Gifts To Buy Millennials This Christmas
Or just treats to buy yourself.
Whether you’re a millennial yourself who is in serious need of some inspo as to what you’re going to ask for this Christmas, or have someone in mind that you need to buy for, we’re coming through with the ultimate gift guide.
From an actually very much appreciated gift card to one or two high street picks that'll look great on Insta, a gift or two from this list wouldn't be the worst thing to happen to you ever.
So go ahead and get writing that wish list, because we’ve got you covered:
Feminists Don't Wear Pink
Whether someone calls themselves a feminist or not, this book should be required reading. Scarlett Curtis has collated a series of essays from her favourite humans, as they discuss everything from their own experiences with feminism to what the word ‘feminist’ means to them. A must read to say the least. Amazon, £7.99.
Gift someone the feeling of pure joy this Christmas, because that’s exactly what Netflix brings to the table. Whether they’re a Riverdale fan or more into binge watching Making A Murderer season two, you can’t go wrong really. Netflix gift cards are available at most supermarkets.
Urban Decay Palette
There’s a reason why this palette appears in approximately thousands of gift guides this year, and that’s because it’s the answer to any makeup fanatics dreams. It’s the newest addition to the Urban Decay family, so expect for it to sell out in the run-up to the big day. Urban Decay, £42.
Who doesn’t enjoy wearing a cosy hoodie when it’s so cold outside you want to cry a little? And yes, while you can probably get something similar in Primark for a fraction of the price, this Carhartt one is going to last a lifetime. Carhartt, £65.
GHD smart straightener
Featuring ground-breaking new technology, the GHD platinum+ straightener responds to you hair type and adapts accordingly. So that means no more singed ends and weird marks from a too high heat setting. Praise the hair gods. GHD, £175.
Sonix phone case
These Sonix phone cases are the perfect accessory to jazz up an otherwise boring looking iPhone. Glitter, gummy bears or floral, if you can’t find one you to buy for a significant other here then just give up on Christmas shopping altogether. Sonix, $35.
Ready to win serious brownie points? The gift of Apple TV might just win you family member of the year, what with it being the portal to watching literally any series or film ever. Also it means no more pesky cables, which is a bonus. Apple, £149.
Lucy Williams x Missoma For Men
The men’s jewellery trend is only getting bigger, so a piece from Lucy William’s collection wouldn’t go a miss for the modern man in your life this Christmas. If it’s gold you’re after then hop over to the women’s section, because jewellery really knows no gender. Missoma, prices vary.
Dyson Airwrap Styler
Straight from the future, or space, the new Dyson Airwrap styler would make the ultimate gift. Sure, it may be £400, but have you seen what it can do?! It’s a multi-functional tool, with a quick change of adapters it can curl, style and dry your hair. A dream, basically. £399.99, Dyson.
Aldi Scented Candle
We know that a candle from a supermarket may not seem like the most glam gift ever, but honestly who doesn’t enjoy a well scented room? Also it’s worth noting that these bad boys smell the same as their high end equivalent, so it’d be a crime not to make the most of this opportunity. £4.99, Aldi.
If you’re after a gift that will quite literally stand the test of time, then a Sandqvist backpack should do the trick. It’s super durable and functional, and made out of a water resistant EcoMade polyster, so it really does tick all of the boxes. £129, Sandqvist.
Uber gift card
Imagine the excitement of realising you don’t have to pay for that Uber you’ve just ordered at 1am… Well you could gift that exact feeling! Go on, be the Santa to the millennial in your life. Just make sure they live in an Uber area first, to be safe.