Music, of course. It all starts from the music. An iTunes or Spotify voucher will always be welcome, depending on what device your gift recipient uses. As will a subscription to Country Music Magazine. Or the new Chris Stapleton album “From a Room: Volume 2” is on most people’s lists.

But – as my drawers overflow with non-musical country related paraphernalia I’ve treated myself too – I realise that country music fandom often spills into a whole lifestyle. Even, unfittingly, for a British city girl.

So, here’s some inspiration; gifts you’re very welcome to wrap up for me or, if you insist, the other country fans in your life.

For Homebodies


Bespoke Letterpress Prints, from £25, Hooksmith  |  Cactus Vase, £10,  |  Favourite Song Soundwave, £30,

For Foodies


‘Country Music’s Greatest Eats’ cookbook, £17.37,  |  ‘The Southern Vegetarian’ cookbook, £15.99, Waterstones  |  BBQ Sauce Kit, £9.99, Lakleand

For Fashionistas


Vintage Inspired Collar Tips, £15,  |  Fringe Western t-shirt, £80, House of Holland  |  Cactus Necklace, £8.25,

For Jet Setters


American Football Toiletry Bag, £24.99, |  16l Cactus Print Backpack, £90, Eastpak  |  Cowboy Hat Can (carry case), £43.50,

For Students


Rodeo Desktop Accessories, £8, Paperchase  |  12 Cactus Notecards, £12,  |  Neon Sign maker, £9.99,

For Drinkers


Whisky Baubles, The Drink Shop ,£29.89  |  Copper Hip Flask with Shot Glasses, ASOS, £15  |  Whisky Blocks, Oliver Bonas, £15

For Little Ones


Wooden Guitar aged 3+, £22, Mothercare  |  Cowboy Cupcake Kit, £11,   |  Baby Cowboy Outfit, £26,

Happy Christmas shopping…. What’s on your list that I should add to mine?


P.s. The pictured glass cowboy boot Christmas tree decoration is £7 from Paperchase.