holiday gift guide

Any time someone asks me what I want to find under the Christmas tree I get all flustered. I have a hard enough time trying to keep tabs on what everyone else wants without stopping to consider what I might like to rip open.

I decided to put together a little list of things on my favorites lists to refer to the next time this question is thrown my way. So if you know any ladies like me (writing geeks with a love of comfort, I guess?), this is the holiday gift guide you’ve been waiting for. 😉
holiday gift guide

Choke Shirt Company Brella raglan pullover (on sale right now on Fab!). Fun print + coziness = win, right?

This Is How You Lose Her by Junot Diaz. I loved The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao and Diaz’s latest book has gotten similarly fabulous reviews.

This journal from Denik (designed by Roo from Nice Girl Notes) makes me giggle every time I see it. Added bonus? $1 from each sale goes toward building a school in Mali.

Lace boots socks from Catherine Cole Studio. Um, yes please. I saw a picture of a pair that Amanda from Parenting by Dummies put up on Instagram and I had to check them out.

Amethyst Stalactite Druzy Necklace by Freidasophie. I love this pretty, raw stone!

Josie Maran Moroccan Bazaar Shimmer & Glow Argan Essentials set. I’ve been wanting to try out different argan oil products and this is the perfect way to do it: travel-size products in a pretty bag that was handmade in Morocco.

Kate Spade composition book phone case. Need I say more? This is satisfying for both my inner writing nerd and my inner fashion geek.

TOMS plaid wool classics. Have I mentioned that I like TOMS? Maybe once or twice? Well my pair is so well loved that my big toe recently broke through the top. I’d love this replacement pair. The cozy wool is perfect for winter and the plaid satisfies my current obsession.

What’s on your wishlist this holiday season?

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Written by Jennifer Garry

Jen is a freelance writer and girl mom from New York. When she’s not knee-deep in glittery crafts and girl talk, you can probably find her sprawled across her couch in the middle of a Netflix marathon with dark chocolate smeared on her face. The struggle is real.