The 20 Best Christmas gifts for women

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Stuck for gift ideas? From shoes to scarves, headphones to books, we have something for every type of lady.

 

1. Sophia Webster stilettos

Get your party shoes on with these classy pair of white leather pumps, the rose gold stilettos will add glamour to any oufit.

£295, Browns

2. Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé Champagne

Crack open the bubbly this Christmas and celebrate the festive season in style with this bottle of wine. This rose is defined by its fresh taste and the aromas of fresh-picked berries, the 16th Century bottle only adds to its elegance.

£57.99, Waitrose

3. One Hundred Questions dinner party conversation cards

Ever stuck for words at a dinner party? Fear not, these questions are great for breaking the ice, topics vary from sex and relationships to travel and culture.

£20, Southbank Centre Shop

4. 3.1 Phillip Lim gold loafers

Stand out this season with these Rose Gold loafers, while the colour may not be to everyone's taste they can will add a fresh twist on a preppy outfit.

£380, Avenue32

5. Karl Lagerfeld watch

Get some sexy wrist wear with this black and gold detailed watch. Made from polished black steel and featuring the designer's favourite number in Roman numerals,'Karl 7' is a sharp-looking time-keeping piece.

£310, Net-a-Porter

6. Givenchy coin purse

This purse can only be described as edgy, made from black PVC and with its Rottweiler print design, it is not for everyone.

£135, Harvey Nichols

7. Taylor headphones

Rose gold may not be the colour for you but luckily these headphones also come in the more demure black and silver. They have been inspired by vintage jewelery and have a distinct look compared to other headphones out there.

£170, Gift Library

8. Cutler and Gross sunglasses

Each pair of these sunglasses is handmade and completely unique. They will make sure you stand out, this statement pair have frosted mother of pearl frames.

£310, Avenue32

9. Ferm Living cushion

To add a bit of colour to any room with this eye-catching raindrops cushion. Made from cotton with grey jersey.

£29.95, Kidsen

10. Paul & Joe Sister bear jumper

Keep out the chill with this cute jumper, the polar bear design is unique compared to the cable and Fair Isle knits out there at the moment.

£190, Question-Air

11. Markus Lupfer hat

This woollen hat embellished with crystals is stylish and practical, the playful tiara design will make you feel like a princess even when you're all wrapped up.

£140, Harvey Nichols

12. Givenchy Madonna 17 Print wool scarf

This beautiful and festive scarf will keep you warm through the winter. It features a collage of classic iconography and has short frayed edges.

£245, Liberty

13. New York Cult recipes

Inspired by his upbringing in Brooklyn Marc Grossman has shared his recipes for classic New York dishes from bagels to cheesecakes.

£20, Anthropologie

14. Mario Testino: Private View signed limited edition

World famous Testino has photographed everyone from Gwyneth Paltrow to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. While the price is far too steep for us, the books contains hundreds of iconic shots.

£450, Paul Smith

15. Laikingland heart machine

For something a little more quirky, here is a kinetic toy that is hypnotic when set in motion and quite pretty to watch.

£245, Quintessentially Gifts

16. Somerset by Alice Temperley underwear set

This beautiful underwear set is luxurious and feminine. Made from fine silk with Temperley's signature floral print is subtly seductive.

£55, John Lewis

17. Fluorescent bike seat

For the cyclists among you, this is a fun and stylish bike seat.

£160, Paul Smith

18. Lace mesh dress

Feel elegant and sexy with this lingerie-style lace mesh dress which can be dressed up or worn casual.

£29.99, Zara

19. Sweater

One of several pieces from Marant's collection for H&M, this is a great patterned jumper for keeping warm this winter.

£34.99, Isabel Marant for H&M

20. Limited edition scarf

Get hold of this knot wrap for keeping out the chills from the legendary British designer.

£15 (profits to climate revolution), Vivienne Westwood for Lush

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