If you’ve ever stopped by the store, you know that we are a small group of women. That being said, we spend a lot of time during the holidays talking about what we are buying as gifts, and what we are hoping to receive as gifts. No other gift guide that we create is as tried and true as this one, which is a list of things that we are all personally obsessed with.
- 1. Mischa Lampert hats are new to the shop this season, and we couldn’t be more excited! Mischa spins her own wool yarn, then hand knits each of these hats in her studio in New York City. We have two styles available – ear flaps, or no ear flaps – all with a big fur pom on the top to keep your winter style whimsical.
- 2. Women love to be pampered, and bath bombs are that little bit of extra that make can at-home baths feel like a soak at the spa. Stuff her stocking with as many as will fit!
- 3. Diamonds? Did we hear diamonds? If you want to really knock it out of the park, pick her up a piece of statement jewelry from S. Carter Designs. The piece shown is a found obsidian arrowhead, flanked by Tahitian pearls – and yes, all those diamonds are real.
- 4. We are not secretive about our love of Japanese clothing lines and the signature oversized silhouettes they deliver here at Roxie Daisy. We’ve already been singing the praises of our new line, Ichi Antiquities, but we didn’t think this guide would be complete without it. These pieces are fabric forward and effortless to wear. Plus every woman loves an expanding wardrobe.
- 5. John Derian’s classic decoupage trays make for a striking gift to anyone on your list, but we put them here, because every lady loves a good tray to lay her trinkets in.
- 6. Whether the woman in your life works in an office, or works from home, she’s sure to appreciate a Farmhouse Pottery sheepskin to throw over the back of her chair – and if she doesn’t need a work-chair upgrade, she’ll still appreciate it as a stylish addition to the home.
- 7. Keep her comfy and cute all winter in these incredible, furry alpaca slippers from Ariana Bohling.
- 8. Foraged Flora is a crazy beautiful how-to on creating unique arrangements all year round using locally foraged plants and flowers. Besides being interesting, it is just downright gorgeous eye candy. Pro tip: Karen is giving this to two special people on her list this year, so you know it’s a good one 😉
- 9. Richmond native, Elizabeth Few hand dyes each piece of silk with natural, botanical elements. The floral and plant pieces are layed out in a pattern and once the process is complete, each one-of-a-kind piece retains some of the natural forms that created it.