Is your list of people to shop for growing by the second? It's as if one day you have a few friends you're planning on gifting beauty bundles and then the next, you're surfing the internet for budget-friendly luxury picks for your partner. But what do you get for those specific hard-to-shop-for people? No need to fret, as Free People's Gift Shop is open for business, and the retailer has everything from festive home decor to workout gear to pet accessories. You can now check off everyone on your list with only a click.
To ease you into Free People's never-ending carousel of holiday gifts, we've categorized each section by superlatives (think: best host, yoga master, and pet parent), which include under-$50 gifts. So get going and find the right present for all of your family, friends, and coworkers. It's your choice whether you gift whole bundles or browse through for your — we mean their — fave items. Happy gifting!
For The Cozy Homebody & Bundled-Up Friend
Whether your friend appreciates a good pajama set and slippers to cozy up in or a throw blanket and festive candles that warm up their space, Free People has two bundles that are perfect (and help do the holiday shopping for you). And if your friend is always cold and excessively bundles up when they go out, check out the retailer's hooded scarves, fuzzy earmuffs, and plaid socks (which have a three-for-$30 deal going on right now!).
For The Christmas Tree Obsessed
If your giftees deck the halls with boughs of holly and jazz up their Christmas tree with quirky ornaments, they'll love Free People's holiday decor. There's everything from glass ornaments — which you can buy individually or get a full set for just $60 — to unique tree toppers and Christmas tree-themed decor. Whether their vibe is casual and homey or whimsical and shiny, you can find something for everyone on your list.
For The Yogi In Your Life
Does it seem like your yoga-loving friend only has a rotation of black leggings? Gift them a new set of colorful workout attire that'll add a pop of color to their activewear, whether that's leggings, a ruched sports bra, or a cozy thermal to throw on top. But if you don't know your giftee's size and want to gift something other than apparel, add FP Movement's viral oversized quilted gym bag or a Bala Pilates ball to your cart, especially if their interests are broader than just yoga.
For The Ultimate Holiday Host
There's a Monica Geller in every friend group. You know the one who loves playing host, creates the perfect charcuterie board, and has the best-smelling house. To show your thanks for all the parties they throw, it doesn't hurt to gift them a new party game or a stunning candle. We also don't think they'll oppose you restocking their bar cart with a range of cocktail kits, bottle openers, quirky glasses, or drink stirrers.
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For The Celeb-Fashion Devotee
If the person you're gifting is always on top of the latest celebrity trends, Free People offers easy access to must-have items. This includes a denim skirt remniscent of Taylor Swift's sold-out Free People skorts and a sparkly NYE top modeled by Riley Keough above for the Daisy Jones & the Six collection. If your friend gravitates toward effortless pieces they can throw on for errands, they'll adore the Hit the Slopes Pullover — the style is one of Kaia Gerber and Hailey Bieber's favorites. Or opt for Selena Gomez's baggy wide-leg jeans or Chanel Iman's equestrian-style boots for fashion enthusiasts. And homebodies will adore Free People's bestselling Hailee Sweater Set — Ashley Tisdale and Selena Gomez do, too.
For The Adoring Pet Parent
Who needs presents more than anyone? Your fur babies. For the pet parents who can't get enough of their cats and dogs, Free People has a host of pet apparel, accessories, and toys (including a toy for the human you're gifting, aka a cat-themed puzzle). Play dress-up with various dog vests and jackets or help your friend (and their furry friend) travel in style with a luxe pet carrier.
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