These Are The Luxurious Items Your Bougie Good friend Desires

Buying gifts can be a bit of a minefield as trying to work out what your loved ones actually want and need is never as easy as it sounds. One thing that you’re almost certain to get a good reception from, however, is something luxurious. We all enjoy being treated to something fancy, right?

This can range from buying someone the finest in artisan watchmaking (and a hefty dent in your pocket) or more simple items crafted with expert care such as luxury soaps or socks. Either way, the key is to treat someone to something that’s more lavish than what they would usually buy themself.

Check out our favorite luxury gifts below and add a touch of splendor to your holiday period.

A scarf is a relatively standard holiday gift, but not when it’s from Marni. Made from what the fashion house calls its “fuzzy wuzzy mohair” this striped design is about as cozy as a scarf can get.

Crafted from 925 sterling silver, it would almost be a waste to have this Jil Sander design hanging from your keys. I’d be tempted to add it to a belt loop on my trousers or attach it to a bag to really showcase it.

Since wallets and cardholders are something you will use every day, it often pays to spend a little bit extra on a good-quality finish that will last. This one is crafted from 100% cow leather with Maison Margiela’s iconic four-stitch moniker on one side.

Loro Piana specializes in the finest of fabrics, and you better believe that its focus on craftmanship translates all the way down to the humble baseball cap.

When you own a tote bag like this one, there’s no need to have any others. Made with a calfskin base and hard-wearing canvas body, the adjustable strap means it can also transform into a crossbody bag.

When you’ve got freshwater pearls coming from the prestigious jewelry district of Hatton Gardens, you don’t need me to tell you that this keychain is the height of luxury.

Famously having never used synthetic fragrances in their products, Diptyque is a master at crafting fragrances. This exclusive soap bar celebrates the fourth edition of Not In Paris.

The Elder Statesman’s selection of homeware is an active protest against boring interiors. This stuffed mushroom made from 100% cashmere is a testament to that.

Typical of Jil Sander, this tote bag comes with a minimal but highly considered design. A durable cotton and linen canvas is used for the body of the bag, while the handles are what truly garner attention, as they emerge in plush leather.

You can never have too many black belts and this is essentially two in one. The reversible buckle lets you switch between flexing the Maison Margiela logo and a more minimal design.

Having your AirPods encased in a mini leather Dries Van Noten bag is a big flex.

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Source: Highsnobiety