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It’s the time of year when you contemplate the $100 in your pocket and how you’re going to spend it on your boyfriend without going down the rabbit hole of boring sweaters and gift cards. Your man loves his gadgets, hates to clean, enjoys a good steak, but has the wardrobe of a teenager. How do you thoughtfully address his needs and desires (and perhaps get him to wear a tie) without leaving your couch?
Wantful is here to help. The revolutionary gift-giving service lets you pick from a set of specific descriptors, ranging from the kind of booze he likes to how messy his closet is, and based on your responses and the price point you choose (anywhere from $30 to $500), provides a personalized collection of high-quality gifts from artisan, hard-to-find brands. Wantful then serves up a beautiful catalog of the 16 gifts that best match your boyfriend, which you then gift to him digitally or in printed form, stunningly wrapped in rice paper. He shops your personalized catalog and his chosen gift is shipped directly to him.
Give it a shot and give your significant other something he really wants this year. >>