Our Editors Know a Good Gift When They See One—These Burberry Items Are It

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Is it just me, or does the holiday season roll up on us out of nowhere? Just when I'm settling into fall, I wake up to a 30-degree morning and immediately feel behind on holiday preparation. There are gifts to buy, flights to book, and outfits to coordinate for far too many occasions. And because I refuse to be stressed during a time that should be celebratory, I'm tapping three of our editors to give me the 411 on the items to gift and wear this season. Spoiler alert: Their picks are perfect and can all be shopped from the same place: Burberry.

If there's one thing my colleagues all have in common, it's their love for this iconic fashion house. The brand is defined by collections that are both timeless and on-trend, which are two things I always look for in a gift. From iconic scarves to buzzy metallic bags, the pieces below are the best on the market. So whether you're stumped on gift ideas or looking for a little fashion inspiration, these are the 20 items to know this holiday season.


"I take gift giving very seriously. As an editor, I feel a certain responsibility to pick the very best and most personal gifts for everyone on my list, which can be difficult year after year. Luckily, I've narrowed it down to one category that's guaranteed to impress. Small, more affordably priced accessories from luxury fashion brands like Burberry are always winners, especially if the recipients rarely splurge on themselves. Think sunglasses, cardholders, keychains, caps, belts, and of course, jewelry. Bonus points if the logo or brand name is visible.

"To be honest, I'm not really the type to get into holiday dressing. I typically prefer to stick with classic, mostly black pieces that I can wear all year long. But the spring 2023 runways really got me hooked on metallic ready-to-wear pieces and accessories, spurring my newfound interest in going all out during the holidays in high-shine silver and gold. Specifically, I'm excited to break out the silver edition of Burberry's Lola bag and the matching cardholder once party season kicks off. I'm also on a big tights kick, so expect plenty of minidresses and skirts paired with trench coats, sheer tights, and Burberry's Leather Slingback Pumps."


"When it comes to gifts, I'm good at listening to my friends and family for ideas in the months leading up to the holidays. If they mention something that they like, I'm writing it down. Whether it's a flight somewhere or an accessory that they've been eyeing, I'm pretty good at remembering it. Burberry is the perfect spot because it has something for everyone—myself included. (You can't blame me!) I love that it has a combination of new, edgier pieces and the classics. And no matter what I give to someone, I know they'll cherish it forever."


"As my family's resident fashion expert, my gifts have become pretty predictable over the years. Whether I'm gifting shoes, handbags, or clothes, my family has come to expect an item from the fashion category, so every year, I try to level up and make each gift better than the last. This time around, I'm stepping my game up and heading to Burberry for timeless pieces that fit everyone's personal style. Every piece looks and feels luxurious, so it's difficult to choose just one special item. Even for the pickiest people on my list, I know there's a standout style at Burberry that will make them ooh and ahh.

"When we enter the colder months, my style tends to err on the classic side with staple knits and outerwear as the major focus. Because my looks are mostly neutral or monochromatic, I love using Burberry's pieces to add a pop of color or a little bit of flair. The iconic Burberry print guarantees an element of elegance, which is perfect for the formal evenings that often come with the holiday season."

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Natalie Gray Herder
Editor, Branded Content

Natalie Gray Herder is an Editor on the branded content team at Who What Wear. Originally from Los Angeles, Natalie decided to make the move to NYC after graduating from Loyola Marymount University in 2019. She is an avid researcher, reader, and explorer in and out of the office. She is inspired by the street style of her fellow New Yorkers and her laid-back roots in California.