Looking for the perfect stocking filler presents? I have done a little round-up with some useful items that will make great Christmas gifts.
When shopping for Christmas gifts, I really like going the extra mile – by choosing things that my friends and family will really like. If you are looking for ‘larger’ Christmas gifts, check out my post which includes a list of Christmas presents for people who have everything. If you are looking for ‘smaller’ items, then these stocking filler ideas may come in handy.
Mappin & Webb 18ct White Gold 1.00ct Brilliant Cut Stud Earrings
Cost £2000 (on sale from £4000) from Mappin & Webb
Again, I am ticking many boxes here. Timeless, check. Useful, check. Tiny, check. You can see where I am going with this…
N Peal fingerless cashmere gloves
Available in many colours and cost £59 from N Peal
I have ordered and can’t wait for mine!
Smythson Panama Business & Credit Card Case
Costs £125 from Smythson
The safest stocking filler of all – unisex and always handy. I use mine in the evenings so I can take a couple cards and a bit of cash, or just fill them up with business cards for day to day. I have bought countless as gifts and have always been a hit. (Bonus: also an easy one to re-gift if you don’t need it).
Acqua di Parma Soap Set
Some people love soap bars – and you won’t go wrong with these.
Aesop Ressurection Pocket Hand Sanitiser
£7 from Liberty London
The most 2020 of all stocking fillers – but one you really need. If you are looking for more ideas, have a look at my luxury hand sanitiser edit.
Chanel Nail Polish in Ballerina
£22 from Chanel or any department store around the world. (but under £15 at World Duty Free at Heathrow or Gatwick)
Talk about random, but these are stocking fillers. For someone who travels a fair bit, I always travel with Chanel Ballerina and whatever shade of red I have picked for the season and if I am going to somewhere less urban, I will make sure I wear either colour (and take them with me to my nail lady). Why? Accidents happen and I have been surprised by how difficult it was to match a colour or how bad nail polish colours were at resort hotels. Also get the Gel coat.
Susanne Kauffman Hand cream
See my hand cream edit for other ideas
I love almost edit product Susanne Kaufmann makes – and her hand cream is divine. As is her bath oil.
La Mer eye concentrate
We both use this La Mer cult item – and have been doing so for almost three years, and it is our favourite.
Hotel Chocolat Mini Selection
Costs £5 from John Lewis
Byredo Chai Candle
Quite a different smell from my normal profile but it surprised me and it may surprise you too. See my home fragrance edit for more ideas.
Sip by Swell Gold Glitter Flask
Highly discounted at TK Maxx, down to £14.99
Zara Vetiver Pamplemousse Eau de Parfum by Jo Loves
Costs £15.95 for 40ml from Zara
Jo Loves, the new brand by Jo Malone CBE has developed a special perfume range for Zara called Zara Emotions and they are lovely. I have never bought perfume at Zara and I did stock up. New for 2020, the matching candle range.
Just between friends by Rosie Nixon
Costs £6.99 from Amazon
I have read and enjoyed Rosie’s books for a few years now and her latest is a must read.
Amazon Echo Dot 4th generation
We went from Alexa 1.0 to 3.0 last year and are very happy with how it all connects – and you can now listen to the same music everywhere. With the arrival of Baby S, we have never used Alexa more as we figured out we can play lullabies. Turns out Mr. O and her listen to the news as she has her first bottle. We set alarms and reminders for her – and the clock is actually quite handy. And it’s size makes it a great Christmas stocking filler.
The Liberty Beauty Cracker
Costs £14.00 from Liberty London
Liberty London joined forces once again with two of my favourite brands: Susanne Kauffman and Aromatherapy Associates (check my hotel toiletries worth stealing and luxury hand washes posts) and this cracker is not only beautiful but also useful. The ultimate Christmas stocking filler.
Cost £28 from Falke
If you insist on giving socks every year to someone, make them Falke, as they really are different and pairing them isn’t so bad as they come with left and right marks and each model has their own name, so it can even be a game for little ones to help. As Christmas stocking fillers go, this would actually not be such a bad one with all the time we are spending at home.
I hope this list of Christmas stocking fillers is helpful and I wish you a very happy holiday season (or as happy as 2020 will allow).
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