16 Chic Grad Gifts They'll Be More Than Happy to Get

They really do deserve to be spoiled

By Taylor Stephan May 30, 2018 1:00 PMTags
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Your favorite student just accomplished the accomplishment of all accomplishments: graduating.

Maybe it was high school, perhaps they finished college or they could have even gone for it and gotten their masters, or dare we say PhD.

No matter the diploma, now is the time to celebrate the grad and their commitment to their goals. A graduation of any kind proves dedication, perseverance and all that other fun stuff that makes them all the more ready for adulthood. So while you're out there trying to decide on a gift for them, might we suggest you splurge on something a bit more grown-up?

Designer sunnies, fancy wireless headphones, you name it. These chic grad gifts have grown up vibes written all over them!

Designer Sunnies

Gucci GG Oval Sunglasses, $360

Luxurious Throw

BAREFOOT DREAMS® 'In the Wild' Throw, $180

Thematic Cuff Links

CUFFLINKS, INC.Graduation Cap Cuff Links, $55

Chic Luggage

Calpak Ambeur 2-Piece Spinner Luggage Set, $285


Fitbit 'Alta' Wireless Fitness Tracker, $130

Celebratory Phone Case

Recover Class of 2018 iPhone 7/8 & 7/8 Plus Case, $20

Diamond Studs

BONY LEVY 1ct Diamond Stud Earrings, $3,995

Fancy Candy

SUGARFINA Congrats 3-Piece Candy Bento Box, $28

Updated LBD

Aijek Verona Ruffled Dress, $279

Wireless Headphones

BOSE QuietComfort® 35 Wireless Headphones II, $350

New Signature Scent

JO MALONE LONDON™ Wood Sage & Sea Salt Cologne, $135

Limited-Edition Makeup Kit

KARL LAGERFELD + MODELCO Kiss Me Karl Minaudière Mini Lip Kit, $195

It-Girl Bikini

Frankies Bikinis Greer Top, $90

Trendy Handbag

3.1 Phillip Lim Ray Small Flight Bag, $595

Go-With-Everything Heels

Schutz Nellie Heels, $220

14k Gold Anklet

Ariel Gordon Jewelry 14k Gold Figaro Anklet, $170

Makes us want to go back to school...almost. 

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