Festive present guide 2023: Fabulous Christmas gift ideas for women

Festive present guide 2023: Fabulous Christmas gift ideas for women

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Welcome to my 2023 gift guide which focuses this year on Christmas gift ideas for women. If you’re looking for something for your mum, your girlfriend, auntie, sister, daughter, colleague, friend, next door neighbour, priest, dog sitter, bus driver or in fact any woman really – here are some lovely ideas for what to get her as a smashing Christmas gift this year.

If you want more ideas, you can check out my Christmas gift ideas for Women from 2021 (I didn’t get around to doing one in 2022 because I still remembered the hard work involved from the previous year) or my more recent Mother’s day gift guides here and here. If you’re after ideas for men and these just won’t do, there’s a guide here you can look at.

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Christmas gift guide 2023: Festive present ideas for women

Elstree Soaps

As stocking fillers go, this one is guaranteed to make your haul smell nice on Christmas day. Elstree Soaps is a small business based in Hertfordshire. They make vegan, palm oil free and environmentally-friendly bath products and they’re all handmade.

The soaps smell absolutely divine; I was sent the ‘In Bloom’ soap with rose geranium, patchouli and lavender which was thoughtfully wrapped and presented and smells almost good enough to eat (but please don’t, it does not taste good). The soaps cost £7 each which makes an affordable end-of-term gift or thank you present; if you’re looking for a more substantial gift then these gift boxes are packed with scented treats. Their Instagram page featuring lovely pictures of their products can be found here.

You can get 10% off using this link or using the code WhingeWine.

Comme des Jumelles Dream Box

Comme des Jumelles (‘Like Twin Sisters’ – not ‘Like Binoculars’ which was my first guess. My French isn’t great) is a brand started in 2020 by Julie, a mum of three daughters. Her aim is to create a range of eco-friendly and cruelty-free beauty products for mums and daughters sharing their daily beauty routine.

The dream box has an RRP of £29, but is currently priced at £20. It includes a ‘Head in the Clouds’ lavendar and fennel pillow mist, a ‘Tiny Dream Drops’ massage & bath oil, a Petit Coer bath bomb and a small ‘Comme une Caresse’ body cream. All products are suitable for any skin; even children’s. It comes packed in a lovely wrapped gift box too.

If you’re looking for Christmas gift ideas for women who just happen to be mums then you can purchase this box, and other gorgeous products, here and follow them on Instagram here.

Yaheetech 5-in-1 rolling Makeup Case

If you’re always getting told off about your hair and beauty items taking over the bedroom (ahem) then this will absolutely float your boat. This absolute monster of a case consists of 4 detachable parts (and two lids, which is very useful) which can be separated and stacked in any combination.

The portable top case opens up with 4 accordion-style trays and a bottom tray; the two middle trays come with adjustable dividers, and a removable foam holder to keep make up items such as nail varnish safe, meanwhile the bottom spacious compartment is great for bigger things like hairdryers. The whole thing is hard to protect your stuff. It comes on castors so it can be wheeled along using the telescopic trolley handle, and there’s a carry strap too. Plus, it comes with keys which lock the lid. It’s all just really handy!

You can buy this Yaheetech 5-in-1 Makeup case from Amazon here. It has a full RRP of £74.99, however you can currently buy for £63.39 if you apply an Amazon voucher. Check out the Yaheetech UK website and official Instagram page for more of their products.

Mindful remedies: Personalised Bach flower remedy blend

If you know someone who is stressed, anxious, or just needs to put themselves first more often, then how about a gift of personalised Bach flower remedies;. Create a natural and unique wellness gift by combining up to seven different flower remedies depending on your (or your giftee’s) emotional state. Once you’ve chosen your essences, it’ll be shipped directly to your door.

You can take up to four drops four times a day with a glass of water to improve your mood and wellbeing. They cost £22 each, or you can get 15% off when you buy more than one remedy.

Scaramanga Leather Gifts

Scaramanga design and make beautiful leather bags and accessories as well as vintage furniture.

This gorgeous little bag – the leather Micro ‘Pixie’ handbag – has three handy pockets, just big enough to hold my keys, phone, torch, dog treats and bags so it has become my dog walking must-have which I grab whenever I leave the house. Made from their signature antique Hunter leather which is slightly distressed for a vintage look, it costs £50.

