Personally, I find men the hardest to buy for. I've been accused of buying boring gifts but it's so difficult to buy for guys! I feel like technology definitely isn't helping it means that games are now mostly bought online for cheaper so that's that idea out the window. I always think tech when it comes to guys so I've included some serious treats such as the KitSound Hive 2 Bluetooth Speakers and Beats Solo 2 Wireless Headphones but those are pretty costly and I definitely can't splash out that much on every guy I'm buying for.
A pretty safe bet goes with toiletries and gift sets, I find that often we (yes, girls and guys) don't tend to treat ourselves to many toiletries - if you're a beauty lover then this may be a different story so I speak for myself - Christmas is a really nice time to pamper someone with those. Having said that, there's a pretty varied price range in my gift guide starting with small stocking fillers from The Body Shop to luxury fragrances such as Akowa by M.Micallef.
With the risk of being labelled as boring once again I can't help but enjoy gifting clothing, maybe it's all down to the fashion lover/blogger in me? I personally fell in love with a Penguin hat which I think is such a fun gift for all ages as well as this slogan Tshirt which as soon as I laid eyes on it I knew it would be going under my boyfriends Christmas tree (it has his name written all over it!) Both of these are from F&F which makes them super easy to pick up whilst you're on your weekly shop! A little less on the boring side is a watch, I adore watches and I really do think they make a great gift for somebody special. This Christmas I'm thinking a Daniel Wellington watch will make the perfect gift, they also have some pretty sweet Christmas packaging so win, win - you can get 15% off your order using code: peexo
If you're looking for something more thoughtful I absolutely love the Christmas Cheerz box, this is new to me but I absolutely love it. As I mentioned before with technology quickly evolving nowadays it's can be really easy to forget moments you've enjoyed so what better than to develop those into keep sakes? I personally love developing photos but I really don't do it enough now with so much social media; it's crazy to think that in the future I'll probably be showing my grandchildren Facebook albums rather than physical albums?! But before then, having some cute polaroid style snaps is a nice way to bring back the memories with your friends and family.
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