Even if the person isn’t necessarily a fitness “freak,” we, I mean they, still love a good amount of cute workout gear. I definitely have my days when I’m decked out in yoga apparel all day (for my 1 hour class at 6:00pm), but why change twice in one day when the outfit is actually kinda cute? So with that mentality in mind, don’t shy away from gifting someone who isn’t a marathon runner, for example, some awesome exercise equipment. I know I’d happily accept more yoga pants any day! Happy shopping!
Shopping for you man should be fun! Except, it’s not. They are [secretly] pickier than us in regards to clothing, electronic gifts must be the correct brand (aka the best quality for it’s purpose), and they don’t usually vocalize anything they want. At least, my man doesn’t. For us (Paul & myself) it’s this fun game of mind reading or just me purchasing things I think he wants/needs. I guess I should be grateful that he isn’t at all materialistic, but it does make gift-giving exceptionally harder than I’d like it to be. If you happen to have a guy who loves small luxuries, a nice designer item, or just seems overall appreciative of the effort, one of these gifts should suffice. If anyone can think of a gift for a man who has everything he “needs” and doesn’t want anything, please send them my way! Thanks!
Each year when I put my holiday gift guide(s) together, I try to take into consideration all budgets and price-ranges. There’s nothing worse than finding yourself in the under $100 category of a wish list and finding absolutely nothing of worth. See, I’m the queen of under $100. Most gifts that I die for are under $100–books, small home decor items, jewelry, beauty products…there’s really a ton of great options for that price range. Hopefully this list will make your life a little easier if you’re experiencing any of the above!