Monday, 30 November 2015

Christmas Gift Guide For Men

Men are often quite difficult to buy for, and I do struggle every year for new ideas to buy the men in my life. Hardy Amies and Dickies Store have some great stocking fillers, fashion must haves and accessories for Christmas Gift for men of all ages to suit a range of budgets.

Top Five Hardy Amies Gifts:
  • Monogram Socks £15.00
  • D.R Harris Arlington Cologne 100ml £32.00
  • Men's Society Moustache Kit Pocket Sized Tin £18.00
  • Roll Neck Jumper Merino Wool £150.00
  • Textured Scarf Wool Jacquard £120.00

Top Five Dickies Gifts:
  • Vintage Print iPad Case £7.00
  • Trinity Dealer Boot £54.95
  • Multi Cushion Crew Socks £9.95
  • Portland Shirt £29.95
  • Tiber Safety Trainers £59.95
We love the Tiber Safety Trainers, they are great for work or the garden. They are comfortable and hard wearing. Perfect for the busy, active man in your life. My Hubby always has a garden project on the go and these are fab for keeping his feet safe and dry.

They contain no metal, but maintain all the safety features of heavier steel safety footwear. The toe-cap and midsole both contain composite safety features for all round penetration and impact resistance. With a lightweight mesh and microfibre upper and a lightweight EVA/rubber outsole, ensuring these will not wear you down throughout the working day.

  • Composite toe-cap.
  • Non-Metallic anti-penetration sole.
  • Water resistant upper.
  • Padded collar and tongue.
  • Lightweight EVA/rubber outsole.
  • Shock absorbent heel.
  • Antistatic properties. 
  • Oil resistant sole.
  • Mesh and Microfibre.

*We were provided with a pair of Tiber safety boots free of charge for the purpose of this review. Our thoughts and opinions are our own and unbiased.

An East of England Co-op Christmas

As you know last week we tried some delicious sourced locally Christmas treats from the Co-op including a sparkling rose from Shawsgate Vineyard that won East Anglian wine of the year 2015 and this week I just wanted to share with you a few more locally sourced products that you could try over the festive period. 

In my local co-op we have lots of locally produced Christmas products stocked, things like chutney, jams, honey, mince pies, chocolate, tea, christmas spiced juice, cakes, hot chocolate, meat pies, wine, ale, cider plus much more. 

During the summer I tried a gorgeous cherry wine that I bought from the Co-op and while I was shopping this weekend I spotted a strawberry wine from the same winery (Broadlands), and let me tell you it is delicious. The Riverbank Bakery in Norfolk have a lovely chocolate, raisin and cherry cake on offer. It has a real christmas cake taste and is great for those who don't really like a traditional christmas cake. We also tried a spiced apple juice made for co-op in Suffolk and it is lovely. We even have locally produced tea, which surprised me as I have never seen it before.

The Co-op has a full range of treats that are sourced locally. Why not pop in and have a look.

*We were provided with Co-op vouchers for the purpose of this post. Our thoughts and opinions are entirely our own.


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