2020 Holiday Gift Guide Pt2 (+ a few last minute finds)

I always struggle with gifts for Dad, my uncles, my (soon to be) father in law, and this year even my fiance. I typically go with something classic, but with a twist. For the last few years that has meant customized belts, watches in every color, gift cards to favorite restaurants, and of course the occasional tech gift.  This year I found something that brings classic style and tech together. 

The Ekster Wallet is something that caught my fiance's eye over a year ago, with its signature pop up method of displaying your cards. I of course love it because it's one less item I'll need to help search for prior to Sunday brunch. The Ekster wallet has a solar-powered tracker, made by Chipolo, that makes tracking your wallet easy. You can even ping your phone using the tracker, in case you have one and not the other lol. It's so easy to set up it, took me about 4 minutes to get the app up and running on my fiance's phone. There are various styles to choose from, so you're sure to find a style that perfectly suits everyone on your list. The wallet is also RFID blocking which is a feature I always look for since living in the city. My fiance is going to be so excited that this is under the tree this year. 

Parliament Wallet in Classic Brown

Lush Cosmetics Shampoo Bars 
I love Lush's shampoo bars, they're something I always come back to. They're eco-friendly, amazing for travel, have a variety of unisex scents, and last seemingly forever. I have been switching between Jumping Juniper  and Seanik. Seanik is awesome for those seeking soft volume, and shine. Jumping Juniper is also great for those seeking shiny locks, but is especially effective on oily hair/scalps. These are a staple in my routine and something I'd definitely recommend for anyone who wants to take care of their hair, or is looking to be more sustainable. They're also super easy to travel with, you can just pop one in a travel tin

If you haven't read part one, give it a read! Wishing you a happy holiday! 

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