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 Christmas is coming. And in case you haven’t already spent all your cash buying stuff you so desperately needed for yourself– you know that’s a lie– than it’s crunch time for buying the rest of those gifts for all your loved ones. But I bet you’re wondering how in the world are you going to be able to afford buying gifts for your tia, prima and the guy, or girl, you’ve had your eye set on for a while now. Afterall, you don’t want to look like a cheapo, do you?

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Well, fear not! I’ve got some cool gift ideas that won’t break your cochinito and will still look expensive enough to get you a date for New Years.

Gift for your BFF. We both know your bff is the one responsible for how much you drink, and I don’t mean the amount of alcohol you consume on a daily basis, but the amount of days out of the week you do, especially when you’re with him/her. So why not get him/her a Metrokane Rabbit 3-Piece Bar Tool Set for only $29.99? Because if you’re going to be a wino, you might as well be a wino with style. You could find this great deal at WorldMarket.com

A gift for Dad. Aren’t you tired of always seeing your dad wearing the same old holey socks that can stand up on their own? You know it’s time to start getting your dad’s wardrobe moving in the right direction, and what  better place to start than by getting him some new pairs of some fun Happy Socks for only $12 a pair. You could get him some bright colors and patterns that will make a subtle statement and, if you’re willing to look, you could actually get these socks for only $4.99 at stores like TJ Maxx and Marshalls.

A gift for yo Man. Let’s be real here. Most “straight” men haven’t a clue on how to dress, and for that they need all the help they can get. Good thing this year you can help by getting your style-deficient man a really nice, in-style Ultra Light Down Parka from UNIQLO for only $69.99. I know it’s a little on the expensive side, but it is totally worth it. This is a ‘must have’ item this season because it comes in different colors, it’s super warm and it fits in a tiny bag you can carry anywhere.

A gift for Mom. It is a scientifically proven fact that moms love jewelry… okay, I’m lying, but seriously, what Mom doesn’t like jewelry? Just like your Dad, if your mom has been wearing the same one-toned gold bracelet for the past 30 years, than I believe it’s time you help her add a little color. Brighten up her style with a green stone, gold plated Zinnia Bracelet for only $36.75 at stelladot.com

There you have it. Some affordable ideas that will leave a little extra cash to buy yourself a little something, perhaps after Christmas–they have the best sales then. Happy Holidays!

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