Christmas Gift ideas | Tuke's Quest

Christmas Gift ideas

Hey Guys,

Hope you had a Great Weekend!

Mine was busy with my cousin's engagement, wedding, a gig, a friend's birthday, a friend's movie premiere, a family reunion and then I got a really bad tummy ache which has kept me down for over 24 hours.

Christmas is in a couple of days and I know a lot of people are running around trying to sort out last minute presents. Well, this gift guide featuring indigenous brands and businesses should help you out:

Foldable flats from Thandos Shoes. Check out my post on them here, they have launched new collections and designs since that post so check out their website to see what is new in.

A Bag from Joellani, featured one of their clutch's in this post.

Gafa Sandal's made by Grace Alex.

A Blog planner from Cassie Daves which I wrote about here.
If your loved one isn't a blogger but he or she needs to stay organised, you can get a Life Planner from HDHQ Goods.
Check out the difference between both planners here.

A Dress From Sola Fagbemi, Desiree Iyama, Eman Zazar, Maxine Arthur's or Anko Designs (They specialise in creating African Inspired Childrenswear). Check out my post rocking an Eman Zazar Dress here.

A Watch from Maybrands, remember that post when I had a shoot at their store. They sell Jewellery, Bags, Belts & Wallets too.

A Spa treatment from Elle pairer, I got so many compliments on my skin after I had a facial there which I wrote about here.

Nigeria is currently in a recession so if you haven't got disposable income to spare on a physical present, make sure you spend time with your loved ones, catching up, bonding and just reminding them that you care.

P.S. I have interacted with all of these brands by purchasing from them, reviewing their product or service or I have spent time with the owner. Also, many of these Brands are owned by Bloggers doing Great work which is why I had to highlight them.

Have you sorted out Christmas Presents yet? What is number 1 on your Christmas Wishlist?
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