My three beautiful teen/young adult nieces helped me create a list of cool, asperational holiday gifts:
- iPad mini with pencils
- Anything Lulumon.
- Revlon Salon One Hair Dryer and Volumizer.
- Hoola Bronzer
- Aviator Nation Rainbow Stripe Sweatpants
- Golden Goose sneakers
- Converse Limited sneakers
- Anything Brandy Melville.
- Doc Martens
- Sam Coats
- Cute beaded bracelet
- Tiffany’s Color Splash necklace
- Tiffany Heart Tag charm
- Naadam Cashmere V-Neck Pullover Sweater
- The Comfy sweatshirt blanket.
- AirPod case
- I’ve got the Orolay coat and love it.
- A cellphone purse
12 thoughts on “Gift Guide 2020 #6 – Teen Girls”
I have to recommend this covid stuffie from Giant Microbes (they also have other viruses & organs)
yes, it’s a very cute virus. I’ve always thought ebola was ugly.
I sometimes get fancy box kits. There’s a really good Italian one that my family loves that contains almost everything to make tiramisu.
(You can get it cheaper elsewhere.)
My bad–it looks like that’s a 2 box set. That is a good price.
Dried lavender is also nice and giftable.
You can use it for tea, lemonade, baking, syrup, baths, put in sachets and stick in a drawer, whatever you like.
I’m about to have a cup of lavender tea right now.
Dried rose petals are also nice, but I haven’t been able to find a good source.
Rose jam is also good.
I may be veering into “nice gifts for middle-aged ladies, though.”
$170 for sweat pants? LOL.
Yeah. I wasn’t sure about that one either, but the girls say that it’s cool.
But are they at all likely to get them? I was amused by your >$150 sweater/sweats items (though, I guess, a cashmere sweater is special). I have been eyeing items at Johnny Was, and though I adore embroidery and bright prints, have been unable to justify buying items >$200.
BTW, I did buy their 3 pack of embroidered masks for $30 (10/mask) and they are beautiful: https://www.johnnywas.com/masks/embroidered-masks-pack-of-3-black.html
I guess the sweatpants are a “limited edition” item (“newest Aviator Nation drop “). My kiddo had a friend who had hired another friend to use bots to search for Supreme drops, buy, and then resell items (in middle school!). The hired friend wrote the software, no capital needed. But the first friend was running a business requiring investment and risk, assumption though, because the kid had to buy the item for resale (and, be able to resell). He wore the clothing, too, which provided some risk mitigation. I think he started with a generous birthday fund (of the kind well off kids with well off grandparents get).
Hmh, now your click brought me to this, “wearable blanket sweatshirt”: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B087JP4ZJC/ and I am completely tempted. Spouse and son have big parka jackets (the Surf-fur brand: https://www.surf-fur.com/). Spouse got it because he’s been swimming at an outdoor pool and wears it there. With this blanket, I wouldn’t try to convince my son to lend me his when I try to hang out outside, maybe.
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