Monday, 31 August 2015

How To Love Yourself

How to feel good about yourself body positivity self confidence love

How many times have you looked in the mirror and hated something about yourself?  How many times have you blamed yourself for something that wasn't actually your fault?  How many times have you done something that perhaps hasn't gone to plan and brought yourself down about it?

How many times have you hated yourself and your body?

Its something we're all guilty of from time to time but it isn't something that's good for us to do and can actually be really counterproductive.  We all make mistakes and we all have things about ourselves that we would like to work on and improve whether they're on the inside or out.  However we all have the right to live and love ourselves at the same time.

How you feel about yourself on the inside can have a direct impact on how others view and treat you and on how you respond to them.  No one has the right to tell you that you're not worthy, not even you.  Today I wanted to share some of my tips with you on how to feel good about yourself and love yourself.

So many beautiful people tell me that they hate themselves and would love to feel good about themselves.  The truth is, they can!  Looking for the good in everything, everyone and every situation is a good place to start.

Alice Morse Earle once said 'Every day may not be good... but there's something good in everyday' which I think is a pretty powerful quote that you can apply to everything in life.  You might not particularly like every inch of your body but there'll be something about it that you love.  You might not be the cleverest person in your maths class but you may be brilliant at art.

If you train your mind to think more positively, you'll find that you'll approach challenging thoughts and situations with a different outlook.  I started doing this a few years ago and it has really transformed my life.

Whenever I'm feeling down about myself, as though I've failed or I'm not good enough, I shake myself out of that slump by first realigning my thoughts; I am good enough and there are things about me that I love.  I do this by making a list and for someone who likes even numbers, I oddly seem to do this in threes lol.  Let me show you how.

Make a list of 3 things you love about yourself.

1. Stand in the mirror.  First, write something that you love about yourself physically.  While its whats on the inside that counts, we look at ourselves everyday and our outward appearance is often the first thing that we bring ourselves down about.  There must be at least one thing about yourself that you love.  You can see it in front of you so its a good place to start.

Focus on the things that you love about yourself and if a negative thought about another body part enters your mind, remove it from your thoughts by returning to thinking about the aspects of yourself that you like.

2. Then sit without any distractions and think about the thing that you love the most about you on the inside.  Are you a kind, courteous or caring person?  Are you funny or do you have a great sense of humour?  Are you adaptable, able to keep your cool in a variety of situations or are you level headed?  Are you quite diplomatic, the voice of reason and are you a good listener?  Do you love your enthusiasm and zest for life or do you love how relaxed and laid back you are?  Are you bright, logical or academically clever or are you creatively smart with passion and an eye for colour?

We are all complete individuals with such complex personalities.  I bet that once you think of one good thing about yourself on the inside that you like, you'll branch off into thinking about lots of different things that you love about yourself.  Again, if there's any negative thoughts popping up, return to the positive ones.  Overcome your own objections.

3. Then finally, think about one of your actions that benefits other people.  I'm a big believer in karma, what comes around goes around and how you behave towards others impacts how they'll behave towards you.

Are you someone who thinks of others before yourself?  Do you bring your neighbours rubbish bin back in for them or take parcels in for them when they're not home?  Are you the person that others turn to when they're in times of need or for a shoulder to cry on?  Can you be relied upon and are you a good friend?

You can follow these three steps at any time, whether you write them down for a visual reminder or repeat them to yourself in your head, forming your own mantra.  Speaking aloud or writing things out can be very powerful and is worth trying if you're finding yourself able to think but not believe what you're thinking.

Remember: You deserve to love yourself and for others to love you because you're worth it.

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Sunday, 30 August 2015

NORTH EAST EATS | Afternoon Tea at St Mary's Inn

Afternoon Tea at St Mary's Inn Northumberland Morpeth North East Newcastle

One of mine and my husbands favourite things to do from time to time is to go for afternoon tea.  It is a real treat for us and we like to try a different place each time that we go to see what they have to offer.

We've been to lots of different venues for afternoon tea in the North East and beyond and some places stand out more than others.  The St. Mary's Inn is definitely one of those places.


