Stocking stuffers are arguably the most fun to be had when it comes to gifting: you can go wild with knick-knacks, gag gifts, and thoughtful little budget items. Here, 15 ideas that look like small gestures, but will be the game-changers they never knew they needed in their life.
A real twofer: a notebook to store all your feelings OR a fancy piece of art to post up by your computer monitor.
Reef Notebook, $16; poketo.com.
A faux-fur phone jacket because *look at it*.
Skinnydip Faux Fur iPhone 6 Case, $24; asos.com.
Eye candy for your feet.
Topshop Floral Ankle Socks, $6; topshop.com.
Key word: instant. For the matcha latte enthusiast who's not so into blowing her paycheck on mid-day Starbucks runs.
Instant Green Latte, $5; muji.us.com.
Okay, okay, maybe you've played your "candle" card one too many years in a row. But this one is seriously beautiful and will make any cramped apartment smell like the great outdoors (AKA heavenly juniper and pine).
Winter Rose and Pine Botanical Candle, $28; rosyrings.com.
Because science says shots taste better when they're served out of shiny decanters.
Disco Ball Tumbler, $10 for one and $35 for four; bando.com.
Like a relaxation Tazo tea in spray form, to de-stress the light sleepers in your life.
This Works Deep Slip Pillow Spray, $29; amazon.com.
Being subtle is overrated, so get your "it's five o'clock somewhere" happy hour pal a flask she'll actually want to tote around.
Odeme Oval Flask, $32; ingodwetrust.com.
A gag gift that's perfect for the aspiring cat lady (who's really only emotionally prepared to handle house plants right now).
Cuddly Kitten Chia Pet, $26; urbanoutfitters.com.
For your glass-ceiling-busting bestie.
Word for Word Pin, $13; tictail.com.
For the ones who somehow always lose their keys in the depths of a bottomless bag (it's monogrammable, too—huzzah).
Leather Tassle Keychain, $55; cuyana.com.
A chic vodka bottle that looks just as good on the top shelf as it tastes.
Chambord Black Raspberry Vodka, $24; liquorama.com.