This bag has been on my personal wishlist for a little while. Pop & Suki is known for their customizable camera bags and celebrity following. They also offer cheaper gift options like makeup cases ($95), notebooks ($40), phone cases ($35), and luggage tags ($20).
For those vintage cross necklaces you’ve probably been seeing all over Instagram, check out Bagatiba. They have a variety of (mostly gold) jewelry at a wide range of prices with an effortlessly cool vibe. Jessie Andrews, the boss lady who founded Bagatiba, also owns Basic Swim and Jeu Illimite, two other brands you should definitely check out.
Mark & Graham, Blanket Scarf $49
I love blanket scarves. They are super warm and equally as fashionable. This one by Mark & Graham gives you the ability to monogram to your heart’s desire. What else could you want? P.S. Mark & Graham allows you to personalize pretty much anything on their site (apparel, accessories, jewelry, etc.).
Rifle Paper Co., Maps of the World Calendar $26
Rifle Paper Co. has some great creative finds including stationary, office supplies, home goods, and accessories. I’ve bought these illustrated calendars for the past three years and love them. They add a cute, artistic vibe to any room. Rifle Paper Co. is also sold at Anthropologie.
Stefanie Sheehan, Evil Eye Ring $84
Stefanie Sheehan’s evil eye ring is still my favorite ring and I’ve had it for over four years. Her designs are handmade in Long Island and use ethically sourced gemstones. You can find her through her website or on Etsy.
Matt & Nat, Acri Backpack $110
Matt & Nat is one of my favorite sustainable and eco-friendly accessories brands. They are a vegan brand and use no animal products in production. The linings inside each bag are made out of 100% recycled plastic bottles. I have the Central Wallet in Black. They just released a holiday collection that includes an array of beautifully made handbags and backpacks.
Dyptique Paris, Feu de Bois Candle $34-64
Dyptique candles are the luxe, bougie candle every girl dreams of. Obviously there are a bunch of scents you can choose from. The Dyptique holiday collection includes Frosted Forest, Incense Tears, and Fiery Orange. For a classic winter scent, I recommend Feu de Bois, “a sophisticated blend of rare woods that recalls the crackling of an open fire.”
Anthropologie, Homegrown Monogram Mug $8
Any gift from Anthropologie is a pretty safe bet. They have a large assortment of unique home goods and decor. A monogrammed mug from Anthro is unique, budget-friendly, and perfect for any woman on your list. This mug is one of my favorites (other than maybe my narwhal mug – similar here).
Uncommon Goods, Chai Tea Kit $35
Maybe this is just a me thing, but I would love to get a chai tea kit. It’s a super creative gift for fellow chai tea lovers. There are also green tea and iced tea kits available. Uncommon Goods is a relatively new discovery for me and is a great place to find really unique gifts, coffee/tea-related or not.
Dogeared, Maya Angelou bracelet $58
Dogeared has a Maya Angelou collection that delivers a powerful message in the form of handcrafted and timeless jewelry pieces. Two of my favorite featured quotes are “You alone are enough” and “Live life as though life was created for you.”
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