Afternoon Tea at St Mary's Inn Northumberland Morpeth North East Newcastle


Afternoon Tea at St Mary's Inn Northumberland Morpeth North East Newcastle

Afternoon Tea at St Mary's Inn Northumberland Morpeth North East Newcastle

Situated on a private estate near Stannington village in south Northumberland, you could be forgiven for thinking that you were in the middle of beautiful nowhere as the drive up to the building is surrounded by tranquil countryside.  When really you're only a short drive away from the A1 and close to Newcastle which makes this unique pub easy to get to.

The St Mary's Inn opened around 9 months ago after a pretty dramatic transformation.  The pub is on the site of the former St Mary's Hospital which was built at the beginning of the last century as the county asylum for the Gateshead area.  It was home to a whopping 2000 patients at its peak before it closed in 1996.  Some of its buildings have been converted to housing and the former administration block is what has been transformed into the St Mary's Inn.

The building itself looks so impressive as you drive up to it.  The outside is a colourful red brick with contrasting window mouldings, an striking clock tower and huge arched doorway with paving outside and a cute quote on a board.  This time it read 'it is Saturday... to beer or not to be, that is the question!'  There is ample parking available outside as well as picnic style benches for those wanting to sit outside for drinks.

Afternoon Tea at St Mary's Inn Northumberland Morpeth North East Newcastle

Afternoon Tea at St Mary's Inn Northumberland Morpeth North East Newcastle

Afternoon Tea at St Mary's Inn Northumberland Morpeth North East Newcastle


Inside, you're immediately greeted by a big, open bar with very friendly staff behind it.  There's this amazing welcoming feeling and an air of calm and being at ease which is unusual for pub but it does match the setting of the inn.  I'd much prefer to go somewhere like there for drink than a rowdy bar in town.

The areas to eat in the St Mary's Inn are light, open and airy and theres lots of little areas that branch off from a hall way.  I absolutely love this as it gives you the feeling that it is open but private in equal proportions.  I also adore the wire dog sculptures that are around the inn.  So cute.

Afternoon Tea at St Mary's Inn Northumberland Morpeth North East Newcastle


Afternoon Tea at St Mary's Inn Northumberland Morpeth North East Newcastle


Afternoon Tea at St Mary's Inn Northumberland Morpeth North East Newcastle


Afternoon Tea at St Mary's Inn Northumberland Morpeth North East Newcastle

As we were seated at our wooden table complete with rustic, mismatched chairs that gave it a country, home like feel, we were given our Afternoon Tea menu.  I'm not sure if it changes seasonally but the selection sounded fabulous and we couldn't wait to tuck in.

Our waiter took our order drinks order; a loose leaf English Breakfast Tea for me and an Americano coffee for him, before checking that everything on the menu was suitable for us.  There was plenty of drinks to choose from and I like that they offer loose leaf or bagged varieties for the tea and we were topped up throughout our visit.


Afternoon Tea at St Mary's Inn Northumberland Morpeth North East Newcastle

Our Afternoon Tea arrived shortly after, displayed on a fabulous wooden platter, it was definitely Instagram worthy.  Free WIFI is offered throughout the building and I was so tempted to snap a picture to upload sooner but I thought I should reserve them for my review!

The bottom tier was home to the finger sandwiches and scones while the top tier displayed a fabulous array of cakes.

Afternoon Tea at St Mary's Inn Northumberland Morpeth North East Newcastle

Afternoon Tea at St Mary's Inn Northumberland Morpeth North East Newcastle

Naturally, we started with the sandwiches which were an ideal selection for us as there was a great mix of flavours on two different types of bread.  You'd be hard pushed for even the pickiest of people to not find something that they liked.

We had roast beef and horseradish first which is always usually Mr WLL personal favourite when we go for afternoon tea but the cheeky addition of ham and pease pudding over took that.  It was absolutely delicious and I love that they have this sandwich within their selection as it keeps it traditional to the North East.  The cucumber and cream cheese and salmon and dill sandwiches were equally as fresh and delicious, we really couldn't fault them.


Afternoon Tea at St Mary's Inn Northumberland Morpeth North East Newcastle

Next we moved on to the scones and were surprised to see such a great selection.  At other places that we've been to for afternoon tea, we're usually served two scones each, one plain and one fruit however at St Mary's Inn, three arrived; one spiced fruit and blackberry each which made a lovely change from the usual fruit scone, one plain scone each and one mature cheddar.

