Nail Lacquers, British musicians, and a British mini-series. Three things I’me loving right now.

First up is butter London, again.  Love, love, love their Three Free nail polishes.  They’ve got a fantastic new sparkly shade out called “No More Waity, Katy” in honor of the soon-to-be royal bride, Kate Middleton.  And I love this luxe-grunge look from the runways of Fashion Week.

But I think what I love the most right now from butter London is the Matte Finish Top Coat. Seriously.

I put that top coat on over my Scoundrel color over the weekend. The look is subtle but trendy. I love the color. And it has stayed on without chipping despite constant pecking at a keyboard and numerous other activities that would have decimated a regular mani. So butter London stays in my love list, even if I do have to order online.

Another thing I’m loving right now? Adele’s new album, 21. “Rolling in the Deep” is getting all the radio play right now, but it was “Someone Like You” that got me hooked. This performance from the Brit awards is a perfect example why. The girl has some pipes. Both of her albums, 19 and 21, are completely worth the purchase price.

Speaking of music, I’m also completely in love with Mumford and Sons’ “Sigh No More” album. I was a fan before the Grammy’s. I’ve told more than one friend that I adore that album. It is rare to find one where I like every song, but Sigh No More delivers. And if you haven’t discovered the lads yet, this Grammy Performance showcases them well.

I’ve also been completely sucked in by a PBS Masterpiece Theater show. Downton Abbey. Have you heard of it yet? Everyone I know who has seen it, loves it. Set in England on the cusp of World War 1, the series explores the lives of the Crawley family and their servants as they work to secure the inheritance of the Crawley fortune. Set against the backdrop of social change that was coming to the British aristocracy and working class, along with the advent of women’s rights, Downton Abbey seduces the viewer. The intricacies of the relationships between the family and servants, the jealousies and societal convention leave you just wanting more, more, more. Which, fortunately, we’ll get sometime later this year, from what I understand.

So, that’s it for things I love right now… what’s on your list?