The holidays are all about food and quality family time, but the shopping part can often prove to be a nightmare.
There’s no getting around the fact that presents are on the back of everyone’s mind right now, which is why, to save you the hassle and stress, we’ve come up with a series of specially curated guides on what exactly you should be buying. We’ll be rolling out everything from toys to clothes over the coming weeks, allowing you to complete your holiday shopping from the cozy comfort of home.
This guide only features products under $25. Whether you’re out of ideas, out of cash, or just plain lazy these gift ideas won’t break the bank: Perfect for those secret Santa draws in work or that family member you simply don’t care about (we’re kidding).
12.5″ x 12.5″ album frame
Some people listen to vinyl, others collect records because they look nice. Whatever your reason is, these album frames will help you brighten up the walls in your home.
Playboi Carti LP
So, you just bought someone the album frame above, now you need something to go in it. Pick up Playboi Carti’s debut LP on vinyl at Urban Outfitters and enjoy some of his hits like “Magnolia” and “wokeuplikethis*” while looking up at your wall of records.
Thrasher playing cards
You can never go wrong with a deck of playing cards, especially when they’re Thrasher branded and only cost $20.
Junya Watanabe loops badge
Any self-respecting denim jacket owner will have patches on their jacket. Take your patch game to a new level with this Junya Watanabe number.
Tom Dixon etch the clipper
This strainer from Tom Dixon is made of stainless steel and will have even the staunchest of tea connoisseurs craving a cuppa.
Big Shots: Polaroids
Hip-hop history from the late 1990s to the present is captured through informal polaroid portraiture and immortalized in Phillip Leeds’s book, making it perfect for the music connoisseur’s coffee table.
Jason Markk moso inserts
These Jason Marrk moso inserts naturally absorb odor so your sneakers will stay fresh on the inside and outside.
Used Future UFU big logo socks
2017 was truly the year of “orange is the new black,” and we’re not talking about the Netflix show. Seoul based Used Future utilizes both colors on its UFU Big Logo socks in a bold, simple aesthetic.