Christmas gift guide - £30 and under

Every year I promise myself I'll be more organized and yet every year I always seem to leave my Christmas shopping till the very last minute. Luckily there are so many great gift sets these days and online shopping has made things so much easier. This week I've put together a selection of my top picks and if like myself you've yet to complete your shopping then I hope you'll find this £30 and under Christmas gift guide useful: 

 Christmas gift guide: New Look scarf

Notice the tartan print in the background? It's actually a super cozy New look scarf which is the first item on my Christmas gift guide. As I've gotten older I've really come to appreciate winter warmers and think this would be perfect for a girlfriend or sister. It looks and feels far more expensive than it's £12.99 pricetag, the pink and blue adds a fun twist to a traditional print and it's big enough to double up as a blanket or shawl in the evenings.  


For someone who's into her technology what about these wireless Jam headphones? I always find over the ear headphones more comfortable to wear and these ones come pre-charged so can be used straight out of the box. The sound quality is clear and precise and the wireless function means they're great for wandering around the house. If you're thinking of treating yourself to one they're also great for lazy days when you just want stay in bed watching Youtube videos and movies without being disturbed.


It wouldn't be a Christmas gift guide without some scented candles and this year I'm loving these tins from Sensichic. The brainchild of a former beauty PR Sensichic candles are free from paraffin and other toxins, lovingly hand poured in batches of 10 and come in fun scents such as fashion fiend and beauty junkie. In fact with notes of spearmint and grapefruit I may just have to treat myself to one as an early Christmas present!

 Christmas gift guide - Clinique, Marks & Spencers and Paul & Joe


For beauty lovers you can't go wrong with a selection of her favourite cosmetics. Clinique chubby sticks and cheek pops will always go down well, Paul and Joe do some of the prettiest make up around and for teenagers you can always rely on the limited edition collection from M&S. Alternatively this Disaster designs make up bag would make a lovely present and you could even fill it with her favourites for a fun personalized gift.


Finally for some luxurious haircare take a look at this Art of classic gift set from Paul Mitchell. Packaged in a beautiful printed wash bag, you'll find a full sized bottle of their original shampoo, conditioner and fast drying sculpting spray.  It comes in 8 other varieties but if you're not sure of her hair type then this would be the most universal. Perfect for the girl who likes a touch of everyday luxury.

How are you getting on with your Christmas shopping? Did any of the gift ideas catch your eye?

2 comments

  1. M&S lip crayons are pretty, I would love to see them under my tree on Xmas Day
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    1. They really are! Fingers crossed you'll find them underneath the Christmas tree this year x

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