GIFT GUIDE issue no. 2

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Only 20 days to go!


Some of you might be out there getting all of your Christmas shopping done already – get it! I’m not like that however, so it’s time to get into the holiday spirit again today. Here’s a low budget shopping guide for you, categorised in men, women and unisex. Enjoy!

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For the Men:

– 1. ASOS – Gloves in brown suede – to keep his hands warm
– 2. ASOS – Leather gift set with belt and wallet
– 3. ASOS BOOKS – Haute Dogs Book
– 4. ASOS – Bobble beanie – I would love to see my boyfriend wearing this!
– 5. URBAN OUTFITTERS – 52 things to learn on the loo
– 6. ASOS – Dick mug
– 7. ASOS BOOKS – Pizza Bible Book
– 8. URBAN OUTFITTERS – Grammar book ‘Know your shit or know you’re shit’
– 9. HAPPY SOCKS – Gift set in 4-pack
– 10. CALVIN KLEIN – Underwear in 3-pack

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for the Women:

– 1. URBAN OUTFITTERS – Water and glitter iPhone 6 case
– 2. H&M – Christmas motiv cushion cover
– 3. MARC BY MARC JACOBS – Broken hearted earrings
– 4. URBAN OUTFITTERS – Striped turtleneck jumper
– 5. MAC – Lipstick in Russian Red
– 6. Urban Outfitters – Diamond Terrarium Planter in gold
– 7. H&M – Small glass dome ‘WOW’
– 8. WOLFORD – Clair floral-lace tights
– 9. ANASTACIA BEVERLY HILLS – Contour kit

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And in the category Unisex:

– 1. Luxe City Guides of Europe
– 2. SASS & BELLE – You are awesome cushion
– 3. ASOS BOOKS – Gone with the Gin
– 4. ASOS – Slip-on reindeer slippers
– 5. ASOS – Micro Drum Kit
– 6. URBAN OUTFITTERS – Marble iPhone 6 case
– 7. FETCH MY KEYS – Key finder
– 8. LONELY PLANET – Best in travel 2016
– 9. H&M – Marble scented candle

Written By

My name is Frederique and I run this personal style blog. After graduating from law school in April 2014 – University of Utrecht (The Netherlands), exchange: Uppsala (Sweden) and UC Berkeley (USA) – I built FAB le Frique from scratch and decided to spread my lifelong interest in fashion and lifestyle with the world (wide web). Taking a leap of faith, making a career transition, leaving a known and charted career path is scary. But if the only actual obstacle blocking me from doing what I’m truly passionate about is ‘fear’, I hereby conquer my fears and go forward with my passion.