10 Outlander Stocking Stuffer Ideas!

Looking for 10 Outlander Christmas Stocking Stuffer Ideas for that special Sassenach or Jamie in your life? We have 10 ideas for you:

1. Sawny Snake

A perfect gift for any Heughan’s Heughligan, this is truly a piece to cherish! 

 

2. Claire's Ring

A replica of the wedding ring worn by Claire in the Outlander TV series (series one). This timeless piece is part of our official Outlander Collection, designed by Teresa Shearer in collaboration with Sony Pictures Consumer Products.

 

3. Fraser Neck Tie

We believe that everyone should own at least one tie, and what's better than a one from your favorite TV Series, Outlander

 

4. Outlander Arm Warmers

Our Outlander Arm Warmers are a must-have for any Outlander fan. Our knitwear is crafted in Scotland from a 100% Merino wool yarn with a historical look and feel.

 

5. Craigh na Dunn Scarf Ring

Based on the Craigh na Dun stone circle featured in the Outlander TV series, this official collection is designed by Teresa Shearer, in collaboration with Sony Pictures Consumer Products.

 

6. Outlander Knitted Cowl

Like our Outlander Arm Warmers, Our Outlander Knitted Cowls are a must-have for any Outlander fan. Our knitwear is crafted in Scotland from a 100% Merino wool yarn with a historical look and feel.

 

7. MacKenzie Bow Tie

We believe that everyone should own at least one bow tie, and what's better than one from your favorite TV Series, Outlander.

 

8. Outlander Umbrella

Don’t let the weather keep you from discovering your destiny!

 

9. Claire Fraser's Riding Gloves

These luxury leather gloves are an exact replica of the ones Claire wears to accompany Jamie to collect rent in the Outlander series. 

 

10. Fraser Lambswool Scarf

There is nothing better than the traditional feel and look of the Fraser Lambswool Scarf to protect your neck from the harshest winds of the Scottish Highlands!

 

What are your favorite Outlander products? Let us know :)


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