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The 5th’s Christmas Gift Guide

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Christmas shopping is stressful, which is why the Gift Guide is so prevalent. The thing is, if you want to buy someone something of substance – something that they’ll really cherish – you ought to research it. Otherwise, what’s the point? You risk making a purchase that they’ll be too polite to decline and never use. Fortunately, you can outsource your research to bodies who, in virtue of their experience, naturally have the knowledge that you’re searching for. One destination – everything you need. 

One such valuable resource is The 5th, whose mission is to research and collate guides, from Japanese brands to stocking fillers, the variety of denims to essential winter warmers. 

Fortunately, these categories have the advantage of helping you narrow down your target market. Buying for a family member who has consistently made it their prerogative to preach the values of veganism to you at the Christmas table? Take a look at the eco-conscious guide, where you can see recommendations on a variety of Nalgenes or organically produced t-shirts. 

Additionally, there’s excellent lifestyle and homeware ideas, from candles to diffusers, and of course, as it’s The 5th, everything from And Wander bags to Ten C coats, OrSlow shirts to niche bits like Nigel Cabourn belts, guaranteed to make the outdoors enthusiast you’re buying for satisfied. 

Browse all of The 5th’s 12 Days of Christmas recommendations here. 

12 Days of Christmas at The 5th.

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