Starting with the feet...

Boots are a staple to any winter wardrobe, and when looking for Christmas gifts for a fashionista you can't go wrong with footwear. Luckily we know just the place, Dune London is the station's very own shoe emporium and have everything a footwear fiend could ever want. If you really want to hit the nail on the head, then we'd recommend going classic like these zip up ankle boots for ladies and brogue boots for the gents. 

Dress your bottom half

In many respects 2020 has been a bad year for trousers, Zoom calls have relinquished the necessity of a nice pair of trousers (or any trousers). We think it's about time we dress our bottom halves, do it with a pair of casual Gant chinos or a new favourite pair of jeans from Oliver Bonas.

Give the gift of a turtleneck

Perhaps it's because Love Actually is back on ITV but it's certainly the time of year we start to notice people rocking that popular winter favourite - the turtleneck. If this (or any other knitwear) is on a fashionista's Christmas list this year then we'd recommend heading straight to the station's Whistles.

Thinking layers

Layering-up is always a good idea to keep the winter chill at bay. We went in search of some pleasing layer combos, needless to say, our Ted Baker delivers for both ladies and men. We particularly like the muted colours of the men's tan jacket complimented nicely with a grey zip up pullover.

If his wardrobe is in need of a bit of colour then this burnt orange long-sleeved polo top should do the trick. Also from Ted Baker.

Say it with Kate Spade

Kate Spade New York has become synonymous with luxury American fashion over the years. Anything Kate Spade will be well-received this Christmas however one of our favourites is their new Spade Flower Jacquard Cherry signature range, brought out this year and made in collaboration with Limonta, a family-owned textile mill in Northern Italy who've been producing and experimenting with jacquards for over 100 years.

The playful Kate Spade Tonight Sequins also caught our eye. 2020 hasn't been a great year for nights out, so this is the perfect clutch for the fashionista who's got a lot of catching up to do in 2021. If bags aren't on the cards this year, then make a beeline for Kate Spade's jewellery cabinet. 

Christmas gifting is a personal thing, so make it extra personal! Make good use of our Kate Spade's in-store personalisation and monogramming service.

Wrap up warm

The first cold snap beckons a cosy new winter coat, and for ladies we look no further than L.K.Bennett, their range of long below-the-knee coats will keep you toasty from shoulders to shins. Looking for a piece of outerwear that makes a bold statement? L.K.Bennett's fur collar coat should do just the trick.

For that special someone...

If you're buying for that special someone then look no further than casual sleep and loungewear, and new undies.

First up, sleep and loungewear. The gift of warm socks and pyjamas is always a treat worth giving early, there's nothing nicer than cosying up on the sofa on Christmas Eve in some fresh lounge wear. The station's The White Company have you covered for all things snuggly and warm.

What stocking is complete without a nice new set of undies? For something extra special then the station's Calvin Klein has you covered for him and for her.