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  • Writer's pictureJ. Epperton

Holiday Gift Guide 2020

Updated: Jul 7, 2022

’Tis the season for gifting and bringing cheer to our loved ones. Here at 180 Style, we've made it almost a norm to gift our friends, families, and partners with nice gestures throughout the year. There's an amazing feeling knowing you just made someone's day. A gift isn't what the holiday season is about, but with us being apart this year, it's an easy way to say I love you. You've had enough stress this year, so don't let present-picking be added to that list. We've curated our favorite finds that you can pick up or order today. The list is primarily consisting of black owned, women owned, and Michigan made products.

1. For the Sweet Tooth:

Bon Bon Bon Chocolates are so beautifully crafted you almost want to save them as art. However, once you bite into them, you'll understand that it's art best understood by our taste buds. Carrying unique flavors that range from Apple Cider, to Fruity Pebbles, to seasonal treats like Rum Spiked Nog & Lumps of Coal, you truly can't go wrong. - $28 for a box of 8

2. For the Bearded Hero in Your Life Detroit Grooming Company is near and dear to our hearts. And every winter they release a limited edition Christmas-scented Beard Butter that brings you holiday cheer every morning. The scent is a perfectly blended combination of pine needle, cedar and leather. - $24.95

3. Can We Kick it?

Take a stroll with your S/O in your fresh pair of kicks. When it comes to casual shoes, we like to have a fun spin on a classic look. For her, the Chuck Taylor reimagined. For him, these Nike hi-tops are a solid win. - Converse $110, Nike $110

4. For the Book Worm On The Go

They say the world's most influential people read on average 52 books a year. Over the last few years i've been able to get closer and closer to that number, and Audible is my secret weapon. The user gets to choose a new book once a month, and discounts on every book in their system. Give the first of knowledge. - 12 Month Subscription $150.00

5. Face Mask, Not a Necklace

Whether you like to admit it or not, face mask are going to be apart of our everyday life moving forward. We have tons of options when it comes to designs, but we can't skimp on functionality. The facemark from Vere are a combination of both. Washable silk with a slot for replaceable filters, a great option for the stylish woman in your life. For the 180 Style team, we personally all own a facemark from Mandala. As a medical scrub manufacturing company, they make the material antimicrobial and fluid resistant. Not only do they effectively keep us safe, they look great and are durable as hell. - $10 - $25

6.Something to Cheers To

Cheers to 2020 almost being over. We've been spending more time than ever in our house, and more than likely you've picked up a new skill. If you haven't yet, you can still check that off your list and take lessons from master mixologist in this Masterclass. Bottoms up! - $180

7. Let's Have Coffee

Meeting up with friends for coffee is something that I miss dearly. It's still something we do, just now its virtually. For the person that loves the aroma of fresh ground coffee dancing through the home, send them this. It's a 7-in-one machine that will make any coffee lover do back flips, or at least make another cup. - $160

8. Pajama Party

PJ's are no longer for the kids and our grandpa! Let's bring some sexiness to the comfy leisurewear this holiday. In my home, we've switched our sheets and robes to the likes of Ettitude. Their items are made from bamboo and some of the softest fabrics I've had the pleasure of feeling. - $122 (top & bottom set)

Whatever you end up getting, or giving, remember to take time to reach out to people you hold near and dear to your heart.

Everyone stay safe and as always, be the best version of yourself.

Happy Holidays - J & J

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