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Millennials are the worst to shop for, amirite? So finding the perfect gifts for them is daunting because 1) they’re never satisfied and 2) when they want something, they immediately go out and buy it themselves. I know this because I am a millennial. That's how I know you can’t go wrong with something useful, like an Our Place Pan ($150) that does it all or the Moccamaster Coffee Brewer ($339) that will really up their morning. Not really their vibe? No worries. Consider treating the millennial in your life to some self-care in the form of a Bearaby weighted blanket ($199) or Filorga’s super-hydrating face mask ($14). Still not quite right? Just have a 30-something do the curating for you (ahem, that would be me), via this list of 54 best gifts for millennials they’re sure to love.
PureWow editors (many of whom are millennials themselves) recommended products they’ve actually used and love. They also attend market appointments throughout the year, searching for the most innovative products that make life easier and more fun. And, of course, they’ve kept tabs on all the year’s viral trends.
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Comfortable doesn’t always have to mean your rattiest t-shirt and high school gym sweatpants. Aerie’s matching sweatsuits and pajamas are gifts for millennials that are sure to be a hit. Soft, relaxed, but still put-together enough to run to the grocery store for some last-minute ice cream. Though sold separately, you can buy the cropped sweatshirt and high-waisted joggers as a matching set. Each one is available in six colors, including honey, frost and blue. The bottoms get bonus points for mega pockets.
From $55; $33 at Aerie
Yes, the belt bag is everywhere, and yes, it’s probably from Lululemon. The brand’s Everywhere Belt Bag comes in two iterations, a one- and two- liter. Play it safe for the over-packers and slide the larger version under the tree. There are 16 colors to choose from, including blue, burgundy, apricot and black. The fabric is water repellent and interior pockets keep everything organized.
$48 at Lululemon
Got a friend who loves the ‘90s blowout but can’t be bothered to juggle a round brush and a hair dryer? The Drybar Double Shot Blow-Dryer Brush solves that problem. The two-in-one tool promises a shiny, voluminous hairdo for all hair types and textures. Buyers have praised the manageable size, ease of use and frizz-conquering abilities.
$155 at Sephora
For the guy in his “cozy-flannel-live-in-Maine” phase of life, why not pick him up a pair of Birkenstock’s popular Boston clogs? The anatomically correct cork footbed will provide hours of comfort and mold to his feet over time. The shoes also have a raised toe bar and deep heel cup to help with the distribution of body weight. (Because, you know, we’re reaching that time of life where everything is starting to…hurt.)
$142 at Zappos
One of the best ways to try a bunch of new beauty products is Sephora’s advent calendar. Included are 27 sample- and full- sized products, ranging from Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz to Drunk Elephant Protini Polypeptide Cream and Smashbox Photo Finish Smooth & Blur Oil-Free Foundation Primer. Trust us, your friend will have a hard time unpacking only one product a day leading up to Christmas.
$99 at Sephora
The early adopter on your list will love leaning in to the Metaverse with a virtual reality headset. They can use it to play games, virtually attend concerts and sporting events and whatever else happens in this brave new world. A big plus is the easy install—the giftee just opens the box, sets it up with a smartphone app and jumps into VR.
$299 at Amazon
Jenni Kayne
We’ll admit it: the cult-favorite Jenni Kayne Cocoon Cardigan is a splurge. But, if two PureWow editors are singing its praises, you know it has to live up to the hype—and price tag. "I keep it slung around the back of my desk chair for when I get cold while working, and it's my go-to layer whenever I'm traveling because it goes with pretty much everything," says PureWow beauty director Jenny Jin. Commerce editor Olivia Dubyak also attests that she has literally worn it for months on end. What’s to love? 100 percent Mongolian cashmere, tons of colors, oversized fit and resistance to pilling. Dressed up or down, one thing’s for sure: It’ll be permanently in their wardrobe rotation.
