What to get the person who has everything?
London (PRWEB) December 08, 2012
1. For Children: Buying gifts for children can be tricky. What to get the kid who has everything? How about a Nika Zupanc ride-on toy car? Looks sleek, is super cool, and is guaranteed to raise smiles on Christmas Day.
2. For The Table: Make the Christmas tableware sparkle this holiday season with Rosenthal’s Versace crockery. A red and gold theme running throughout, the slick design can be used all-year round and not just for the festive period.
3. For The Traveller: It’s always pretty tricky to carry gifts home on the train, on a plane, in a car or on foot, but make sure the present boxes stay perfectly intact in Globe-Trotter’s sturdy cases. Traditionally British, they’re a sure-fire hit, and not just for Christmas…
4. The Scarf: If gifts are too tricky, why not take a new twist on an old classic? The scarf is a staple for any woman and Hayley Menzies brings them to life. Menzies’ designs included recycled fur, bringing style, warmth and chic all together.
5. For Him: Everyone loves to look their best at Christmas, so look no further than Mark/Giusti and their brand new range of silk ties, silk pocket squares and silk bow ties. Mix and match for maximum effect.
6. For Her: Adding that little bit of sparkle at Christmas is a necessity. Caspita have great delicate bracelets, rings and necklaces, each with a Chakra relating to different parts of the body. There is definitely something for everyone with these jewels and enamel pieces. And each piece means something different to each person.
7. For Grandparents: Games are standard practice with post-Christmas dinner time. How about a game of Backgammon with Alexandra Llewellyn’s hand crafted wooden boards. Über luxe, truly chic and completely classic.
8. For Newborns: Remember baby’s first Christmas in a bespoke romper from Olivier Baby. Truly to your design, Olivier Baby & Kids’ products are completely cashmere – super soft and super luxe.
9. For teenagers: Teenagers are rarely seen without some form of tech gadget attached to their palm or ear. Why not make it more fun for them with Capulet’s coloured leather wristlet cases? Fitting all types of iPhone and many other phones, they are a key accessory.
10. Secret Santa: For those pesky (or fun) little Secret Santa gifts, why not try Penhaligon’s Tin of Brighton Matches? Oversized and they make a great decorative item.
11. Stocking Fillers: Fun for children and adults alike, this Moneyphant is a sleek coin safe, ready as an extra stocking stuffer.
12. Under £100: For those little (or big) presents that need to be the lower end of your price budget, select from Quintessentially Gifts’ 100 Gifts Under £100 – in the selection there really is something for everyone.
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