Thursday, 20 November 2014

Christmas Gift Guide Series: For Him


Hey there lovelies! Today's post is the first in my Christmas Gift Guide series, and I thought I'd start with arguably the hardest people to buy for, men. Here are my gift ideas: 

1. Beer And Food Book £9.99 [x] : This book is perfect for anyone who really loves food (and beer of course!). This book pairs up beers, with their perfect counterpart meal and also includes over 50 dishes which use beer as an ingredient. 

2. Damn You Autocorrect! £6.99 [x] : We've probably all had some unfortunate autocorrect moments, and this second volume of Damn You Autocorrect brings together the best of them. Perfect for anyone who loves a good laugh. 

3. Batman Phrenology Cushion £34.95 [x] : This stylish and quirky cushion takes you inside Batman's brain and is perfect for anyone who loves Superheroes. 

4. Bluebeards Revenge Grooming Gift Set £19.99 [x] : This is for the man who puts a lot of effort into his appearance. Contains brush, shaving cream, post shave balm, and deodorant. 

5. Smartphone Projector £15.99 [x] : This smartphone projector projects movies and videos straight from your phone. 

6. Happy Socks £25.00 [x] : These 'happy socks' are perfect for any guy who doesn't mind making a bit of a statement. 

7. Breaking Bad Travel Mug £15.00 [x] : This travel mug is perfect for any Breaking Bad fans. I've already bought one of these for someone I know. 

8. John Lewis Monty & Mabel Penguin Silk Pocket Square £10.00 [x] : This festive pocket square is perfect for anyone you know who loves to dress like a 'gentleman.' Also available in blue. 

Hope this post gave you some gift inspiration! What will you be getting for the men in your life this Christmas? 


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  1. Great ideas, men are so difficult to buy for! My boyfriend has to be the hardest to find things for....
    Bethan Likes

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  2. This is such a great post! Although I don't celebrate Christmas,I think this is really helpful xx

    Luxveritatis.| Beauty.Fashion.Crafts

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    1. Thank you, well it would be good for birthday ideas too :)

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  3. Great ideas! I think my boyfriend would be a big fan of the beer cook book... I may have added that to my ideas!
    Sam xx
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  4. I love these posts you do, I like all of these picks! Abi :)
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  5. This. Is. Fantastic. More of these posts, please! I NEVER have any idea what to get my dad for Christmas, and I love how quirky and interesting all these ideas are. My favorite has to be the smart phone projector. Like whaaat, that's an amazing gadget! I wouldn't mind another guy guide in the near future :)

    xo marlen
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    1. Haha awww glad you liked it so much, I'll have a think about possibly doing a part two :)

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  6. I think my boyfriend would love the "Damn You Autocorrect" book as a stocking filler, I've bookmarked it! Thanks for the ideas xx

    Ioanna | Hearting.co.uk

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  7. For those pieces , each one is very unique. Interesting, I remember i rarely buy myself a gift for in Christmas. I should make a buying list for myself. I join your site, and i am a writer covers fashion/culture

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  8. Awesome selection! The men in your life are very lucky! Hehe x

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  9. This is a really helpful post. I never know what I should get my dad for Christmas. More posts like this would be great! Maybe you could check out my fashion and beauty blog? Thefashionistadiygal.blogspot.com. I would be delighted if you followed, and of course I will follow you back. Please comment on my latest post. Look forward to seeing you there! :)

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  10. I hate trying to find ideas on what to get for my husband. He works from home so shirt, cufflinks, ties are all out. It's bad enough gifts for men are limited, his nature of job made it even harder for me. LOL!

    Reflection of Sanity

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    1. Ah that sounds really hard, why do men have to be so hard to buy for?

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  11. Men really are the hardest people to buy for. I never know what to get my Dad for Christmas or birthdays! I thought this post was really helpful though! x x

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  12. That projector is genius lol, I would never have thought of that

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    Tyana
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  13. Fantastic post, buying for guys is always hard so thank you for sharing! <3

    I have a new outfit post up, let me know what you think! :)

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  14. Omg! Thank you for sharing this. <3
    I'm browsing the stuff that you included.

    x, shekinahjoy.com

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  15. nice tips!! :)
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  16. Lovely Ideas!! Love the breaking Bad Mug! xx

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  17. Wow, great ideas. I seriously might have to buy that Beer and Food book, but for myself :P

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    1. Haha thanks, and you should, it looks great :)

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  18. This is the kind of thing I really need at the moment. Having a boyfriend and two brothers and it coming up to Christmas I will definitely have a lot of Christmas shopping for him to be doing. I love your choices. Thanks so much for the inspiration.

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    1. No worries :) glad it inspired you! Good luck buying presents for all of them!

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  19. love the way you write, I was chuckling the whole time
    Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays !
    Stefanie | Casualllyawkward | Bloglovin

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