Market Street Graduation Gift Guide | Market Street - The Woodlands

Market Street Graduation Gift Guide

Summer is debatably the most exciting time of the year! No school, warm weather, vacations, pool days, and of course with that comes graduation season. At Market Street, we understand the stress that comes with finding the perfect graduation gift. It’s not about how much money people spend on gifts. So whether parents decide to make custom t shirt quilts, in the hopes of reminding their kid of their time at college, buy them a Rolex watch, vouchers for new clothes or a car, it’s the thought that will matter when receiving the gift. So we’ve found six (affordable) gifts that you can’t go wrong with!

1)Every grad is bound to obsess over this adorable Vineyard Vines Graduation t-shirt! This “whale”-y soft and a lightweight tee is a gift for guys or girls and will be something they can wear year-round.

2)What better gift to get a grad (high school or college) than a kitchen set for their new place? This Kate Spade Citrus Twist Set is bright, colorful and refreshing, perfect to liven and add a home-y feel to their new apartment.

3)Talk about timeless! This Lucky Brand Torrey Watch is the perfect staple piece for anyone’s jewelry collection, and will (hopefully) help your grad make it to class or work on time!

4)In the wise words of ZZ Top, every girl’s crazy ‘bout a sharp dressed man (especially one in a silk tie)! This chic Bonobos tie comes in 23 colors or patterns and is the “tie”-riffic addition to your grad’s closet.

5)You know what they say, a girl can never have too many body care products, especially when they smell THIS good! This Tory Love Relentlessly Gift Set not only looks pretty in pink but smells even better.

6)We don’t mean to “bag,” but this J. McLaughlin Sailcloth Dopp Kit couldn’t get any better! This sophisticated and multi-purpose bag will stay with your grad from freshman year to graduation, talk about the perfect gift!

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