The best holiday gifts for millennials, picked by millennials

The best holiday gifts for millennials, picked by millennials

Looking for a go-to gift for the millennial in your life? Look no further. (Photo: Yahoo Lifestyle Illustration)

We’re #blessed to have millennials in our lives, but this group can be tough to shop for—ahead of the trends, with strong opinions on what they like (and even stronger thoughts on what’s lame). Still you’d love to surprise them with something awesome, as befits the season.

Syrinx Plush Weighted Blanket (Photo: Amazon)

Millennials are super-stressed. What better gift can you give them than a good night’s sleep? This year’s MVP to the rescue: the weighted blanket. It’s what Camille from New Jersey wants, after having tried one while sleeping at a friend’s: “It’s the deepest sleep I’ve experienced,” she says, “like an all-night perpetual hug.” This plush version from Syrinx is extra-Instagrammable.

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Cashmere slippers with a fur pom-pom? You deserve a pair too. (Photo: Amazon)

A sure win for the Netflix-and-chill generation? Super-comfy luxurious slippers. They’re probably not in the budget for most millennials, which, in our book, makes them an ideal present. Danielle from Boston says, “I would never buy fancy slippers for myself, but I always want a pair.” This pair knocks it out of the park, with cozy cashmere inside and out—and a furry adornment to up the cute factor.

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Pairs of earrings are so last century. Give this foursome for creative combining. (Photo: Anthropologie)

Artfully arranged piercings are the millennial version of the ankle tattoo—a little rebellious, but not something that would cause trouble at the office. Maggie, a tech pro, just got a third hole in each ear and says she “loves to combine dainty shapes for a light touch of edge and sparkle.” She says she never has enough tiny post earrings. No matter how many holes your recipient is sporting, this set of four offers a plethora of mix-and-match opportunities—and makes you seem like the coolest auntie / mom / friend on the planet. Bonus: It comes gorgeously packaged—ready to set under the tree.

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Next-level room diffusers, with flowers among the fragrance reeds. Brilliant. (Photo: Anthropologie)

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A sleek accessory that puts bottles in their place. (Photo: Amazon)

“I always have a few bottles on hand and no place for them,” says Lindsi from South Carolina. “I would love a nice wine rack.” Sounds like an investment, right? Looks like one too, but this modern brass rack—a piece of functional sculpture—is only $30 on Amazon. It turns a cluttered collection of randoms into a beautiful display, and instantly makes a room feel more grown-up. Great for any home decor style, any gender, and any wine preference. A home run.

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Inotka Rose Quartz Roller

This rose quartz roller is a beauty-editor favorite. Glide in an outward motion for a soothing massage that releases tension, promotes circulation, and just feels good. The pretty floral box will save you paper and time. Just add a bow and go.

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The eyes have it; and by “it,” we mean blue light protection, of course. (Photo: Anthropologie)

“I stare at a computer all day long and I know my eyesight is getting worse. I want a cool-looking pair of blue light glasses,” says Ty from Massachusetts. This is insider info on a problem so many millennials face—namely the damage caused by constant screen exposure. Those stuck at a desk all day will appreciate the fact that they don’t have to sacrifice their style game for corneal protection.

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