Ever thought about gifting a pair of period pants? It may not be the first thought that comes to mind. But after this, I bet you’re going to have a light bulb moment and feel smug that you’re going to be giving the gift of the year and will be setting a trend that never ends.
So why are period pants the most 'thoughtful gift your loved one will cherish forever'?
- It’s thoughtful.
- They last. For a long time.
- They become an essential part of someone’s life, monthly.
You, your friend, sibling, or loved one is going to bleed for up to 10 years on their period. Imagine being able to simply put on a pair of WUKA period pants and just bleed into them, comfortably and confidently knowing you won’t leak - which is a common fear or concern when you’re out and about on your period.
Gifting a pair of WUKAs isn’t far from buying a pair of knickers as a Christmas present. There’s just an extra layer of thought that goes behind receiving period pants. With a variety of styles available and flows, a pair of gifted WUKAs will have their own space in the underwear drawer.
And to make things even better, they’re sustainable! Planet-saving periods are a thing.
They last. For a long time.
Receiving gifts can be a hit or miss. But it’s always going to be a hit with WUKA. Why? Because they’re an item you use all-year-round, whenever you’re on your period. WUKAs will last for up to 2+ years and hold so much sentimental value. They can be with you on a date, sports match, first job interview, wedding day or a day where you just need that extra TLC.
They become an essential part of someone’s life, monthly.
Quite literally. WUKAs will be your new period pal. And find a place in your heart, and underwear drawer too.
Think about the last time you opened a gift, a wave of ‘Oh my gosh!’ and warmth filled your heart. Or think about the time you opened a gift and wished it was something you’d use. If you’re a WUKA wearer, you’ll know exactly how good it feels to have a pair. Now imagine your friend feeling that way too. Brings a smile to your face, doesn’t it?