If bags aren’t your thing, there are a range of gorgeous wallets, journals and other accessories including the jewellery roll pictured below, which costs £38 and the zipped purse, £35.

For every order they donate two school lunches for children in India. They have a lovely Instagram page which you can follow here.

Handmade jewellery from Carrie Elspeth

Jewellery is a no brainer when it comes to Christmas gift ideas for women and these are just lovely. Handmade in South Wales, Carrie Elspeth has been making handmade jewellery since 1999. Carrie is now a leading supplier to independent gift shops across the UK and beyond with dozens of beautiful, colourful and elegant pieces available via their website.

The jewellery all comes beautifully packaged, so would make a stunning gift for any jewellery lover delivered directly to their door (with free postage over £40). There’s so much choice; whether your giftee likes chunky beads in bold colours or something more delicate and dainty, there are necklaces, earrings and bracelets which they are bound to love. I chose a matching earring and bracelet set from the silver ‘Spellbound’ range which cost £17.50 and £24.99 respectively, and a really lovely blue ‘Bohemian’ necklace made from Czech glass beads with an RRP of £24.99.

You can get 15% off your first order; visit www.carrieelspeth.co.uk. You can also follow Carrie Elspeth Jewellery on Instagram on @CarrieElspethJewellery.

Walking boots from Fitflop

If you happen to have a dog, a pair of good, sturdy and comfortable walking boots is an absolute must during winter to keep the mud and rain off your feet. These walking boots from Fitflop are ‘Neo-D-Hyker’ water resistant, leather and recycled nylon walking boots in black (also available in navy). They’re light, but very durable and the flexibility and dynamic sole ensures comfort.

This particular pair have already clocked up hundreds of kilometres and while they may not look quite as new and shiny as they once did, they’ve kept my feet warm and dry the entire time.

You can buy them from the Fitflop website, and they have an RRP of £140.

Pashmina from Xander Kostroma

Xander Kostroma – who makes crystal jewellery and accessories – also has a range of beautiful soft viscose and polyester blend pashminas. I just love this dotty pashmina scarf which has camel (to match my winter coat) and mustard (my favourite colour). And spots. I love spots. It’s soft and warm, and I’ve since bought two more from the site to add to my collection.

There’s a huge range of pashmina shawls on the website here, with a price of £25 each. Don’t forget that subscribers get 10% off everything for life, as well as early access to sample sales and a heads up when new ranges are available. Follow Xander Kostroma here on Instagram while you’re at it to see a whole range of wonderful Christmas gift ideas for women.

Recycled belt and crossbody bag from Cycle of Good

Cycle of Good is a charity which aims to end poverty in one of the poorest communities in the world by. They collect waste bicycle inner tubes and other materials saved from landfill, ship them in containers filled with donated bicycles to Malawi, where trained tailors carefully craft what was waste into useful and interesting gifts including bags and belts They currently employ 33 Malawian tailors, and hope to grow this to 100 to support as many families as possible.

The belt below, made from a recycled inner tube, costs £28 and is available in two sizes here. The cross body bag is made from canvas and recycled inner tube. The buckle looks good but there’s actually a magnetic popper underneath which makes it really practical. The bag costs £35, but it is currently on sale at £24.50 here.

You can read more about how Cycle of Good and the great work that they do here.

Satin pyjamas from Identity Lingerie

Identity Lingerie is a family run, UK-based brand producing ethically sound and sustainable lingerie and nightwear for all bodies.

In nine colours and patterns, these beautiful long sleeved silky soft pyjamas make the perfect Christmas gifts for her. They come in sizes S-XL as well as available in custom sizes, and you can even get them embroidered to personalise them. I chose a festive green with contrasting beige piping and they’re just as snuggly and sumptuous as I was expecting!

Identity also stock matching men’s pyjamas, slip nighties and robes made from the same fabric. The women’s pyjamas cost £124 full price however currently there is a Black Friday sale on across the site and these beautiful pyjamas are £74. Check out their website here.

