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The d.RT Holiday Gift Guide 2020

The d.RT Holiday Gift Guide 2020


8 Best Gifts To (Still) Ask For

According to our In-House Cool Teenager:
Co-Founder Dylan Thompson, 17

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Pro-tip: Just print this list and give it to whoever is still asking.

1. Wallet. We like: Something black; nylon maybe. Like this one by Maharishi.

2. Cologne. We like: Versace Eros—it’s a bold mood-enhancer. 

3. Trainers. We like: These are the Off-White x Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG (ultra rare; $$)—make a list of some of your faves from Stockx.

4. Hat. We like: Bucket hats, like this one by Asian streetwear brand thisisneverthat. Also: beanies. Always beanies.

5. Duffel Bag. We like: Ours, of course.

6. Gold Chain. We like: Mejuri Flat Curb Chain.  

7. Headphones. We like: AirPods Pro or AirPods Max (if you're willing to get on the ).

8. Backpack. We like: Yep, we make a pretty rad one.

 

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8 Best Gifts To (Still) Ask For

According to our In-House Cool Teenager:
Co-Founder Dylan Thompson, 17

1.

2.

3.

4.

Pro-tip: Just print this list and give it to whoever is still asking.

1. Wallet. We like: Something black; nylon maybe. Like this one by Maharishi.

2. Cologne. We like: Versace Eros—it’s a bold mood-enhancer. 

3. Trainers. We like: These are the Off-White x Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG (ultra rare; $$)—make a list of some of your faves from Stockx.

4. Hat. We like: Bucket hats, like this one by Asian streetwear brand thisisneverthat. Also: beanies. Always beanies.

5. Duffel Bag. We like: Ours, of course.

6. Gold Chain. We like: Mejuri Flat Curb Chain.  

7. Headphones. We like: AirPods Pro or AirPods Max (if you're willing to get on the ).

8. Backpack. We like: Yep, we make a pretty rad one.

 

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6.

7.  

8.

Curate Some Holiday Memories

As far as gifts to give ...

We could have compiled a fancy list of luxurious, covetable goods for you to give for the holidays. But we realized we would be doing you a disservice. Our goal wasn’t to fill you up with highly-specific gear ideas that were out of your budget—it was to help you brainstorm some more affordable (and extremely thoughtful ... and personal) alternatives.

Here, our list of 13 cheap and cheerful ideas to share with your nearest and dearest. Take them as literal or use them as a template to spark your own gifting experiences.

 

1. Gift your special someone a cool cookbook and treat them to a recipe of their choosing from it. A few to try: Xi’an Famous Food for noodle enthusiasts or Comida Mexicana—for yummy, Mexican street food. 

2. For a cultural activity you can eat—buy a sushi-making kit and host a sushi night. Or, if chichi nibbles are your person’s thing, get them a charcuterie board and plan a blanketed nosh session with them some place outdoors. 

3. Purchase a tie-dye kit and a plethora of classic, white tees and get to work on making one-of-a-kind wearables for everyone from your Spanish tutor to your lab partner. Alternative option: face masks. Buy some solid, white masks and create some ultra-exclusive PPE. 

4. Call it The Queen’s Gambit effect, but chess is suddenly hot. Pick out a cool-looking chess board and learn the game together. Maybe hunt down some cool tutorial videos to kick off the new hobby together, too.

5. Or: Start a new game night tradition. A few non-boring boardgames to try: Codenames—if you’re in to espionage (who isn’t?), or learn to read and give Tarot readings (there’s also apps to explore). 

6. Turn off your devices and do a Digital Detox Workbook together. 

7. Plant something green for your mama (or sig other). Either a plant in the yard (or potted indoors), some herbs—whatever. Just get dirty and model self-sustainability.

8. Dual lightsaber alert: Now that the live-action rendition of Ahsoka Tano debuted on The Mandalorian this season—binge-watch the animated series Clone Wars—where her character originated from—to catch up on her origin story. In other words: Disney+ and chill—but also make it a theme party.

9. Ready to channel your inner Shawn Mendes? Get yourself a wireless karaoke microphone and create a customized playlist for whomever is worthy of experiencing your pipes. (Bonus points is you can find someone to be the Justin Bieber on your rendition of “Monster.")