The addition of the cheese scone was very welcome, especially as all of the scones arrived warm.  I never used to like scones as a child but I would bake them for my dad who always said that they tasted beautiful (genuinely, not just because I'm his daughter!) but as an adult, I really love the taste of them but no longer make them myself which is probably a good thing!

The scones were served with butter, homemade strawberry jam and clotted cream.  This always throws up quite the discussion between my husband and I.  Do you put the cream on first or the jam?  I'm a cream then jam scone eater, my hubby is the other way round.  Either way, they were absolutely gorgeous, moist, not dry like some scones can be.

They were definitely a hit with us!


Afternoon Tea at St Mary's Inn Northumberland Morpeth North East Newcastle


Afternoon Tea at St Mary's Inn Northumberland Morpeth North East Newcastle

Lastly we moved onto the top tier and tried out the cakes that they had to offer.  I don't have much of a sweet tooth, whereas Mr WLL is far more of a sweet person have a savoury, but when its in miniature form, I can't help but go all heart eyed emoji.


Afternoon Tea at St Mary's Inn Northumberland Morpeth North East Newcastle

We started with the impressive looking rhubarb pavlova.  I love meringue so this was an instant hit with me.  Followed by the chocolate brownie which was so moist and rich that I couldn't finish it all but of course, my husband was happy to have the rest.  He's a self confessed chocaholic so I knew that this cake would be his favourite.  We equally both enjoyed the raspberry Bakewell tart which I'm sorry to say, Mr Kipling, was better than yours!

I definitely think that we saved the best to last though with the lemon and white chocolate macaron which was without a doubt my favourite cake from the afternoon tea and despite being utterly stuffed, we polish off every last little crumb.


Afternoon Tea at St Mary's Inn Northumberland Morpeth North East Newcastle

Aside from the food and decor, what I loved the most about having afternoon tea at the St Mary's Inn was the atmosphere.  It was so relaxed, not stuffy or up itself where you'd be frightened to leave a crumb out of place.

A lot of the establishments where we've enjoyed afternoon tea in the past have been quite formal locations which do make you more conscious of what you're saying and doing.  While we love going to those types of places too, the informal atmosphere of St Mary's Inn was so welcoming and it immediately put us at ease.  We felt so comfortable to just enjoy our afternoon in each others company, feeling free to laugh out loud if we wanted to.


Afternoon Tea at St Mary's Inn Northumberland Morpeth North East Newcastle

Our afternoon tea was complimentry in exchange for giving an honest review of our visit but I do think that it is still worth mentioning the price for the afternoon tea that we had which would have been £14.95.  I think that this is very very reasonable for everything that we received and would happily pay that ourselves on our next visit.  We have paid far more for afternoon tea of the same high standard and even for afternoon tea that hasn't been as great as St Mary's Inn before so in comparison, I think that the afternoon tea that we enjoyed on this visit was good value for money and we thoroughly enjoyed our experience.


I'd highly recommend a visit to the St Mary's Inn, I could not fault our experience and we will definitely be back (in fact we already have been... we went for Sunday lunch last week which was absolutely FABULOUS!  It wasn't part of a review, we went out there specifically because we'd thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon tea so much and are partial to finding great Sunday lunch spots.  We'd really recommend the roast beef with bone marrow and the belly pork.  Delicious!).

Afternoon tea at St Mary's Inn is served Monday to Saturday from 12 noon until 5pm and from 3pm onwards on Sundays.

You'll be able to find this fantastic pub here:
St Mary's Inn
St Mary's Lane, St Mary's Park
Morpeth, Northumberland
NE61 6BL

To book a table for afternoon tea or any other delicious meal or to enquire about rooms, call: 01670 293293 or make an enquiry by email: hello@stmarysinn.co.uk

If you want to see what I wore to visit St Mary's Inn, check out this outfit post.

What would you most like to try from the St Mary's Inn afternoon tea?

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Saturday, 29 August 2015

NEW LAUNCH | The Common Scents Co.


If you love smelling good and pampering yourself then you're going to love the products that I've got to share with you from the Common Scents Co.

The Common Scents Co. are new brand, started by Dhrutee from Leicester, who makes gorgeous smelling products from candles to bath bombs and soaps.  I love supporting small businesses with handmade products so when she asked if she could send me some of her goodies to try out, I of course said yes.

