Christmas List Ideas for the Francophiles in Your Life

Christmas List Ideas: Know someone who is obsessed with Paris or all things French? Here are a few of my favorite things for the Francophile’s on your Christmas list this year. There is something for every budget and I have included the descriptions directly from their websites. Simply click on the image to go directly to their site for more information on where to order these delights:


Milk Soap

Mistral’s Petit French Soap

Like fresh sprinkled baby powder, this delicate and gentile scent for dry and sensitive skin…made in Provence. $3.50 per bar.

201110-a-francomania-creme-bruleeCrème Brûlèe

Dessert in a Jar: Petaluma, California–based Rob Waddell sells the silky dessert in three flavors. You’ll need to blowtorch the top to get a restaurant-style crackly crust.($40 for six 4-oz jars;


At La Maison du Chocolat every creation is a delight! From chocolate ganache to dark chocolate bars: a La Maison du Chocolat boutique is the perfect place for those who want to buy luxury French chocolate. Hat box gift assortment $100.


Kasia Dietz’s Canvas Totes are inspired by prints designed by Kasia’s mom in the 70’s, more recently evolving into her own individual style. Each canvas bag is hand-painted, resulting in a unique piece of wearable art, reversing to reveal another one-of-a-kind creation. List price 75 €.


Mont Blanc’s Princess Grace watch has a silhouette and classical beauty reminiscent of similar traits embodied by Gracia Patricia. The symbol of the rose petal in the form of a pink sapphire teardrop adorns the dial and also serves as a marker for the 6 o’clock position. The brand’s symbol appears as a mother-of-pearl inlay on the crown. List price $3,215.

All of the photos and descriptions were taken directly from the vendors’ websites. The Weekend In Paris did not receive any compensation for providing you with this list. Happy shopping!


  • angloadventure
    Posted at 14:31h, 14 December Reply

    Great list. Especially the watch. French macaroons would be a good gift for Francophiles.

  • Kristen S.
    Posted at 21:32h, 12 December Reply

    A talented friend of mine does beautiful photography prints of Paris–I hope you don’t mind the additional suggestion. You can browse at

    • Weekend In Paris
      Posted at 07:28h, 13 December Reply

      Dear Kristen,

      I don’t mind posting this message. Your friend is very talented. If your friend wants to advertise on my site, they can be in touch via email.


  • Anne Brent
    Posted at 16:14h, 12 December Reply

    Chocolate is one of the four food groups (along with wine, coffee and cheese). Next stop, La Maison du Chocolat!

    • Weekend In Paris
      Posted at 19:14h, 12 December Reply

      Dear Anne,

      I totally agree with you! La Maison du Chocolat is heaven and ships to the US which is even better. I can get my fix in between times in Paris.


  • Leah Travels (@L_e_a_h)
    Posted at 07:37h, 12 December Reply

    I’ll take that Mont Blanc watch–so very pretty.

    • Weekend In Paris
      Posted at 07:43h, 12 December Reply

      See, I offered the $3.50 soap, but the gals always want the watch…LOL, thanks so much for taking the time to comment and I hope Santa is good to you and thinks Mont Blanc!

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