You barely see them, but that doesn't mean you love them any less. Make their office lives a little easier with these clever gifts.
On him: Sand tonal plaid check super-slim-fit suit ($1,150), Ted Baker printed tie ($95), Strellson micro-pattern dress shirt ($148), Ted Baker stripe panel leather satchel bag ($379), Amanda Christensen printed pocket square ($45, all Gotstyle, 21 Trinity, 416-260-9696, and other, gotstyle.ca), Thrasher-U shoes ($120, Aldo, 332 Yonge, 416-596-1390, and others, aldoshoes.com)
You won’t look like you were burning the midnight oil if you add these Laboratoire Dr. Renaud anti-fatigue tissue masks to your skin care routine ($17, ldrenaud.com).
Add this LG Styler to any corner office to make sure you’re ready for on-the-fly client meetings. The Styler keeps clothes refreshed, presses pants, deodorizes garments and steams for thorough cleaning ($3,199.99, lg.com).
Brighten up their desks with a bouquet from local on-demand flower delivery start-up Tonic Blooms. It’s super reliable and delivers inside Toronto with just two hours notice (from $30, tonicblooms.com).
This stylish 9 to 5 clock will hopefully remind you not to work too many overtime hours this season ($55, Up to You, 1483 Queen East, 416-778-6487, uptoyoutoronto.com).
For those co-workers you really hate: blackmail postcards ($11, Up to You).
For the hard worker who never has time to cook: this locally made Said The King takeout plate ($20, saidtheking.com).
This Work Week sock pack will make sure your feet are covered in cool prints Monday through Friday ($29, Drake General Store, 1144 Queen West, 416-531-5042, and others, drakegeneralstore.ca).
Long hours at your desk can take a toll on health, so add a Humanscale Ballo to your office to keep you on the edge of your seat ($369, humanscale.com).