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Lindsey’s Holiday Gift Guide

Towel Warmer  

My least favorite part of the seasons changing is the chill that comes over my house. The heat is never enough to keep me warm, so when I step out of my steaming shower, the thing I desire most is a warm towel, so the towel warmer resides at the top of my list this year. 

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Sweat Sets 

Matching sweat sets are IN. These sets are comfy and adorable and can be worn anywhere. They could be a go-to travel fit or a casual outfit to wear to school to look cute and put together while also being comfortable.   

 

Winter Jacket  

This winter is supposed to be brutal, so prepare your loved ones by buying them a nice winter jacket to keep them warm. A fashionable, warm jacket can really elevate your look for the season, making it a perfect gift for someone you love. 

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A Good Pair of Jeans 

A good pair of jeans – hard to come by, but the best thing to have. A good pair of jeans can be LIFE-CHANGING. A pair of jeans that looks great and feels great is essential to every wardrobe and a perfect item to add to your wish list.  

 

Fashionable Sneakers 

Versatile shoes are a must have for the holidays this year. Everyone could use a quality pair of sneakers that they can wear casually, or with a dressier fit. This gift can be used for anyone in your life, making it a great go-to. 

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Jewelry  

Whether it’s a necklace, rings, earrings, or bracelets, jewelry can be the perfect gift for anyone in your life. You can get something classy for your significant other, a cute set of earrings for a friend, a personalized necklace for your mom – the possibilities are endless! 

 

Athletic Joggers 

Another comfy item you can buy for a Christmas gift is a good pair of athletic joggers. Everyone loves sweatpants, and joggers are just a step up. You can spring for a nicer pair from Lululemon, or go with an Amazon dupe that can be just as good.  

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Lindsey Dettloff, Co-Editor-in-Chief
Lindsey Dettloff is one of three Editors-in-Chief of The Print. She is an expert in all things grammar and is in charge of running the newspaper’s social media. In addition to The Print, Lindsey is the President of the Student Government Association, a Pep Squad ambassador, a member of the academic team, and is a three-season varsity athlete. This summer, she was a summer camp counselor at the Arena Club and spent lots of her time with her friends and family at the beach. She loves to write satirical pieces so she can make people laugh, and feature pieces to spread community news. Lindsey loves joking around with her journalism classmates and can’t wait for a fun and successful year! 
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