She's written her Christmas wish list, dropped lots of hints and been good all year, so why not spoil her with something she'll really want to find in her Xmas stocking?

Here's a selection of gift ideas to steer you in the right direction and ensure goodwill to all men this festive season.

Not only will she love these sweet little cups and saucers, she'll also like the pretty hat box they come in! Tea For Two from the Fleur range is £14 from Whittard.

Spa lovers can escape to the ultimate secluded retreat without having to travel too far - all they have to do is flick through the lavish pages of The Spa List, the definitive guide book to the best spas in the UK. It's £18.99 from the AA.

Whether she's a fitness fanatic or just likes the look of workout gear, a lightweight silver kit bag won't languish in the cupboard. It's £20 by Pineapple.

Light up her life with a gorgeous Tea with the Queen candle, fragranced with the regal aroma of Devon violets mingled with fresh Darjeeling tea. The English Eccentrics candle is £24 from the St Eval Candle Company.

If your little princess has already bought herself the new Apple iPod Nano, she'll now be needing a stylish holder for it. Try the iPod Nano case, £25 from Radley.

The best things in life come in small packages, like a chandelier earrings set with luscious coloured gemstones. Sterling silver Rainbow Chandelier Earrings, £32.75 from QVC.

Is she dreaming of a white Christmas? Grant her wish with White Patchouli, the exotic new fragrance by Tom Ford. The White Patchouli collection, priced from £38, is available nationwide from all good department stores.

Give your lady a little pick-me-up with the Skin Care Express from Darphin. She'll find three treats - Aromatic Renewing Balm, Vitalbalm and a travel size Lifting and Firming Eye Serum - inside the gold vanity case. The set costs £48.

Why not make a personalised present? A Montage memoboard (45 x 45cm) takes up to 20 photos. It's £99.95 including design, four magnets of your choice and courier charges, from The Bespoke Gift Company.

By Sam Wylie-Harris