Tuesday, 1 December 2015

Gent's Gift Guide.

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As I featured a post for the ladies in your life, I thought it was only fair to pop up a gift guide for the gents. If your like me, I really struggle with finding the perfect present for my hubby. He can be so difficult to buy for so I thought I would pick out a few stocking fillers than any man would be happy to receive.

Accessories like wallets, socks, hats and gloves are such an easy gift to give. I love the idea of picking up a gorgeous leather wallet for my other half. They just look like such a lovely gift and something that is so classic and never goes out of fashion. 

I bought my other half a Christmas jumper before Christmas jumpers were cool. That was 6 years ago and I think it's fair to say it's seen better days. Getting a jumper with a Winter design means it can be worn even after the festive period is over, to keep cosy when the snow arrives.

The easiest gift to 'pad out' presents are certainly gift sets. I love receiving gift sets and I think they're a really great way of trying products that you haven't tried before. The Clinique set is fab and tailored made for men's skin so is perfect for any man in your life. 

The hubby and I are huge fans of The Body Shop, so these gift sets are the ideal treat for my other half. They come is gorgeous tins, that look super cool and sort-of retro looking. The Post Party Rescue Kit* and the Modern Gent's Shaving Kit* come with full size products from the Maca Root men's range. Jonathan has used this range in the past and really enjoyed it, so he was over the moon to give it another go. The sets are really affordable and the perfect gift when you're struggling for stocking fillers.

I hope this has helped inspire you to do a spot of Christmas shopping for those a little bit harder to buy for!

Katie x


1 comment

  1. thanks for this! i'm still struggling to find the perfect Christmas present for my boyfriend. we played random alphabet picking and the letter O came up, so now we must gift each other something that starts with an O. can I get him a l'Occitane set and argue that it starts with an O? it does, doesn't it? :D


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