At Christmas time, I love ease. I love being able to pick up my gifts from one place, in one go and to make it as simple as possible. You want Christmas to be fun, to be enjoyable and sometimes present buying can be quite the opposite. It's busy, it's stressful and I always find you come back with nothing that you needed. In fact, I went shopping last weekend and all I came back with was a jar of Nutella. How? My mind is blown, but there's just something about it that I don't like.
I love Very.co.uk. I've been a fan of the site and brand for so long. If you've been reading this little space on the internet for a while then you'll know that it's popped up quite a few times since the beginning. It's a site that I feel sells basically everything and that's why, for me, it's my go-to hub for Christmas. Whether it's just to browse and get ideas on what to buy my mum, brother, grandma, best friend or secret santa or to actually do a bulk order and purchase all of my Christmas gifts - it's just there and is always where I go.
The campaign in the video goes along with this. It shows how great the site is and how easy it is to find what you're looking for. I mean I'm not talking miracles, it won't necessarily find the perfect gift for that uber difficult person you struggle to buy for year on year - I mean it could, but it's more giving you the idea that the gifts will almost find you, instead of you finding them. If you've purchased from Very.co.uk before then you'll know how easy to use the site is and how simple the delivery process is. The customer service is great and that's always something I look for. I mean, I experience a lot to do with customer service in my line of work and so I always really appreciate it when I experience something great within a company, and that's coming from personal experience.
Whether your looking for something to wear for your Christmas party, or gifts for your friends and family then Very.co.uk is the perfect place to start your hunt. Internet shopping is ideal for Christmas and I don't quite know what I'd do without it.
*Post sponsored by Very but as always all views are my own