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Gift Ideas for Her

As winter approaches, everyone starts to think about Christmas and what gifts to buy this year. If you’re looking for a gift for her whether it’s a friend, sister or partner here’s a look at 5 gifts to buy them this festive period.

Sleepwear

Pyjamas are a commonly bought present every year and with good reason. The designs tend to be loose fitting which means sizing isn’t much of an issue and the style. Looking for designer lingerie & womens sleepwear makes for an even better gift too, something that the recipient may not usually buy due to the price. If you can, adding some of their personality to the choice will make it a much more thoughtful gift or maybe even getting some ideas from other as to what they usually consider with sleepwear.

Scratch Map

If you want something on a tight budget or maybe a secret Santa gift, a scratch map is perfect for someone who loves to travel. It’s a map that you can scratch off locations that you have visited, a great way to keep track of where you have been and where you need to go next. They tend to be around £10 – £20 depending on size, and the novelty gift works well for years to come.

Scented Candle

Simple but effective, a scented candle can completely vary in price and works perfectly as a stocking filler. There are plenty of different options to choose from and knowing some of their fond favourites may help you decide which one to choose.

Personalised Wine

On most high streets in the UK, stalls are opening and offering some iconic bottles of wine. Bottles in the shape of skulls, animals and other unique shapes can be chosen and filled with a wine of your choice. It won’t be like anything they’ve to receive before and the bottle makes for a good piece of art after it’s been finished.

Weekend Away

A weekend getaway can be very affordable, and glamping trips are a hot trend currently. Being able to order the tickets and have a well presented tangible gift can still be done while the person who receives it can book the exact date they want to use the trip themselves. Spa trips, theme parks and cottages are all similar options if you don’t think that glamping will be their favoured choice.