Top Row (L-R): Barbour Lambswool Scarf (£19.98 in the sale) / LEGO Star Wars Alarm Clock (£18) / Oat Cable Knit Bobble Hat (£12) / Pack of 3 Calvin Klein Boxer Shorts (£23 in the sale) /
Bottom Row (L-R): Black Washed Stripe T-Shirt (£15) / Power Up Hipflask (£8) / Lacoste 100ml Aftershave (£28) / ASOS Leather Wallet and Belt Gift Set (£22) / Alchemy in a Glass Book (£15.99)
The second of my gift guides focuses on the guys this time while still keeping the price low and under £30. I sometimes find guys quite difficult to buy for but I think that's the case whenever you're buying for the opposite sex so I always like to think outside the box and get something a little more unorthodox than the usual Lynx sets that guys are probably all too used to receiving at Christmas. Little novelty gifts can be really fun and I especially like the hipflask for this. ASOS have so many different kinds at really reasonable prices and some of them are just hilarious. I love the cartoon effect of this one which is why I chose to include it but really their whole collection is great! Another sort of novelty one is the Star Wars clock, which I class as "sort of novelty" as it is a bit of a funny gift but one that the recipient would probably end up loving once it was on their bedside cabinet!
Of course, aftershaves are a failsafe and this Lacoste one is a great price, coming in at £28 for 100ml. Men's aftershave can be really pricey but you don't have to spend a fortune to get a great smelling one and the Lacoste ones are lovely! Pyjamas are another classic Christmas gift - I can't be the only one who still gets new pyjamas on Christmas Eve at age 22 right? It wouldn't be Christmas without them! This checked pair from John Lewis fall just within the £30 budget but I think pyjamas are something that are worth spending a bit on. Don't get me wrong I love me some Primark pjs but the difference in quality is something else when you splash out a bit more!
What do you get your guys for Christmas?