Regifting is a perfect save when you’re in a crunch and need a present, but it can easily backfire.
Miss Lora, etiquette expert and author of Y’all Are Rude!, has some key advice on what NOT to do when regifting.READ MORE: Sarasota County Sheriff's Office Drug Lab Earns Accreditation
Don’t Give a Gift That Makes No Sense | Think about the person. Try to envision the person using the gift.
Don’t Regift in the Same Circle of Friends/Family | When you receive a gift that you’re not fond of, put a note on it with the name of the person who gave it to you. This will help you avoid regifting to someone in the same circle.READ MORE: The City Of Tampa Appoints New Manager Of Housing And Community Development
Don’t Keep the Original Wrapping | Reused wrapping is a BIG RED FLAG. It screams “Regift!” Sped a couple of bucks to buy some new wrapping to make the gift unique to the new receiver.
The Best Regifting Items
- Gift cards – with a FULL balance
Hope this helps!