If you’ve got a few millennials and Gen Xers on your holiday list this year, you should find gifts that, like, ya know, speak to them. This totally dope holiday gift guide features little pieces of 90s nostalgia that will take your holiday shopping from bland to boo ya! Add these to your online shopping list and get them with Cash Back at Ebates.
OMG remember these cups?! If you ever went to a mall food court and asked for a cup for water then totally filled it with soda instead, this iconic print was staring you straight in the eye as you committed beverage theft.
This gift is actually a pretty useful tool. Let’s say your giftee has some friends over and they get into a heated discussion on which was the best high school movie of the 90s. When someone blurts out Can’t Hardly Wait or She’s All That, all your friend need do is point at this lovely wall print. *Mic drop*
Remind your giftee that you’ll be “friends forever” with this Bayside High sweatshirt as worn by the megababes on Saved by the Bell. Whether they were a jock or a Screech back in the day, they will appreciate this little bit of (fictional) school spirit.
Remind them of a simpler time when you could convey your disgust and sarcasm with one non-offensive hand gesture. This little necklace will tell everyone around them that they have eyes and are not afraid to roll them.
Game night just got a little more excellent. Time warp yourself back to the fun of Bayside High with Zack, Screech, Lisa, Kelly, Jessie and AC from the hit television series, Saved by the Bell. Try to play three “pranks” on the other players, then go out on a special date to win! *cue audience woooooooos*
Stop. Hammer Time. This seven-CD box set has 528 minutes and 41 seconds of all the songs you forgot you loved, from Can’t Touch This to Cumbersome. And now you have Cumbersome stuck in your head. You’re welcome.
Don’t you worry. It’s going to be alright. Because he’s always ready. He won’t let you out of his sight. Commemorate the greatest era in acting history with this tantalizing David Hasselhoff poster from Baywatch.
Briana is a shopaholic whose newest obsession is matching top-and-skirt sets (but she also can’t resist a good jumpsuit). She loves rock music, horror movies and is an all-around pop culture junkie. She is, without fail, always down for karaoke. Her blog, Mamafierce, is a chronicle of personal fashion, body positivity and the adventures of motherhood. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband, three-year-old son and tortoiseshell cat, Divvy.