Christmas Gift Guide: for her

Treat the stylish woman in your life with our curated gift guide 

Style 7 Dec 2020

Jump for joy
Keep it cute and cosy with this alpaca-blend sweater from Pinko. The statement stitch pattern and fitted shape means it will go beautifully with a pair of jeans or dressed up with a long skirt and boots or worn over a dress. Top marks for versatility. £175;


If the boot fits
Ideal for leisurely rambles during those limbo days between Christmas and New Year, these chunky leather and shearling Eshe boots from Jimmy Choo are drop-dead gorgeous and made for walking. £895; 


Bag it up
’Tis the season for fluffy accessories — and they don’t come chicer than this small striped wool Lola Burberry cross-body bag. Made from Italian-woven wool in a contrasting stripe pattern and finished with the unmistakable Thomas Burberry monogram, this is definitely a bag for life, not just for Christmas. £1,350; 


Check mate
Tweed is timeless. The trick to keeping it glamorous is to go for flattering, fitted silhouettes and experiment with contrasting complementary patterns and colours. Channel your inner Beth Harmon from The Queen’s Gambit with this stunning 100% lambswool trench coat from Johnstons of Elgin. A true investment piece that will brighten up any dull winter day. £895;


Wrap up warm
You can’t go wrong with a cashmere scarf for Christmas, especially when it’s as stylish and comfy as this 100% woven cashmere number (complete with playful pom-poms) from Mayfair’s premier knitwear ateliers, N.Peal. We love. £169; 


Scents and sensibility
Likewise, a new bottle of perfume is always guaranteed to surprise and delight on Christmas Day. Particularly if it’s from niche British perfumier Miller Harris. We recommend the unashamedly feminine Peau Santal, with soft and warming notes evoked by the creamy richness of sandalwood. £115;


Velvet underground
Dries Van Noten has created the ultimate party pants in this stunning emerald green velvet pair. The flattering high waist and loose wide-leg fit is a masterclass in Seventies extravagance. £405;