The Christmas Gift Guide For The One Who Has It All

We all have that one person (or people), who are so difficult to buy for! They either don't tell you what they want, so already have everything. These are the kind of people that make Christmas shopping more difficult to do, then its meant to be. I know this gift guide seems a little early, but with only 1 month to go till the big day, its time to get thinking and sorting. I've create my annual Christmas spreadsheet to put everything down for everyone and its proving rather difficult...there are just some people who are impossible to buy things for! Hopefully, this small guide will give you some inspiration...

The Christmas Gift Guide For The One Who Has It All

Personalised Gifts // You can never go wrong with buying someone a gift with their name on, its a small personal touch, that means the world to some people. I have become obsessed with buying baubles for friends, its such an easy thing to get your hands on and its lovely to see them put them on their trees. The Crafty Giraffe is a small independent business that does a wide range of personalised baubles, that are handcrafted and beautiful. I order from their every year and have never been disappointed! 

Caudalíe Gift Sets // If you're looking to gift your family and friends something luxurious but don't want to be spending a fortune then the Caudalíe gift sets are well worth a look at. They start from as little as £8 and are always boxed beautifully. This means, all you have to do, is pop it in a bag and you're good to go. The Vine Body Gift Set *(£22), is a great gift for a neighbour or work colleague as its pure heaven. The set contains a body butter and a hand cream, it comes inside a stunning red gift box and the duo of products will help anybody through the cold winter months. If you're doing secret Santa and have someone who loves their beauty products, then Mini Beauty Elixir Bauble* (£12) is the perfect gift. Again, its already wrapped for you and will look so cute in a bag with other goodies. 

caudalie christmas gifts

Food Gifts // I know that giving a biscuit or chocolate box isn't always the nicest thing to gift but sometimes its all you can think of. When you're buying for so many people, you don't want to be spending a lot of money. However, there is a way of making it look and feel more special. M & S are great at this time of year as they do a range of beautifully wrapped biscuit boxes, that make them look more expensive. Hotel Chocolat are a great place to visit on line for a range of chocolate gifts. They have wreaths, trees, hampers and so much more..its chocolate heaven.

Jewellery // Something a person can never have enough of is jewellery. Anything from rings to earrings - you can't beat gifting something small yet delicate. Most of my friends have their ears pierced and I love buying them elegant studs or even out there earrings because they can actually make use out of them. I'm always particular in which stone I buy them in, as some people suit silver more than others. There is a shop in Leeds called Lovisa, which stocks some of the most beautiful pieces, plus they always have offers on too!


Anything Sara Miller // If you have someone in your family or friends circle that loves collecting things, pretty prints, aesthetically pleasing items or even just loves receiving lovely home-ware gifts then you have to buy them something from Sara Miller London - without a shadow of a doubt. This tea cup set* is a part of the Chelsea collection and would make the perfect present this Christmas. It has a stunning bird pattern around it, with small gold detailing. The best part is that it comes presented in a box that pressed and presented so well.  There is so much more offered on the SM site, everything from tea cups like this one to spoons and stationery. You are bound to find something for someone and not have to spend a great amount either.

Vouchers // If you are really struggling then why not gift someone a gift voucher?! It could be for a day out somewhere, or for their favourite shop. I love receiving vouchers, as it gives me the option to buy something that I like/need. The Love2Shop vouchers are great as they can be used in a variety of different stores, giving the person/people a choice of where to shop. It also means you aren't being pressured into buying the perfect gift.
Sara Miller London Gifts

Don't forget yourself  or the Makeup Lover // I am a firm believer of buying yourself a gift for Christmas. I mean, you are doing a lot of hard work, its only fair that you treat yourself to something! The present that I love buying for myself every year and for my closest friends who are as beauty obsessed as I am, are lashes. My mum never agrees with me gifting makeup as she thinks people already have enough - she is mad. You can never have enough and lashes are one of those things you are always going to need around this time of year. Its party season, so why not treat yourself to some fluttery falsies from They stock the best Red Cherry lashes* and will have you scrolling for hours to find the perfect pair.
red cherry lashes christmas

When it comes to Christmas, my biggest tip is to start buying things slowly. If you buy things here and there, then by the time the 25th comes around you will be ready and organised, without a massive credit card bill. I find working and preparing for Xmas is hard, but getting things slowly has been a huge help and I feel as organised as ever! Let me know, if you'll be picking any of these bits up for the person that has it all... or even if you know who I'm talking about! 


*gifted, all opinions are my own and honest

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