Remember receiving a gift that seemed like a great one however you found that it wasn’t suitable for you or you just had no use for it. With the festive season approaching, you might be tempted to declutter your gift closet and start regifting those unwanted presents.
For those of you who are new to this practice. Regifting or regiving is the act of taking a gift that has been received and giving it to somebody else, sometimes in the guise of a new gift. One example of a formalization of this activity are the white elephant gift exchanges, in which items can be regifted from year to year. (Source: Wikipedia)
Regifting has always been debatable, where it is frowned upon by some and yet wholeheartedly embraced by others. Personally, I am fine with resifting as long as it is done tastefully. Here are some points to take note of if you are intending on regifting a present for this Christmas.