Must-Read: Gifts For Her
With Thanksgiving in the rear view, it’s time for the next thing coming up, and that’s Christmas. The thing about Christmas is that, if you’re in a relationship, you can very well mess this up. There are a whole lot of gifts out there that you might very well think she’s going to be into, but when she opens up that box and you see her face drop with exhaustion and annoyance, you know that you have done messed up. It’s important, then, to make sure that what you’re going to get is going to wow her.
And so today we’re heading on over to Esquire where they have a list of 10 gifts that you can buy for her and that she will certainly be very into these selections. Among the things that they are suggesting for you guys in order to get your ladies:
A Cozy Cardigan
A shawl cardigan is a winter must for keeping warm and looking good. This one looks especially great in a free-flowing cut and chevron textured knit.
The Right Pajamas
Every woman needs luxe French pajamas that perfectly balance continental sophistication with a wearable, cozy feel.
A Versatile Jacket
With its asymmetrical zippers, flower petal print, and stretchy material, this jacket works at the gym or on the streets.
So head on over to the link above to check out the rest of the gifts, as well as the specific ones that they suggest, and know full well that your lady is going to like that you’re doing this.
Here is another article related to the subject: https://www.tsbmag.com/2014/07/22/when-she-wants-you-to-buy-her-gifts/
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About Rick Mosely Rick is the editor for TSB magazine.