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What to choose to go with the turkey and fixings
Lani Rosenstock Inlander, Owner & Chief Stylist for "Real Life Style" has gift ideas for the kids/teens in your life:
- Boys: Anything with skull and crossbones, camouflage (especially in surprising color combos) or a super hero theme
- Girls: Anything with hearts, bows, lips and sequins
These are all available at On Cloud 9 at Potomac Woods Shopping Center in Potomac, Md. (no e-commerce)
- Liquid Leggings by Zara Terez $42 and $48 - Shiny "liquid looking" leggings with crazy prints on them like donuts, fruit loops, plaids and stripes, balloon animals outer space prints. The crazier the better.
- Rainbow Loom (rubber band jewelry making kit) - These are the new silly bandz. Available at On Cloud 9 or Michael's craft stores. Around $20 for kit.
- Butter Super Soft hoodies and sweat pants (around $100 for hoodies and $60 for the sweat pants)
The Fuel band from Nike is a great gift idea for the teenager in your life. (Courtesy Nike.com)
- Nike Elite basketball socks and Nike Vapor Football socks $14 to 18, brightly colored, padded socks
- Graphic tees (around $30) from Urban Outfitters store or website
- Flannel button down shirts from Urban Outfitters or Nordstrom - all price points. Grunge is back.
Teen Boys and Girls
Fuel band from Nike: New SE version was just released, comes in bright colors and syncs in real time with your iPhone, $149, tracks physical movement and you can share the info with your friends across social media platforms.
Listen to all of Inlander's gift ideas below:
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