For Your Father-in-Law
Because all men love contraptions.
The Oeno Box ($98), momastore.com
(Photo: Cathy Crawford)
For the Anglophile
Born of the British military, a combination of stalwart and stylish.
Smart Turnout leather wallet ($80), redenvelope.com
(Courtesy of fredflare.com)
For Your (Female) Assistant
In support of chic organization.
Kate Spade 2013 desk calendar ($30), fredflare.com
(Courtesy of anthropologie.com)
For the Hostess
Forgo the wine for something a little more personal.
Chevron frame made of wood, bone and glass ($28), anthropologie.com
(Courtesy of gap.com)
For Your Son's Best Friend
On trend without being too trendy.
Gap camo tablet electronic case ($19), gap.com
(Courtesy of belstaff.com)
For the Man Who Likes Candles:
No man can argue with scents of absinthe, tobacco, whiskey, and patchouli.
Belstaff black absinthe candle ($110), belstaff.com
(Courtesy of landsend.com)
For Your Newly Employed Nephew:
A nice alternative to an actual tie.
Lands' End silver necktie bar ($39), landsend.com
(Courtesy of surlatable.com)
For Your Neighbor
In case you need to borrow it, of course.
Bodum Brazil french press coffee maker ($29.95), surlatable.com
(Courtesy of roxy.com)
For the Babysitter
Soft and gentle, as you'd expect them to treat your children.
Roxy hot cocoa slippers ($24), roxy.com
(Courtesy of apartment48.com )
For the Outdoorsy Type
Because everyone has that friend who needs to be at one with nature.
English hunting flask ($55), apartment48.com
(Courtesy of paulsmith.co.uk)
For the Literary Type
Shows you possess a certain taste level.
Paul Smith vintage multi-stripe pocket notebook ($23), paulsmith.co.uk
(Courtesy of cwonder.com)
For the No-Label "Friend"
A no-brainer, any-lady option.
C. Wonder triple coil gold bracelet ($38), cwonder.com
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