GOAT Holiday Gifts for Tweens + Teens

by The Texas Lifestyle Magazine team on December 5, 2019 in Gift Guides, Lifestyle,
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Looking for the latest and greatest must-have for your favorite tweens and teens this season? Relax and check out our handpicked gifts—they’ll be talked and texted about for years to come!

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Les Couronnes de Victoire Hair Clips

Hair clips have made a huge comeback recently, especially vintage styles, and these are the perfect clips to create dozens of beautiful do’s. Each set comes with a striking jeweled clip and a second clip to complement the jewels made from real preserved flowers. These French clips are a wonderful gift to give the fashionista in your life. From $31

Favor’s Pom Pom Garland

Whether it’s her bedroom at home or a new dorm room, teen girls love to decorate. This adorable hand-stitched pom pom garland is the perfect way to reinvent her space. A colorful 10-foot garland of sturdy acrylic string, it’s easy to hang anywhere. The fun colors add a funky pop to any room. Aside from being super cute, it’s also super soft and durable so you can hang it up as many times as you want. $40

Terez Holiday Collection

Inspired by 1950s New York City, this collection is full of the likes of rock ’n’ roll fringe and glam shimmer. The holiday collection has a bit of everything from lounge and workout wear (great chartreuse tank), to beautiful dressy black pants with a leather vertical strip. There are also lots of cozy options such as sweatshirts and sports bras and even leggings with leg warmers, but the fancier side to the collection contains eye-catching gold foil blazers with matching bell pants. $68-$320

Sleepyhead Toppers

Sleepyhead is a line of the most advanced mattress toppers for students. Sleepyhead products fit right in dorms, apartments or anywhere your teen rests their head at night. Multiple options fit a multitude of needs. The goals for their gel and copper mattress toppers are maximum comfort, cooling and hygiene. College can be hard, but your sleeping choices shouldn’t be. $95-$300

The EXIT Game

Turn your living room into an “escape room,” one of the trendiest entertainment locations. The EXIT game is a series of 13 different escape situations—-your team must answer puzzles and riddles for clues to unlock doors. The clock is ticking so solve as fast as you can because the faster your team escapes the room and the fewer hints you use along the way, the more points you earn. This is a fun board game for teens to keep themselves busy at home when it’s cold outside. $14.95

Petite ’n Pretty X Ulta Beauty Limited Edition Holiday Gifting

Get pink carpet ready with Petite ’n Pretty’s EverGlow world of haute cocoa and frosted fronds where each shade and formula is developed to empower all young creatives to sparkle outside the lines. From $20

Customizable Map Necklace

This is the perfect gift for the daughter that you traveled with this past year! Get her this necklace, customized with the spot you went to, to remind her of the memories that will last a lifetime. It’s beautiful and delicate and provides a really special gift for that budding traveler. $67.50

PowerSpurz Wearable Safety Lights

Do you have a teen who likes to run? We don’t want our kids out in the dark without a lighted device and these lights can easily be connected to the back heel of the running shoe and are lightweight. They won’t even realize they’re there, but provide a great deal of safety. $12.71

iMaxAlarm’s Personal Security Alarm

We love this idea for your college student—-a small alarm that looks and feels like a key fob. Sounding the alarm with a small button releases a 130-decibel alert, surely loud enough to scare off an intruder or someone with bad intentions. They can easily put this on their keychain and it could be a life saver! $16.95

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