My favourite products from The Common Scents Co. are definitely their bath bombs.  I received the Strawberry Pavlova Bath Bomb and the Coconut Dream Bath Bomb which both smell delicious!  The scents aren't complex, they very much smell how you would expect them to from their name which I think makes it easier to shop online.  They're both natural smelling, not synthetic at all and when you drop it into the water, they make your bath water smell lovely as they fizz away!

The bath bombs come wrapped in a sort of cling film which I absolutely love. One of the things that really bugs me about Lush is that their bath ballistics just come in their paper bags which is kind to the environment but not kind to my bath.  It means that I cant keep them on the side of my bath, looking pretty because when they get splashed, the water goes through the paper and spoils the product whereas this doesn't happen with The Common Scents Co. bath bombs because they're wrapped in a little plastic.  Plus, I feel like I can't keep all of my Lush bath products out on display together out of the packaging because they all end up smelling of one another whereas this doesn't happen with The Common Scents Co. bath bombs because they're wrapped up.  The packaging might seem like a simple, small thing to comment on but it really makes all the difference.

I also received two soaps, Pink Champagne and Banana and Coconut Smoothie which have been taking pride of place by the sink in a couple of our bathrooms.  These soaps smell absolutely delicious, again very authentic, and the scent lingers on the skin after you've used them.  I feel as though they're cleaning my skin really well and they lather up nicely.

Although appearances aren't everything, I do think that these soaps in particular would make a great gift for someone as they're presented to nicely.  Their designs are so cute and fun and look great on the side of the wash basin, especially Pink Champagne.  They're definitely something that I would give a friend as a gift, perhaps wrapped up in a box with a hand towel, some manicure tools and a couple of nail polishes.



I'd love it if you could go over and check out The Common Scents Co.  Its so great when someone decides to start their own business and I really think that Dhrutee is onto a winner here with her affordable bath products!

The Common Scents Co. are currently offering free shipping on all orders over £20.  You can shop here.

You can follow them on Twitter @commonscentsuk too!

What are your favourite scents of bath products?

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Friday, 28 August 2015

Dirtea Chai and Coconut Scrub


Today I've got a review of a new discovery for me from a new brand of scrub called Dirtea.

Dirtea are a collection of high performance, completely organic, fully loaded, antioxidant scrubs for the face and body.  There are three topical treatment scrubs available which each combine freshly ground organic tea with specific essential oils, minerals and vitamins to work wonders on your skin and to treat specific skin conditions.

They launched earlier this year in America and have already had so much success with celebrities, bloggers, press and customers loving their products.  Their products are now available world wide so that everyone can enjoy them.

When Dirtea got in touch with me and asked if they could send me a sample of their Chai and Coconut Scrub to try, I jumped at the chance as the concept sounded so fun.

So lets get down to the nitty gritty...

The Dirtea Chai and Coconut is a scrub that can be used on both the face and the body.  It is designed to help to naturally clear stretch marks and cellulite and to reveal healthy, radiant skin.  It is ideal for anyone, from those who just want to take care of their skin to those who are concerned about stretch marks or those who have just had a baby or are expecting.

This tea contains Organic Black Tea Powder which helps to deeply nourish and exfoliate the skin.  It has a high caffeine content which helps to tighten the skin and make it firmer.  Not only that but Black Tea also helps to reduce wrinkles and prevent pimples so it will help to keep the skin looking youthful and blemish free.

The scent of this scrub is beautiful, it has a very summery, slightly spicy fragrance that can be smelt lightly on the skin for hours after use.  As soon as I opened the package, I could smell how delicious the scrub was.

I used it in the bath as I could tell that it was going to be a little messy as most scrubs are, and it was!  Essentially this is a dry scrub as it is just the ground up tea with the essential oils mixed in; there is no solution or gel liquid that it is set in.  Although the contents are very different, the fact that its a dry tea reminds me of the Elemis scrub that I reviewed here.

Applying the scrub was so easy, I simply wet my body first using the shower head and then I sat in an empty bath and massaged the Dirtea Chai and Coconut scrub into my skin.  It felt so abrasive yet instantly moisturising thanks to the oils that are in the formula.  Then I lay back while I ran the water in the bath and relaxed for a good ten minutes before washing it off.  Its important to leave it on the skin so that the Black Tea Powder and all of the essential oils can work their magic on the skin.