Kimono robe

Add a bit of luxury with Ulivary’s range of satin soft sleeping robes. Available in a wide range of colours, the fabric is light to keep cool in hot weather – or add another layer when it’s not so warm. I chose this green Garden Crane kimono which is currently priced at £97. It is a generous fit, tying around the waist and iis a one-size fits all suitable for women of all sizes, in a beautiful bright green with a pretty bird pattern.

You can see a selection of ladies long robes like this on, and shorter style kimonos on their website.

Cocoba Chocolate

Cocoba Chocolate is a lot more more exciting than your average corner shop fare. For Christmas they offer a fantastic array of stocking fillers and gifts, including hot chocolate bombes and spoons which start at £3.95 (or you can grab a set of three for £10.95) and would be perfect for a Christmas Eve box, if that’s your kind of thing.

The Christmas chocolate bars are more like slabs – in them you get two BIG bars; a Belgian milk chocolate bar shaped like a Christmas tree, and a gingerbread man made of toffee caramel flavoured white chocolate. This duo costs £9.95.

You can take a look at all the chocolate gifts on the Cocoba Chocolate website here and there’s free delivery if you spend over £35.

Ashling Park Sparkling Rose

Fizzy English pink is one of my favourite treats, and this bottle of Ashling Park Sparkling Rose is just the business. I know, because I decided last night it was time to crack it open (it was never likely to make it to Christmas, let’s face it…).

If you like to treat yourself to a special bottle of fizz for Christmas, or you want something to gift to generous Christmas hosts, then this could be the perfect thing. Not too sweet, this beautifully hued wine is very light with an elegant effervescence. You can buy this delicious sparkling wine from the Ashling Park website for £35.

Plaimont French wine

Wine is one of my staple Christmas gift ideas for the women I know! Plaimont is a collaboration of local winemakers and growers based in South West France who are committed to sustainability and preserving the indigenous grape varieties of the region.

They sent me two bottles to try out – a very lovely light and fresh Cote De Gasgone which is available at Asda for £7.25 (which we polished off at the weekend after a loooong day at Peppa Pig world) and Les Vignes Retrouvées blanc Saint-Mont, a dry and full bodied white with a bit of a citrus in there. Visit their website to find out more.

Trivento Malbec red wine

If red is more your thing (and as the nights draw in, it’s appeal definitely increases to me!) then Argentinian Malbec is a lovely smooth wine which is perfect paired with red meat or tomato-based dishes, or indulged in with friends.

You can source Trivento from your local supermarket and find out more here.

Hawkstone Beer & Cider

I like to cover as many bases as possible and for the person who’d rather have a beer, lager or cider with their Christmas dinner, Hawkstone have you covered. Both are very pleasant and have gone down very well here!

UK made (with the barley coming from the Diddly Squat farm), there are plenty of perfect gift options for beer lovers available on their website.

Lucky Saint 0.5% unfiltered lager

If you happen to be driving on Christmas day, or you’re pregnant, trying to watch your calorie intake or you just don’t drink alcohol for whatever reason (it’s none of my business!) the Lucky Saint is one of the best low-alcohol lagers I’ve tried (and I’ve tried lots – try not to be too shocked). At 0.5% it’s classed as ‘alcohol free’ in Europe and ‘de-alcoholised’ in the UK but either way, if you’re avoiding alcohol it makes a great ‘adult’ drink.

You can buy in cans or bottles from supermarkets or from their website from their website here.

Celebrations Tree from Sweet Tree by Browns

If you’re after Christmas gift ideas for women who are chocolate lovers – particularly one that looks very festive – these Celebration Trees from Sweet Tree by Browns are put together by hand and include all the favourites! Not only are the Celebrations edible, but they’re attached to the tree with lovely Belgian chocolate crispy crunch. The trunk is actually wooden and coated in chocolate, but it’s held into the vase with solid Belgian chocolate and the vase is filled with chocolate raisins.

That’s a lot of chocolate!

You can purchase your own Celebrations Sweet Tree for £28.99 – plus extra for personalisation of the vase – from their website here. There are other sweet trees – including Ferrero Rocher and Lindor balls – and chocolate smash cakes and hearts which look absolutely delicious. Check out the whole range on the Sweet Trees by Browns website.

Lindt Lindor

OK YES I might be getting a little chocolate heavy here, but that’s because it’s the thing I love most and who would deny me that at Christmas?

