A wool sweater for staying cozy all winter, $59. (Or this cute number, $35.)
Fancy Spanish olive oil, $20, for drizzling over salads and pastas, plus…
…crusty bread to dip into it (or a bread club with a monthly loaf sent to him!).
A mug with a 360-degree lid, $20, for his biking/hiking/parkour adventures.
Tickets to a Moth storytelling event because they’re the best (and he’s a great storyteller).
A waterproof Dopp kit, $50. (This is also a very cool duffel.)
An airplane adapter for his AirPods to make flights fly by. $35.
Delicious hot sauces, $9/each, made with peppers grown in community gardens and low-income urban farms.
A portable lamp, $79, to make his apartment glow. (Plus, dimmer switches for his other lights.)
Mug to make him laugh, $15.
A collection of essays that explore the ripple effect of joy, written by New York Times bestselling author Ross Gay. $25.
Excellent sunscreen because you’re still his big sis. $17.
Labrador chocolate, $36, or a Ferrari, nbd.
A donation in his name to Ruth’s Refuge, an organization that provides furniture and home essentials to refugees and asylum seekers in NYC. Xoxo
P.S. The 2019 gift guide for brothers, the 2020 gift guide for brothers, and the 2021 gift guide for brothers.
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