The holidays are around the corner and that means college students are coming home! So what are the best gifts to give college students?
We picked the perfect products for undergrads to overcome homesickness, stay warm during football games, and be the the most stylish kid at the library.
Check them out here:
Our insanely soft fleece blanket is the coziest way for college students to decorate their dorm room and show off their state pride. Many undergrads are leaving home for the first time, so this fleece blanket is the perfect nap time accessory to cure homesickness.
The Home Baseball T has a sporty cut and vintage print that college kids are going crazy for. This shirt is great for a variety of weather conditions, whether they are going to school in Minnesota or Florida. This shirt is the perfect way to show off state pride with strutting around campus, and look super stylish too!
The Home Decal is a great affordable way for college students to represent their home state! They can add it to their car while driving from class to class or add it to their lap top to have the coolest computer at the library. It's a great conversation starter wherever they go!
If they are going to college where the temperature dips a bit, this hoodie is a must-have. Temperatures can drop below zero and no one wants to give up those amazing football tickets! The inside fleece is softer than a kitten and it is guaranteed to keep college kids warm on game day (all the way to the fourth quarter.)
Every college kids needs a super durable and reliable bag to bring their lap top and books from class to class. A stylish black bag is the perfect accessory for a college kid on the move because it will not get dirty over time like traditional white canvas bags. Did we mention that this bag can carry up to 60 pounds? That's a lot of homework.
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In 2011, Beth Donaldson, mother of two and wife of a police SWAT officer, was busy with work and the day-to-day life of raising two children. But when she was diagnosed with MS at 40, she dedicated herself to making a difference. Now she and her husband Mike run Living MS and are launching a charity bike ride to benefit MS awareness and research.