The biiiig Lindor ball is, a bit sadly, not entirely made of chocolate however it does contain 550 grams of plain, hazelnut, dark chocolate and white chocolate Lindor truffles in a big reusable plastic ball, so it’s almost as good. Currently on sale at £12, you can buy it (and other fabulouos chocolatey gifts!) on the Lindt website.

Puro Puropro Headphones

Earbuds are all well and good but winter dog walks demand big headphones. They serve two purposes; one is that people can see you’re wearing them so won’t try to start up a conversation with you when you can’t hear them, and secondly they keep your ears warm. These Puro PuroPro Active Noise Cancelling Headphones are great. They connect easily to your phone and fit comfortably with memory phone padding around your ears so you can listen to podcasts or music on the go. The best feature is that they cancel out ambient noise so you can concentrate on what you’re listening to. They fold up too, so they can fit in their hard case or in your bag easily.

I’ve only charged them once since I got them so I suspect the 32hr run time is probably quite accurate which is pretty impressive for a single charge!

These headphones cost £120, and you can get them from Amazon here.


One highlight of the Christmas holidays for me is having time to read a good book or two, and these UK based author’s debut novels are on my reading list and also on my list of Christmas gift ideas for women.

If you like a murder mystery with lots of twists in it, you’ll enjoy The Push Over by Daney Parker. Set in a peaceful Surrey town, reporter Grace is bumbling along covering the usual boring small-town stuff until she’s given the assignment of investigating the death of a cyclist. A witty and enjoyable novel which won’t take you long to read once you’ve started, follow Grace as she gets to the bottom of the murder – and find out the truth about what happened on her wedding day. It’s currently free on Kindle unlimited, and costs £7.99 in paperback.

In Sarah Needs Saving by DCR Bond, you’re taken to North Devon to follow Sarah. She appears to have a perfect life; she’s married to a wealthy University professor and has a young child, but a secret rocks her world. With thought provoking themes like dementia and inheritance, this family drama/thriller is a good read, with a decent twist or two! You can buy it on kindle for £3.99, or in paperback for £8.99.

Wines of Italy jigsaw puzzle from Ginger Fox

A jigsaw is something of a Christmas tradition for me, and I think you’ll agree that this one is right up my alley. I’ve only been to Italy once (which you can of course read about here) and a lot of local wine was consumed. Next time I’ll be much more knowledgeable thanks to this 1000-piece Wines of Italy jigsaw puzzle from Ginger Fox.

Buy it for £16.99 from Amazon here.

Lucky Voice karaoke kit

If you like a festive sing song, why not make it a proper session with the Lucky Voice Karaoke Kit? All you need is a speaker, a smart device and access to the internet.

With crystal clear audio and 4 vocal effects, this solid bit of kit plugs into any speaker with an AUX input. You can stream music from your smart device, laptop or iPad to the mixer via Bluetooth. Plus, in the box you get a voucher which gives you a month’s access to the Lucky Voice online singing platform where you can find 10,000 karaoke songs to sing along to.

The gold karaoke kit has an RRP of £69.99 and is currently priced at £59.99.

Simba Hybrid Firm Pillow

Give someone the gift of a good nights sleep! OK, you’re probably going to struggle to guarantee that – particularly if the person you’re gifting has kids or pets – but you can buy them a nice pillow which definitely goes some way to helping achieve a better night’s sleep.

The Simba Hybrid Firm Pillow is basically three pillows in one. Inside the cotton cover – which draws heat away to give that cool-side-of-the pillow feeling – there are two Simba ‘renew’ pillows (which hold their shape so you don’t end up with a flat pillow) and then a firmer layer of Simba Pure® foam and tiny, titanium alloy Aerocoil® springs, which keeps your head supported. You can move around and mix and match the layers inside the cover to make the perfect pillow combination for you.

The full RRP of the Simba Hybrid Firm pillow is £159; currently for Black Friday there’s up to 55% across the site and this pillow is down to £119.25. Check out the Simba website for current offers. They also have an Amazon shop.

Elena Green Table Lamp from Pagazzi Lighting

This beautiful Elena Green Table Lamp from Pagazzi lighting is guaranteed to become a focal point of any room. It has a 32cm wide by 20cm tall elegant brushed shade in a deep emerald green colour, and a heavy glass base with a beautiful ombré emerald green finish.

