10 thoughtful gifts any college graduate would love
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While store-bought cards are totally fine, receiving personalized stationery is both memorable and useful. Papier has a multitude of options to choose from, and they make it easy to customize your favorite style to your liking. The brand also offers planners, wellness journals, notepads and more.
Whether they're going on a vacation or coming home to see mom and dad, this duffle from Calpak is timeless. The thoughtful design, neutral color and lightweight feel make it a winner — and it also makes for a great airplane carry-on.
Traditionally, class rings get a bad rap for being worn for a year or so — and then never again. With a more classic ring, like Kendra Scott's Elisa Signet Ring, graduates can wear it all the time since it goes with everything. This ring is covered in 18k gold vermeil and is engravable.
Really nice sheets are a luxury that not everyone thinks to buy for themselves. These buttery-soft, 480 thread count sheets from Brooklinen are sure to make any grad feel like a true adult. Celebrate the end of Twin-XL beds with this set that includes a flat sheet, a fitted sheet and two pillowcases.
With an Apple Watch, graduates will have their texts, GPS, calendar, fitness tracker and more right on their wrist. While tech gadgets can feel impersonal, this smartwatch is so useful, they'll know it came from the heart. You can also swap out the watch band to make it a more custom gift.
Now that they have their diploma, grads have earned some relaxation time. A cute and cozy sweatshirt is something that they can wear all day long. This cashmere hoodie from Quince is just as perfect for lounging on the couch as it is for wearing to run errands.
Whether they like to cook or are a novice in the kitchen, a multi-purpose pan, like the Our Place Always Pan, makes for an excellent gift. This pan is said to replace eight traditional pieces of cookware, and all of its pieces fit together compactly, making it a space-saving dream.
Gift the grad in your life a cookbook of easy-to-make dishes to go with that multi-purpose pan. This cookbook from Half Baked Harvest has over 125 delicious and simple recipes, and it includes both vegan and vegetarian options. It's also an Amazon top seller.
This wireless charging tray from Courant is sleek and functional. Grads can toss their keys and other essentials onto the tray and place their phones onto the charging section. This sleek tray is available in five different colors of leather.
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