When all the big stores insist on exclusives from brands, it makes it really hard on the consumer to find what they’re looking for – and if you happen to want it all in the one place, good luck to you!
Philosophy sets are always loads of fun and usually smell irisistible – the packaging often manages to convey many sentiments (great for us Brits who find it hard to gush) and if you check out the words on the pack of the Philosophy Peppermint Stick Set it’s got all the comfort triggers you would care to mention. Hot cocoa, ice cream, baking, chocolate and cocktails. Quite a masterpiece of marketing.
But they do make brilliant gifts, especially for the person you’re never sure what to get – you can be pretty certain that this will tick all the boxes as fun, functional and lovely to look at. In my book this is kind of distant-cousin-children-of-your-old-friend gifting – like you have to give a token for some unknown family tradition purposes and it won’t break the bank at £18 to do so. It’s HERE.
There are always loads of Philosophy sets so I’ll round up the other exclusives as and when I spot them.
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