Yes, the sun is out, the sky is blue and it’s picnic time. So the perfect time to pick up the MissPrint Fern picnic hamper at John Lewis. Read more
We've just been looking at picnic options. Well, the weather has turned for the better and we don't expect it to last forever, so why not? Anyway, plenty of decent options out there, both new and vintage. But for a really top end picnic, this John Lewis 150 Years Filled Hamper is hard to beat.
Now that the clocks have sprung forward it seems almost feasible to imagine the possibility of summer – and all the more so if one was equipped with the splendid Kissing Robins Picnic Hamper from Anorak.
If you're planning to dine al fresco you really will have everything you could possibly need in this very chic Elite Picnic Hamper from Laura Ashley.
The Keynes Burgundy pattern and muted green colour create that fifties flavour and in keeping with the original hampers of the period, everything you could possibly need for a picnic is fitted ingeniously within. In addition to plates, wineglasses, napkins and cutlery for four, the hamper has an integrated cool box, bread knife, bottle opener, salt and pepper and chopping board. It also comes with a thermos flask and cups and best of all, a shot flask in case the evening cools and you need a nip of something warming.
The hamper costs £149.99 – find out more here.
The Picnic Hamper Necklace is part of Alex's newest collection, inspired by the rural idyll of British summertime and the traditional English pursuits of bicycle rides and picnics.