Christmas Gifts for Sisters 2019

Surprise your sister with a unique gift this Christmas! Check out our guide to buying your sister the perfect Christmas present.

Let your sister know how special she is this Christmas by buying her the perfect gift. Buying for siblings can be difficult, but we’ve put together some of our top gift ideas for sisters to make your life a bit easier.

Whether she’s into jewellery, wine, clothes or gadgets, we’ve got something for every type of sister. So have a browse through our ideas and you’re bound to find something your sister will love.

Top retailers for Christmas gifts for sisters


Accessories make a great Christmas gift for sisters. Whether they love chunky bobble hats or sparkly clutch bags, you’re bound to find an accessory they’ll love.


If your sister loves to keep up to date with the latest beauty trends, why not gift her with some new make-up or a sweet-smelling body gift set?

NYX Professional Makeup Whipped Wonderland Soft Matte Metallic Lip Cream Vault
NYX Professional Makeup Whipped Wonderland Soft Matte Metallic Lip Cream Vault


Smashbox Drawn In Decked Out Lash and Liner Set
Smashbox Drawn In Decked Out Lash and Liner Set

Boots UK


Does your sister love all things shiny? Make her feel like a million dollars and buy her a beautiful piece of sparkling jewellery.

9ct White Gold 0.10cttw Snowflake Pendant
9ct White Gold 0.10cttw Snowflake Pendant



For the sisters who like to indulge in a gorgeous glass of wine, or a classic gin and tonic, there’s loads of great alcoholic gifts that’ll make great Christmas presents.

The Connoisseur’s Choice Trio Gift Selection
The Connoisseur’s Choice Trio Gift Selection

Marks & Spencer

Novelty Gifts

Treat your sister to something unique this Christmas. Find something a little unusual and surprise them with an original yet thoughtful gift.

Top tips for buying your sister the perfect Christmas present

Christmas is the perfect opportunity to share the love with your sister and show her you really care. Make sure to take her personal preferences into account when thinking of best gift for her.

  • Take some time to find out her hobbies and interests.
    If she’s an adrenaline junkie, you could gift her an adventure experience. If she likes fashion, she may love something from Missguided or ASOS. Finding out what your sister loves will help you make sure your gift is something she’ll really love.
  • Has she dropped any hints?
    Think back and try to remember if she has dropped any hints about what she might like or something she might find useful. Maybe she’s mentioned how her headphones stopped working or he mascara has run out.
  • If she’s sentimental, maybe she’ll love something that reminds her of your childhood.
    Look for things related to old TV shows you used to watch together or something that she loved when you were younger
  • Make it personal and DIY.
    If your sis would like something more personal then you can always go down the route of a photo album or scrap book of your favourite memories together.

If you’re still stuck, why not check out her social media? This way, you can see what her style’s like and what activities she likes to do. If you’re still struggling after this, try asking one of her friends for some good advice!

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