Gifts for Homebodies

They’d live in pajamas if they could get away with it. Enable them—it’s the holidays
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CASHMERE TOP
Michael Stars, the man who invented the $60 tee, has been expanding his line over the past few years. He’s introduced knits, including cashmere-blend pieces like this comfy pullover, which looks quite respectable when worn outside the house. » $188 at Michael Stars, Malibu, 310-774-5561.
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RECORD PLAYER
Your teenagers recently discovered Dad’s old vinyl collection. With Crosley’s ’60s-inspired “Dansette Jr.” portable turntable (and a stack of LPs), they’ll be spinning themselves silly. » $220 at crosleyradio.com.
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BEANBAG CHAIR
Who could resist sinking into the velvety faux fur of Restoration Hardware’s beanbag chair? The pouf will become everyone’s favorite spot in the house. Be ready to call dibs. » $249 at Restoration Hardware, West Hollywood, 310-652-0323.
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BATHROBE
You both know his tattered robe is on the outs: He’s beginning to look like a character from a Coen brothers movie. A plush, weighty terry cloth wrapper from Derek Rose will have him looking sharp while reading the Sunday paper. » $220 at mrporter.com.
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ROMPER
If they live in Silver Lake, their baby should get used to seeing raccoons. The fuzzy robbers aren’t so cute when they’re trashing the yard, but on this cotton-cashmere onesie from the Bonnie Mob, we can all say “awww.” » $105 at barneys.com.
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CASHMERE PANTS
Even shut-ins want to look fashionable (think Little Edie from Grey Gardens). Michael Stars’s cashmere-blend drawstring pants can be paired with the top above or a dressy T-shirt. » $198 at Michael Stars, Malibu, 310-774-5561.

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