The Unstated Guide to | Festive Gifting


The festive season is in full swing though this year it's slightly different than usual for most of us. With restrictions on gatherings and travel one thing that gives this season a sense of tradition is gifting (and of course, food). 


Giving our loved ones something special is a way to show gratitude and appreciation, but it can, on occasion, become a stressful task to fulfil, and so we've put together a guide to help you give your friends and family something special. 





Jewellery and accessories are great gifts as they don't require the knowledge of someone's clothing size, and they're additions that compliment the pieces one  already has in their wardrobe.  


Ruslan Baginskiy's sought-after hats and Cornelia Webb's sleek contemporary jewellery pieces will add modern flair to any look, while KOVA Jewels delicate, keepsake pieces will add an elegant touch. 





Wardrobe basics are great gifts. They're functional pieces that we often find tiresome to buy for ourselves, but appreciate when we receive them, and elevated basics are even better gifts! 


BEVZA's knitted bodysuits are form-fitting, ribbed and cut high at the leg for a modern take on a classic piece. Worn with mid or high rise-trousers or skirts; it appears to be a simple base piece, but worn with low-rise pants slithers of the hips will peak through. 


Litkovskaya and Ingorokva have a variety of elevated basics from roll-neck sweaters to denim. 





If you're not sure exactly what to get your loved one an experience or service is the way to go. Try gifting them lessons for something that they enjoy, MasterClass has great online classes with industry professionals and Rosetta Stone will help them learn the language that they have been interested in for a while. 


TOSHI's 'try before you buy' and 'on-demand delivery' services are great gifts, as the person you're gifting will be able to have a full shopping experience and it takes away the pressure of deciding on a clothing item and size. Find out more about our TOSHI service here





As most of us have been based at home and found lots of free time, we've turned to reading and cooking to past the time, so a book – be that novels, recipe books or non-fiction – is a great gift this festive season. Scroll through our Journal for our suggestions.