$495 at Jenni Kayne
In Good Taste
“I love that this lets me enjoy a glass of wine with less waste and fresher wine,” says  PureWow’s social content lead Emily Brozyna. There are several curated flights to choose from, like the popular (and often sold-out) French Tasting Kit, the White Wine Lovers flight, Wild Child 8 Pack and Vine Voyage.
$65 at In Good Taste
“I'm a 40-ounce Stanley Tumbler girl for life,” Dubyak says. “From the enticing color drops to the ease of the sturdy handle to carry around, the hype is real. There's just something about the make and style of the Stanley tumblers that make you want to drink more and more water. After griping about the prices then trying mine for himself, my husband agrees, and so does his navy tumbler.”
$45 at Amazon
Best Buy
Have a Millennial friend who’s a gym rat? Google’s newest gadget has all the bells and whistles one would expect to help him perfect his workout regimen. Aside from tracking metrics like activity, workout duration and calories, the watch is also water resistant up to 164 feet, with WIFI and Bluetooth capabilities.
$350 at Best Buy  
“One you taste Graza’s premium olive oil, you’ll never go back to the supermarket stuff again,” proclaims PureWow food editor Taryn Pire. The brand, which launched last year, creates its olive oil in Sierra de Cazorla, Spain, and currently offers two renditions: Drizzle and Sizzle. “This vibrant (seriously—it’s neon green, thanks to higher levels of chlorophyll retained during pressing) oil is made from young olives that are harvested during the first week of October,” Pire writes of the former. Meanwhile, Sizzle is pressed from peak-season December olives and is a great choice for cooking oil.
$37 at Graza
“I once bought [this] for someone for Christmas and it was a hit,” says PureWow’s assistant entertainment editor Nakeisha Campbell. “I love that it's affordable, too.” For the friend who is juggling all. The. Apple products. This is a must-have gift. The charging station is compatible with the iPhone 11 onwards and the Apple Watch SE and up. It will also charge second- and third- gen Air Pods. Other features to love: Lightweight, foldable, non-slip, case-friendly and quick (full charge in about three hours).
$30 at Amazon
This bestselling style has an extra-wide waistband that smoothes the figure, as well as a design that has no center seam—so no more camel toe. Order one size up from your giftee's usual size to capture the ultra-snuggly millennial vibe.
$98 at Spanx
Urban Outfitters
Millennials have mastered the WFH game and this folding bed tray makes the experience that much easier. There's a drawer for a few office supplies and a panel that adjusts to three angles to comfortably position a laptop for typing or Zooming from bed. And if your giftee doesn't feel like doing any work, it's an equally charming brunch-in-bed tray.
$49 at Urban Outfitters
Luckily, this cold brew coffee maker lets the caffeine-dependent millennial on your list make the good stuff with barely a pause in their WFH lifestyle. Just add fresh ground coffee and filtered water and let it steep for 12 to 24 hours in the fridge before pressing and pouring into a glass. Bonus: The whole contraption is dishwasher safe, which is necessary for getting rid of all those tiny coffee grinds.
$20; $19 at Amazon
Stress and anxiety are two things most 30-somethings know all too well. One simple way to help them deal? With a weighted blanket. The density creates physical pressure on the body and can increase the release of serotonin (aka the happy chemical) in the brain for a calming effect. This Bearaby style is our top pick because it happens to look more like a chic woven throw, instead of a drab quilt.
From $199 at Bearaby
Butcher Box
Your meat-eating (and sports fan) friend will be drooling over this Butcher Box. It’s got everything one would need for an epic game-day feast, including pulled pork, bacon, chicken strips and three pounds of chicken wings. Just make sure you score an invitation to the event.
$129 at Butcher Box
For the friend that likes to bed rot, make sure they look fab doing it. HAH’s sustainable and stylish pajamas are made from recycled materials. With piping, a notched collar and pockets, the silky material makes for a luxurious experience, whether they’re lighting candles on self-care Sunday or are hosting pajama party.
