For the past few weeks, shops have been full of adorned trees, Christmas decorations and music playing everywhere, and many holiday deals that made people run around in search for the perfect gift for their loved ones.
Unfortunately, many of us still haven’t finished (or even started!) Christmas shopping yet. With the 25th getting closer, the pressure to get the right presents grows, but there’s still a bit of time to find something for everyone.
When doing your shopping, always keep in mind the style of the person you are buying the present for and what they like.
Here are some helpful ideas to get your family and friends sorted.
The most popular gift is indeed loungewear or sleepwear. Both men and women will appreciate, for example, a pair of satin pyjamas or comfortable slippers.Robes and socks don’t have to be a boring present, but can be a good idea for even the most fashion-forward friend!
If you are planning to spend a bit more, watches or jewellery are great gifts.
For a fashionable lady, designer bags, scarves or a makeup palette would be perfect too. Classic perfumes, colognes or books are loved by everyone.
As for the little ones, you don’t have to necessarily buy toys. As we said before, books are great. Or what about a onesie with their favourite characters printed on it? For babies, look for a bath gift set or or a cosy personalised blanket.
Do you have any pets at home? Make sure not to forget about them! They will love some new gadgets or yummy treats!
Don’t feel like rushing to the shops? Then try online shopping. Many retailers still offer delivery before Christmas day. Just make sure to check the details on their websites.
You can even try some DIY that doesn’t have to be fashion related! Bake some biscuits or make a photo album for your family. They are going to love it!
Christmas is also a time to remember those who are less fortunate. Look for charity shops around you and purchase the gifts from there. Adopting a pet from your local rescue shelter can be a lovely idea, but pets are not toys and bringing one at home requires a lot of responsibilities. If you decide to give a pet a home for Christmas, make sure you will be able to keep it forever!