The Most Instagrammable Gifts of the Season, According to a Professional 'Grammer

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In this social media-fueled day and age, sometimes all people really want from Christmas is a pretty, photogenic present. And who better to help us curate that list than a professional Instagrammer?

No, really. Laurise McMillian is the Content Strategy Editor for all of Refinery29's Instagram accounts — in addition to running a pretty successful personal account herself — so she knows a thing or two about what is aesthetically pleasing. Here, her top picks for the most Insta-worthy holiday gifts this season.

Elago AirPods Hanging Case, $15

"This makes the perfect stocking stuffer for literally anyone in your life."

Anthropologie Pearlescent Vase, $32

"This vase looks expensive, but it's under $50!"

Urban Outfitters World's Smallest Vacuum, $15

"White Elephant this mini vac to that one co-worker whose snack drawer treats always end up all over the place."


Piecing Me Together by Renee Watson, $10.49

"Perfect for the young adult in your life who's coming into their own."

Brooklinen Super-Plush Robe, $98

"Your boyfriend's mom will love you forever."

ADAMJK OK Tarot Card Deck, $30

"For the one on your list who could use some good energy in 2020."

Smeg Electric Kettle, $199.95

"This baby will cut any busy bee's morning coffee routine down."

Threshold Leaf Framed Wall Print, Set of 3, $74.99


"The colors in the triptych will go with any color scheme."

Mini Waffle Maker, $18

"Literally EVERYONE likes waffles. Everyone."

Brooklinen Mulberry Eyemask, $27

"For that cousin of yours who's always catching flights."


Katie is a Los Angeles-based writer who covers shopping trends, deals, and product reviews for Hunker. She's written for PureWow, Food Network, and Well+Good. When not online shopping, you can find her collecting vintage glassware or rewatching Nancy Meyers' movies for design inspo.