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With 10 cities and more than 100 housewives, the Real Housewives is by far Bravo’s most popular franchise. This, of course, explains why we’re always on the hunt for the best gifts for Bravo and Real Housewives fans come the holiday season.
The Real Housewives premiered in 2006 with The Real Housewives of Orange County. Since then, Bravo has introduced nine other Real Housewives cities: The Real Housewives of New York City, The Real Housewives of Atlanta, The Real Housewives of New Jersey, The Real Housewives of D.C., The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, The Real Housewives of Miami, The Real Housewives of Potomac, The Real Housewives of Dallas, and Bravo’s newest iteration, The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City, which premiered in November 2020. Though D.C. and Miami were canceled in 2010 and 2013 respectively, the Real Housewives franchise—and its spinoffs, such as Vanderpump Rules—continues to be a juggernaut for Bravo. And as Bravoholics know, there’s no one who loves merch more than Real Housewives fans.
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To make holiday shopping a bit easier, we rounded up the best gifts for Bravo and Real Housewives fans we could find, from games based around your favorite Real Housewives to Bravo-themed ornaments. Bravoholics in your life will definitely want these Bravo and Real Housewives gifts.
Sip out of this mug with some of the best quotes from Vanderpump Rules.
Let friends be greeted first thing before stepping into your home with this Bravo welcome mat.
Bring friends together this winter with this Real Housewives take on Monopoly.
Who says adults can have a coloring book, especially if it contains iconic moments and quotes from the hit shows?
Stocking stuffer, anyone?
You’ll be surprised by how quickly this sturdy tote bag becomes your go-to.
Spot another reality TV fan in the wild with this ‘Reality TV Is My Favorite Sport’ sweatshirt. It’s available in sizes small through 3X.
Feel like a Real Houswife in your own home with Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Garcelle Beauvais’ palm table runner with tassels. The runner comes in four color combinations—Rustic Tin & Paradise Pink; St. Marc Blue & Paradise Pink; Sweet Banana & Peaceful Papaya; and Sweet Banana & Perfect Pearing—and are themed after Garcelle’s hometown of Saint-Marc, Haiti.
Literie’s Real Housewives candle collection is a must-have for any Real Housewives fans. The Your Favorite Housewives bundle comes with five candles themed around five iconic moments and lines from the Real Housewives franchise: “Money Can’t Buy You Class,” a paper and linen scent inspired by RHONY LuAnn de Lesseps’ iconic song; “September, Spring, Summer,” a grass and juniper scent inspired by RHOA Sheree Whitfield’s fan-favorite line; “Go to Sleep!”, a fresh lavender scene inspired by RHONY Bethenny Frankel’s memorable quote; “Flipping Tables,” a cedar and suede scent inspired by RHONJ Teresa Giudice’s famous moment; and “Nine Lemons in a Bowl,” inspired by RHOC Shannon Beador’s viral home decor.
Feel like you were invited to RHONJ Teresa Giudice’s wedding to Luis Ruelas with the exact same flowers she used in her wedding invitation. Rose Box’s custom four roses jewelry box—which Teresa used in white for her show-stopping wedding invitation—comes four of the brand’s signature long-lasting real roses in a one-of-a-kind, decorative acrylic box that can be uses for jewelry, accessories and other display items long after the roses are gone.
For more about the Real Housewives, check out Brian Moylan’s 2021 book, The Housewives: The Real Story Behind the Housewives. The New York Times bestseller gives fans an inside look into the Real Housewives franchise—which includes shows in Orange County, New York City, Atlanta, New Jersey, Miami, Beverly Hills, Potomac, Dallas and Salt Lake City—and the behind-the-scenes drama viewers didn’t seen on screen. Written by Vulture’s Brian Moylan, The Real Story Behind the Real Housewives, which includes interviews from Real Housewives producers and Housewives, is a deep dive into all the Real Housewives secrets Bravo doesn’t want fans to know.
The Real Story Behind the Real Housewives
Who said the perfect Real Housewives gift doesn’t exist? This pill case incorporates RHONY Ramona Singer’s iconic season 5 line: “Take a Xanax! Calm Down!” Ramona says the line when Aviva Drescher crashes the housewives’ vacation in St. Barts with her husband.
Up your coffee table game with these mugshots, which are printed with the mugshots of RHONYs Leah McSweeney, Luann de Lesseps, Sonja Morgan and Tinsley Mortimer.
Wear your Bravo love loud and proud with this simple Bravoholic sweatshirt that also comes in gray.
Test your Real Housewives knowledge with this “Guess Who?” game. Instead of your usual “Guess Who?” cast of characters, this game has players guessing iconic housewives, such as Dorinda Medley, Kyle Richards and Lisa Rinna.
No Bravoholic’s Christmas is complete without these RHOA ornaments of iconic Atlanta Housewives moments, such as Porsha Williams telling Kenya Moore “Bye, ashy!” and Sheree Whitfield’s fan-favorite line, “Who gon’ check me boo?”
Wear your Bravo love with comfort in this hoodie that incorporates Dorinda Medley’s “I’ll tell ya how I’m doin, not well bitch!” which she says to Sex and the City author Candace Bushnell at a dinner party.
Let’s face it. The Real Housewives are our lords and saviors. Light these candles for the holidays. These Real Housewives saint candles include the faces of housewives like Kyle Richards and iconic lines like, “You’re such a fucking liar, Camille.”
Though Vanderpump Rules isn’t a Real Housewives show, it is a spinoff of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. This “Guess Who?” game is jam-packed with Vanderpump Rules characters such as Tom Sandoval, Scheana Marie and Stassi Schroeder.
These Vanderpump Rules pencils are the perfect present for any Bravo-loving students in your life. Each pencil is engraved with an iconic line from the reality show, such as James Kennedy’s “It’s not about the pasta!”
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