Easter gift guide: Beautiful spring buys for everyone on your list

Zoe Gunn

22 March 2021

Treat your nearest and dearest to luxury gifts in bright new-season hues this Easter

22 March 2021 | Zoe Gunn

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Gifting extravagant chocolate eggs is all well and good come Easter Sunday but, after a year of separation from your loved ones, any excuse to treat them to something a little more permanent is a good one right now. From fine jewellery and great style finds for the adults to chic toys for kids and colourful accessories to brighten up any home, read on for our guide to the best luxury gifts for Easter 2021 – all rendered in cheerful pastel hues guaranteed to put a smile on their face.

The best Easter gifts for her

Gucci oversized sunglasses, £252, farfetch.com; La D de Dior Précieuse à Secret RoseDior watch in pink gold with sapphires, tsavorites and diamonds, POA, dior.com; Aspinal of London Mayfair midi bag, £595, aspinaloflondon.com; Sandy Leong x Gemfields twisted hoop earrings with emeralds, £4,440, sandyleongjewelry.com; Faithfull The Brand + Net Sustain Alberte midi dress, £279, net-a-porter.com

Pretty pastels are a spring staple and, when it comes to Easter gifting, there are plenty to choose from. Faithfull The Brand’s shirred linen dress is the kind of universally-flattering piece she’ll wear week-in-week-out until autumn (and it pairs brilliantly with Gucci’s oversized sunglasses and Aspinal’s elegant cornflower blue Mayfair bag). Pushing the boat out? These fine jewels from Sandy Leong x Gemfields and Dior are some of the best of the new season.

The best Easter gifts for him

Eleventy short-sleeve sweater, £231, farfetch.com; Ruinart Blanc de Blancs champagne, £65, clos19.com; Urban Ears Luma true wireless ear buds, £79.99, selfridges.com; Mr P Eco Edition Larry sneakers, £225, mrporter.com; Piaget Polo Automatic 42mm watch, £11,400, mrporter.com

While we’re strong advocates for colour on men (Eleventy’s sunshine-hued knitted sweater is flattering on almost every skin tone), we know many prefer to save their brights for accessories only. Piaget’s Polo Automatic watch, with its teal dial, is a great alternative to more traditional navy and black designs, while Urban Ears’ matching ear buds set themselves apart from the crowd. Buying for someone who really shuns spring shades? You can’t go wrong with a bottle of Ruinart Blanc de Blancs or Mr P’s new sustainable sneakers made from Vegea, a grape-skin ‘leather’.

The best Easter gifts for kids

Kiko + GG Gakki instruments, £44, libertylondon.com; Alex & Alexa Campamento cardigan, £70, alexandalexa.com; Janod scooter balance bike, £89.95, harrods.com; Biscuiteers Easter chick letterbox biscuit, £9.95, harveynichols.com; Meri Meri bunny baby bonnet, £24, selfridges.com

No parent needs telling twice that allowing kids access to endless chocolate Easter eggs can end in disaster. For Easter 2021, stylish wooden toys make a great alternative and no child is going to feel snubbed should they receive Janod’s balance bike or Kiko + GG’s instruments. Parents, meanwhile, will love Meri Meri’s adorable bunny bonnet for newborns and Alex & Alexa’s sunny cardigan – both suitable for boys and girls – while, if you really can’t resist offering up something sweet, Bicuiteer’s letterbox-friendly iced biscuit is a chocolate alternative that’s as pretty as a picture.

The best Easter gifts for the home

Oka Claudette table lamp, £250, oka.com; Alexandra Llewellyn Palm backgammon set, £5,200, alexandrallewellyn.com; Ottolinger espresso cups, £175 for four, ssense.com; Normann Copenhagen Tivoli vase, £107, yoox.com; Your London Florist Easter wreath, £150, selfridges.com

Spring is the perfect time to introduce some colour into your (or a lucky recipient’s) home but you needn't invest in a major design overhaul; a few well chosen accessories can do the job just as well. Oka’s romantic table lamp and Normann Copenhagen’s centrepiece of a vase will lift any table, while a traditional Easter wreath by Your London Florist is ideal for dipping a toe into interior colours temporarily. Alternatively, we can think of few chicer ways to wile away Easter Sunday than sipping coffee from Ottolinger’s hand-painted espresso cups over a game of backgammon. Alexandra Llewellyn’s marquetry boards set the bar.

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