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Christmas Gift Guide: 2020 Edition

Finally, the festive season is upon us! We made it through 2020 (almost). Christmas may not be the same this year for most, but you can still make the most of it by giving (and social distancing of course). I have compiled a selection of ideas here to make it easier for you to spread the joy this Christmas.

The Luton Hoo Hotel, December 2019


Gifts for the Home:

Nutribullet  - Amazon - Over £50

 The White Company  - Winter scented candles & Gift Sets - Ranges from £10 - £100


Diptyque Candles - Under £50



Next 'His and Hers' mugs - Under £5


Chanel Catwalk - Coffee Table Fashion Book - Under £50



 


Louis Vuitton Catwalk - Coffee Table Fashion Book - Under £50




















Gifts for Her:

Olaplex Hair Treatment Gift Set - Under £25


UGG Slippers - Over £50












Amazon Kindle - Under £50















Gifts for Him:
Apple Airpods Pro - Over £100




Dior Sauvage Eau de Toilette - Under £50









Tassimo Coffee Machine - Under £50















Clothing: Jigsaw, All-Saints, Flannels, John Lewis, Zara



Beauty Gifts










Benefit Makeup Gift Sets - Ranges from £20-£50








Look Fantastic - Monthly Beauty Subscription Box -Under £20










Drunk Elephant skincare gift set - Over £50















Gifts for Teens


Instax Mini Camera - Over £50
Jewellery - Skinnydip - £10+
















Clothes: Zara, Topshop, Hollister, River Island, New Look, Jack Wills


Food & Drink Gifts 
Hotel Chocolat - Ranges - £10-£300
John Lewis - Alcohol & Food Hampers Ranges £5-£500
















Stocking Fillers


Fluffy Socks - Debenhams - Under  £5



The Five-Minute Wellness Journal - Under £20

Chilly's Water bottles - Under £15












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