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There’s little more than a month to go until Christmas Day, so it’s time to kick off my series of gift guides. I’m starting today with ideas that will cost you £25 or less – whether you’re looking for a few small stocking fillers, or a larger gift that’s very budget-friendly, there are some gorgeous pieces available this year.
With thick, glitzy bands of shimmering lurex, these stockings are both stylish and festive, and superbly priced too.
These are some of my very favourite stockings! They’re very budget-friendly and a really unusual design – the romantic rose pattern is a gorgeous alternative to straight seams.
Know someone who loves all things quirky and kitsch? This super cute eye mask is perfect for lazy holiday napping, and is handmade in Poland.
These sparkly pasties with festively-red tassels are oh-so-fun, and come ready wrapped in a gift box with a sticky re-usable backing so there’s no need to worry about buying lingerie tape or pastie glue too.
With their velvety ‘gift wrap’ style bow and glossy black ‘stones’, these tights are just perfect for the party season!
I own these fabulous stockings myself and can truly say they’re a luxury-quality product, not to mention totally fun and unusual in this colourway! They are also available in classic black though, and other options. You can read my review of them here.
This delicate ivory chiffon with metallic gold dots is oh-so-Christmassy, without being too costume-y to wear the rest of the year too. These knickers are handmade in the UK too.
What could be more indulgent as a gift than pure silk knickers? These ones are phenomenally priced not just because they’re silk, but because they’re handmade too!
Sheer, appliquéd bralets are right on trend at the moment, and not only is this one very pretty, it’s handmade too. It’s available in this classic black and a wintery white. It even looks like the bra might come ready gift-wrapped for you.
Fully-fashioned stockings are the crème de la crème of luxury hosiery, so if you’re buying a gift for someone who loves to wear stockings then you really can’t go wrong with these!
One of my own designs here – this is one of my bestselling pieces and a great stocking filler idea for anyone who likes ‘strappy’ lingerie, as it can be easily attached to any bra in their lingerie drawer to change its look.
This fun bra is actually a totally cupless style covered up with a thick satin bow, ready to be unwrapped! Adding the matching knickers would push this over budget, but the great thing about black lingerie like this is that it can all be mixed-and-matched with what you already own.
This blush pink bra set is made from a lovely, delicate lace with an eyelash trim, and is also available in black. The link above will take you to the bra and the knickers can be found here.
L’Agent is the younger, cheaper sister-brand to household name Agent Provocateur, and these simple ribbon tie-sides are an Agent Provocateur classic that’s now available at a budget-friendly price.
H&M describes this as the corset which it definitely isn’t. What it is though is very pretty and surprisingly affordable! If your budget will stretch a little over £25, include some chic stockings to complete the look.
Harnesses are a great stocking filler as they can be paired with so many different lingerie looks, and even outerwear. This is one of my own pieces which is sewn by hand and available in various colours, but I think this deep red with gold-plated hardware is the most Christmassy combination.
Another H&M ‘corset’ that is really more of a lightly-boned basque, this is nonetheless a pretty piece of lingerie that’s not too hard on the wallet.
I’ve seen Love Me Sugar designer Natalie’s handmade eye masks up close, and they are divine. They are thickly padded and beautifully made, and this Marlene sleep mask comes with its own satin gift bag.
This is another piece I’ve bought myself – it’s excellent quality for £25 and perfect for the giftee who likes their lingerie to be a little ‘out there’! Check out my review of the Frida harness brief here.
With its large-patterned lace and scalloped eyelash trim, this is one gift that looks decidedly more expensive and luxurious than it actually is.
I hope you’ve found this gift guide useful! What do you like most from it? And if you’re planning to spend more than £25, stay tuned for my next guides where I’ll be covering some more luxurious gift ideas.