Tweed and tartan are as traditional as mince pies and tinsel. Here is a selection of gifts for her, for him and for little ones that are sure to delight. For Scots and fans of Scottish heritage and beautiful fabrics, Christmas is a great time to make an addition to their wardrobe as there are many fabulous savings to be made. A made to measure outfit makes for a very special present that will be a delight to wear on special occasions for years to come. There are many lovely outfits to choose from depending on your preferred style and budget. Popular for jackets are Prince Charlie’s and Argylle or for something more casual that can be worn at highland games and in warmer climates opt for a Ghillie shirt outfit. Presenting a gift which includes a family, country or university tartan makes this a truly personal gift. Classic accessories featuring beautifully finished, Scottish made items, delicately engraved and using the finest fur add the finishing touches to a prestigious package. An accessory set in a presentation box is a special gift that allows the receiver to give their outfit a whole new look, they usually include a matching sporran, sgain dhub and belt buckle featuring a Celtic or masonic crest. Individual items are also popular; cufflinks featuring a saltire, masonic symbol are popular and with over fifty styles to choose from you’ll be spoilt for choice! Rugby tops come into their own during the Six nations and are great for everyday wear. Individual sporrans for day or evening wear are a good choice. Harris Tweed is one of Scotland’s best loved brands synonymous with quality and a Harris Tweed jacket or hat is sure to be welcome, their soft feel and thick material makes them perfect for the colder months. For ladies you can’t go wrong with Celtic jewellery to add a bit of sparkle to the day! Earrings, brooches and necklaces in pewter catch the light and keep their shine over time. Look out for pretty designs and colourful stones. Friends abroad will also appreciate a little taste or the romance and history embodied in Celtic inspired jewellery. A ladies wool kilt in a family or country tartan are popular this time of year , from cute tartan mini-kilts and bodices popular on both the catwalk and the high street to more traditional hostess kilts there are many styles to choose from. Tartan is a design that is perpetually popular so these lovely skirts can be worn each year. A tartan scarf is a lovely gift adding a cosy layer and cheer to any outfit. For younger members of the party a kids kilt or tartan dress which start at very small sizes is a fantastic gift which little ones will wear with pride and excitement with having their own tartan item. A traditional Scottish gift is a lovely present for people outside of Scotland too, particularly those who have enjoyed a visit to Scotland , have Scottish roots or have married a Scot. If you’re looking for something a bit different and steeped in tradition a Quaich presented alongside a bottle of fine Scottish whisky makes for a superb gift. Quaichs are traditional Scottish drinking vessel perfect for New Year’s Eve toasts and ideal if buying a present for a couple to be married in the coming year. Quaichs also look great as ornaments when not in use.