A Gift Guide for All


Another gift guide! You're welcome. (That was sarcasm.) This gift guide isn't specifically themed. It's more so full of miscellaneous pieces that would be great for most people on your list. I hope this helps!

Alcohol - Obviously this is for those who are of legal drinking age. If someone on your list likes to drink at all, ever, consider buying them some booze! You can easily go with their favorites and/or something "odd" that they wouldn't necessarily buy for themselves. 

Matching Sets - Gift sets are never a bad idea, especially when you're stumped on what to get someone. This *William Morris pouch and notebook set is a cute idea for anyone, and I mean anyone. Students, parents, your average adult who likes to keep a list or two, etc.

Calendars/Planners - A Calendar or planner is a great idea for anyone who likes to plan out their days or works in an office. They're even great for meal planning. The calendars included in this gift guide are from *Workman, and they're so sweet. The "Paint by Sticker" calendar looks so fun, and the "Today Is Going to Be a Great Day" calendar is very Instagram worthy. A good planner can be a little pricey if you're on a budget, but it'll be much appreciated, believe me.


Candles - Who doesn't like candles? Actually, the options are endless when it comes to candles, so your answer is everyone. Everyone likes candles. Go for a nice big scented one, or consider tapers and a matching set of candle holders. You can't go wrong!

Books - Okay, I get that not everyone wants books, but I think that they're fantastic. I posted a gift guide completely dedicated to books last month (you can see that here), but I couldn't not include this gorgeous copy of *"The Story Orchestra: The Nutcracker." It's technically a children's book, but I'd even gift it to any adult in your life who is fond of The Nutcracker and/or lovely illustrations. I was VERY tempted to keep it for myself, but it's now wrapped up and ready for my niece. 

Knitwear - This is possibly a tricky item, but knitwear is a perfect gift for anyone who lives somewhere that experiences even a little bit of Winter. I know I always love when I receive knitwear for Christmas. If you don't know someone's size and/or you don't want to risk getting it wrong, consider a nice knit throw/shawl or a scarf. There are plenty of options here!


I also wanted to include some other gift guides that I've admired this season. You should definitely check them out for more ideas.


*Items marked with an asterisk (*) were gifted. They're all genuinely recommended, and I'm re-gifting them myself.


8 comments:

  1. Hahah I'm joining all the bloggers that have done gift guides next week haha, but hey - we can't have too much inspiration for ideas right? Absolutely love all your ideas, gifts I wouldn't mind receiving and great ones to give away. Can't have too many candles and always love to give away a book about someone's favorite subject. Have a lovely weekend Amber! Xx

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    1. You're right! I can't wait to see your own. Thanks Mia!

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  2. Can never go wrong with any of those and I'd love being gifted a new planner lol. Wishing you a great weekend! xx

    Andreea,
    http://couturezilla.com/

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  3. Calendars/planners are great gift suggestions, as the New Year is just around the corner now! Ooh and who wouldn't love to unwrap candles? I love gifting candles during the festive season :) Have a wonderful week ahead Amber...

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  4. Great tips Amber.., while lots of people are looking forward to a 'white Christmas'; here in Down Under we are heading to the beach and having gelato! Enjoy the festive season! X

    Vivienne

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    1. Your way sounds great too! Enjoy, Vivienne!

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