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11/25/2015 09:23 am ET | Updated Oct 21, 2016

The Best Tech Gifts For The Most Stylish People In Your Life

They are out-of-this-world cool.

It's no secret that we live in a technology filled world. So it comes as no surprise that many of us are on the lookout for the latest-and-greatest gadgets and gizmos. And the holidays are the perfect time to indulge in the coolest -- and most stylish -- tech gear on the market. 

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Gone are the days where you had to sacrifice fashion for function. There's now wearable tech that could be mistaken for fine jewelry and personal sound systems that double as decorative art. 

With that said, we've rounded up some of the best looking tech gifts we could find. Check 'em out below and tell us know which ones you love in the comments section. 

 

  • 1
    Mira
    You can view your wellness stats on the go with this chic bracelet's LED display capsule. Pop out the capsule and clip it to your clothes for more vigorous activity.  

    To buy: Mira bracelet, $169.
  • 2
    FRENDS
    These look great already, but you can also switch out the decorative headphone caps for other eye-catching designs. Plus, these beauties fold up small enough to fit in your clutch. Genius. 

    To buy: FRENDS x BaubleBar "Layla" headphones, $175.
  • 3
    Misfit
    This bold, beautiful and oh-so-affordable fitness tracker measures both your activity and your sleep. 

    To buy: Misfit "Flash" band, $30.
  • 4
    Vinaya
    Stop reaching for your phone every second and wear this beautiful platinum-plated, black ceramic stone necklace instead. It gently vibrants for only the most urgent notifications.

    To buy: Altruis "Cleopatra" necklace, $430. 
  • 5
    Vifa
    Although this might look like a purse, it's actually a fabric covered speaker. Its good looks are only rivaled by its superior sound quality -- and the chic leather handle ensures that it's just as mobile as you are. 

    To buy: Vifa "Helsinki" speaker, $449.
  • 6
    J.Crew
    If a stylish pocket square and a fancy leather iPhone case had a baby then this would be their awesome offspring. Basically, this clever item (designed by "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon) disguises your cell phone as a pocket square and 100% of the proceeds go to helping preserve Africa's wildlife. 

    To buy: J.Crew x Jimmy Fallon "The Pocket Dial" case, $48.
  • 7
    Ringly
    This smart cocktail ring only notifies you about the people, emails and phone calls that matter the most. So, no need to pull out your phone every two seconds. Cheers to that! 

    To buy: Ringly semi-precious stone rings, $195.
  • 8
    Master
    Crafted with stainless steel and real lambskin leather -- not plastic -- these wireless beauts could be considered the Rolls Royce of headphones. 

    To buy: Master & Dynamic MW60 wireless headphones, $549.
  • 9
    Rebecca Minkoff
    Sometimes all you need is your phone, a credit card and some cash. Thankfully that's exactly what fits in this cute and compact crossbody. 

    To buy: Rebecca Minkoff "M.A.C" phone crossbody, $80.
  • 10
    Apple
    Our favorite portable speaker just got a much needed makeover. Not only does it look and sound better, but now you can link the Bluetooth sound system with other speakers and smart phones. 

    To buy: Beats Pill+ speaker, $230.
  • 11
    Wisewear
    Gotta love a smart bracelet that tracks your health and wellness -- and looks just as fabulous with a pair of yoga pants as it does with a party dress. 

    To buy: Wisewear "The Calder" bracelet, $300.
  • 12
    Tinsel
    It's part statement necklace, part headset -- and with just a few maneuvers, this head-turning accessory opens up to reveal a set of earbuds. 

    To buy: Tinsel "The Dipper" audio necklace, $175.
  • 13
    Foreo
    Washing your face never looked so good. This palm-sized skincare device's gentle pulsations help absorb cleansing products and delivers visibly brighter, more radiant skin.

    To buy: Foreo "Luna Mini" facial cleanser, $139.
  • 14
    Echo Design
    We'd want to rock these chic gloves whether they had eLink touchscreen technology or not. But boy are we glad that they do. 

    To buy: Echo leather colorblock touch gloves, $78.
  • 15
    Fifty Three
    Behold, a Bluetooth rechargeable stylus dubbed ‘Pencil,’ that’s customized to work in tandem with the Paper drawing app. Time to get creative. 

    To buy: Fifty Three "Pencil" digital stylus, $60.
  • 16
    Vector
    This impressive timepiece tracks your steps, distance, calories burned as well as the duration and quality of your sleep. Plus, it has a 30-day battery life. Bam! 

    To buy: Vector "Meridian" smart watch, $249.
  • 17
    Recover
    No matter what music you're playing it's going to sound good coming out of this portable, satin coated polycarbonate and genuine wood speaker. 

    To buy: Recover "The Outlier" wireless wood speaker, $80.
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