The Elena lamp costs £99 and is available from the Pagazzi Lighting website. Although I love the green – which you could probably tell from the colour scheme in my front room – it’s also available in blue and black if that fits your tastes better!

Light Up Terrarium

This kit is a seriously cute gift for anyone that likes plants, even if they may not be so great at keeping them alive. The kit contains everything you need to grow a small plant or succulent in a terrarium, including the solar-powered light-up terrarium, sand, water pipette, 4 x compost discs, 3 x zen stones, draining pebbles, bamboo tweezers and instructions. In fact the only thing it doesn’t include is the plant!

As you can see, I put mine together and popped a little succulent in there, and it’s now thriving on the bathroom window sill looking somewhat smugly like the picture on the box. When it gets dark, it lights up for several hours. You can but it from Gift Republic for £29.99.

Mini Ikebana Kit

If live plants aren’t your thing, then this mini Ikebana kit will introduce you to the Japanese art of Ikebana – that’s flower arranging to you or I. Ikebana means ‘giving life to flowers’ and is said to promote inner peace.

Including a vase (which is more like a shallow, heavy dish), a flower frog (that’s the spiky bit!), mini scissors and a cotton towel, the instructions in this kit will guide you through the process. Made by Kikkerland, you can buy it from Amazon although it’s currently cheaper on Prezzybox, in the sale at £15.


I don’t care how good Google Calendar is, I need my appointments written down, on paper, in an actual physical diary. I love this Pusheen one; hardbacked and A5 sized, you can view a week at a time (and it’s really cute). Buy from Danilo, or from Amazon.

Family Organiser

I am not the most organised of women, it will no doubt shock you to learn, and with a blended family it’s sometimes an impossible task to know what’s going on.

This pretty RHS Family Organiser from Danilo featuring butterflies and other bugs has space for up to five family members so you can keep track of who is where and when – and more importantly you can make sure that everyone knows when you’ve already made plans. There’s even a handy pocket at the back of the calendar to store all your notes, vouchers and receipts.

You can buy it from Amazon with a full RRP of £11.99 here.

Vistaprint framed photograph

It’s the law that grandparents have to be pleased with a picture of their grandchildren for Christmas. As for me – the kids I can take or leave (I’m KIDDING. Probably) – but a picture of the dog? Well, perfect present achieved.

Whatever you love, you can get it printed onto canvas, framed, or even a towel or cushion made with your picture on it at Vistaprint. Simply upload the picture, select your options and it’ll be printed and delivered to you, ready to hang.

A 30×40 framed photograph delivered costs £48.99 full price although currently there’s 10% off. Take a look at the Vistaprint website here.

Personalised Christmas decoration from Oakdene designs

I was kind of joking about favouring the dog over the kids – I have a framed picture of them too, promise. However this personalised Christmas decoration from Oakdene Designs featuring Izzy the Labradork was just too cute to pass up. She’ll probably try and eat it, but I like the idea of commemorating her first Christmas with us with a special decoration on the tree, personalised with her name so everyone knows who it is, in case they couldn’t already tell.

Priced at £12 you can get a massive variety of dogs – take a look on their website here for the whole list.

Festive flowers delivered by Eflorist

What do you get for the woman who already buys all the things she wants? Flowers, of course!

Eflorist courier beautiful themed bouquets of flowers next day to your recipient. Choose from a small, medium or large bunch and even add chocolates if you fancy – on certain bunches, like the beautiful Cosy Christmas bouquet below (RRP £44.99), you get free chocolates and there is currently £15 off too!

Peugeot Saveurs Frizz cooler and Line champagne stopper

Whether your tipple is vintage champagne or £6.99 cava, I think we can all agree that bubbles are better when they’re properly chilled and have all their fizz. With the Peugeot Bubbles ‘Frizz’ cooling jacket and ‘Line’ champagne stopper set, you can keep your bubbly cold and fizzy. Once it’s been in the freezer a while, the special gel inside the jacket cools a room temperature 750ml bottle in 20 minutes and will keep it cold for two hours (which is incidentally longer than it’s ever taken me to polish off a bottle of fizz). It genuinely chills it better than my fridge. Meanwhile, the Line bottle stopper creates an airtight seal to preserve the fizz.

