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To hell with gender roles—in gift giving and beyond. Buy these 14 unisex gifts for anyone on your list who likes unwrapping cool stuff (so basically, everybody). We promise they won't return it.
From: Esquire US
Everyone loves a great henley—it's like the security blanket of clothes. And this ultra soft navy shirt may be designed for men, but that doesn't mean she won't steal it. Bonus? You'll be doing your part to make the world a better place: True to its name, the sibling-owned company donates all proceeds to medical research to cure blindness.
Two Blind Brothers Long Sleeve Solid Navy Henley, USD125, twoblindbrothers.com
A good-looking diffuser and a few well-chosen oils can help anyone pep up or chill out this holiday season.
InnoGear Aromatherapy Essential Oil Diffuser, USD29.99, amazon.com
In case you haven't heard, a bomber jacket is the jacket to have right now, regardless of your sex. And there's no better bomber than the original MA-1 from Alpha Industries.
Alpha Industries MA-1 Flight Jacket, USD140, alphaindustries.com
For anyone who lives (or works) in a space with at least one wall, art is an excellent gift option. It can help add life and colour to a room, and it serves as a great conversation starter.
Harry Moody Painting, USD465, saatchiart.com
Some say it's a dad cap, but we say it's open to moms, dads and everyone in between. A no-miss hat is always a safe option for any fashionable person in your life.
Adidas Trefoil Hat, USD22, adidas.com
Chances are, everyone is traveling somewhere this holiday season. Help them stay calm no matter how stressful it can get with a cocktail kit designed to be used at 30,000 feet. Just add vodka from the beverage cart and hello happy hour.
Carry On Cocktail Kit The Moscow Mule, USD24, wandpdesign.com
On those chilly Sunday afternoons, few things are better for lounging around the house than a thick flannel shirt. It's the sartorial version of a warm hug.
Woolrich Oxbow Bend plaid flannel shirt, USD65, woolrich.com
If your friend has recently moved, help them finish the decorating with a practical but interesting piece. This artistic coat rack is modern, sure, but will work well with any design theme.
Eames Hang-it-All, USD199, dwr.com
Hooded sweatshirts have always been a great example of gender-neutral fashion, especially when they come from a brand as stylish as John Elliott.
John Elliott Flash Dual Navy Full Zip Hoodie, USD198, johnelliott.co
The health nut in your life has always secretly wanted a DIY way to turn their favourite produce into a refreshing glass of juice. It will also save them from obliterating their bank account on USD8 juices from that corner juice place.
Breville Juice Fountain Plus Juicer, USD149.95, william-sonoma.com
Who doesn't love curling up under a warm throw on a frigid night? A classical patterned blanket will look amazing even while draped over the back of the couch when no one's using it.
Pendleton Plaid Wool Blanket, USD134, pendleton-usa.com
Nobody can have too many tote bags. This neutral option is durable and is just as suitable to carry to work as it is to the gym.
Filson Tote Bag Without Zipper, USD175, filson.com
Most coffee lovers probably have a coffee press. But do they have one as beautiful as this copper press from Tom Dixon? Not likely.
Tom Dixon Cafetiere Copper Coffee Press, USD210, tomdixon.net
Hats are a thing right now, and none are eternally cooler than those that have a laid back Western vibe. Cowboy boots are optional.
Stetson Open Road felt Western hat, USD229, stetson.com
The Art-Deco inspired minimalistic interior is quite exceptional.
The double-breasted, belted classic every man should have in his wardrobe.
Giant collars! Cape-slash-parkas! Yellow! The actor isn't afraid of anything.
Visually spectacular, featuring Matt Smith, Naomi Campbell and more.
Esquire talks to the designer about his varied inspirations and that all-important VIP list.
America's oldest clothier, Brooks Brothers celebrated two centuries in business this year. In an exclusive interview, Esquire speaks with its CEO Claudio Del Vecchio about the brand's heritage and its future.
Coat of arms.