Your Boody Gift Guide!

Caitlin Dijamco November 18, 2020
Your Boody Gift Guide!

By: Daisy Hemmen

While giving (and receiving!) gifts is certainly a Holiday season perk, let’s face it - it can also be very overwhelming. This is something that Boody really understands! To help, we’ve created this Boody gift guide, which has been thoughtfully cultivated to have something for everyone, and at affordable prices. Read on to see how you can flourish this Holiday season, regardless of who you’re shopping for or budget!


What’s better than receiving several items from a brand you love? We say not much - which is why we’ve organized these gift ideas into bundles organized by price points. You may notice the styles are also separated by “men’s” and “women’s”, but these bundles are inclusive to all! 

His New Favorite Undergarments  ~$30

Whether it be for Dad, Brother, Grandpa, a friend or significant other, our Men’s Boxer and Business Sock are a great duo for a gift. 

Her Matchy Matchy Undie Bundle ~$30

Just about every woman would be thrilled to receive a matching bra and undie set, especially an uber-comfy and soft one! Boody’s Shaper Bra (or Padded Shaper Bra) + matching bamboo underwear of choice has got you covered for this one. We know that undie preference greatly varies, which is why we have a range of styles to choose from! Among Boody’s G-String, Brazilian Bikini, Hipster Bikini, Classic Bikini, Boyleg Brief, Midi Brief, and Full Brief, there’s guaranteed to be a undie style she adores. 

Boody $30 Gift BundleHis Anything-But-Basic Basics ~$60

We’ve selected Men’s Crew Neck and Men’s Boxer as the perfect middle-price bundle. Soft and cozy, these two will be the everyday essentials he is always reaching for.

Her Bundled-Up Bundle ~$60

With the colder months approaching, this bundle is just on time! Gift a gift to keep her warm and stylish with our Long Sleeve Bodysuit + Fringed Hem Scarf.

Boody $60 Gift GuideHis Ready For Anything Bundle ~$100

This bundle is (just about) the full monty! When he puts on our Men’s Boot Sock, Men’s Boxer,  and Men’s Long Sleeve T-Shirt, he’ll be ready for anything.

Workout In Style & Comfort Activewear Bundle $100

Nothing’s more motivating to workout in than a matching activewear set. You know what they say, when you look good, you feel good! Give this boost of confidence and motivation to a friend, mom, sister, or significant other, with our new Active Blended High-Waisted (¾) Leggings with Pockets and Racerback Sports Bra (we recommend getting the matching color for maximum feel-goodness)!

Boody $100 Gift Bundle

Her Luxe Lounge Bundle ~$250

Amazing loungewear is a 2020 essential, and this bundle will give her everything she needs for her ideal cozy day or night. Featuring our Goodnight Raglan Sleep Top, Goodnight Sleep Pant, Downtime Lounge Top, Downtime Lounge Pant, and Goodnight Night Dress, this bundle offers her options. Who doesn’t love that?!

Boody $250 Gift bundle

Her Above and Beyond Bundle $500

Want to give her a gift that’s absolutely above and beyond? We’ve got the exact bundle you need! Her Above and Beyond Bundle is stacked with a matching Shaper Bra + Undie set for her undergarments, Goodnight Sleep Pant + Goodnight Raglan Sleep Top for her best night’s sleep, Downtime Lounge Pant for around the house or running errands, Racerback Active Tank + Racerback Sports Bra + Active Long Sleeve Hooded T-Shirt + Active Blended High-Waisted Full Leggings with Pockets for a stylish and comfortable workout or athleisure moment, and of course our Chunky Bed Socks and Cozy Knit Wrap to top off all the other soft and cozy items in this bundle! This is a gift she’ll be thanking you for for days to come. 

Boody $500 Gift Bundle

 There you have it - Boody’s 2020 gift guide! Keep us in the loop - we’d love to hear what you end up selecting as your go-to Boody gifts this season.

From the Boody family to you, we wish you all a wonderful rest of 2020!

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Soil Association. What is organic cotton?  USDA. Conservation and Biological Diversity in Organic Production. About the Author: Heather Bien is a copywriter and writer based in Washington, DC. She works with retail, ecommerce, and creative brands on their website copy and digital presence, and her freelance writing has appeared on MyDomaine, Apartment Therapy, The Everygirl, and more. When she's not with laptop and coffee in hand, you'll find her planning her next weekend getaway, working on her budding green thumb, or scouting for her next great vintage find.