I always find the ladies in my family a lot easier to buy for than the men folk (sorry guys, but that’s the truth). The choice of presents is endless, and I often find myself wanting that very gift too. Maybe that’s why I find it easier, I just think about what I would love myself.
The range of Christmas presents from Amara is huge and they are all gorgeous, plus you are guaranteed to find something to purchase for everyone. The online store has a wide range of well known brands for any occasion and for any relative or friend. I found myself drooling over stunning jewellery to beautiful homewares, I just wanted it all. However Christmas is not about me, it’s about getting a present that another family member or friend would love, and Amara has it all.
For the ladies in our family I selected the following three items which came to about £100 in total, and this is pretty good for three Christmas gifts.
Ruby + Ed Women’s Natural Calf Boot (slippers)
These Ruby + Ed Women’s Natural Calf Boot slippers are totally gorgeous and would be so snuggly on a cold day. The slippers are lined with super soft fur, that are made from a robust suedette and faux sheepskin, so they are perfect for mooching round the house in. I could just imagine wearing these on a cold Winter’s night in front of a log-fire with a hot chocolate. They cost £40 and would make a perfect gift for your Mum, sister, or sister-in-law.
Scion Spike Large Cosmetic Bag
I am a huge fan of all the items in the Scion range and I really like the hedgehog design. We have a couple of the Scion fox items at home, so it’s nice to see another design in the range. This Spike large cosmetic bag is quite large, and would make an ideal make-up bag or toiletry bag for a long weekend or overnight stay. The zip is made from real leather which is a really nice touch to this already stunning cosmetic bag. It costs just £23 and is great value for a Christmas present.
Pols Potten Layers Vase in Smoke
I love this Pols Potten Layers Vase, and I am so tempted to keep this one for myself. It is beautiful and a really decent size too. It’s quite heavy, so it feels really luxurious and much more expensive than its retail price of £36. This vase would work really well as either a decorative accessory against either a grey or white wall, or be used as a vase for flowers. It would make an ideal present for anyone who loves stunning homeware.
As you can see the range of gifts available at Amara are all absolutely stunning, and are of a really high quality. I can’t wait to see how everyone reacts to these beautiful gifts on Christmas morning.
If you’ve still got a few last minutes Christmas present to purchase and are stuck for ideas, then head on over to the Amara website where their handy gift guide should help you.
This is a collaborative post with Amara.