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As you can probably tell, when it comes to the Restoration Yard, I’m a fan. I adore the mix of eclectic brands, beautiful oddities and fun gifts you can pick up, and it’s got to be one of Scotland’s most festive spots to enjoy. From baskets overflowing with baubles, to shelves heaving under artisanal beauty gifts, you can’t go wrong.

I think a gorgeous, Uber-luxe hamper filled with all those bathroom bits you’re always meaning to pick up, would make a perfect Christmas gift this year (especially since most of us have more time than usual to enjoy a little self care). There’s a huge selection to choose from online here, but I fell in love with these natural loofas, handmade nail brushes and Ovis sheep milk soap – they would look absolutely gorgeous in the bathroom, and the soap can’t fail to raise a smile!

I’m obsessed with how beautifully packaged Restoration Yard’s own line of beauty products are, and these soaps (£5.50 here) make a beautiful stocking stuffer. What looks like a party hat is in fact a Vintage & Co lip balm (£6.50), and a selection of products from Uber-cool Sevin would upgrade anyone’s bathroom shelfie!

These apothecary-inspired candles from Paddywax were absolutely gorgeous too. With a wonderful range of scents to choose from, these looked as good they smelled (I loved the Verbena & Eucalyptus) similar are available online here.

Is it just me, or do you always end up with handfuls of new socks over Christmas? Restoration Yard have seriously upped the ante with these options from Socksmith (£10.95 here) and Sixton (£18 similar here) which are too pretty to hide away under boots and leggings!

If you want to decorate more than your socks with some glam bugs, Sixton has a huge variety of brooches to choose from. I loved the Coral Insect for adding a pop of colour to winter coats and sweaters!

If you’re in the market for a statement coat or bag, Restoration Yard really do have you covered. From a strawberry pink teddy coat from Rino & Pelle (£145 similar here) to a matching cross-body bag with chic designer-inspired straps, they’re an easy way to inject a little colour into your winter wardrobe.

Rino & Pelle have also revolutionised the bobble hat – these knitted numbers have interchangeable faux-fur bobbles, so you can mix and match your looks according to your look or your mood.

If you’re in the mood to treat yourself to a little luxury this winter, I don’t think you can do much better than Rosie Sugden Cashmere. A relatively new, Scottish brand, winter staples are upgraded thanks to high-quality cashmere and fun patterns. I loved the Bowie-inspired wrist warmers (£69 here), and the touch of neon in the leopard beanie (£85 here) is just so pretty!

As if all that wasn’t enough, Restoration Yard have even curated their own collection of small accessories. From tiny earrings which glint and glitter in the light, to these stunning pearly hair slides (£9.95 each here)- they make the most beautiful gifts, which you just know will be loved all year long!


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