotte Weaver
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Free from grains, gluten and sugar, The Primal Pantry bars still taste amazing at 4pm (£1.49, ocado.com).
Sofa calling? Drape it with this lambswool throw by Milan-based designer Arthur Arbesser (£125, hem.com).
Winterspring is a luxe Danish dessert brand mixing ice-cream, sorbet and toppings in one (£7.99, waitrose.com).
Purse-friendly and pretty, Essie’s Treat, Love & Colour Collection needs no base coat (£8.99, superdrug.com).
Black & white
Happy & Co’s mixed monochrome napkins are just what your house deserves (£20, happyandco.com).
Dry January? Try Feel Good’s delicious sugar- free sparkling apple and elderflower drink (£2, sainsburys.co.uk).
Laura Hayward’s handmade earrings are a cheery update to your January wardrobe (£200, laurahayward.co.uk).
The sonoroCD 2 and sonoroLIGHT connect to simulate a natural sunrise or sunset (from £349, en-uk.sonoro.de).
Soak it up
Bolster your bath with Ren’s rejuvenating Moroccan Rose Otto Body Wash in your tub (£32, renskincare.com).
Grow your own
Seed Pantry’s Discovery Box will send you seasonal seeds and bulbs each month (from £6.99, seedpantry.co.uk).
The striped jumper is having a fashion moment. Tick the trend with this graphic design (£90, karenmillen.com).
Hide the signs of ‘partied hard’ peepers with Bare Minerals’ Brilliant Future eye cream (£30, bareminerals.co.uk).
Emily Witt examines modern love in all its jaw-dropping forms in the factual Future Sex (£12.99, faber.co.uk).
Mark the spot
The XX’s new album is out this Friday: pre-order now for perfectly crafted pop (£8.99, itunes.apple.com).
Take some time
Vinaya’s Altruis X works with your smartphone to help you become more mindful (£129, uk.shop.vinaya.com).
Add zest and colour to any outfit with this vibrant floral bucket bag (£35, riverisland.com).
Give me myrrh
Jo Malone’s Myrrh & Tonka Cologne Intense will hit the spot long after festivities end (£105 for 100ml, jomalone.co.uk).
Stella Jean’s colourful prints meet Marina Rinaldi’s chic styles for a new collection (£427, marinarinaldi.com).
Embrace 2017’s floral interiors trend with Elizabeth Bradley’s tapestry kit (£125, libertylondon.com).
Illamasqua’s Antimatter Lipsticks can be layered over any shade for a futuristic finish (£20, illamasqua.com).
For sporting basics, Amazon has created a capsule collection including this yoga mat (£12.99, amazon.co.uk).
Blogger, The Blonde Salad, has teamed up with Samsonite to create this fun case (£415, theblondesalad.com).
Packed with revitalizing tomato extract, Tony Moly’s Tomatox cream is a health kick for skin (£15.50, selfridges.co.uk).
To the max
French Connection’s floral maxi dress makes weekend dressing a breeze (£110, frenchconnection.com).
To mark Chinese New Year on 28 January, Givenchy’s Prisme Libre has had a makeover (£37, debenhams.com).
Box set goals
In need of good TV for these long, dark nights? May we suggest Girls seasons one to four (£29.99, amazon.co.uk).
Russell & Bromley’s metallic floral Roxanne boots add an instant trend boost (£295, russellandbromley.co.uk).