After a tough year, both physically and mentally, it’s understandable that you want to please your friends and family. But once you've checked everyone off your gift list, don't forget to treat yourself too. The holiday season is the perfect time for a little self-indulgence, and there’s no doubt that you deserve it! So are you ready to spoil yourself?
Here are 5 gift ideas (from you to you) to treat yourself this holiday season!
Now that we’re spending more time at home than ever before, there’s no reason not to put comfort first. Enter, Rachel’s loungewear set! Soft, cozy, and stretchy, this made-in-Canada set will have you ready to relax or work from your couch in no time.
Essential mini skirt
For days where you want to get out of your loungewear and a little dressed up, count on our essential mini skirts. Whether it’s for a romantic dinner at home, a Zoom meet with friends or just for yourself (no one is judging), our mini skirts are ideal to add a touch of style to your daily look. They’re made in a super comfortable stretch material, so you can feel good, while looking good.
Feeling good starts with your intimates, so why not spruce up your panty drawer this holiday season? Rachel’s invisible panties are loved for their mid rise cut, full back coverage, and curve-hugging fit. Moreover, they come in a range of fun colours. Now, that’s what we call self-care!
Just add glitter
We often say accessories make the outfit, but accessorizing is looking a little different these days. Instead of reaching for your chunky jewelry or hair accessories this season, step up your sock game instead. Our socks with glitter effect will seriously jazz up your outfits and promise to add a little sparkle to your day.
Winter is gradually setting in and now is the time to snag a pair of our legwarmers or high-socks for a trendy and always cozy look. Close to the fire (or your TV in fireplace mode) this is the ultimate accessory to stay warm and stylish both inside and outside the house.
What are you gifting yourself this holiday season?