Christmas Gifting from K, Babe and co.
It's so cold in the UK at the moment, you'd be forgiven for thinking we were actually in December already. For the super prepared among us, we're getting there mentally; setting up our Christmas gift spreadsheets (what, there's nothing wrong with being organised)! If this is you, check out our gift guide and get another recipient ticked off your present list.
For the bold
If your intended gift recipient loves making sartorial statements, we've got some great ideas for you. Bold prints and vibrant colours are your friends, here.
Check out our 'Camo Queen' backpack for a splash of style on their commute.
This spacious backpack comes in camouflage canvas, with adjustable straps in black. At the time of publishing, this product was on sale for a bargain £20 (down from £28).
Alternatively, go leopard print with our 'Jesy' boots in camel. The print on these gorgeous boots is bold and textured, and the soles are nice and chunky, too, making them a great choice for those colder months.
For something quirky and cute, check out Threadbones. We particularly love their Spooky Girls Diner t-shirt. This fitted grey tee with spooky girls diner design is handmade and comes in a lovely cotton material.
For the outdoorsy
Make sure your outdoor-loving friends and family members keep warm this winter when they're out and about. Our plus-size, fleece-lined leggings in black are a must-have. They're snuggly and match with just about anything.
It has cuffed sleeves, and a drawstring hood and waist, so it's adjustable. It also has two front pockets with ring pull zips and the blue colour is nice and vibrant, too.
For something even warmer, take a look at this great jacket with magnetic zipper from So Yes Adaptive. It's ideal for is ideal for people with fine motor impairments or for single-handed use (available with left zipper for left-handed use or right zipper for right-handed use).
For the body positive
We're biased here, but we'd definitely recommend having a look at our range of disabled pin-ups tees. These cotton t-shirts feature unique designs of fifties-style pin-up girls with impairments, including our 'Seated Pinup Girl tee', depicting a burlesque-style woman in a wheelchair, wearing a black corset and garter. Representation matters and we love to see it!
On the same pinup girl theme, we're also fans of this pink tattooed curvy pin-up woman art print by LolaBlackheartCo on Etsy. This handmake print is limited edition and, by purchasing it, you're supporting a small business.
For the socially aware
Your anti-Tory pals might like our 'Eton Mess' t-shirt. Now only £12.99, this super soft cotton t-shirt features a unique design mocking the current PM. I mean, come on, it's not like he doesn't deserve it!
We also love this 'Disabled is not a bad word' print from Unhidden Clothing. It's taken from their 'Little Book of Ableism' and reminds us that disabled is not a bad word! Ideal for framing or simply tacking to your wall. Winner!
For a lovely, luxe stocking filler, we'd suggest Elba London's Essential Bra in Blush. This innovative front-fastening bra is designed to offer ease of dressing, support and comfort. It features the patented Elba EZ magnetic front fastener, adjustable straps and an easily removable care label (bye, itchy tags). Plus, it's beautiful. What more could you want?
For the feminists, we love this t-shirt from The Spark Company. The slogan, 'If you are not angry you are not paying attention', is particularly relevant at the moment and absolutely on point.
Finally, our 'Watch the Queen Conquer' sweater is on sale now - what better time than just before the New Year to buy something that reminds your friend or family member of the success and happiness that lie ahead?
Happy shopping, everyone!