The holidays are just around the corner, which means that it's time to start holiday shopping. Maybe you have a gift exchange coming up and you're not sure who you'll have to shop for, however. Here are 35 gender-neutral gifts that anyone will love.
1. 69 Wolrd Wallet, $25
69 is an LA-based brand that defines itself as a “non-gender, non-demographic clothing line.” While the line is limited, you can find mostly collared button-downs and a whole lot of denim. This denim wallet, for example, is a perfect stocking stuffer.
2. Rad Hourani Jersey Turtle Neck, $416
Canadian designer Rad Hourani spent two years studying the human anatomy before coming up with his own gender-neutral line of clothes, which is made up of mostly neutral colors and is wearable for everyone. This jersey turtle neck, for example, will fit anyone comfortably.
3. VEEA Snow Button-Down Shirt, $120
VEEA is “high-end menswear fashion made to fit women" with an array of high-quality dress shirts in both loose and tailored fits. “No darts for shaping curves and bust , no cleavage, no weird tapering and no fake pockets.” Here's a nice button-down shirt for anyone of any gender.
4. Wildfang RVCA Brody Cardigan, $80
“We’re here to liberate menswear one bowtie at a time and we’re doing it ourselves because we want it done right,” reads the Wildfang website. Wildfang, which translates to “tomboy” in German, stands to “liberate menswear” by offering a wealth of button-downs, blazers, trousers and more that people of any gender can wear, too. This cardigan will keep anyone cozy.
5. One DNA Khaki Canvas Worker Jacket, $118
One DNA is a unisex brand offering everything from cashmere cowl neck sweaters to versatile tunics. These New York-made pieces are designed to be worn all year by “all genders, ages and races.” This canvas worker jacket is a solid pick.
6. Gender Free World Flannel, $71
The UK-based label Gender Free World's mission is to fit bodies in a way that high-street clothing does not. For example, the shirts, which the company prides itself on, are designed with a “gender neutral sensibility to fit body shape,” which means that they’ve got “a looser cut with left-over-right buttoning and a hidden bust button to avoid gaping in the chest area.” Here's a flannel for everyone.
7. Vintorio Wine Aerator Pourer, $15
People get plenty of bottles of wine for gifts during the holidays. So instead of gifting them another bottle, gift them this wine aerator to keep the wine they already have fresh instead.
For the travel guru in your life, this international world scratch-off map is a fun way to mark all the places they've been.
This 32-ounce water bottle with an infuser basket is a great gift for anyone looking to easily track their daily water intake and adopt a healthy hydration habit to increase their energy levels, facilitate weight loss, detox and feel overall rejuvenated.
10. The FinalStraw 2.0, $25
FinalStraw raised $1.8 million on Kickstarter for good reason. It's the world’s first collapsible straw — it's actually made of stainless steel that folds up in a small keychain case.
11. SKL Travel Yoga Mat, $27
For the traveling yogi, SKL’s travel yoga mat is an ideal gift. It weighs only 2.5 pounds and folds up into its own mini travel bag.
12. This Is Ground Cord Taco, $9
This Is Ground's cord tacos will tidy up tangled earbuds, USB cords and other wires. They're made of 100% premium leather, and they’re only 3.25 inches.
This essential oil diffuser can last for 10 hours (in low mist level) with a water tank capacity of 300ml. It has seven different calming light modes, as well, to amp the relaxing atmosphere.
14. VonShef Wine Bottle Rack, $19
VonShef's metal-brushed wine bottle rack can fit up to eight to 10 bottles. It's perfect to put on display in any living room, dining room or kitchen.
15. Game of Phones, $14
Game of Phones is a card game that brings smartphones into play. You all sit around and use apps, photo galleries and your smartphone’s web browser to find the weirdest, funniest and most unexpected responses to game prompts.
Who couldn't use an adult Snuggie in your life? This warm fleece blanket has sleeves.
The cocktail lover and wanna-be mixologist will love this personalized copper Moscow Mule mug.
Give the coffee addict the gift of an insulated mug they can take with them anywhere. It's 12 ounces and made of durable 18/8 pro-grade stainless steel construction to keep coffee warm for hours.
19. Prep Naturals Glass Food Containers, $38
These natural glass food containers are perfect for the person who preps their food for the week in advance, or for the person who loves to cook and always has leftovers.
20. Slate Stone Coaster Set, $15
These slate stone coasters are a simple gift for anyone who doesn't want to ruin their countertops or tables.
21. Veken Coffee & Spice Grinder, $17
For the coffee and spice fanatic, this electric grinder makes a wonderful gift.
22. TEANAGOO Tea Cup with Filter, $19
TEANAGOO's tea cup filter allows you to make fresh tea right in the mug through a filter that provides the densest flavor.
23. 1800 Flowers, Prices Vary
Send flowers through 1800 Flowers. You can pick out any bouqet for any occassion.
24. Edible Arrangements Fruit Basket, Prices Vary
Edible Arrangements will send a beautiful, delicious fruit basket to your gift recipient.
25. Eddie Bauer Sherpa Throw Blanket, $30
Your recipient can cozy up with a warm Sherpa throw blanket by the fire over the winter months.
26. ArtNaturals Himalayan Rock Salt Lamp, $25
Set the mood and clean the energy in the room with an ArtNaturals' Himalayan rock salt lamp.
27. Antique Wood Incense Ash Catcher, $10
This incense ash catcher is perfect for those who need to relax with some lavendar or vanilla incense. This one is handmade, too.
28. Rainbow Titanium Knife Set, $50
For the friend or family member who is always in the kitchen, a durable titanium knife set is a great gift.
29. Kindle, $65
For anyone who likes to read, you can't go wrong with the newest Kindle.
30. JUEYVING Foot Hammock, $13
Have someone in mind who travels a lot? Or perhaps even someone who sits at a desk all day at work. This foot hammock is great for airplanes or offices; it'll keep the gift recipient comfortable wherever they are.
31. Fresh Linen Scented Soy Candle, $15
You can never go wrong with candles, especially one with the scent of fresh linen. After all, who doesn't like the smell of clean laundry?
32. YETI Hopper M30 Cooler, $300
YETI's Hopper M30 Cooler is an ideal gift for the outdoor adventurer always whitewater rafting, river tubing, hitting the beach or going on long hikes that culminate with scenic picnics.
33. Beats Solo3, $300
Beats Solo3 headphones combine an acoustic platform, buffering ear cuffs and noise-canceling technology that provide immersive sound. They’ll last up to 40 hours, and they’re ergonomically designed to fit comfortably.
Eagle Creek’s Pack-It Cubes are lightweight, two-way zippered cubes that allow for maximum compression. They're also made of mesh for breathability and visibility.
35. Manduka eKOlite Yoga Mat, $62
Manduka’s biodegradable EKOlite yoga mat is made from non-harvested, natural tree rubber. There are no toxic foaming agents or AZO dyes either for the eco-conscious yogi.
AnnaMarie Houlis is a feminist, a freelance journalist and an adventure aficionado with an affinity for impulsive solo travel. She spends her days writing about women’s empowerment from around the world. You can follow her work on her blog, HerReport.org, and follow her journeys on Instagram @her_report, Twitter @herreportand Facebook.