Aside from smelling amazing, this scrub feels amazing too and it left my skin feeling so soft and supple as well as giving it a healthy, radiance.  The softness actually lasted on my skin as well, right through until the next day.  I do have quite dry skin on my body and this scrub was perfect for keeping it hydrated and moisturised as well as feeling smooth!

I haven't tried it enough to see whether it would have an impact on cellulite or stretch marks but it certainly made my skin feel great and I would absolutely buy the full size.

What I love about Dirtea as a brand is that they're a brand who care.  All of their products are organic and vegan.  They're all paraben and psosphate free, cruelty free as they do not test on animals or use animal bi-products within their formula and they're gluten and chemical free too so you know exactly what you're putting on your skin.  if that wasn't enough, they also donate a percentage of their sales to the Skin Cancer Foundation, PETA and water.org charities.  I also love how they list the ingredients of all of their products on their website so you know exactly what you're putting on your body.

I can't wait to try out more from Dirtea.  I'll be playing an order for my birthday at the end of September which will time nicely with coming home from my holiday and needing a little exfoliation and hydration!

You can buy Dirtea for yourself here and join in the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #GetDirtea and #Kloodos who are the UK distributors of the tea.

What are your thoughts on the Dirtea scrub?

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Thursday, 27 August 2015

Top 5 Luxury Gift Ideas for Men

Mens Gift Ideas Luxury Presents Christmas Birthday Anniversary

It may only be August and while I don't want to mention the big C word just yet, so for now lets pretend that its my man's birthday soon rather than the big guy in the red suit coming down the chimney bearing gifts.  Seriously though, Christmas is coming up and it'll be here before we know it.  Some people may be in a position to just go out and buy everything at the last minute but for me and my budget, I really like to plan in advance what I'm going to be buying and then buy as I go, rather than purchase everything in one fell swoop and end up skint come 1st January.

The one thing that I always used to find difficult to buy was presents for the men in my life, namely my husband and dad.  Gift ideas for men seem to be quite slim on the ground.  Perhaps its because I'm a girl myself but I always found it be really difficult to buy for boys as for my girl friends, they can get an endless supply of makeup in an array of different colours but for guys, its a little more difficult.

In recent years, I've really find tuned my gift buying for my hubby and daddy so I wanted to share with you some gift ideas for is you have a male birthday coming up or incase you're wanting to do what I do and either save monthly or buy things early in time for St. Nic to make his appearance.

Trying to find the perfect luxury gift for the man in your life is difficult when ideas are slim on the ground.  Perhaps its because I'm a girl myself but I find men to be so difficult to buy for.  Girls can get an endless supply of lipgloss but for guys, well I think its a little more difficult.

As I've grown older, I've developed more of the mindset of buying one thing that is of superb quality that looks timeless and will last a lifetime or that will really be enjoyed than spending money on lots of cheaper things that will look like more when being opened but wont perhaps last as long.  I always get lots of filler gifts for birthdays and christmas such as shower gels and deodorant, etc and then I focus on a few of the more luxury items.

Here are my top 5 ideas for the best types of luxury gifts to receive and give.

Mens Gift Ideas Luxury Presents Christmas Birthday Anniversary

1. Mens Fragrance
There are so many luxurious, pampering gifts out there for men to receive that I'm sure they'll absolutely love but the best place to start is with a fragrance.  Men love to smell good for themselves but also for others, especially the women in their life.  There's a lot that can be said for smelling good; I think that it is a great confidence booster and it can make you feel attractive, fresh and sexy.

Although scent is very personal to the individual, Cologne is one of the most foolproof gifts that you can buy a man.  The trick is to know what he already likes to wear.  Have a snoop in his stash and make a note of the aftershaves that he already has and then head to your nearest luxury fragrance counter and either buy a bottle of one that he's about to run out of or ask the advice of a sales associate for a recommendation of a fragrance with similar notes to an aftershave that he already has.

Aftershave is the ideal gift to give all year round because its something that most men wear everyday and you'll always be able to find the option of the product on its own, or alongside complimentry smelling products that you can buy the full size of individually or in deluxe sample sizes in a gift set.  Cologne gift sets usually come with the spray fragrance as well as bath products like a shower gel and an aftershave balm.  This enables the person wearing the scent to layer their fragrance which will make it last even longer on the skin.

