THE SELFRIDGES GUIDE TO ROCKIN' STOCKING FILLERS

Struggling to tick off your Christmas list? Whoever you’re buying for, here’s our pick of pint-sized gifts that will pack a punch.

 
THE SELFRIDGES GUIDE TO ROCKIN'

STOCKING FILLERS

Struggling to tick off your Christmas list? Whoever you’re buying for, here’s our pick of pint-sized gifts that will pack a punch.

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For the super-stylish one

Everybody knows that good things come in small packages. Knock her (cashmere) socks off with an adorable micro bag or blow him away with a super-suave card holder.

Huda Beauty – fragrance and palette / Zoeva – brush set

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For the beauty-obsessed one

One word: Huda. Any fan of glam will jump for joy to find a beauty treat from global make-up superstar Huda Kattan in their Christmas stocking – we recommend the aptly named Obsessions palette. Squeals of delight guaranteed. 

For the eco-minded one

Did you know that ‘single-use’ is officially Collins Dictionary’s word of 2018? In a bid to eradicate single-use plastic, we’ve got plenty of giftable alternatives, from sleek reusable water bottles and coffee cups to beeswax food wraps (see ya, cling film). A toothbrush is a classic stocking stuffer, so why not switch the plastic for bamboo this year? Zero Waste Home plants a tree for every toothbrush sold, so this is a gift that keeps on giving. 

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For the foodie one

The way to a person’s heart? In our experience, chocolate and Champagne often do the trick. Our Selfridges Selection chocolate boxes make an impressive gift for your Christmas Day host. Or, if Christmas dinner is at yours, place a Moët & Chandon cracker at each table setting – complete with a mini bottle of Champagne and a gold crown inside (beats a yoyo or a mini screwdriver, right?)

For the impossible-to-buy-for one 

We’ve all got that person on our Christmas list who we haven’t got the foggiest idea what to buy for (Aunt Janet, that’s you). Thankfully, we’ve curated a list of gifts that are guaranteed to go down a treat with even the fussiest of friends. You’re very welcome.