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I need help with naming my Christmas gift sets!

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Rae34 Tue 17-Nov-20 17:13:14

Hi all,

I run a business of different gifts for men and women and I am making sets in an effort to sell more. Really struggling with gift set names that will appeal to men though.

For sets so far I've got Candy Cane Duo, Silver Bells, Meet me under the mistletoe, Naughty or Nice.

Any more for men you could help with?

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JuliaJohnston Tue 17-Nov-20 17:15:10

What's in them? Silver bells (for example) conveys nothing to me, it could be literally anything.

Rae34 Tue 17-Nov-20 17:30:11

Silver will include 3 silver and grey coloured products that match quite well.

We have products with lots of colours. Red, green, blue, grey and beige colours mainly. A few pink and brown.

It is really the male sets I am struggling with

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TheVeryHungryTortoise Tue 17-Nov-20 17:33:06

It's hard to not just give generic Christmas phrases without a little more information about what these products are.

Kaboomba Tue 17-Nov-20 17:35:12

What line are you in? Like skin care, food, jewellery. That might help narrow down ideas for you!

Rae34 Tue 17-Nov-20 17:36:38

Sorry trying not to give away too much

Clothes and accessories mainly for autumn and winter

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Rae34 Tue 17-Nov-20 17:37:31

I like the way Lush names some of its sets, santa baby and so on, but dont see that sort of thing being appealing for mens sets

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Rae34 Tue 17-Nov-20 17:41:33

We have a few great red products, what I would imagine a modern stylish Santa wearing. But I'm drawing a blank.

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Kaboomba Tue 17-Nov-20 17:47:41

Jingle all the way
Jingle balls (thinking socks in a bauble type thing)
Ice ice baby
Get Lit (Christmas light theme)
Son of a nutcracker

Hope these are of use!

1forAll74 Tue 17-Nov-20 17:53:47

I don't know any men who would like fancy coloured gift sets. They usually like a six pack of beer and some ciggs or some cigars.

JuliaJohnston Tue 17-Nov-20 17:56:20

Nobody buys gift sets for their cutsie names, tbh. Especially if they're clothes!

TeaMeBasil Tue 17-Nov-20 17:57:56

Whatever the products are I think you should definitely name one set Son of a Nutcracker - that proper made me laugh 😂

That may be my new festive swear. Up until now it was going to 'Sweeeet Christmas' in the style of Luke Cage

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