The Ultimate Gift Guide for the Millennial Minimalist
Millennials are all about keeping it simple this year with sleek home accents, elegant accessories, and understated color (Millennial Pink, anyone?). Click through for 10 holiday gifts that were simply made for the Gen Z minimalist.
Ban.do Odeme Gold Oval Flask ($36): So unassuming, yet so fancy. Taking a swig out of this gilded flask will make the drinker feel like a million bucks (even though you only dropped less than $40).
Artifact Uprising Volumes ($19-39): A personalized photo album your friend can actually flip through is truly a novelty in the age of Instagramming everything. Upload photos from your phone to create a basic book or an upgraded option.
Of a Kind Granite Drop Earrings ($85): You definitely won't be dropping the ball if you gift your fave gal an elegant accessory she can wear everywhere.
Shhh Silk Single Pink Silk Monogrammed Pillowcase ($94): Luxurious bedding is adulting #goals. Plus the soft pink is totally on-trend.
Pocketo Drink Rocks Set ($38): Ice cubes are so 2016. The hostess with the mostest will appreciate a super-cool alternative to frozen H20 that will up her cocktail party game.
Cuyana Heart Pouch ($95): For the bestie who's always there for your heart-to-hearts, show your love with an adorable pouch.
Le Creuset French Press ($68): Just the sight of this rosy-hued beauty will perk up anyone who can't even until their first cup of coffee.
Austin Down to Earth 14K Rose Gold Filled Freshwater Pearl Necklace ($35): Nothing says minimalist chic like a versatile necklace that your pal can pair with a simple white tee or an LBD.
Rabbit RBT Bottle Opener ($45): Hello, happy hour. Whoever you get this for will look oh-so-savvy cracking open a cold one.
Lipstick Queen Sugar Spice and All Things Nice Trio ($45): The shades in this universally flattering set can be worn alone or over her go-to shade, so she can easily match her pout to her mood.
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