2023 Conservative Woman’s Gift Guide: Friend

Finding a friend with whom you can share both brunch and conservative values is one of the best parts of college, but your annual Christmas gift exchange can be more stressful than fun if you’re not sure what to get your bestie. NeW is here to help, though! We have an array of gifts for every budget that your conservative friend will love.

BFF Heart Christmas Ornament Set – $24.00  

Show your bestie love with this adorable ornament set! This year, the girls are trading best friend heart necklaces for best friend heart ornaments, and it couldn’t be cuter. Bonus—this set includes a part you get to keep too! 

J’Adore Conservateur Tee – $30.00 

The Conservateur is our favorite place to find high-fashion stories and merchandise, and there’s no better way to show how much tu adorés your conservative bestie than giving her the J’Adore Conservateur tee! 

Monthly Audible Premium Plus Subscription – $14.95 

A conservative woman is an enlightened woman, and what better path to enlightenment is there than reading? While busy schedules aren’t always conducive to sitting down to read, Audible allows you to listen to virtually any book on the go! You may even find that you want a subscription for yourself so you and your conservative bestie can listen to the same book and discuss—#bringbackbookclubsin2024 

Make America Hot Again Hat – $45  

If you and your conservative bestie are two bougie girls, the Conservateur’s Make America Hot Again Hat is the perfect gift! This cheeky hat hearkens back to a simpler time when America was hot and gas prices were low. 

Cuteservative Sweatshirt – $15.00 

Is your bestie a cuteservative? A cinnamon roll? Perhaps, if she’s over 21, a cocktail squirrel? If so, your favorite Poplitics fan will love this Cuteservative Sweatshirt to rep her values and how dang cute she is. 

NeW Buttons (Set of 3) – $5.00 

Help your bestie rep her favorite group on campus with NeW buttons! Grab this set of three that’s perfect for backpacks, tote bags, denim jackets, and everything in between. 

This blog post was written by Darien Barrera, NeW Fall 2023 Communications Intern.



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