Jun 2, 2016
Gifts that grads will actually want and use
1 Rose Gold MacBookSource: Apple Credits: Style at Home
The latest release from Apple, a handy MacBook in the season’s hottest colour, rose gold, is just the gift for a recent grad. The slim, sleek design makes this laptop easy to tote around, wherever they’re going and will ensure that they remain connected at all times. It’s definitely a splurge but this is the kind of gift that will pay for itself tenfold by giving a young adult the tools to excel in the workforce. Rose Gold MacBook, Apple, $1,549.
2 The Charlie ToteSource: Dagne Dover Credits: Style at Home
The Charlie Tote from Dagne Dover is a simple but sophisticated bag that’s perfect for helping a student graduate to official adulthood. Packed from top to bottom with functionality, it can easily transition from school to first full-time job. Made from pebbled leather and available in four striking colours, this bag combines unexpected details (like the waterproof camouflage lining) with quality touches like the hefty hardware that accents each bag. Any grad with an eye for style will love it! The Charlie Tote, Dagne Dover, $495. The perfect accessory when travelling to one of our Style Destinations!
3 Tumi Smart PowerbankSource: TravelSmith Credits: Style at Home
We all know how attached young people are to their digital devices. Make sure they never run out of juice with this lightweight external charger. Simply sync the powerbank to the Tumi electronics app and it will be able to read the phone’s battery levels, forecast charge and discharge times and locate a lost battery bank. Its sleek form makes this a design-worthy accessory they’ll always want to have in their bag. Tumi Smart Powerbank, TravelSmith, $130.