If you have been a very good girl this year and have a very generous partner or family member, then you may be lucky enough to find one of these PepperPink stack rings in your Christmas stocking. They are all from PepperPink’s new deluxe MMX range and make a bold style statement; these beautiful rings are available in 18CT white, yellow and rose gold, and are bejewelled with precious diamonds, as well as pink, yellow and blue sapphires.

I am absolutely in love with their range of Disco Ball Stackers. The beauty of these rings are that they can be a gorgeous stand alone piece but also look so amazing stacked up on top of each other. So whether worn individually or as part of a set, these stunning rings are sure to add a little razzle dazzle this party season!

Jessica Simpson’s Fashion Empire made bank!

According to fashion bible Women’s Wear Daily Jessica Simpson’s fashion empire is due to hit $1 billion in sales next year. This is crazy, I didn’t realise that her fashion ventures were all that successful. She’s obviously a more shrewd business woman then people give her credit for – she’s amassed an empire made up of a clothing label, a jeans and footwear line, fragrance, luggage, hair extensions and next year, a sportswear range.

In a press release, Jessica goes on to tell us what to expect from her new sportswear range: ‘Since entering the fashion industry, I’ve envisioned including a sportswear line in my lifestyle brand…this new sportswear line reflects my evolving style, which combines comfort, femininity and flirty fun.’

Vince Camuto, who owns the Jessica Simpson Collection brand master licence, told WWD that the secret to Jessica’s success is ‘She is the girl next door and has great product that surrounds her…People like her. People look at her as a style icon.’

I agree with Vince that people do like her; she is beautiful but non-threatening as she insists on portraying herself as a ditzy blonde. I don’t however agree that she is a style icon, I personally think her sister Ashlee is far more exciting in her style choices. Jessica is a weird mix – she plays it safe, yet often gets it wrong. I’m surprised so many people find her aspirational.