Gift ideas for new graduates and young professionals

Much like the holidays, spring is a prime time for gift giving, from Mother’s Day to Father’s Day—and graduation season in between. But with travel suspended and social distancing in effect in most regions across the country amid the COVID-19 pandemic, it might not be possible to bestow congratulations in person.

Gift delivery, however, is still an option, and with many graduation ceremonies canceled, a token of appreciation and consideration could be more meaningful for graduates now than ever.

Shopping for newly-minted young professionals might not be as simple or easy as it might have seemed in years past. Forget the fancy pen—it might well be as antiquated as a silver spoon.

Thus, here’s a gift guide curated for those setting off on their own and into the workforce, with an emphasis on practical but also that ever-growing mindset with millennials and Generation Z: self care.

Organization

A 54-Bottle Iron Folding Wine Rack
Courtesy of The Container Store

The Container Store Wine Rack: Sometimes a wine collection starts with the shelving. This sophisticated model can hold up to 54 wine bottles. It also has to be the simplest wine rack to ever setup straight out of the box. No tools are required. Each shelf flips out and hooks together like magic. SRP: $140.

The Puebco Brass Cookbook & Tablet Stand
Courtesy of KonMari

KonMari: Can one truly make a suggestion about organizing without mentioning the queen of tidying up herself? Marie Kondo’s KonMari brand might sound counter-intuitive (Buying more household items from the home-organizing guru who wants you to toss anything that doesn’t “spark joy”? Really?) But the Netflix star insists that the brand is curating boutique and hand-crafted goods intended to stand out while paradoxically blending in. Among them is The Brass Cookbook & Tablet Stand, adding a pop of sophistication to the kitchen counter while also propping all of those cookbooks bought while in self-quarantine. SRP: $58.

The underbed storage bin from Open Spaces.
Courtesy of Open Spaces

Open Spaces: Home organization brand Open Spaces has designed a series of sustainable organizational products with a very Scandinavian-vibe you will actually want to display. If Ikea defined your college interior decorating, then this is the next step into adulthood living. With the “Restful Bedroom” set, you can organize clothing, blankets, and more throughout your room, closet, and under the bed. SRP: $399. (Pairs of baskets and bins can be purchased à la carte.)

The X1 Office Task chair
Courtesy of X-Chair

X-Chair: Everyone’s working-from-home setup is different, and most are far from perfect. After a few weeks of working from the kitchen table or the couch, back problems and other sores are bound to set in. If this is the New Normal (at least for right now), then it’s time to invest in an ergonomic office chair. The X-Chair molds to the shape of the user’s body, with 10 comfort design adjustments make a glove-like fit possible, including an adjustable seat, headrest, armrests, and a tilt lock. The company’s proprietary Dynamic Variable Lumbar support adjusts itself to the users shape in order to provide better lower back support. (And the brand is also donating 5% of profits in this spring to charities fighting COVID-19.) SRP: Starts at $690.

Wellness

The KUL Glo Beauty Kit
Courtesy of KUL CBD

KUL CBD: There is no shortage of CBD wellness products on the market and with everyone’s anxiety-ridden minds a bit haywire these days, a lot of consumers might be turning toward the so-called wonder substance. (Although studies are still inconclusive as to just how powerful CBD is for each and every individual.) KUL offers a luxury line of CBD-infused skincare products, such as day and night creams with topical probiotics and retinol; a sulfate-free, all-in-one exfoliating cleanser; and a hydrating rose extract and milk thistle serum. SRP: $395 for the all-inclusive Beauty Kit.

The Rich Cream
Courtesy of Augustus Bader

Augustus Bader: If there is one face cream that beauty bloggers would most likely all nominate as the best, it would be the Augustus Bader Rich Cream. (Or regular Cream—Both products are said to be on par with each other in terms of results, but each formula has a different texture to serve different skin types.) The luxurious skincare product has a devoted following thanks to the inclusion of TFC8, a complex of natural amino acids, vitamins, and synthesized molecules naturally found in skin. SRP: $265.

The “Fleur” single steeps sampler pack.
Courtesy of Tea Forté

Tea Forté: This tea brand will never fail you as the flavors are always precise and sophisticated—and never weak. Smoothly transitioning into spring and summer flavors, the newest sampler pack—named “Fleur” and curated in collaboration with The New York Botanical Garden—includes herbal flavors like Blueberry Merlot, Peach Blossom, and Jasmine Green. SRP: $20.

Culinary

The NutriBullet PRO 1000 (left) and NutriBullet PRO 900 (right).
Courtesy of NutriBullet

NutriBullet: The most recent upgrade to the best-selling 900 series, the NutriBullet PRO 1000 sports a sleek new design and stronger motor at 1,000 watts. The compact blender is a prime Vitamix alternative in both price and strength, with ergonomically redesigned blades producing silky-smooth smoothies. SRP: $80.

The Cuisinart 9-inch loaf pan.
Courtesy of Crate&Barrel

Cuisinart: When the country went on self quarantine, social media became flooded with recipes—namely a lot of recipes for bread. Baking bread is not as easy as it looks, and for novices, having a structured loaf pan might be a better place to start. This 9-inch version from Cuisinart is an ideal entry-level baking tin, with a nonstick finish and silicone side grips contoured for standard oven mitts. SRP: $15.

The Kettle is just the right size for daily use.
Courtesy of Balmuda

Balmuda: The cult favorite Japanese brand offers some of the sleekest, most elegant home appliances available. The lightweight Kettle was designed to offer ergonomic balance that results in precise pour-overs, ideal for three small coffee cups or two mug-fulls from a single pot. SRP: $179, and it is available in black and white.

Books are the perfect companions
for days spent indoors and allow us to travel without stepping outside our homes.
Courtesy of Book of the Month

Literary

Book of the Month: Has there ever been a better time to pick up a good book and escape from it all? And for recent grads, they can rejoice in the fact that with a Book of the Month club subscription, this is all reading for pleasure, with numerous bestsellers and top-reviewed novels, thrillers, romances, memoirs, and more to choose from. Gift recipients can choose from five brand-new hardcover books each month—including advance copies once in awhile—handpicked by BOTM’s editorial team. SRP: Rates start at $9.99 per month for one book (with the option to add more to your digital basket, of course).

Nothing Fancy
Courtesy of Clarkson Potter

Nothing Fancy by Alison Roman: Based on Instagram and food blogs, there is probably no cookbook more popular with Generation Z or millennials right now. And for good reason. Already a New York Times bestseller, from New York Times columnist Alison Roman, Nothing Fancy lives up to its name with recipes that are easy to throw together on a whim but are still satisfying in flavor, from coconut-braised chicken and chickpeas to blackberry and cornmeal cake. Sure, many of the finished products are ‘grammable (if done right), but they’re also versatile, equally good for starter dinner parties and even video dates via Zoom. SRP: $33.

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