Hipsters are making a move this year away from the Bounty man aesthetic toward a more dapper grunge. Excite even your most disinterested loved ones with one of these hip gift ideas.
Suspenders are "it" in menswear, and the skinnier the better.
We suggest you slip in your own dash of affectionate irony by buying Brooks Brothers; from $98.
No hipster history is complete without at least one impressive coffee table book dedicated to the simple beauty of typography. Our favorites, including this gem available at Amazon.com from $55, are New Vintage Type, the Type Directors Club's Typography Annuals and Typology: Type Design from the Victorian Era to the Digital Age.
Encourage your friends and family to look good and do good with a pair of vintage-inspired Warby Parker specs. For each pair purchased for the bargain price of around $100 for a pair of prescription specs, the innovative brand makes a donation to someone in need.
Available via warbyparker.com from $95
Boomcases allow any audiophile on your list to incorporate an affection for everything vintage.
Custom orders are also available via The Boomcase, starting at around $400 all the way to $4,000.
Help your favorite hipster cure that creative block with this USB bottle opener — inspiration and motivation in the same sleek container-opening container.
Via foodbeast.com; $16
In that same vein, this desktop single-can refrigerator is powered by a simple USB jack. Keep that PBR or Mexican Coca Cola chilled.
Via ThinkGeek; $19.99
Gordon Holden's soft, sarcastic tees send the perfect dual message of distant pop culture amusement and underground artist-made wearable statement art.
Available from gordonholden.com from $55.
These book covers by Pentagram fuse classic literature with contemporary art. Designed by Angus Hyland, these re-imagined covers of Virginia Woolf classics for Penguin are available at penguin.co.uk for £14. (Double plus for pound pricing)
Make those poignant Instagram portraits a hard-copy reality with the Photo Cube, a portable straight-from-your iPhone printer that creates 4 by 6-inch, 300 dpi frameable hard copies.
Available from Staples; $99.99.
Slouchy socks in boots are all the rage this fall. Keep your hipster friends and family looking, well, hip through the holiday with these slouchy tall socks from Free People; $10
Even if hipsters are abandoning the wanton facial hair look, they can keep their beards close in the Neff Beardo Beanie, which makes keeping your face up hair-sterical.
Available via Zumiez.com; $27.95