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We have been working hard to find you the perfect ethical Christmas gift for you to give this holiday season! We have sourced many beautiful, unique and well-made gifts so that you can relax this Christmas, whilst we do the hard work for you!
Kalkidan and Vidmantas founded Sancho’s in 2014, after they’d met at Exeter University. Since then they have steadily grown their small business into what it is today, and this Christmas we have the best selection of sustainably made and ethically sourced gifts than we have ever had before! Find out what their favourite ethical gifts are in store right now!
Order your Christmas gifts with ‘express delivery’ at checkout to make sure they come in time for Christmas!
What are your favourite ethical gifts in store right now?
1. Egos slippers in grey
2. Girlfriend unitard
3. Jude pea coat in olive
What will you gift to your dad and why?
Kalkidan: “I would gift the Jude pea coat to my dad becuase he loves woolen jackets and they are so easy to wear!”
4. Aina corduroy shirt dress
5. Siennaa Knitted dress in black
Which one would you love to receive and why?
Kalkidan: “all of them! - but the Siennaa dress because I love a dress I can live in!”
What's your favourite holiday traditions?
Kalkidan: “’Driving home for Christmas...' we work right up until Christmas Eve and then take our annual break with our family and it is lush!”
Vidmantas: “Christmas games with our family - we often play Trivia and the winner gets booze and cheese! This year Kalkidan and I have been listening to Radio 1 to prepare”
6. Arthur boxers in pewter
7. Logo tee in black
What tradition would you get rid of?
Kalkidan: “Cheap Christmas jumpers.....because of the micro plastics they distribute whenever they are washed, it is part of the cycle of throw away fashion, and we should aim to get knitwear that is bbuilt to last and will keep us warm through the whole winter season and be kinder on our skin and the planet”