Looking for inspiration for Christmas presents? With these ideas you can impress loved ones who love fashion with stylish gifts.
Christmas is getting closer week by week and with it one question is becoming more present: What do I give my loved ones? If you are still looking for original gifts: Here are gift ideas in different price ranges for everyone who loves fashion.
Small gift ideas for fashion fans
They are the cliché among Christmas presents – but just the right thing as a little something for fashion enthusiasts: socks with a stylish design or patterns in eye-catching colors that can be an eye-catcher under your pants.
In recent years, crossbody cell phone chains have also become a popular trend accessory. A cell phone chain in a colorful design such as colorful wooden beads or a slightly wider band in bright colors could delight a fashionista’s heart at Christmas.
Medium-priced gifts for fashion fans
The classic Christmas gift for everyone who loves aesthetics: a coffee table book. This refers to elaborately designed books and illustrated books on topics such as fashion, art, architecture, interior design or photography. A beautiful coffee table book not only stimulates inspiration through its content, but is also perfect as a stylish home accessory.
A wonderful Christmas present with a practical side effect: a scarf made of high-quality, warming wool such as alpaca or merino. Anyone who values sustainability and fair production conditions will find brands that value transparency.
Great gift ideas for fashion fans
The bigger the budget, the bigger the options: If you want to make a fashion-loving person very happy at Christmas, you can, for example, organize and give away a shopping day with a personal style advisor. Or a weekend trip to a fashion metropolis like Paris, Milan or New York.
I am an author and journalist who has worked in the entertainment industry for over a decade. I currently work as a news editor at a major news website, and my focus is on covering the latest trends in entertainment. I also write occasional pieces for other outlets, and have authored two books about the entertainment industry.