Monday, 8 December 2014

Luxury Gift Guide

This gift guide contains presents that are bound to wow any lady in your life. They are on the more pricey side but I think any women would be more than happy to receive them. If you're looking for more budget friendly gifts you can check out my stocking fillers gift guide and gifts under £35.00.

Pomegranate Noir Candle |  £40.00 from Jo Malone
I personally love a good candle and even though you don't need to spend the earth this one is well worth the price tag. Pomegranate Noir is an absolutely stunning fragrance and captures the very essence of Christmas with its warm spicy aroma that fills the room adding a cosy festive vibe.

GHD Curve Soft Curl Set* | £110.00 from GHD
These curlers are ideal from any woman who likes to change up her hair style. The 32inch barrel is just the right size to create loose bouncy curls in below shoulder length hair, and they also do smaller a barrel ( great for shorter hair or tighter curls) and two curling wands that create different curls, all presented in a limited edition rose gold roll bag.

Gucci Silver Necklace | £170.00 from Gucci
For anyone that loves their designer labels this necklace would perfect. A silver chain which is fastened by the interlocking GG symbols and a T-Bar clasp with Gucci engraving,  all wrapped up in the signature Gucci logo velvet pouch.

Return to Tiffany Bracelet | £245.00 from Tiffanys
No one does luxury jewellery gifts like Tiffany and the iconic blue and white packaging will have any girlfriend or wife screaching for joy when she see's it. The classic Return to Tiffany disc pendent and chunky linked chain is ideal for anyone into their silver jewellery and a great piece to own.

Which is your favourite from the Luxury Gift Guide?
*Pr Sample. All thoughts are of course my own.


  1. OOh now this is definitely a luxury list, a fab one too x

  2. You cant go wrong with a pair of GHD's!
    xprincessjas | ♥


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