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Top 5 Holiday Gifts for your Girlfriend

Nov 29, 2012

The holidays can be a stressful time. But, deciding what to get your girlfriend doesn’t have to be hard! Whether she’s a diva or an athlete, she is sure to love one of these great gifts!

No. 5: iPod Speakers

iHM62 Rechargeable Color Changing Mini Speakers, $49iHM62 Rechargeable Color Changing Mini Speakers, $49

Who doesn’t love a good dance party? Give your girl the gift of music with the iHM62 Rechargeable Color Changing Mini Speakers. These mini speakers offer size-defying sound with cool color changing LED lights. 

No. 4: Digital Picture Frame

Dynex Digital Picture Frame, $49
 

A digital picture frame will let your girlfriend displays hundreds of photos at a time, so she doesn’t have to choose just one!

No. 3: iPhone Case

PINK Soft iPhone Case, $14.50
 

Girls change cellphone cases as often as they change their clothes! Pick out a unique case that will remind her of you. We recommend the soft cases from PINK.

No. 2: Pajamas

Old Navy Flannel Pajamas, $12
 

Make sure your lady is comfy the next time you curl up for a movie with a soft pair of flannel pajamas.  We recommend the red tartan ones from Old Navy.

No. 1: Mani/Pedi

Manicure/Pedicure
 

You can buy or treat your girlfriend to a day at the spa with a gift certificate for a manicure and pedicure. If you don’t know where to go, ask an older woman like a mom or aunt. They will be sure to point you in the right direction.

Have Your Say

What are you getting your girlfriend this season? Let us know! 

 

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