Everybody loves gifts. It doesn’t really matter if you make a gift for someone you love or you receive one.
The simple act in itself brings happiness on both sides all the time.
But who started it?
When did we begin thinking of giving someone something without expecting anything in return?
Well, you may be surprised to find out that even cavemen did it, so this tradition dates way back in time.
Whether we’re talking about the primitive gifts such as rocks, animal teeth, shells to be worn as jewelry, about the luxurious gifts Egyptians used to make to honor their pharaohs…
..Or we think of the Roman good luck tokens people used to give to one another, the conclusion is simple.
We have always loved offering anything we considered to be valuable to the ones we appreciated and respected.
This remained engraved in our DNA for centuries and centuries to come. And how great it is that we kept doing it!
However, before we get to experience the joy of gifts together with the person we intend to make a present for, we first need to think of one and buy it or make it.
And that proves to be hard sometimes.
Taking your time to come up with the perfect gift, will be very rewarding in the end, but in the meantime, it can seem quite stressful.
If you happen to be wondering about the perfect gifts for a dancer friend, relative or lover, I’m here to guide you through the process.
We, dancers, can seem like a complicated hard to decipher species, but I promise we are not too hard to please.
We’re all artists, we appreciate the very nature of your gesture, the fact that you thought of us in the first place.
However, if you want to be absolutely sure we’ll love the actual gift, I got some ideas that may come in handy next time you just can’t decide between a pink tutu and a way too expensive.
Gifts For Salsa Dancers
Gifts For Swing Dancers
Gifts For Pole Dancers
Viola two piece outfit you could purchase on local high street or sites like etsy.
Whenever you feel in doubt about buying gifts for your dancer loved ones remember that the key of success is showing them you care about their craft.
They will appreciate whatever you buy or make for them that’s somehow related to their dance style because you took the effort to explore what they do in their everyday life.
Their art is who they are and showing interest in that will be very flattering.
People say dancers don’t need wings to fly, but they sure need people who love and support them in order to do that.
So be there for them, be part of their artistic journey and you’ll see how rewarding that feels for both of you in the end.
Remember that your presence and unconditional support is sometimes the most important and precious gift you can give to someone.