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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!

Roberta, our buyer and visual styling manager at Sancho’s has been super busy sourcing all our beautiful ethical Christmas gifts we have in store! Here, she has chosen just 5 of her favourites from our full range of sustainable and ethical gifts, read on to find out what she’s chosen!

What are your 5 favourite gifts in store at Sancho's right now?

1. & 2. A Girlfriend Collective Set

I would love to receive a Girlfriend set. Honestly, I'll have one of each please! Ha. But out of all of them I would say a Girlfriend set in Moss or Black. I love the brand and the sets look so great and flattering on, so they feel good to wear on their own when working out or styled with a cosy sweatshirt for chilling out, which is perfect for the current climate.

3. Organic Basics Underwear

4. Liha Beauty Discovery Set

What will you gift to your mum and sisters and why?

I'd gift them either a Liha Beauty discovery set featuring their all-purpose oil and shea butter for some ultimate pampering and the most amazing scented candle that's included too, or an A Weathered Penny nail polish in their favourite colour for a thoughtful and personal touch.

5. A Weathered Penny Nail Polish

What's your favourite Christmas tradition?

I am a big advocate for making things look pretty and feel cosy, so decorating the tree and wrapping presents definitely are up there as my favourite Christmas traditions; as is meeting up with friends who all congregate from various further afield places for Christmas drinks. I also have a pretty important ritual of making a honey glazed ham dinner and watching Muppet Christmas Carol on Christmas Eve, which I will take extra comfort in this year seeing as it will be a quieter run up to Christmas than we are all used to.

What tradition would you get rid of?

It's not a tradition, but I would get rid of Christmas guilt. It's so easy to feel under pressure to pack in too much in to just a few days, and sometimes even just the 'big day.' I'd spread out Christmas celebrations with family and friends to make it all more manageable to spend proper time with all of our loved ones, something which is going to be impossible this year given current restrictions, but I'd like to aim for this next year to make up for it.  

 

For more gift inspiration, check out our collection of gifts under £30 here and our ‘stay cosy’ collection of cosy knitted gifts here.

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