December 05, 2013

gift guide: for the girl who has everything

gift guide: for the girl who has everything

With Christmas just around the corner, I've basically finished my shopping with the exception of a few people and it feels good to be almost done, but I know there are those that are just getting started. Here's a few suggestions of mine ranging from low to high end prices, some very practical gifts and some luxury, and some for the fashion, food, home, or tech obsessed. I hope with all these bases covered you get some inspiration to buy for the girl(s) who has everything.

1. A nicely constructed weekender in canvas and leather. (Everlane, $95)

2. The perfect mini eye and lip palette in flattering colors for anyone. (Bobbi Brown, $30)

3. Minimalist wool coat with leather sleeves, or go for basic black or camel. (Aritzia, $350-$450)

4. Silpat silicone cookie sheet liners, excellent to bake on, and tucks away for easy storage. (Williams Sonoma, $21.95-$24.95

5. For the woman that loves a little glitz and glamour, you can't go wrong with this cuff. (David Yurman, $550-$750)

6. This little bluetooth speaker packs a punch, the sound quality makes you feel like you're right there watching your favorite artist live, can travel with you anywhere, and comes in a range of fun colors. (Photive Cyren, $49.95)

7. There's nothing better than a pair of boots that get better with age. (Frye, $288)

8. You can never have too many dutch ovens and this one is a real winner, it's French made, comes in an array of beautiful colors, and differs from Le Creuset and other brands from it's self-basting dimples on the lid, black enamel, and comes standard with metal hardware. I love mine and would highly recommend investing in one. (Staub, $338)

9. There's no one who wouldn't love these hand-blown, beautifully crafted glass votives and they donate part of their proceeds to charity. (Glassybaby, $44)

10. Warm feet never hurt anyone, especially during the colder months and these wool ones work with your body temperature to keep you more regulated. (Smartwool, $24)

11. A throw blanket is essential to relax in at home and I could not recommend this classic brand more for it's heritage, quality, and cool patterns. (Pendleton, $188-$228)

12. These candles are such a treat, why not gift her with ten of them from this adorable gift set? (Diptyque Candle Set, $130)

13. Personalized stationery is chic, unexpected, and something you wouldn't normally buy for yourself not to mention it shows you put some thought into picking the design. (Minted, $35)

14. Sure everyone has a reusable water bottle these days, but do they have this super sleek stainless steel one that will keep your drinks hot or cold for days? (Klean Kanteen, $24.95-$29.95)

15. Noise canceling headphones with amazing sound quality, DJ approved. Great for travel on noisy planes or trains and in the office to block out any distracting noises. (Audio Technica, $150-$350)


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  2. I have checked out all of your gifts guide, It's very fantastic and exclusive gift idea. I love this products as gits and want to purchase few of them. jewelry and bag is in my wish list. Thanks for sharing such a post.