Equal parts fashionable *and* functional.
From the phone accessories that keep your MVP fully charged (and looking chic, to boot) to the silent hair tools that keep you blow-out fresh, these futuristic tech gifts are destined for best-present-ever status.
iPhone X, $999
Earn the title of Best Gift Giver of All Time by giving the most coveted phone on the market right now—the iPhone X. Just make sure she tags you in every Instagram because, hey, you made that happen.
Skagen Hybrid Smartwatch T-Bar Rose Gold, $195
This sleek watch doesn't scream SMARTWATCH, but it most certainly is. Requiring no charging, this one syncs up to your phone to track your fitness and discreetly let you know when you have a new text or email.
Ban.do Phone Case, $32
Let 'em know what's up the second you look at your phone.
Plattan 2 Bluetooth Wireless Headphones, $99
For those days when we want every last one of our accessories to complement our outfits—but don't want to hassle with another broken cord. #HeadphoneHair for life.
Ringly Smart Bracelet, $125
This dreamy bracelet syncs with your phone to vibrate and light up when you receive notifications. It also features guided meditation for when you need to take a minute, along with fitness tracking for all those steps.
Google Home Mini, $49
Google Home just got a resize. The Google Home Mini works in much the same way as it's bigger brother, with voice commands that let's you sync up to your music library, schedule meetings, ask all the questions, and check in to tomorrow's flight home for New Year's Eve. Plus it comes in some three colors—and you can't beat the price.
Rebecca Minkoff Tassel Charger, $50
For the girl who can never find things at the bottom of her purse (AKA all of us), at least you won't lose this handy phone-charging cord again.
Because everything looks better in rose gold and there's nothing more stressful than having your phone die on a night out. P.S. It's made for sharing and can charge up to three phones at once.
Powerstation XXL, $100; mophie.com.
This camera prints out photos instantly, plus it comes with a pop-out collapsible lens and automatic flash that's perfect for low-light party situations.
Fujifilm Instax Mini 8 Camera, $70; urbanoutfitters.com.
Fitbit 'Alta' Wireless Fitness Tracker, $130
The weeklong battery life on this Fitbit is one less thing to worry about, and the push notifications it sends reminding you to exercise, take pills, and attend events are the ideal way to get into the New Year's swing (AKA no procrastinating, AKA a second mother).
Bose Soundlink Micro, $110
Finally a solution to the age-old problem: Should I risk ruining my electronics with humidity, or shower without music? It was a TOUGH choice.
Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer, $400
The beauty world flipped for the new noiseless hair dryer from Dyson and they haven't stopped talking about it yet. It dries hair in record time and shields hair from heat damage, so naturally, it'll be the trump card of all luxe presents this year.
Amazon Kindle Oasis, $250
Not only does the Kindle Oasis keep it simple with a black and white display for easy reading, but it also is waterproof and connects with Audible for audio books galore.
Not only does this handy gadget allow you to use outlets in 150 countries (globe-trotter alert), but it also looks like a Lego which is *awesome*.
4-in-1 Universal Travel Adapter, $25; flight001.com.