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Christmas Gift Guide For £1000 or Less

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In the editorial offices at OX, we start getting suggestions for our December Gift Guides any time from July onwards. We’ve selected our pick of the best for £1000 for less...

Polaroid have added Bluetooth® tech to their beloved analogue cameras to make your photography even more creative.


Light therapy is trending: there’s been a 270% uplift in LED device sales and leading the market is Current Body. Used consistently three to five times a week, their latest drop, the LED Lip Perfector, rejuvenates the skin around the mouth.


Whether its Chamonix, Gstaad or Aspen, Moncler are the goggles to see and be seen in.


Serious skincare from the renowned author of NY Times bestseller, The Wrinkle Cure. Worth £250, this seasonal selection gets to work on face, eyes, neck and jawline.


This woven cotton throw by Camille Gressier can be slung over a bed or a sofa and would also make a serious statement piece of wall art.


Limited edition hair straighteners for shiny happy hair, from the one and only GHD.


Vegan leather bucket bag from a British design legend: Vivienne Westwood.


Feel the speed and take gaming to the next level with the Logitech G29 Racing Wheel, for Playstation and PC.


Bright, blingy and beautiful. Serious swag from the Millenia Collection, Swarovski Eyewear.


Both beautiful and useful. Topping our list this year, the new Blossom Stand Mixer from KitchenAid.



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