Browse our Christmas Gift Guide 2018 for some ideas as to what to buy this holiday season.
Don’t know what to get your father, cousin, uncle, third nephew? We thought so too.
The holiday season is always a time of joy, and one of the best things about the holiday season is receiving presents. Buying them, though, is a whole other thing. You’ll probably need some ideas, so browse our Christmas Gift Guide 2018 to get started.
Items are listed by product category, and by price (low to high).
1) Adidas Adilette, S$59
Everyone needs a good pair of slides and these Adidas Adilettes are just perfect. No function-obstructing designs or out of this world colors, these are made for everyday use. A perfect gift for those who might’ve worn their slides to the ground.
2) Vans Vault OG Classic Slip On LX, S$89
Another one you can never go wrong with, the Vans Vault OG Classic Slip-On in an all-over checkered print has become a staple in almost everyone’s rotation, either as a beater or a statement piece. A must-have.
3) Nike Air Force 1 ’07, S$149
You can’t ever go wrong with a clean, crisp pair of new Nike Air Force 1s. Nothing beats a fresh pair of Air Forces that’ll go with almost anything in your wardrobe.
4) Keen Uneek, S$159
These Keen Uneeks are perfect for long hikes and trail adventures. These come in multiple colorways so you can mix and match with your wardrobe. Get your pair at Outside store at Paragon #04-32.
5) Nike x A-Cold-Wall Zoom Vomero 5, S$279
One of the most talked about sneakers for the last quarter of the year, these A Cold Wall x Nike Zoom Vomero 5s are still sitting on END in an almost complete size run, so hurry before they sell out. A perfect gift for the sneakerhead who might’ve missed his local drop.
1) Nike Dri-Fit Woven 23cm Training Shorts, S$49
Here’s one for the exercise junkies. These Nike Dri-Fit Training shorts are perfect for the gym and it comes with pockets that’ll come in handy for phones and wallets.
2) Adidas Superstar Track Pant, S$89
Track pants have got to be some of the most comfortable pieces of clothing that anyone could own. All the better if you can wear them out. These Adidas Superstar track pants are just perfect, just make sure they are paired with some Adidas sneakers too.
3) APC Petit Standard Jean, S$255
Denim should be a wardrobe staple, so you can’t go wrong with jeans. We recommend these timeless APC jeans as a good quality pair is worth the investment that can, in fact, outlast its wearer.
4) Palm Angels Black Chenille Lounge Pants, S$377
If you have a little more to spend, these Palm Angels track in a velvet-like material is the perfect gift. Lavish to the touch, and easy on the eyes.
1) Thames Purple Logo T-Shirt, S$39
English-based label Thames will be expecting a big 2019 after a somewhat strong 2018 from the label helmed by Blondey McCoy.
2) Fred Perry Taped Ringer Tee, S$65
Ringer tees are coming back in a big way. Here’s a nice, clean Fred Perry Ringer that can be worn with almost anything.
3) Adidas Consortium Real Madrid Football Jersey, S$109
This one is for the football fan. Whichever team you support, you can’t help but admire how beautiful this jersey is, with its classic V-neck cutting which keeps up with the current vintage trend.
4) Rhude White Chateau Logo T-Shirt, S$132
Rhude, helmed by Rhuigi Villaseñor, has gained a cult following after being seen on some of the biggest stars like LeBron. Expect to hear this brand more in 2019. Get this shirt here.
1) Levi’s Blue Denim Trucker Jacket, S$65.90
A must-have, the denim jacket can be an easy throw-on for any outfit, for any occasion. This Levi’s Denim Trucker Jacket definitely gives you bang for your buck.
2) Adidas EQT Polar Jacket, S$165
To match the Adidas Superstar Track, this Adidas EQT Polar Jacket is perfect for staying cozy at home or in class. The color blocking is perfect for the current vintage trend
3) Golf Le Fleur x Converse Anorak, S$179
Converse and Golf Le Fleur offer more than just their desirable sneakers. This anorak will help loved ones stay cozy this holiday season.
