If you were around last year, you may remember my grandmillennial holiday guide. This year I have decided to split the guide in two parts, grandmillennial holiday decor and the gift guide for the grandmillennial.
Before we jump in, if you need a refresher on grandmillennial style, this post will give you all the in depth details. For the short version, grandmillennial style came from interior design and combines traditional decor style, think grandma, with more modern, or millennial, touches. It has, however, gone beyond decor and become more of a lifestyle.
The style has really spoken to me, and I think it’s a favorite of many of you too! Without further ado, here is the grandmillennial gift guide sure to give you some ideas for your loved ones, or maybe your own wishlist!
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Grandmillennial Gift Guide
Bow tray: Perfect to gift on its own or with jewelry or bath products. It comes in four colors so you can pick their favorite.
Wonderland Coffee Table book: I don’t think I could put together a gift guide and not include a coffee table book. This is a newer one featuring designer Summer Thornton’s gorgeous interiors. It’s on my list for sure.
Floral pouch: This gorgeous floral and striped pouch would be great as a makeup bag or to organize items for travel.
Scalloped bath towel set: This would be a lovely gift for anyone, but I think it would be especially nice for someone who is moving or has moved recently. It comes in four color ways and each piece can be purchased separately if you prefer.
Lake Pajamas: I bought a pair of Lake Pajamas over the summer during one of their sales, and now I get the hype. The Pima cotton is thick so you feel well covered, but doesn’t feel too hot if you’re a warm sleeper. They also come in the prettiest color combinations.
Pat McGrath x Bridgerton lipstick: Okay, the packaging might be the reason this lipstick made the list, but it is a lovely formula too.
Floral embroidered headband: Hair accessories are a girl’s best friend. This pretty headband would match a lot in a pastel lover’s wardrobe.
Floral Sherpa pullover: An item from my own closet. This pullover is as cute as it is warm and also comes in pink.
Faux fur lined slippers: Slippers are always a good idea. You can combine them with the pajamas for a sleep set, or you could use them as part of an at home spa gift basket. Just add a candle and some skincare or bath goodies!
Cameo earrings: I’ve showcased some pieces from this line of grandmillennial jewelry before. These cameo earrings in Wedgewood blue would be a treat for any grandmillennial.