So this is the last of the gift guides for the ladies and today it is £100 and under (tomorrow will be a general guide for kids,) there are some amazing gifts from around the web, so why not take a look?Diptyque Classic Candle Set, £60: Featuring three of their most loved scents, this Diptyque candle set is an essential for candle lovers. It contains Baies (my favourite,) Figuier and Roses so it's a really great mix of scents that'll leave her home smelling amazing and her feeling relaxed.
Bumble & Bumble Tousled Two-Step, £27: A great little set for the gals who like more of a 'just got out of bed' look (yep, me too,) this set contains the Thickening spray (adore it,) and the Texture Creme.
Hunter Short Wellington Boots, £70: I mentioned earlier in the guys guide that I had to include Hunter wellies, being from Devon and my preference is the shorter style. I like these because they are perfect for dog walks and don't look too obtrusive if I were to wear them into town on a snow day (wellies are actually great for walking in snow - especially the slushy type,) plus you know they are going to last for ages.
Lorus Unisex Rose Gold Watch, £47.99: This watch is absolutely beautiful, classic and in the ever favourite rose gold - this would go down like a storm on Christmas day - I know I'd love to get it.
Dyrberg/Kern Noble Rose Gold & Swarovski Crystal Stud Earrings, £35: If your lady is more of an earrings person - these studs come in silver, gold and rose gold to please all tastes. They are classic - no doubt about and any woman would love these in her collection, I feel.
Coach Legacy iPad Sleeve, £95: Coach has recently started to be stocked in John Lewis, sending handbag lovers a quiver no doubt, but this violet iPad sleeve is the most beautiful tablet cover I've seen. It's made from leather and has a nice lightly padded lining so perfect for out and about.
Lumie Bodyclock SAD Lamp, £75: SAD lamps aren't a new thing, they aim to provide a natural, gradual sunrise so that you can wake up feeling refreshed. It also has a sunset mode for when you're going to sleep and different alarms to make sure you definitely wake up. If you know someone who has trouble in winter with Seasonal Affective Disorder or just really cannot stand mornings - this is for them. I will of course mention if you think you suffer from SAD, I'd recommend going to a doctor for advice first.
So that is it for the guys and girls - I hope you feel a little more inspired for your Christmas shop! Tomorrow is a little guide for kids, so keep an eye out for that one.