13 Mostly Affordable Gifts for Your Friend Who Is So Extra

Check out the full Hunker Holiday Gift Guide for more ideas and inspo. Whether you're shopping for midcentury modern lovers, ceramic fiends, self-proclaimed foodies, or budding astrologers, we can help.

We all have that one friend. You know the one — always dressed to the nines and ready for a good time, no matter where they are or who they're with. People are still talking about their birthday party months later and wondering what they'll do to top it next year. Always ahead of the curve, the oh so extra friend can be tough to shop for come holiday time. To help, we've done our best to find statement-making, mostly affordable gifts they'll actually love.

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These queens are the best at being over the top.

Lord knows they've got a LOT of them.

No, but seriously, it's about time they have their own show.

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Cold Picnic's classic torso bathmat but in limited edition pink?! They'll die.

dyson supersonic hair dryer
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Every day should be a great hair day.

A stylish and statement-making addition to their velvet sofa.

A gift everyone on their commute will benefit from!

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Chill nights at home should still be luxurious.

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We can hear them squealing "OMG IT'S SO CUTE!!" from here.

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A 1000-piece puzzle that even Marie Antoinette would enjoy.

red carpet manicure kit
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Now they can switch up their manicure color once a week without going broke.

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Their preferred greeting in florescent pink neon.

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Because terrazzo is still totally hot.


Amelia McDonell-Parry

Amelia McDonell-Parry

I'm a freelance writer and reporter for outlets like Rolling Stone, the Village Voice, BUST, Nylon, Woolly, and the Appeal, a podcast host for Undisclosed, and once upon a time, I was the founding editor of The Frisky.