4) United Standard Golf Jacket, S$179
While United Standard may not be a super well-known brand, there’s no denying this golf jacket makes a stylish and functional gift. The cover on the quarter zip is a unique touch.
1) Adidas Consortium x Engineered Garments Bucket Hat, S$79
Headwear is getting its time in the sun – almost any hat or cap is acceptable as long as it is paired nicely with an outfit. This Adidas x Engineered Garments bucket hat has got a more streamlined shape to it, giving it a nice vintage look.
2) Billionaire Boys Club Motor Patch Trucker Cap, S$129
Trucker caps have made a comeback, what with artists such as Ski Mask the Slump God and Luka Sabbat sporting the headwear in recent times. This Billionaire Boys Club piece is a standout with its patches and all-white colorway. A favorite of ours from this Christmas Gift Guide 2018.
3) Polo Ralph Lauren Hi-Tech 5 Panel, S$139
Polo Ralph Lauren made a huge comeback to streetwear with their Palace collaboration and it seems, they don’t intend to stop there. This Polo Ralph Lauren 5-panel is reminiscent of its OG counterparts.
4) Visvim Knit Beanie, S$309
Beanies can help complete a sleek look. This Visvim Knit Beanie is low-profile and that tag detailing is a nice touch.
1) Crep Protect Cleaning Wipes, S$9
These Crep Protect Cleaning Wipes are some of our must-haves from our Christmas Gift Guide 2018. And at less than S$10, these make the perfect stocking stuffers or gifts for sneakerheads you don’t know too well.
2) Carhartt Essentials Bag, S$59
This Carhartt Essentials Bag, as its name suggests, is perfect for carrying all the essentials. Just the right size with multiple pockets, you can fit all you need in a day in this bag. The Carhartt Essentials bag is a great present for anyone.
3) The Ultimate Sneaker Book, S$65
We have featured this sneaker book before but we can’t help but put this on our Christmas gift list. This book, rife with tidbits about sneaker culture, makes the perfect gift for sneakerheads or anyone with a sense of curiosity. The Ultimate Sneaker Book can be purchased on END.
4) Casio G-shock DW5600 (GW-B5600BC-1B), S$279
If you’re looking for a sleek, low-profile yet dependable watch, the G-Shock DW 5600 from Casio is the one. The versatile, all-black timepiece is also easy to pair. Head to the G-Shock website to find a store near you to get this piece.
1) Earhoox, S$13
Shopping for someone who owns a pair of AirPods? These Earhoox will come in handy to secure their AirPods when they exercise. Available in three different colorways.
2) Native Union x Tom Dixon Block Wireless Charging Station, S$279
With technology making massive leaps every day, this Wireless Charging Station from Native Union x Tom Dixon will soon be a commodity as almost everything goes wireless. Get ahead of the curve and get this for yourself or your loved ones.
3) Xbox 1, S$299
For someone who loves to game, this Xbox 1 is the perfect gift. This one comes in at almost 50% off with a free game and 1TB of storage.
4) Beats Studio3 Wireless Over‑Ear Headphones, S$478.00
If you prefer over-ears over in-ears in the music department, the Beats Studio 3 Wireless is definitely up there in terms of style and looks. With good sound quality for a wireless headset, these cans will definitely be an investment for the future either for yourself or a loved one.
1) Ferm Living Candle, S$42
A candle, whether or no scented, is essential to any household/room. Nothing beats a candlelit evening. A perfect gift for your Secret Santa.
2) Bloomingville Deco Cactus, S$41
Rooms can get a bit dull despite having all the essentials. This cute little Cactus sculpture will liven up any room.
3) Ferm Living Low Plant Hanger, S$59
Plants don’t deserve to be grounded all the time. This flowering pot lets your little seedlings enjoy some airtime.
4) Herman Magazine Stand, S$129
This Ferm Living magazine stand is perfect for holding all your magazines that don’t make it onto the living room table tops or the bedside table. A very handy piece of house accessory.
What have you got your eye on from our Christmas Gift Guide 2018? Leave a comment below.