From $248 at HAH
The Cold Cork
Tepid wine? No thanks. Enter: The Cold Cork. “It’s perfect for when you don’t have the time or the refrigerator space to chill it in advance,” Brozyna says. The claim to fame is that the cork can chill your wine by 20 degrees in 20 seconds. When not using, store in the freezer so it’s always on standby.
$65 at The Cold Cork
The TikTok styling videos of this multi-use styling tool are both hypnotic and inspirational. Newly reengineered to be curled in both directions using the same barrel, this splurge-but-worth-it set includes six tools in one. There are soft and firm smoothing brushes, a round volumizing brush, a smoothing dryer, and 1.2- and 1.6-inch long curling barrels—as well as a handsome storage box that has status appeal on your bathroom countertop, and a travel pouch. You don’t even need to know how to use traditional hair tools—the Dyson motor attracts and wraps hair, using only air.
Our Place
“This skillet strikes the ideal balance between aesthetics, quality and versatility…and it actually fits in the cabinets of my petite Brooklyn kitchen,” writes PureWow senior food editor Katherine Gillen. “The ceramic coating is nontoxic and scratch-resistant—don’t stress too much if you accidentally go at it with a metal spatula—and wipes clean with little effort. And yes, it holds up to its nonstick claims; I’ve made many a fried egg with great success. And since the skillet is made of cast aluminum, it conducts heat quickly and evenly.”
$150 at Our Place
One of the best gifts for millennials trying to nail their signature scent? Macy’s fragrance sampler—it’s got 16 of the most popular men’s perfumes, like Givenchy Gentleman Society, Ralph Lauren Polo Red, Versace Eros and Burberry Hero. Don’t be surprised if your guy finds just what he’s looking for from this roundup.
$30; $26 at Macy’s
Even those who aren’t natural gardeners will find it easy to care for a philodendron. Before long, the vines will start growing in a pretty cascade over the edge of the gorgeous pot (your choice in five chic matte colors). Yup, it’s basically a decor piece too.
$49 at Bloomscape
First there was jade rolling. Then Gua Sha became the next big thing. Now, it’s all about lymphatic drainage. Get them into the trendy self-care ritual with this kit that includes a dry brush, Aura stone and body serum and oil that seeks to detoxify, soothe skin and release tension from head to toe. It’s self-care on a whole new level—just the way millennials like it.
$150 at Credo
Maybe they have a dream of going to the World Pizza Games. (Yeah, that’s a real thing.) Maybe they’re just obsessed with the perfect pie. Either way, you’re doing yourself a favor by gifting them the Ninja 8-in-1 Pizza Oven for Christmas. This contraption officially makes them the designated host of all future get-togethers. True to its name, the oven has many functions: pizza, max roast, specialty roast, broil, bake, smoker, dehydrate and keep warm. It promises pizza in a whopping three minutes and can also cook a 12-pound turkey or prime rib, nine-pound pork shoulder, sheet pan meal or 8-by-11 casserole. So, basically this is the only cooking appliance they’ll ever need.
$400; $350 at Amazon
A Dyson cordless vacuum might be the popular choice, but this option from Tineco is half the price and cleans twice as well. Don’t believe us? Read this glowing review of a similar Tineco model. Our favorite details? The polished blue-and-white color scheme and the genius app integration.
$290 at Amazon
Blue Bottle Coffee
Blue Bottle coffee shops are only in a handful of cities around the U.S. and Asia, but anyone can get their delicious beans—from espresso to single origin to decaf—sent straight to their door. Opt for the weekly or monthly subscription options that can be customized based on what they want, how much they drink and how often they'd like it to arrive.
From $21 at Blue Bottle Coffee
Wild One
This one’s for all the dog moms and dads who put just as much thought into their pup’s aesthetic as their own. Wild One’s walk kits come with everything you need for a fashionable stroll around the block: a matching collar and leash, plus a poop bag holder, which comes in 12 crowd-pleasing colors (yes, millennial pink is one of them).
