Our high school intern and soon-to-be graduate Rixey Moore gives more ideas for graduation gifts for everyone on your list.  -The Eds.

Smathers and Branson is the only known company to make collegiate needlepoint products. Its wallets are wildly popular among boys and can be customized by college. You can purchase one at smathersandbranson.com and they are priced at $115. A less expensive option would be a key chain, below, at $25.

Francesca’s Collections on the fourth floor of the Towson Town Center has a huge selection of these trendy necklaces that have had high school girls crazed. The average price for the necklaces is $25.00. Francesca’s is also notorious for its frequent buy-one-get-one-free deals with its jewelry.

As ties go, boys like Vineyard Vines  — and girls like to see them wearing them! They can be purchased at Cohen’s Clothiers for $75. The Ravens and Orioles versions are a great way to take a little bit of Baltimore to college.

These initial charm necklaces can be found at South Moon Under in the Kenilworth Mall. The initial disk is $28, the charm is $18 and the chain is $24. Make it a special graduation gift by adding charms to the necklace in the graduate’s high school colors, or skip the charm or use an alternate chain for a less expensive version.

Tervis Tumblers are cool and useful for students tailgating next year! The tumblers have a lifetime guarantee and also provide a nice headstart to apartment life. They can be customized to any college and can be ordered online at www.tervis.com. This tumbler is $13.

See last week’s Graduation Gift Guide – Part I