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We’d like to take a moment to echo the jolly man with a full belly laugh and say ha-ha-happy holidays to literally anyone celebrating literally anything this season. Whether it’s around a Christmas tree, in the glow of a menorah, or over a slice of birthday cake, there’s no doubt that this is the season for celebrating something. And, consequently, ‘tis the season for gift giving.
The search for the perfect gift can sometimes feel like a scramble. With so many options and only so much time, narrowing down the list for all those recipients can feel daunting. This year you don’t have to stress eat the rugelach. You can eat the entire batch in perfect peace knowing that we have composed a list of gifts from high quality brands for you to browse. We are as confident as a child who heard the stomps of Santa and saw the glow of Rudolph’s nose last year that you’ll find the right thing for anyone celebrating literally anything this holiday season.
When you give a person something from Ordinary Habit, you are not just putting a bow on a puzzle. You’re giving the gift of time to oneself, a meditative experience, and art. Anybody on your list, we’re certain, will appreciate that.
Collection No. 3 Puzzle Bundle, $180, Ordinary Habit
You don’t have to travel to where the sun is high and hot to achieve a fresh mid-winter glow. Wellness and beauty brand Golde helps us maintain a year round sparkle powered by superfood. Gifting the Golden Glow Kit is like bringing the sun to your nearest and dearest (sans harmful UV rays).
Golden Glow Kit, $58, Golde
Support someone’s strong immune system with a strong stocking stuffer. There’s no sugar added to Llama Naturals’ Elderberry Immunity gummies, and it’ll keep your pals' health on point for that ski trip you have planned.
Elderberry Immunity, $24.95, Llama Naturals
Near sighted, far sighted, 20/20 vision, it’s not hard to see that Felix Gray glasses complete just about any look. Available as readers, non-prescription and prescription lenses, anybody can level up their look thanks to your great eye for style.
Roebling - Amber Toffee, $95, Felix Gray
Look good while doing good. Genusee makes stylish sunglasses out of post-consumer recycled water bottles in Flint, Michigan. According to their website, every purchase “upcycles 15 single-use water bottles.” Don’t wait until summer to sport these sustainable sunglasses. Recipients of your thoughtful gift can block out the rays on a cross-country ski or mid-winter walk.
Crystal Fog +G15, $99, Genusee
We all know somebody that needs to modernize their cooler. For the purpose of chicer picnics or more elegant tailgates there’s Corkcicle’s Eola Bucket Bag that will keep your chillable reds chilled, your PBRs just right, and your non-alcoholic seltzers cool anywhere from the summit of a hiking trail to the lake dock.
Eola Bucket Cooler Bag, $78.72, Corkcicle
If you run in the same circles as a culinary aficionado, chances are you’ve been showered with pies, tasting menus of their own creative curation, and focaccias with heapings of roasted vegetables. Return the favor by sending them a box of farm fresh fruit. Not that we’re advocating to purchase a gift with a selfish agenda *but* you may just receive a fresh plum tart out of it.
Farm Box Membership - 3 lbs, $29.99, Frog Hollow Farm
Reusable stash bags are the new socks. Everybody needs a pair or two. Stasher Bag makes conveniently sized packs to package everything from fresh fruit to sandwiches in. Reusable and made in a variety of colors, lunch just got a little more tasteful.
Mixed Lunch 5-Pack, $44.79, Stasher Bag
Green thumb or not, everybody and every space can benefit from adding a plant to the windowsill. Get your friends into plants with an easy to care for stunner like the ZZ Plant.
ZZ Plant, $52, The Sill
There is somebody in your life who needs that everyday, any occasion kind of shoe. The kind that can sneak by as casual during office hours but can also amp up a suit for swanky events. The Capri in Nuvola shoe by KOIO is that shoe. Italian leather. Suede detailing. Hand painted edges. Don’t be surprised if you see the recipient of this gift in a street style round up.
Capri in Nuvola, $268, KOIO
You’ve heard of Brightland’s olive oil, but how about their vinegars? Not only are their bottles display-on-the-counter worthy, what’s inside is thoughtfully made from fruit grown on family farms. For the friend or family member who loves to wow a crowd with their salad dressings, or just for the person in your life who appreciates soaking sourdough in high quality balsamic vinegar, this is the gift for them.
The Pair, $44, Brightland
It is a best seller, and skin care is self care. If somebody you know is getting into face serums and oils, True Botanicals is the gift that keeps on giving as continuous results leads to a sustainable glow up. Literally.
Pure Radiance Oil, $110, True Botanicals
Guys, we’ve seen your frayed, old, stuffed wallets. And we think it’s time for a new one. ‘Tis the season to gift the kind of wallet that won’t swallow old receipts. The Ridge’s Aluminum Wallet was designed to hold up to 12 cards, and only the necessary ones. It’s described as a minimalist design that isn’t limiting, and best of all it won’t fall apart in the back pocket after years of use.
Wallet, $85, The Ridge