$105; $98 at Wild One
“I'm loving the Sephora gift sets that give multiple brands like this lip gift set,” says PureWow associate editor Chelsea Candelario. Inside this good box is a six-piece collection of lipstick, gloss, liner and plumper that’ll give you a gorgeous pout. Brands include Charlotte Tillbury, Rare Beauty and Glossier.
$45 at Sephora
Urban Outfitters
Baby Boomers had Polaroid cameras, and millennials have this Fujifilm smartphone printer. It sounds like exactly what it is: a mini printer that connects to your phone via Bluetooth and almost instantly pops out the photos you wish to print. That means you’ll get iPhone quality pics, ready to hang on the fridge.
$150 at Urban Outfitters
One of the best gifts for millennials is inarguably Béis’ beloved weekender bag. “Visually, the bag has everything I look for in a travel accessory, by which I mean it’s totally minimal and timeless,” says PureWow’s wellness director Sarah Stiefvater. “I chose the black color since I exclusively wear black while traveling (and while not traveling, honestly), but it’s also available in beige, gray and navy. It’s sleek and no-frills. The real selling point, in my opinion, is the spacious zippered compartment at the bottom of the bag, which is perfect for storing shoes, toiletry bags or even laundry.”
$108 at Béis
Whoever thought workout equipment could be a status symbol? These one-pound bangles are beloved by fitness influencers including Melissa Wood for their comfortable fit around ankles and wrists. Plus, they’re actually pretty to look at.
$45 at QVC
Just looking at this oversized flannel hoodie gives us all the cozy vibes. Though lightweight, don’t be deceived. The breathable fabric is super soft and keeps you warm. It has a kangaroo pocket with a phone sleeve inside, plus thumbholes and an elastic zipper pull that becomes a hair tie in a pinch.
$118 at lululemon
Slippers are the new footwear of choice for shuffling around the house during the workday. And they make great gifts, because everyone could use a cozy treat as cold weather approaches. These ones feature ultra-cozy fleece on the inside and outside, plus a super grippy slip-proof sole.
$48; $39 at Zappos
Garden with Ron Finley. Train Fido with Brandon McMillan. Play poker with Phil Ivey. Write thrillers with Dan Brown. Dive into creativity with Anna Wintour. This is the best gift for millennials who want to be a polymath. With courses ranging from cooking to personal development, beauty and interior design, one thing’s for sure. They’ll never be bored.
$120/year at MasterClass
Best believe your giftee will enjoy quiet nights at home until the weather breaks, learning to knit and finishing a scarf while they are Netflix-binging.
$91 at Amazon
Have you ever tried to use a regular koozie on a slim can? Yeah, it doesn’t work too well. But this slim can insulator from YETI fits perfectly to keep that hard seltzer ice cold until the last drop. Consider this to be one stocking stuffer that will definitely garner an, “oooh, cool!” response.
$25 at Yeti
“The Moccamaster drip coffee machine makes an incredible holiday gift for any coffee aficionado, new homeowner or sibling who’s tired of their Keurig machine,” says PureWow’s director of affiliate strategy, Pam Masin. “It's known for brewing a high-quality cup of joe, but it's also extremely easy to use, brews up to ten cups of coffee in under five minutes and is aesthetically pleasing to look at. Plus, it comes in 20 different colors, from butter yellow to pistachio.”
$339 at Amazon
We all know a skincare holdout who’s still washing their face with a bar of soap in the shower. Well, Versed makes an approachable beginner’s skincare kit that’ll have even the skeptics scrambling to get on the train. The Refreshed and Ready Skin Essentials feature a cleansing balm, gel cream and cooling globe for a two-step nighttime routine that’ll leave them feeling refreshed. The cleansing balm is packed with vitamin E to preserve the skin’s natural moisture, while removing stubborn makeup and sunscreen. The gel cream contains soothing aloe leaf juice and green tea extract, while the cooling globe aids in de-puffing.
