For the fashionista in your life, consider giving her a subscription to the Trunk Club. She can get a rotation of high quality apparel and shoes on a monthly or seasonal basis. The first step is to initiate membership and set up a style profile. She will have the option to consult with a stylist and pre-approve the items before they ship. When the Trunk Club box arrives, she can try on the garments and decide whether or not to purchase them. Wardrobe staples include denim, sneakers, sweaters, and outerwear and range from $40 to $300. Nordstrom backs all inventory. Each trunk has a styling fee of $25.
Most experience events, if not all, should also have you included in the initial cost. It’s not much of an experience if they don’t have someone to go with, and if you’re a best friend or sibling, you know them intimately enough to get something they’ll truly, deeply enjoy. That’s an experience that they’ll want to share with you. The biggest mistake that experience day shoppers make, is not including themselves and running into financial problems. Just understand those experience days, on average, don’t include the cost of transit, tolls, food, drink, etc.
Here’s a great list of gag stocking stuffers that won’t break the bank. Carry on the tradition of having them open stocking stuffers that will confuse, dumbfound, or make them laugh with this oddball assortment of gifts all for a Hamilton or less. Choose from such profound items as the vengeful narwhal, a dispenser that supplies emergency underpants, and sandwich bags that make it look like your sandwich is wearing a disguise.
Most women will hint about things when it gets close to their birthday or a holiday. The hint may not always be about a specific item, but may also indicate how she is feeling or how much she feels comfortable about you spending. No matter what she is saying- listen! It’ll make gift shopping easier and ensures you’re getting her something she wants.
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Not sure what to get the wellness seekers in your life? You can't go wrong with Moon Juice’s cult-favorite Moon Dusts with this sampler pack, which includes two tea bag–like packets of the California–based brand's six best-selling edible “dusts.” Can’t sleep on planes? Stir in the dream dust to your favorite tea or a glass of warm milk before boarding. Suffering from jet-lag? Stir the brain and power dust into a smoothie; both are loaded with ingredients that support mental clarity, alertness, and energy.
They’re more about having activity-specific clothing. Patagonia jackets, hiking pants, functional clothing like altimeter watches; these are the sort of thing they’re looking for. Even if you haven’t joined him out on the trail, or taken a camping trip with him, it’s a part of who he is, and how he spends his weekends. Getting something with the great wilderness in mind is going to really resonate with him.
You work with the guy, you want to get something nice, but you just don’t know where to go. One of the main reasons to get a restaurant gift card is to tell them, “You deserve a night off, so this one’s on me.” There’s a little bit of careful planning that should go into it, though. Depending on your relationship with this guy, you’ll know a few basic details, like what city or town they live in, or what’s along the road on the way to, or coming back from work. The last thing you want is to get a gift card to a restaurant that’s going to be out of their way; you’re trying to make it convenient for them to get a meal essentially for free, so look at what’s along the way. This is a simple gift card to grab that doesn’t take too much knowledge, but buyer beware: try to get a feel for any possible allergies before you send them out for lobster.
John Willis Hulme founded his leather-goods company in St. Paul, Minnesota in 1905, and today the brand is still making its products—which all come with a lifetime guarantee—in America. This Editor Brief can fit a 15-inch laptop along with other daily essentials. The detachable shoulder strap is handy, but you can also treat it like a briefcase and use the sturdy handles to carry the full-grain leather bag.