Sugar Baby Gift Etiquette: Get Her Gifts That Look Expensive & Exotic On A Shoestring Budget
Now we’re into the part that makes a lot of men leery of trying to meet younger women. The parts about meeting and impressing a girl are all well and good, but what do you do when it comes to actually giving the kinds of gifts that sugar babies will expect? After all, you did meet her on a sugar daddie dating website!
We’ve got you covered.
It is totally possible to give a nice gift that looks excellent, exotic, and hard to find to your sugar baby. The trick is remembering that the girls you’re meeting aren’t just there for the money—they’re coming for the experience, the lifestyle, the feeling of dating an older, successful, experienced, refined man exactly like you are.
You’re giving the experience—not the money.
With that in mind, it makes it a lot easier to get your sugar baby something that speaks of everything you want to convey about your life. Here’s how you go about getting her a gift.
Go to etsy.com.
If you don’t know etsy, it’s a site where people can sell their handmade crap. A lot of them do custom work.
Jewelry is always the best idea. This is true for buying things for sugar babies, and it doesn’t really matter what kind you get. You can get stuff for really cheap, usually under $10, that looks exotic and interesting.
It doesn’t have to look fancy.
Remember, it’s all about the attitude, and the lifestyle you’re selling. A collection of beads and shells and cheap stones is fine, as long as it doesn’t look mass-produced. Now, after you find the jewelry for probably about the same price as a good cup of coffee, here’s the important part.
Sell her a story.
Tell her that the jewelry was bought on a boating trip to a remote South Asian island. Bali is a nice suggestion. Anywhere in Indonesia or the Philippines will work.
She won’t see it as a piece of cheap jewelry. Girls have great imaginations. She’ll be thinking of how great it would be to go boating with this smart, rich, successful man, not about whether the piece of jewelry is any good. If it falls apart, you can just shrug. It’s not your fault it wasn’t well-made.
It’s best if you have a story ready before you give it to her. Don’t go overboard and say some kid gave it to you as a reward from saving him from drowning or anything. Stick to something believable, like that you were out boating all day and stopped at a little island and saw a local market.
If you can sell this jewelry as a piece of your life, instead of just a piece of plastic and shells, you’ve got her right where you want her. She’ll be too busy thinking about the cool places you two can go, the life she could live, and the amazing things she’ll get to see and do to focus on exactly what kind of jewelry you gave her.
Some good choices include bracelets, necklaces, and earrings. To be adventurous, go for an anklet or toe rings. These seem a little more exotic and interesting to a girl that comes from a background without much culture or money.