Handy tip: If you're given some fragrance samples at the counter, pop those in with the gift when you're wrapping it up too.  It'll give him the opportunity to try out some new fragrances that he might not have tried before and if he likes the scent, it'll give you a gift idea as to what to buy him next time.  Many counters also offer complimentry gift wrap, saving you time and money wrapping.

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2. Luxurious Shaving Cream Products for Men
Another pampering gift that a lot of men like to receive are luxurious shaving creams with quality razors that give a close, smooth shave and leave the skin free from irritation.  Some of the best kinds of lathering shaving creams to buy are those that are aloe based.  Aloe helps to condition and protect the skin during shaves as well as soothing the skin and reducing redness.

Even if you're not wanting to buy luxury shaving products, buying shaving cream is so useful anyway so you could always do what I like to do and bundle lots up in a package with some other toiletries.  This is great for if your husband works away from home, perhaps in the army or away on business and needs to take a few bottles with him, or for if you're due to go on holiday shortly after the event.  Packaging some of his favourite smellies up together can make a lovely gift.

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Mens Gift Ideas Luxury Presents Christmas Birthday Anniversary

3.  Mens Skincare Products
Skincare products are now not only marketed towards women as most brands have a male skincare range too.  This is great because, although they might not like to admit it, lots of men want to keep their skin looking and feeling youthful and gorgeous for as long as they can.  There are so many different male skincare products available now at lots of different price points so it really is up to you what you buy.

A good place to start is to look for products that would fit into his usual lifestyle.  If he spends lots of time in front of the mirror in the bathroom then he may appreciate different products to someone that likes to do most of their pampering inside the shower.  You can select from facial cleansers, scrubs, day moisturisers and night creams, eye creams and even male face masks.  Depending on his job and skin type, you might need to look for products that really work to draw out impurities from the skin if they're used to working in dirty environments or that soften the skin if they work outside a lot.  Suncare products or moisturisers with an SPF are a great option for builders and other men that work outside a lot as they'll protect their skin from the sun.

A lot of products can be bought as part of a gift set or individually.  If you're buying them separately, I think its best to buy a gift box with some shredded tissue paper inside to display them nicely.  Some men might want to use skincare products but may feel a little shy to ask what everything is for so you could write a little card inside to explain what each product is and how and when to apply it.  That of course depends on how clued up your man is on skincare but overall, the trick is to keep it simple.

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4. Bodycare Products for Men
If the man in your life loves taking care of his body then there are all kinds of body products out there that you could put together in a hamper for him.  Even if they don't like lots of lotions and potions, every man that I know uses shampoo and shower gel so thats a good place to start on even the most fuss free of guys.

Choose from shower gels, bubble bath, bath salts or bath soak and shampoo to start off with and any other products that you think he'll like to use and then package them up in a hamper wrapped in cellophane along with a nail brush, nail clippers, tweezers, hair gel or his favourite hair products, and even an electric toothbrush or beard trimmer if you wanted to spend a little more.

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5. Mens Accessories
I tend to find that women have a lot more accessories for men as they like to have lots of different colours and styles where as men tend to stick to one or two.  With that in mind, I think that accessories are where its worth splashing out, if you can, as the vast majority of men aren't going to want ten different wallets in different colours whereas women may want ten different handbags in their collection.  Sometimes spending a little more money on a really high quality leather item can ensure it stays in your collection for years whereas cheaper fabrics may need to be replaced more frequently.

Luxury accessories that I'd recommend as gifts for men include leather wallets and bags, tie clips, socks, travel gadgets and accessories like a passport holder, ties, watches, chain necklaces and cufflinks.  If you're buying a gift during the colder months then leather gloves and a cashmere scarf or hat will go down a treat!

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There are so gifts out there but these are my top 5 as I think that they're the easiest to find for all budgets so hopefully with my tips, finding the perfect luxury gift for the man in your life should be a little bit easier. Remember, luxury gifts don’t just have to be pampering products; they could be accessories or gadgets for men too. For more helpful information on finding the perfect luxury gift for a particular male friend or loved one visit http://www.henrytibbs.com for more ideas!

You could also check out a couple of my male gift guides here and here for more ideas.

What are your favourite products to buy for men?


*This post was written in collaboration with Henry Tibbs, all opinions as always are honest and my own

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