Christmas Gifts for the Luxury Lover (that won’t break the bank) – Day 1

Rabbit rabbit! Happy December 1. The countdown to Christmas is on.

Have someone on your Christmas list who likes the best of the best? If your budget won’t extend to Verdura this year, don’t fret. There are lots of beautiful things that won’t break the bank.

The La DoubleJ Housewives Pavone Dessert Plates look like gorgeous antiques but ring in at €60 for the two.

Luxury lovers adore a good candle. Diptyque candles ($34) are always a winning choice and Pomander is a lovely holiday scent.

Everybody loves good food and Panettone is becoming a Christmas staple. Treat your luxury lover to Chocolate Cherry Panettone from Sullivan Street Bakery ($40) or more traditional fruit bread from your local bakery.

Little luxuries are always welcomed and nothing is better for dealing with dry winter hands and nails than Dior’s Crème Abricot Fortifying Cream For Nails. At $34, it also smells divine.

Everybody loves some fresh greenery at the holidays and these wreaths by LL Bean are lovely at $40.

Happy shopping!

2 comments

  1. Hi Jen, I second the Dior creme abricot as a very welcome small luxury, and those plates are beautiful. To go back to your previous post, I am very interested in Meghan's style, especially her casual style (since I don't really go anywhere that requires dressy clothes). Have you seen some of the new blogs focusing on her? Meghan's Mirror http://meghansmirror.com/ is especially good.

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