10. If you want to be peak 2020: bake together! Check out the assortment of kits by Farm Steady (we are partial to the Everything Bagel & Cream Cheese making kit). Or/also: if Kombucha is more your thing—learn to brew your own (and share it) via their Kombucha Making Kit. 

11. Do a favorite TikTok account exchange with your favorite human. Deep dive together; share laughs. For example: I see your love of styling and vlog tutorials by @motiankari and I raise you some cooking lessons with @yourkoreandad.

12. Unprompted: volunteer to be a blogger boyfriend. That’s right—step up to be someone’s shooter for their next content-collecting photo shoot. They will appreciate your (unsolicited) focused, undivided attention. 

13. What is your superpower? What is a skill you have that would be useful (or fun) for others to absorb? Are you good at technology—offer a coding lesson or “help desk” session for a friend or family member in need. Amateur chef? Teach a beginner one meal that they master easily. Future stylist? Offer to give a pal an hour of fashion advice, or for the totally ambitious—a full-fledged makeover. And so on and so on … 

 

 

Curate Some Holiday Memories

As far as gifts to give ...

We could have compiled a fancy list of luxurious, covetable goods for you to give for the holidays. But we realized we would be doing you a disservice. Our goal wasn’t to fill you up with highly-specific gear ideas that were out of your budget—it was to help you brainstorm some more affordable (and extremely thoughtful ... and personal) alternatives.

Here, our list of 13 cheap and cheerful ideas to share with your nearest and dearest. Take them as literal or use them as a template to spark your own gifting experiences.

 

1. Gift your special someone a cool cookbook and treat them to a recipe of their choosing from it. A few to try: Xi’an Famous Food for noodle enthusiasts or Comida Mexicana—for yummy, Mexican street food. 

2. For a cultural activity you can eat—buy a sushi-making kit and host a sushi night. Or, if chichi nibbles are your person’s thing, get them a charcuterie board and plan a blanketed nosh session with them some place outdoors. 

3. Purchase a tie-dye kit and a plethora of classic, white tees and get to work on making one-of-a-kind wearables for everyone from your Spanish tutor to your lab partner. Alternative option: face masks. Buy some solid, white masks and create some ultra-exclusive PPE. 

4. Call it The Queen’s Gambit effect, but chess is suddenly hot. Pick out a cool-looking chess board and learn the game together. Maybe hunt down some cool tutorial videos to kick off the new hobby together, too.

5. Or: Start a new game night tradition. A few non-boring boardgames to try: Codenames—if you’re in to espionage (who isn’t?), or learn to read and give Tarot readings (there’s also apps to explore). 

6. Turn off your devices and do a Digital Detox Workbook together. 

7. Plant something green for your mama (or sig other). Either a plant in the yard (or potted indoors), some herbs—whatever. Just get dirty and model self-sustainability.

8. Dual lightsaber alert: Now that the live-action rendition of Ahsoka Tano debuted on The Mandalorian this season—binge-watch the animated series Clone Wars—where her character originated from—to catch up on her origin story. In other words: Disney+ and chill—but also make it a theme party.

9. Ready to channel your inner Shawn Mendes? Get yourself a wireless karaoke microphone and create a customized playlist for whomever is worthy of experiencing your pipes. (Bonus points is you can find someone to be the Justin Bieber on your rendition of “Monster.")

10. If you want to be peak 2020: bake together! Check out the assortment of kits by Farm Steady (we are partial to the Everything Bagel & Cream Cheese making kit). Or/also: if Kombucha is more your thing—learn to brew your own (and share it) via their Kombucha Making Kit. 

11. Do a favorite TikTok account exchange with your favorite human. Deep dive together; share laughs. For example: I see your love of styling and vlog tutorials by @motiankari and I raise you some cooking lessons with @yourkoreandad.

12. Unprompted: volunteer to be a blogger boyfriend. That’s right—step up to be someone’s shooter for their next content-collecting photo shoot. They will appreciate your (unsolicited) focused, undivided attention. 

13. What is your superpower? What is a skill you have that would be useful (or fun) for others to absorb? Are you good at technology—offer a coding lesson or “help desk” session for a friend or family member in need. Amateur chef? Teach a beginner one meal that they master easily. Future stylist? Offer to give a pal an hour of fashion advice, or for the totally ambitious—a full-fledged makeover. And so on and so on …