Tis the season to my jolly and extra special to bae. Now that it’s past Black Friday, you’re festering about what to get your girl. She’s hinted a thing or two here, but if she’s like me, I say I want it all.
“Look at this painting! I want it.”
“These sneakers are so cool! I want it.”
“Kevin bought his girl this. I want it.”
“This is the hottest brand right now. I want it.”
Fear not my fellow champs. Here’s how you can #KeepWinning and dodge a Kylie-Tyga breakup for the season of giving by copping the hottest holiday gifts.
People call this what they want (hoverboard, scooter, segway), but either way you’re guaranteed to break necks when you fly down the city. Don’t wait too long (also don’t refuse to get off when TSA asks you to hop off) because Christmas is the perfect time to get one of these bad boys ($400).
Cold air means ashy skin and cracked textures, but with LUSH’s new Icing on the Cake ($9.95) body conditioner you won’t need to worry. With a tropical, sweet scent, the almond milk, softening soya cream, cocoa butter, and almond oil bring together a collection of the finest materials that will keeps skin looking fresh. Looking for a shower scrub? The Salt and Peppermint Bark ($12.95) not only embodies christmas colors, but also leaves skin with a silky feeling. For stressful nights, The Magic of Christmas Bubble Wand ($9.95) adds a flair of spice to the tub. It’s reusable so maybe you can hop in and enjoy the frothiness together.
If you’re a walk-in, walk-out dude, then grab a Secret Santa box ($18.95), which includes a strawberry scented Peeping Santa bubble bar (prepare for a ton of bubbles!) and a Dashing Santa bath bomb for a refreshing soak.
What could be better than a Kardashian signature piece added to your winter wardrobe? Every girl needs a giant fluffy coat ($250) paired with a skin-tight cut-out dress ($115) for the upcoming holiday party when she gathers with her former high school friends. Nothing says “I’m better than you” than this entire collection of K clothing. My personal favorite: the printed crop top ($85) and skirt ($85).
While Quay Sunglasses ended up on everyone’s face, Gentle Monster takes front page with its mirrored lenses and sleek frames. Ever so slowly, this Korean brand begins appearing in American retailers such as Nordstrom. Look familiar? Maybe you’ve seen pieces on Fashion Blogger Aimee song, Singer Jojo or YouTube Fashionista Jenn Im.
The highly anticipated eyeshadow palette ($58) will break the internet similar to a Yeezy Boost release. Stefani collaborated with the beauty company for a 15-shade collection. UD designed 12 colors exclusively for this palette and added three signature colors. To impress your girl, buy this as soon as it comes out (Nov. 22 on UrbanDecay.com, Dec. 1 on Sephora.com) as it’s guaranteed to sell out with no re-stocks before Christmas.
While the queen’s album remains delayed, her art direction with PUMA stays intact as RiRi restocks and adds new colorways to her collection of shoes ($120). Fashion experts deem the footwear a “staple piece” that pairs well with casual outfits.