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Top 10 luxury travel gifts for her this Christmas (US & Canada edition)

Find your travel companion the perfect gift this Christmas from this wonderful selection of luxury treats. The lead-up to Christmas can often be a stressful period but hopefully some of the ideas presented here will help to alleviate the perennial dilemma of what to buy. Whether she prefers to wrap up warm around the fire or get outside and hit the slopes, we have something to cover all bases! Aspen wrap from Mer Sea & Co. The Aspen wrap from Mer Sea & Co. is made of cashmere and soft wool — the ultimate companion for luxury travel. This wrap is fitted with arms like a sweater, yet the cut and fringe have all the drama of a great scarf. Made to dress up or down, this wrap will be the “must-have” on your packing list. Tip for putting it on: sleeves are at the base, then slip your arms down and through. Unity necklace from Ora Nicole Jewelry For that WOW factor, surprise her with a gorgeous diamond Unity Necklace by Ora Nicole Jewelry. Ora Nicole Jewelry’s bold looks are contemporary yet delicate and meant to be collected over time. The necklace is shown here in 14K yellow gold, adjustable at 16, 18 and 20 inches, but available in both white and yellow gold. Cashmere socks from MM.LaFleur Whoever said socks were a boring gift has never laid eyes on these creatures. Made from 100% Mongolian cashmere, they’re like giving each foot an individual puppy to warm it. One size fits all. Comes in oatmeal, heather and cabernet. Scarves from Pang Wangle Want to feel snug this Christmas? This soft, lightweight bug repellent scarf from Pang Wangle is a versatile, fashionable outdoor/travel accessory. It looks great in many different configurations and will keep mosquitos and ticks off your neck, shoulders, and head (no need for bug spray in your hair!). The Journey Scarf is eco-friendly, has a hidden zipper pocket and built-in, odorless Insect Shield® bug repellent. Bug repellent clothing is recommended by both the CDC and World Health Organization to prevent insect born illnesses, which are on the rise in the US and around the world. Insect Shield® is tested and proven safe and effective even for children and pets! Wine purse from PortoVino Check out the famous discrete PortoVino Wine Purse and Beverage Bags for yourself. Whether you are buying it as a gift for a wine lover or for yourself, it will not disappoint! It has a hidden beverage pouch and spout for your favorite drinks! Check it out, over 200M viral views and excellent reviews, you'll love it! Osmo Pocket from DJI How do you capture those travel moments worth keeping? As the smallest 3-axis stabilized handheld camera DJI has ever designed, the compact and intelligent Osmo Pocket turns any moment into a cinematic memory. In just seconds, Osmo Pocket lets you share your travel experiences anywhere, anytime. Shoes from Yuul Yie Launched by South Korean shoe designer Sunyuul Yie, this under-the-radar brand has been steadily growing in popularity. The collections, known for their structural shapes, use the finest Italian leather to produce on-trend pieces that are handmade to order. Try the Zizi sling-backs in deep green for that extra festive look. Online photography course from Photography Concentrate Have you ever wondered what the secrets are behind jaw-dropping travel photos, the kind National Geographic photographers take every single day? Buy her a course from Photography Concentrate. Instead of boring explanations about the different camera functions, you learn by seeing and doing – so you’ll learn everything you need to know, as quickly and easily as possible. It gives you all the essential information with absolutely no fluff, so you avoid all those time-sucking guide books, online guides and camera manuals. The Diamond Jetsetter Pouch from LE LÜXACE For sophisticated female travelers, the Diamond Jetsetter Pouch is the must-have luxury solution for complying with TSA’s clear bag requirement. Your travel toiletries, cosmetics, and beauty necessities will remain effortlessly organized and easily accessible within this premium clear vinyl and Saffiano-patterned toiletry bag. Available in several color options to complement your luggage and travel bags. Each Diamond Jetsetter Pouch comes packaged in a luxurious LE LÜXACE signature gift box. Phia boot leg pant in merino from Erin Snow Sleek with an incredible fit, the Phia pant is Erin Snow‘s best-selling stretch ski pant. Made from an innovative Schoeller Merino wool soft-shell with our responsibly made Eco Racer stripe, this pant repels water and wind while keeping you warm and offering maximum freedom of movement. Phia in Merino Stripe is made from long lasting, high-performing environmentally friendly materials. The pant is completely fitted to the knee, and is designed with a waterproof powder guard liner to go over your ski boot. Guaranteed to turn heads in the lift-line, Phia will become your favorite ski pant. Want to feature in one of our gift round-ups? If you have a luxury travel related product that you’d like to see featured, please contact us. Please also sign up to the channel for luxury retailers on our mailing list in order to receive an alert when we are compiling similar articles.

