Wednesday, 13 November 2013

Christmas Gift Guide | For Him | Under £100

Today's gift guides are a little pricier, falling into the '£100 and under' category, usually reserved for the special men in your life, boyfriends, brothers and fathers. So here is my top pick from around the web for this Christmas...
Herschel Little America Backpack, £85: Pretty expensive for a backpack but it's from the brand Herschel who make excellent quality bags, so it'll be one he can use for a long time. This is pretty perfect for students or adventuring (travelling) types, so if you know someone like this, why not give them this?

Hugo Boss Cufflinks, £59: Cufflinks are a really great gift in terms of accessories; you can go completely novelty with it (think rugby ball shaped, etc) flamboyant or like these particular ones, pretty simple and classic. 

Hunter Wellington Boots, £89: Since I live in Devon, it'd be pretty rude to NOT include these iconic boots. These are amazingly popular on farms or festivals alike and come in handy for everything. These will last for years too. 

Otis Batterbee Axington Wash Bag, £95: For the man who never fails in the grooming department why not treat to him to this luxe large washbag? My father is pretty much like me in terms of keeping everything organized and in its place, and he'd adore this classic. Again, on the pricier side but it'll last years as it's crafted from the best materials.

Le Creuset Wine Accessories Kit, £85: Perfect for the wine connoisseur, this high quality set includes a lever corkscrew, matching foil cutter, wine aerator and pourer as well as a wine pump with three stoppers. Plus it's from Le Creuset so you know it will last for ever.

Oregon Scientific Rainbow Clock, £79.95: Perfect for the guy with a stressful job or just has trouble getting forty winks, this clock features soothing multi-coloured lights and sounds to help you drift off. It looks amazing too. 

So that is it for the guys - come back and take a little peak at one more guide for the ladies. I'll also be doing two more gift guides, one aimed at kids and the other at pets.

Have you started Christmas shopping yet? I'm almost done!


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