6 gift ideas for those who are always late
This article was meant to be posted weeks ago, but here we are on December 23, 2021: even after two years of pandemic, and so much time to think about Christmas gifts, my delivery service hasn’t been fully completed. However, I am sure I’m not the only one who still has to see a few friends to give them something cool (respecting social distancing, of course).
That said, maybe you’ll need a few days more to find the objects on this list, but I’m sure your loved ones won’t be disappointed even if you deliver them after December 25.
So if you’re late, like I am, here are 6 ideas to avoid racking your brains to find the perfect gift for everyone.
For those who love Mariah, but would be happy to give a Rockabilly twist to the repertoire. The Brian Setzer Orchestra – Christmas Rocks!, The Best Of Collection (CD, $16.02)
A unisex blend of sweet notes and woody accords that recalls a crackling fire on a winter morning. Maison Margiela, By The Fireplace Eau de Toilette (30ml, $72; 100ml, 135)
These wireless earbuds perform well in different situations: they will make music lovers and smart workaholics very happy. Skullcandy Dime True Wireless in-Ear Earbuds [Golden Red] ($25.99)
For readers and food lovers: David Page writes about the people and the stories behind America’s favorite dishes. David Page, Food Americana, Mango Ed. ($18.95)
Remember the Roaring 20s? No? If you were not there, you can live them again by drinking this organic black tea, with natural flavors of cinnamon, cardamom, orange peels and licorice. Kusmi Tea Paris, Tsarevna Organic Black Tea (120gr, $28)
Here he is, the “superhero of the month”: Spider-Man. If your friends enjoyed the new Marvel film (No Way Home), you can give them the gingerbread version to keep them company during the holidays. Funko Pop! Marvel: Gingerbread Spier-Man ($20)