$20 at Target 
The New York Times bestselling author of An American in Provence is back with her sophomore book, The Flowers of Provence. Filled with lush photographs of the French countryside, Jamie Beck’s latest creation takes you on a wonderous journey filled with the region’s most dazzling flora, from the rose fields of Grasse to private gardens and still life images that evoke the Dutch masters. There are also tutorials on flower preserving and arranging. “A complete must-have for any floral lover, whether you enjoy the art of arranging or just want an eye-catching coffee table book,” says PureWow associate SEO editor Marissa Wu.
$25 at Amazon
“This jacket is durable and made from a sturdy cotton/poly twill that feels like it could withstand a lot of wear and tear, but it’s also insulated so it’ll make for a great layering piece in the winter,” says PureWow assistant editor Delia Curtis, who often wears men’s clothes. “If you go oversized, it’s got a wonderful structure to pair with a comfy hoodie. I especially love the quilted inside.”
$70 at Amazon
Rishi Tea & Botanicals
Not everyone starts their morning with a cup of joe. Wu can’t stop raving about Rishi Tea after having tried the brand’s Earl Grey, which is thus far the best she’s ever had. The tea lover in your life is sure to swoon over this one-pound sampler of loose-leaf teas: turmeric ginger, hibiscus elderberry, bergamot rose and cinnamon tulsi spice. It also includes a glass teapot (with a strainer!). Rishi’s teas are certified organic and kosher.
$75 at Rishi Tea & Botanicals
The Good Patch
Wrinkles, meet your match. The Good Patch’s latest lineup of wellness patches include the At Ease Duo: Un-Wrinkle and Relax. Over 12 hours, the patches release ingredients like aloe, peptides, ceramides, vitamin B and calcium, all while being infused with passionflower, sodium hyaluronate and ashwagandha. Fatigue and wrinkles, begone.
$27; $25 at The Good Patch
The days of Super Nintendo were simpler times, back when we played Mario Kart for hours on end and mom supplied the Bagel Bites. While a few of us still have that vintage gaming system, the timeless game is even more fun to play on Nintendo’s newest and trendiest device, Nintendo Switch. We think it’s because of the high-tech screen and super clear graphics. We call dibs on Baby Mario.
$60; $51 at Amazon
“I used to be obsessed with candy when I was younger but can’t stomach the sugar now. Recently, I tried Blobs and now I have a new favorite gummy,” Wu says. Take one look at the nutrition facts, and it’s evident that if you’re going to eat candy, Blobs should be it. Each pack has just two grams of sugar, seven grams of carbs and 50 calories. Their secret is allulose, a low-calorie sweetener that is about 70 percent as sweet as table sugar with a similar taste. (It’s also FDA approved.) Available flavors include orange-peach, pineapple-passionfruit and pomegranate-apple
$21 at Blobs
Crate & Barrel
Consider this one of the best gifts for millennials who are always in the kitchen and are ready to give up their flaking non-stick cookware. This 10-piece KitchenAid set is five-ply stainless steel, meaning it’s super sturdy and heats evenly. Plus, the stock pot and saucepans have interior measurement markings, making it easy to toss in ingredients without using an extra measuring cup. The pans are dishwasher safe and oven-safe up to 500 degrees.
$500 at Crate & Barrel  
We all have a friend whose purse certifies them as a bona-fide Mary Poppins. Three types of sunscreen? Check. Extra sweater? You can borrow it. Acne patch? Got you. Naturally, they need a bag to hold it all, because it’s time to ditch that ratty Shakespeare & Co. tote they bought while studying abroad 15 years ago. Enter: Milaner’s The Travel Elena Woven Handbag. “The craftsmanship is impeccable and the brand works with luxury French and Italian artisans to create made-to-order pieces, with a focus on minimal waste in the production process,” Wu says. Another buyer called it “the epitome of quiet luxury” and we must agree. The super-roomy tote has a cotton-lined interior with two generous pockets and a magnetic top closure.
