Christmas 2015: Gift Guide for Women

Gift guides are some of my favourite types of blog posts and you tube videos. I love seeing what other people buy each other and I find them great inspiration for some of my trickier relatives.

I have a few gift guides planned myself including gifts for men, stocking fillers for men and women, and of course that always tricky Secret Santa gift guide. Today I am sharing my Christmas Gift Guide for Women.

This gift guide has a range of gifts in different price ranges from £6 to £140 and includes ideas for gifts for women mainly (hence the title!), although I think a lot of these could be given to a couple or a family, and some are definitely  unisex. Come back next week for my Men's Gift Guide which will also include some ideas that could easily please any member of your family.


 Ugg Slippers - A cosy extravagance, these are a great gift for the person who has everything already. Most people will enjoy a comfy pair of slippers, especially during the colder months and these also tick that "higher end" box! You can purchase Ugg slippers in store or online starting at £60 or I purchased those pictures from the outlet store in Bicester Village for £40.

Cookies in a Musical Tin - Christmas cookie tins are always adorable, and you can't beat a good gift of cookies at Christmas. They're always a winner with my Grandmother. This year I found this adorable rotating musical tin from Marks and Spencer filled with ginger penguin shaped cookies, at a great price of £12. This weekend it's reduced to just £6! I couldn't find a link to the M&S website but did find them for sale on Amazon!

Tiffany Bow Pendant - A beautiful gift for someone special. Every girl will love the moment of receiving that turquoise box and unwrapping that delicate white ribbon. I think even most girls who normally opt for chunkier jewelry would appreciate a beautiful Tiffany piece to add to their collection. The Tiffany Bow Pendant is a delicate and flattering piece, and at a perhaps affordable £140. 

One Thing A Day To Do in London Book - A coffee table book is always a nice gift for a friend or a family, especially if it's something you think they'll really find a use for. The Tired of London, Tired of Life books, inspired by the website of the same name, offer some great suggestions of things to do at the weekends and is a great, fun present! For those outside London, the Mad Dogs and Englishmen: A Year of Things to See and Do in England is a great alternative. All three books in the series can be purchased on Amazon for under £10.

Monogrammed Luggage Tags - For the frequent traveler who likes a bit of luxury, a set of monogrammed luggage tags is a beautiful addition to their luggage collection. The set from Aspinal of London is a gorgeous set and there are lots of colours and leathers to choose from. The saffiano leather sets are just £35 and the website is currently offering 15% off until Monday. The monogramming costs an additional £15.

Kate Spade Cedar Street Stacy Wallet - For the fashion lovers in your life a handbag or accessories are always a winner, but it can be tricky to find something they will like. A functional wallet can always be useful and a simple design will go with almost anything. The Kate Spade Cedar Street Stacy wallets are really functional with 12 credit card slots, id slots, coin section and room for notes. They come in an array of colours or patterns, and at £90 make a lovely gift.

Adult Colouring Book - Something of a current craze, the adult colouring books make a cute gift for the creative friends in your life, or perhaps even the ones that need a bit of stress relief!! The Zen Nature Colouring Book from John Lewis is a cute variety of pictures and is a great price at £5.99. I would package this gift with a set of colouring pencils. 

How are you getting on with your Christmas shopping? Have you found any great ideas for women, I'd love to hear them?
Speak soon x

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