The days are heating up, fairy lights are getting strung up everywhere and candy canes are on grocery store shelves. Christmas is right around the corner and we could not be more excited.
There’s plenty to organise in the lead up to Christmas and here to help us get a handle on our Christmas gift list is NRMA Insurance. From board games to candles and must-have sneakers, we’ve round up seven gifts that even the most impossible-to-but-for will love.
HELP! The Game
Thanks to 2020—and our quest to fill our time with wholesome activities—board games are well and truly on the rise. One of our favourites? Help! The Game. In this hilarious board game, you’ll make your way around Australia and face floods, fires, tremors, tornados, burglars and even bin chickens. Whoever has the most assets still intact at the end, wins. Just as Monopoly teaches about property, Help! The Game subtly educates people on insurance—but trust us when we say, belly laughs are guaranteed. Created by NRMA Insurance, you can feel good knowing a portion of proceeds support disaster relief and recovery for Australian Red Cross. It’s available exclusively at Kmart or get it delivered here.
Nike ACG Tee
We’re big fans of the Nike ACG range and we reckon your outdoors-loving friends will be too. This vibrant and totally durable tee is perfect for summer hikes and camping trips but it also looks seriously cool with a pair of shorts on a Sunday sesh. Grab it here in time for Christmas.
Holiday: The Best Travel Magazine That Ever Was
Between 1946 and 1977, Holiday was one of the most exciting publications in the world boasting bold layouts, big-name photographers, artists and writers. Essentially, Holiday portrayed travel like no other magazine. This book is an ode to the magazine’s history, packed with beautiful imagery and tales of the publication that make it the perfect coffee table accessory for your home decor loving friends. Shop it here.
Diptyque Baies Candle
Fill their space with heavenly fresh, floral and fruity scents with the Diptyque Baies Candle. One of the French fragrance house's most iconic scents, its name translates to berries, with the scent being made of a perfect blend of freshly picked blackcurrant berries and blooming roses. Fire up this deliciously sweet candle and it will transport you to a wild garden. Add it to cart here.
Superga 2490 Organic Sneakers
A white sneaker is a staple in every wardrobe so if they’re in need of a fresh new shoe, Superga’s 2490 kicks are where it’s at. Featuring a canvas style shoe with smooth, milky tones, Superga’s pair perfectly with floral dresses and floaty linen, making them the must-have shoe this summer. Not to mention, these sneakers are totally organic for that eco-conscious person in your life. Get them here.
Poppy Lissiman Croc Wallet
The style queen in your life will love the croc wallet from the coveted Aussie label, Poppy Lissiman. This best selling style features mock croc-embossed faux leather outer, metallic orange faux leather lining, matching branded wrist strap and custom Evil Eye YKK zipper tab. Plus, it’s got a convenient coin compartment, five card slots and an area for cash—AKA everything they could want or need in a stylish new wallet. Shop it here.
Le Specs Toycoon Sunglasses
With bulk sunny days ahead there’s no better gift for the avid beachgoer than a pair of slick shades. We love the Toycoon shades from Le Specs and their super playful shape for a unique gift. This cat-eye style comes in four different colourways, from jet black to gingersnap, and are complete with Le Specs trademark metal stripes on the sides. Get around them right here.
Sleigh Christmas this year with HELP! The Game from NRMA Insurance. This feel-good gift is sure to be a big hit and the perfect bonding moment between friends and family this Christmas. Grab yours here today.
Image credit: NRMA Insurance, Nike, MECCA, Booktopia, Poppy Lissiman Instagram, Le Specs
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