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2020 has been stressful enough, but finding great gifts doesn’t have to be. Check out In The Know’s gift guides to make holiday shopping for every person in your life easier than ever.
Need a last-minute gift — or eight? Don’t panic.
The first night of Hanukkah officially kicks off on Dec. 10, and the eight crazy nights will continue until Dec. 18. If you’re looking for a unique range of Hanukkah gift ideas to give to your friends and family, these presents will be sure to make anybody on your list happy. Plus, they are all less than $50.
While endless plates of latkes and menorah lighting is always exciting, opening a little something on each night of the Festival of Lights is always an added bonus. From cozy robes to slippers to candles, these Hanukkah gift ideas make the perfect gifting add-ons — or are special enough to stand on their own!
Crafted to remind you of the feeling of home or a special memory, Homesick candles transport you with its spot-on scents. The brand’s latest Latkes and Lights candle features notes of baked apple, butter, potato, vanilla, sugar and musk.
Get all the holiday feels with this plush faux-fur robe. Even if you buy it as a gift, you’ll end up wanting one for yourself.
Kick off the countdown of Hanukkah with this 8 Nights of Light Advent Calendar. The ultimate sweet-tasting collection includes sugar cookies, dark chocolate sea salt caramels and more delicious treats.
4. Freedom Moses Two–Band Slides, $45
Designed from 100 percent vegan and cruelty-free materials, these chic, sustainable slides hail from Tel Aviv-based label Freedom Moses. Available in an assortment of different colors and prints, every pair is totally recyclable and can be styled with everything from denim to dresses — or worn around the house!
Known as the “Queen of Challah,” Shannon Sarna brings classic Jewish recipes like bagels, hamantaschen, pita, rugelach and matzah to your home with this easy-to-follow cookbook.
6. Barefoot Dreams CozyChic Socks, $15
Designed for the ultimate warmth and coziness, these knit socks are sure to become a Sunday couch favorite.
In Judaism, the Hamsa symbol is representative of bringing happiness, luck, health and good fortune. This stylish handcrafted pendant necklace is the chicest way to spread some light.
8. Nordstrom Bliss Plush Throw, $39.50
This incredibly soft cuddle-up throw blanket will make a great gift for anyone on your list. The best part? With every purchase, Nordstrom will donate a portion of proceeds to Operation Warm, an organization that provides winter coats to kids in your local community. The perfect holiday mitzvah.
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