10 Christmas gifts for under £30

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For the more organised of you already getting the festive feels: t’s officially six weeks until Christmas hits (hooray!) Lifestyle editor Abbie-Joelle has a few cheap ideas you can nab early if you’re starting to budget already.

Christmas is glorious, there’s no denying it. But it can be difficult to go gift-crazy when your loan is drying up and you have so many people to buy for…

Here is Lifestyle ed’s Abbie-Joelle top 10 gifts under £30. Thank us later!

  1. Sheffield Skincare Company skincare set £30 A little gift from Sheffield, organic, natural and includes moisturising balm, 100% cotton facial muslin cloth our toner and face mask. The gift of a spa-like experience for a fraction of the price. (They have different sets for different skin types)
  2. 2016 Paperchase Diary £8 Is it just me that likes practical gifts? Give somebody an organised headspace, a glittery turquoise headspace. Roll on 2016.
  3. Not That Kind Of Girl by Lena Dunham £6.74 Funny, warm and informative. A must-have for any female.
  4. Nail Pyramid in Magpie £5. Topshop does it again – the perfect glam shade in the custest gold packaging. No brainer.
  5. Yoga Mat £14.99 Help somebody towards their new-year resolution. Give this to a stressed sister, dad or friend and watch them thank you again and again.
  6. Adele’s new album, 25. Drops on November 20th. A universal gift to just about anybody and everybody.
  7. Cinnamon Candle £7.99 Nothing smells more like Christmas than Cinnamon. Not quite a Diptyque candle, but similar and much much cheaper.
  8. Teddy Bear Duvet Cover £20 for a double. Who doesn’t love bed time? This is by far the softest, warmest, cosiest duvet cover.. ever. There’s lots of colours to choose from too.
  9. Train Ticket Canvas As students, this orange print is something we are all too familiar with – but this is a game changer. Extra marks for the cute message.
  10. Hangover Rescue Balm £8.50 A must have for the festive season, most people we need a bit of help recovering from too much mulled wine. Go fetch!


Words by Abbie-Joelle Skliarsky

Rebecca Curry is your Editor-in-Chief

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