The set costs £49.99 (sadly, bubbly not included) and you can buy from the Peugeot Saveurs website.

OXO Good Grips kitchen storage and accessories

OK, I concede: It’s not the most glamourous item on this list of Christmas gift ideas for women, but it’s definitely the most useful. The OXO Good Grips range of containers and kitchen implements are easy to grip and use, and very sturdy – unlike the garlic press that couldn’t cope with my garlic and went to kitchen implement heaven last week.

The containers fit perfectly in my cupboard, holding exciting things such as dog biscuits (tall 5.7l POP container), cereal and oats (3.2l push-top POP dispenser) and marshmallows and dog treats (smaller 2.3l dispenser) which are kept fresh with the airtight seal.

With the containers priced between £13.99 and £21, you can see the full range here.

Tahiti Salt and Pepper mills from Peugeot Saveurs

I didn’t realise it before, but a really good quality salt grinder can grind salt and pepper really finely to the point you can’t actually see it falling on your food. This is why, whenever I use these Peugeot Saveurs salt and pepper mills, I have to grind a little on my hand, because I don’t believe they’re actually working when they are. That’s how good they are.

They may not be at the cheap end of the salt and pepper mill spectrum, but they really do work well. The Tahiti wooden salt and pepper mills bundles are available in various colour combinations and cost a very specific £76.47 currently on the website although depending on your colour choice, you might be able to find them cheaper on Amazon here.

Mason Cash mixing bowl

This beautiful big earthenware mixing bowl in red just screams ‘make mince pies in me’. Mason Cash mixing bowls were first developed in 1901 (I’d bet money on it that your nan had one very similar) but they’re an absolute classic. With several designs and sizes available, and loads of colours so you can match your kitchen, this particular bowl is the Size 12 Red Mixing bowl which costs £31.50. It measures 29cm x 14cm, with a capacity of 4 litres so you can make pretty much anything in it. It’s dishwasher and freezer safe.

You can see the entire collection of Mason Cash mixing bowls here – you can also check out their shop on Amazon.

Mason Cash serving board

I love owls, so I had to have this In The Forrest serving board from Mason Cash. Currently down to just £10 it’s so pretty, and it will be perfect for the Christmas day charcuterie board that we know we shouldn’t eat, and definitely don’t need to eat, but will eat anyway.

You can also buy it – and other lovely In The Forest kitchenware – from Amazon here.

Viners Mono Mix 6 piece knife block

A good knife can make cooking a pleasure, however the cheap set of knives I had bought when I moved were total rubbish. These Mono Mix knives from Viners not only look pretty on their magnetic knife block, but they slice through any food like a dream. They come with a ten year guarantee so you know they’re good quality, and they aren’t particularly expensive with an RRP of £54. You can currently buy for under £40 from Amazon here.

Now for the fun part! You can WIN some of the lovely Christmas gift ideas for women I’ve shared here – and an Amazon voucher just in time for Christmas.

Win a £15 Amazon voucher!

Win a book bundle

Win a personalised dog tree decoration from Oakdene designs

Win a lovely gift from Elstree Soaps

Win a cross body bag from Cycle of Good

107 thoughts on “Festive present guide 2023: Fabulous Christmas gift ideas for women”

  1. Present wise, I think I would love some really thick colourful socks, something funky. Personally I would love a new job, and for the family, I would love good mental health and peace 🙂

  2. Wendy Lam-Vechi

    is for it to be stress free,the kids aren’t ill and for us to all enjoy it and make it a memorable day

  3. My youngest daughter moved out earlier this year to flat share with friends – she is back for Xmas so looking forward to quality family time

  4. All I want for Christmas …….is surprises! I just love them. I hate having to give people a list of what I want or would like. I think this stems back to my childhood, many moons ago now when Dad used to say ‘I want, never gets!’ far too often for my liking. This was at a time when Santa left me a book, an orange and a pink sugar mouse. Money was in very short supply……but love was not.

  5. Sarah Knightley

    Right now – coffee syrups. This seems a little practical compared to other answers, but I’m going with it.

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