Who doesn’t love getting up in the morning and searching an advent calendar for that day’s door number before peeling it back to find a little treat to start of the day right. For most of us it’s a piece of chocolate or a cute little beauty product, but if like me you’re attempting to go on a diet or are sick and tired of overpriced, underwhelming beauty calendars you might be interested to see some of the alternative options available like this Pit Stop Sparkling Wine Advent Calendar £125, which also has a Wine option for £69.99, Beer for £74.99 or Gin for £99.99.
If you still want to have to get a chocolate Advent but want something a little different to the norm, you can get the Jessops Personalised Chocolate Advent for £9.99. Choose your favourite photo and peel back the daily doors to find 24 milk chocolate balls inside, or from £24.99 you can get Kinder Chocolates or Ferrero Rochers inside which come in two different sizes. For those of you who are massive Tea lovers to go alongside your chocolate treat (yes I’m suggesting still get a little chocolate advent) you can get a 25 day Tea Advent Calendar from Amazon for a bargain price of £10 with a selection of different flavours that are each repeated twice throughout the calendar.
If you’re looking for something for the man in your life you can get them a Grooming Advent Calendar. From Man’Stuff you can get a 12 Day Advent for £12 which includes pieces like shower gel, tweezers and face wash, but if you’re looking to splash out on them there is the 25 Day Advent from ASOS for £55 which includes 24 products and an ASOS discount code. With products from Elemis, Rituals and Carmex to name a few and laid out in a sleek looking box I think any man would be happen to join in the fun of the daily Advent opening.
If you’re looking for an Advent that the whole family can partake in I would suggest getting the Biscuiteers Advent Biscuit Tin for £48 (or invest in the limited edition cloth calendar) and get 24 individually iced by artists. If you have never tried the Biscuits from Biscuiteers you are definitely missing out, the care taken in every single individual biscuit is incredible and they taste lovely on top of that. In keeping with the food theme if you’re more of a savoury than sweet fan why not go for the Pringles 12 Day Advent for £7.99. You get 4 different flavours across the 12 days and they come in 40g tubs.
For something a little different and if you fancy starting your 12 day advent on the 25th December to shake things up why not go for the Popaball 12 Days Of Pimp Your Prosecco for £29.99. Popaball Bursting Bubbles and Prosecco Shimmer liven up your drink with new flavours or a splash of shimmer. And if you don’t drink Prosecco no worries as the Bursting Bubbles are perfect in gin or vodka or whatever your tipple choice may be. You can even use them in milkshakes or top them on your ice cream and desserts.
Finally as most bloggers seem to have an infinitive love for candles (whereas I’m always scared I’m going to burn the house down with them) I had to include the Yankee Candle Advent Wreath for £24.99. Containing 24 tea lights in six different Christmas scents including two brand new ones you’ll be in candle heaven with this advent calendar.
Personally I will still be getting a chocolate advent but I am considering getting an alternative one on the side, I’m finding myself strongly drawn to the Prosecco calendar although the price is a little bit steep so I’m currently having an internal fight over whether to get it. What advent will you be getting this year?