$590 at Milaner
Sundays are for R&R and we dare say any Millennial would appreicate a good, hydrating face mask. Filorga’s Time-Filler Mask is utterly decadent. “It’s literally dripping in wrinkle-fighting serum (read: collagen and peptides) that left my skin feeling so refreshed and glowy. Plus, the rose-bergamot scent was amazing,” Wu says. Her favorite way to use the mask: Let it sit for the recommended time (about 15 minutes), then use the PMD Wave Pro’s infuse mode to help the skin soak up every last drop of serum.
$14 at Amazon
“Esther Perel is the soothing, insightful voice of our generation and this card game from the world-famous relationship therapist is the ultimate group or couples activity for this cohort that's too old for drinking games but still wants to have a good time,” says PureWow executive editor Alexia Dellner. “The rules are simple: You just pick up a card and ask the question written on the card to the other players. But what happens next is where the magic is—be prepared to hear stories from your BFF that you’ve never heard before and keep a box of tissues handy. Some questions are funny (“a rule I secretly like to break is…”) and others profound (“a dream I've never shared…”), but always interesting. Highly recommend gifting this to your friend or partner, and then playing it!”
$40 at Amazon
“We millennials love our candles (and any excuse to shop sustainably). That’s why I’m loving this new candle brand boojee,” says PureWow’s senior commerce editor Stephanie Maida. “Their starter kit is perfect for gifting: It comes with a reusable ceramic vessel and two wax candles of your choice. Once they’re set with the vessel, your recipient can then buy refills of the candles themselves, which is a way more economical (and eco-friendly) method if they’re always lighting them in their home. Plus, the candle scents themselves are great!”
$70 at boojee
OK, these might not be Loro Pianas, but classic boat shoes still proclaim, “I spend summers on Martha’s Vineyard!” Sperrys add instant prep to any outfit, and a classic pair will elevate everything from khakis to shorts. These are available in seven colors, four widths and 21 sizes with the brand’s 360-degree laces that allow him to adjust the fit. Plus, the light EVA foam midsole provides shock absorption. Comfortable and classy? Yes, please.
$110 at Sperry
Blue Mercury
“For millennials looking for a non invasive, Botox-free skincare regimen that targets wrinkles and fine lines, I love Ourself’s Filler Un-Jection Duo Set,” Dellner says. “The serum and eye cream feel so good and moisturizing and just glide on. They also do some amazing lip glosses that I always get complimented on when I wear them! Yes, they’re pricey but for real results, it’s worth the price tag.”
$295 at Blue Mercury
Clementine Sleepwear
For the friend who loves sleep and also needs to protect and/or doesn’t want to mess up their hair, one of the best gifts for millennials is this bonnet from Clementine Sleepwear. Crafted from 100 percent organic, 6A mulberry silk (aka the best out there), the fabric is GOTS and OEKO-TEX certified and uses non-toxic dyes. The bonnet has an adjustable strap to accommodate different head shapes and sizes.
$86 at Clementine sleepwear
He’s ready to ditch cargo shorts and flip flops. (Bless.) Help the guy in your life level up his look without sacrificing comfort with a pair of the ultra-popular lululemon ABC pants. “Apparently, the comfort level of the pants is off the charts, due to the tech fabrics like Warpstreme, a Japanese-loomed polyester that stretches like yoga pants but looks like nice heavy cotton, and Utilitech, a poly-cotton stretch blend,” writes PureWow senior editor Dana Dickey. They come in ten sleek, neutral colors, including navy, trench, obsidian and army green. Pockets and a silver accent button at the waist polish off the look.
$128 at lululemon
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