This Chinese New Year 2021 is going to be a muted one, however, while we might not be able to visit friends and family, due to the pandemic, that doesn’t mean we can’t send them gifts!
Here are some gift ideas for Chinese New Year 2021, and all, focussing on the most Ox-spicious colour of all, red! After all, it’s is a colour of Ong, and we could use all the good luck we can get this year.
Gifts of style
is your loved one a fashionista? Or perhaps they just need a wardrobe update, heck maybe even you do? With that being said, quite a number of brands too have jumped on the bandwagon to create some festive designs.
Or perhaps it’s not really clothing that is needed, but rather accessories. Well then, check out these items which will have you dripping in swagger. And remember, we won’t be judging you if you’re gifting these to yourself even. First we take a look at some wrist candy to don this Chinese New Year 2021.
Then let’s take it from the top. Sometimes we have to deal with shade, even when it comes to family. What better way than to look stylish while doing so with these pairs of eyewear.
Let’s not forget footwear as well. With plenty of choices out there, this particular pair caught our eyes. What with casual wear becoming more of a norm these days.
Gifts of utility
If there’s a lesson we all learnt from the past year, it’s that looks just don’t cut it. Appearances are fading, and while it does capture the eye, usefulness should be more appealing. Thus, we’ve included some items which you can use this Chinese New Year 2021, which also look good too!
Gifts of health
Don’t forget, health is also wealth! And we’ve definitely come to realise this over the course of last year. hence, don’t forget to include some healthy practices in your lifestyle. And this can be done through giving a gift of encouragement. Perhaps something like these.
Gifts of comfort
Alas, it’s not just the outside that matters. But we also need to feel comfort from within. And what else but these choicest of drinks would help spark that feelings of joy, this Chinese New Year 2021.
Also, a special mention, while not entirely red per se, gin is also a famous drink during Chinese New Year.
However, the Bloody Shiraz gin by Four Pillars does make its way into the list. An exciting combination of gin and red wine, this would be a crowd favourite that goes down easy.