30 Gifts Fashion Girls are Guaranteed to Love This Christmas

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When it comes to finding the perfect Christmas gifts, things can easily become overwhelming with so much out there these days. Nailing down that thoughtful, luxurious and within-budget special something can be tough, so we’re here to help. We might not be experts in what to buy your little brother, but we can certainly say with authority we have a pretty good idea what fashion girls want. 

So, whether you’re currently curating your own list and in need of ideas, looking for something to treat yourself, or searching for the perfect gift for the designer-devotee in your life, trust us when we say you need to check out The Outnet this year. One of the fashion world’s insider secrets, their premium selection of designer brands at much more affordable prices makes it an ideal destination for gift buying (you simply get more bang for your buck) as well as updating your own wardrobes. Its online gift guide has to be one of the best we’ve seen and, as fashion girls ourselves, we’d be delighted to find any of these pieces waiting for us under the tree. 

The Winter Edit is also a great place to start if you're looking for designer classics to elevate any cold-weather collection. The Outnet have basically done the scrolling for you and listed their luxury essentials all in one place, whether for self-gifting or looking for that statement piece for a loved-one. Think super-soft knits and cosy shearlings that are anything but boring.

So, if you’re looking for anything from stocking fillers to love-forever investment buys, we’ve made an edit below of the very best bits to help you on your way. Choose from the likes of influencer-favourite Stand Studio coats, coveted By Far handbags and plenty of luxe knitwear, and you really can’t go wrong. Keep scrolling to start shopping and watch that to-do list shorten by the minute.

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