November 17, 2022
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We love the holidays. It’s a time to gather with family, sport festive reindeer-patterned knitwear, and—perhaps most importantly—gift a whole slew of people on your list something they love.
Now, if holiday shopping feels more anxiety-ridden than joy-inducing, worry not, Posties. We’ve rounded up 32 great gifts for anyone on your list. (And they’re all from Postscript customers, so be sure you sign up for their texts, too!)
Truly a pair of sock savants, the combed cotton styles from Comrad are not only cozy enough for padding around at home, but also a solid choice for traveling thanks to their compression benefits.
If photo family cards aren’t your vibe, it’s still nice to send some season’s greetings in the mail. Drop a funny one from Always Fits in the post, and you’ll definitely earn a spot on the fridge.
Any Apple Watch enthusiast knows the key to upping their wrist game is a Braxley Band. They’re insanely comfortable, lightweight, and washable—and available in dozens of colors and patterns.
Scents of Humor
Finding a favorite scent can be a lot of trial and error, which is why a bundle of soaps from Dr. Squatch lets your recipient find their new signature scent, or keep a few favorites in heavy shower rotation.
Can’t make it to a holiday soiree? Skipping Aunt Cathy’s Hanukkah party? Send something fancy in your place, like a lobster or caviar from All Fresh Seafood, to show gratitude for the invite.
Luxurious cookies do exist, and they’re handmade in small batches in Los Angeles at Last Crumb. The only way you can snag these is if you’re on their list (more exclusive than Santa’s tbh.)
Doesn’t matter what your drink of choice is, because it’ll fit in a Universal Frost Buddy— a perfect gift for campers, grillers, beach bums, and anyone who likes a cold bevvy on hand.
Honestly, Brooklinen? How dare you. As if it wasn’t hard enough to get out of bed in the morning. These bedding sets are truly the softest, straight-up greatest sheets we’ve ever slept on.
No one ever complains about getting body wash or lotion in their stocking, especially when it’s the good stuff from Native. The only issue is choosing from their selection of heavenly scents.
If the North Pole had an ecommerce store, we’re pretty sure it would be Wild Creek Co., your one-stop shop for everything from wooden blocks for preschoolers to whittling kits for pre-teens.
But First, Coffee
Know someone who takes coffee culture seriously? Get them a subscription to Death Wish Coffee, the world’s strongest cup, shipped to their door regularly so they never run out.
Happy shopping! And happy holidays, from all of us at Postscript!
Senior Manager of Content and Community
Laura is the Senior Content Marketing Manager at Postscript. She has spent the past decade working in ecommerce. When she isn't writing about her favorite topic (marketing) or listening to podcasts about her other favorite topic (ecommerce), she's hanging out with her two sons on an island off the coast of Maine.