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What to get him for Christmas?

Okay, so you followed my dating tips,bought one of my suggest dresses,and bought the Lace Xclusive hair....And managed someone who seems like they maybe 'the one'?
Now Christmas is coming and you don't know what your first major gift should be?

Don't worry ....

Cookii is here to save you! 

Here are eight great gifts for every price point....... 

1. This T-shirt from Adapt Clothing was on the top of my list. 
Damn Gina; $28
To check out the other amazing tees for men and from Adapt Clothing Click here

2. Dope Dreams 216 will always be a good look for any man who is a sneaker collector.
Gold Pack T; $25
To get your guy his own click HERE

 
3- Beats by Dre Studios are one of the greatest gifts for your music lover.They are slightly pricey,Im not going to lie but the sound quality on these is simply AMAZING.
Studios in Denim Blue; $300
To grab your pair click HERE 

 
4-Yves Saint Laurent La Nuit de L'Homme is just sexy.The bottle is simple,soft,sleek and sexy....The scent is sexy.....This scent is perfect for his day to day.
You can't go wrong with man in YSL.
La Nuit de L'Homme Eau De Toilette; $60-78
Click here for Sak's web site 

5- You know I am a loyal Apple customer, if I didn't already have a regular ipad 2 this would be on my list! But this is an amazing gift for a guy who is always on the move but still wants to have a little fun with his function.
iPad Mini; $329-459
Click HERE to pick out the perfect one  

6- Any true lover of hip hop can appreciate this hand painted Jay-Z portrait by Elise Wortley from London,England.
40cm x 30cm; $32.92 
To order this exclusive piece click HERE 
 
7. If he likes entertaining at home in home or pregaming before getting 'turnt up' this is a perfect gift...
The Chemistry Cocktail Set; $40 
Click here  to order yours 
8. This is soooo expensive but I just love it. 
 I can totally picture my love wearing this beautiful sweater, and it the red heart matching the bottoms of my red pumps(hey,a girl can dream!) . 
Comme des Garcons Play Wool Cardigan; $465 
Click here to order yours in Grey or Navy









Comments

  1. great ideas! what about... what to get him on a budget still stylish that'll he'll love

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  2. Hey there-
    Im seeing this SUPER late,I hope you found him an amazing gift!

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  3. Its okay I got a Guess linked watch w/the black face it was fab!

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