Paul Johnson

Paul Johnson is Editor of A Luxury Travel Blog and has worked in the travel industry for more than 30 years. He is Winner of the Innovations in Travel ‘Best Travel Influencer’ Award from WIRED magazine. In addition to other awards, the blog has also been voted “one of the world’s best travel blogs” and “best for luxury” by The Daily Telegraph.

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  1. No, socks are never boring. At this freezing time of year they are life-savers. It is well worth investing in cashmere for some comfortable insulation. No one wants to get frostbite.

  2. Personally I just don’t get it. I’m a big 200lbs male who only wears shoes to stop my feet getting cut and suffering frost bite. I don’t do fashion. Full-stop.

    I know my partner would love those Korean shoes. As green is her favourite colour I could be in her good books by Christmas motioning. Thanks for the steer.

  3. I always think that a camera at Christmas is a great gift. There’s just so much to shoot. For those of us who live in Snowy States this camera could be the real deal for grabbing some awesome shots of kids playing in the snow, skiing and snowboarding. They are tricky shots and the stabilised camera would be ideal. In cold weather you want your hands in your pocket, not exposed to the elements from carrying a big camera.

  4. Once upon a time a scarf was a primitive piece of wool that you flung around your neck a few times and hoped that it kept the cold out.

    How things have changed! How sophisticated is that scarf from Pang Wangle? It does storage and medication too. Whatever next?

  5. There are some lovely pieces on the Ora Nicole Jewelry. Think I might treat my other half to something this Christmas :)

  6. In my line of work I have to attend some fairly dire networking events. Sometimes the drinks provided are almost as bad as the company. Maybe the PortoVino Wine Purse would make life a little more bearable. At least I’d be drinking my own choice of wine. Love the colour too.

  7. You could call my wife an international jet setter but most of the air miles are an unglamorous slog in economy as she travels a lot for work. The Diamond Jetsetter Pouch might just brighten up the trips, at least she’s got something beautiful to look at while she’s queueing for security. Ideal present for the woman who has almost got everything, apart from time at home with her husband.

  8. As I was a little girl I was always taught to write my thank you letters.

    For Christmas my usually unimaginative man gave me a white gold Ora Nicole Unity Necklace.

    There’s no way that he would have thought of that on his own. I just had to give him a prod in the right direction by leaving my i-pad open at that picture at least three times.

    I can’t really thank myself so thank you to A Luxury Travel Blog.

    Girls – that’s a free tip for next Christmas or any birthday or anniversary coming up.

  9. Just because Santa’s put away his sleigh for another year doesn’t mean that we’ve stopped giving presents. My wife is incredibly difficult to buy for. I always say that she’s got everything – which of course she disagrees with but there are some great gift ideas here. Many of them still appropriate even though the tinsel’s been long packed away.

  10. I know Christmas is over, but I have been trying to find the perfect gift for my husband since his birthday is coming very soon. And I did not expect that I will find it here. I have been scrolling and scrolling through shopping websites for hoping to find something special for him. Since my husband loves extreme sports, I think I’ll buy one of those Mavic drones and that snow jacket from Quiksilver. He will surely appreciate and use them for his ski trips and adventures.

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