With Christmas right around the corner, panic Christmas shopping is at its peak. Avoid the stores and find your loved one a unique present with this his & hers gift guide for the hard to buy for!
Hers: Christmas gifts for fussy girls
For the fashionista, this Venatici necklace from Anthropologie is an elegant option. This gold and black statement necklace would look wonderful at a New Year’s party or worn for a simple romantic dinner. Anthropologie, £44
If you’re after a big gift with wow-factor, these gilded angel wings are a wonderful option. People often don’t think of large decor pieces for gifts, but for someone with specific taste, it can often be a successful buy. These wings are beautiful wall decor, and the most intricate I’ve seen in shops at the moment. Cox & Cox, £150
She doesn’t have to be a tech-lover to appreciate this geometric iPhone case. The pretty girlie design will brighten up and personalise an iPhone, while following current pastel and geometric trends. Etsy: IdeaCase, £13.83
For the travel lover, this cork map notice board is the perfect starting point for a really personal present. Cover the cork board in little memories from your travels together and mount it on a patterned backdrop. Luckies, £25
Share the Christmas spirit (subtly!) with this Mullholland wool cushion. The red plaid would add a pop of colour to a plain sofa, and it’s soft and snuggly too. Laura Ashley, £31.50
Add to the festive memories with these hanging pears from Fields of Blue, which will be unwrapped and hung straight on the tree! The sweet little sparkly pears offer a shabby chic take on traditional tree decorations, and will be used for years to come. Plus, Fields of Blue are offering free UK mainland delivery on orders over £50, so you can grab a few other gifts too. Fields of Blue, £24.95
His: unique presents for men with particular taste
Dr Who fan? This fancy lambswool bow tie is a retro twist on the classic accessory. When coupled with a vintage shirt, this bow tie is a fun addition, reminiscent of the great Doctor himself. Graham & Green, £24
If he has a taste for stylish interiors, this vintage metal trolley is a thoughtful gift. Accessorise it with barware, or place it in a home office as functional storage. Cox & Cox, £150
This pheasant rectangular scatter cushion is a quirky gift with a lot of charm! This illustrated pheasant design would suit a sofa or comfortable armchair. Made.com, £40
For the music lover, these Philips CitiScape Downtown Headphones are the perfect solution. The green design is my favourite, offering a retro look while providing high quality sound. Urban Outfitters, £60
Every iPad addict needs a classy cover. This durables sleeve for iPad is a classy option, coupling waxed canvas with leather. It’s available for iPads 2, 3 and 4. Dodocase, £64.95
Record collectors will be satisfied with this record frame from Art Vinyl. These clip frames are a minimalist way of displaying vinyl record covers. They’re functional too – these frames open easily from the wall to access your favourite records with ease. Art Vinyl, £39
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