5 fashionable gift ideas for a secret Santa Claus exchange in your office


It is still this dreaded period of the year. "It's the season of giving and you have to spend money on holiday gifts for everyone, from uncomfortable children to the factor that has never been met. To make matters worse, your office organizes a Secret Santa gift exchange.

This means that you will hear repetitive Christmas jingles and will receive a lot of bland cookies. At least, there are some wonderful and affordable gift ideas to fill a secret Santa's gift basket.

Here are five fashionable gift ideas for the secret Santa Claus exchange in your office:

1. Gummies of the CBD

Your stressed colleagues will be delighted to receive fun gummies at the CBD. Like strong CBD dyes, cannabidiol products derived from hemp have exploded on the market in the past two years. After all, they are ideal for helping the mind, as well as the body, cope with stress.

Best of all, candies on sale are available in a range of colors and flavors, from sour worms to blueberry rings and rainbow ribbons. When it comes to buying a fashionable Santa Claus gift, make sure that Just CBD Gummies is a hit at the office holiday party.

2. Coffee infused with wine

If you're not familiar with merlot-brewed coffee, these grains can be a game modifier. It can be perfect for dessert after dinner when it's too late for another cup of coffee. Favorable grains are usually aged in oak barrels to give coffee the flavor of California raisins and fresh berries.

Made with zero alcohol and lots of caffeine, the wine-infused coffee is usually made in a French press or drip infusion. The addition of a little milk often contributes to the general taste. Your Secret Santa recipient can even refrigerate the leftovers and enjoy the wine-brewed coffee all week at the office.

3. Travel coffee mugs

How many colleagues do you know who simply can not live without their morning or two cup of coffee? That's why the splash-proof travel coffee mugs are ideal for keeping your java warm or cold. Nobody likes to drink coffee at room temperature. Many people want warm and hot, especially in December, while others like their iced caffeine.

That's why insulation is important, whether it's plastic, glass or stainless steel. Make sure the lids are solid and will not leak. You should also find one suitable for the dishwasher. The durable and easy-to-use travel coffee mugs are economical and easy to find, making them practical gifts from Santa's Secret.

4. scented candles

Regarding the holiday atmosphere, what better than the aroma of chestnuts grilled over a wood fire when you enter the kitchen? That's why cheap scented candles make great gifts during the holidays. You just have to add excitement by putting a personalized photo on the jar.

Have fun with the project and use a fun Hollywood quote next to your wedding photo. Whether you prefer the essence of strawberries or chocolate cookies, you can now buy ecological candles. For example, you can buy candles with the wonderful smell of freshly cut Christmas trees, even when they are not burning.

There are even smokeless candles in soy wax that will appeal to your colleagues. You can choose from thousands of sizes, colors and fragrances to offer as a secret Santa gift.

5. Custom socks

Yes, socks. It sounds like a joke to offer as a secret Santa gift. But this time, your Christmas present does not have to be a pair of uncomfortable and unattractive brown socks that comes from a distant relative. Just log in and get a personalized pair with a custom printed college mascot.

Or just find his football team, his movie, his dog or his favorite rock band. Inspirational quotes and memorable phrases also work. Even if you do not feel creative, you can choose from thousands of predefined designs and fun slogans that can be printed on athletic and costume socks.

So here are five fashionable gift ideas that you and your colleagues can use to inspire your holiday shopping!

Brad Anderson

Brad Anderson

Editor-in-Chief at ReadWrite

Brad is the editor who oversees the content of ReadWrite.com. Previously, he worked as a publisher at PayPal and Crunchbase. You can reach him at brad at readwrite.com.