'Time is running out for guys and their bad gifts'..
this tag line made me chuckle!
'Ask her friends' is a website created to help men get the lady in their lives a great gift, as opposed to the panic buy, uninspired, last minute alternative (I've been at the receiving end!!). It's full of creative ideas, inspiration, and a lovely selection of potential purchases! And it caters for all budgets.
Check it out here
Want to know more? Here's some extra info!
> Ask Her Friends
> HER NEW ONLINE FATHER CHRISTMAS!
> Are you the girl with a Mulberry crush or Louboutin dream? How long has it been going on? Months? Years even? Bet he hasn't even noticed your relentless gushing over that perfect lookalike in Elle. Tired of constantly hinting to no effect? Log on and introduce him to AskHerFriends.com.
> A brand new, online gift-giving experience that helps guys finally get it right with your present this year, AskHerFriends uses social media to rally together those who know you best and turn them into his own personal team of advisers. It's simple, he signs up, chooses from a wide variety of gifts and experiences on offer and puts them into his Advice List, which is then sent via e-mail or Facebook to your friends. They can then rate and comment on his choices, thereby deciding which of them will make you squeal in excitement the most. He has the confidence that you'll love what he has chosen and you have the best Christmas ever.
> With beautiful, unique products from cool boutiques including Coulson Macleod, Two Trees and Flights of Nancy, AskHerFriends ensures that he has picked something truly special but it's more than just another online shopping service.
> AskHerFriends also helps spark inspiration with the Experts' Blog, featuring ideas and tips on gift-buying as well as stories about the best and worst presents ever received! Even if he's completely clueless, the Idea Map can guide his thoughts in the right direction.
> AskHerFriends is the creation of founder Ben Blomerley, who once bought an ex-girlfriend a worm farm, set up the site after one too many present faux-pas. At a complete loss of what to buy, he says: 'I started asking my girlfriend's mum and friends for their advice and they were really helpful. Then speaking to my mates, I came to realise that I wasn't the only one getting it wrong in the gifting department.' An AskHerFriends app and sister site, AskHisFriends are also in construction.