Last but not least for this year: splurge gifts! Basically my top picks over $100. I’m still adding ideas at all price points to this page and you can also see my picks for gifts under $100 and under $25. There’s also the “Holiday” tab on the homepage that has previous gift guides, recipes, and other festive goodies :)
I ordered myself this wallet during last week’s sales and it’s even more gorgeous in person! It also fits a passport so would be a great travel wallet for a jetsetter on your list.
A set of Estelle wine glasses was high on my registry wishlist and we’ve really enjoyed them so far. There are so many color options + combinations, as well as other types of glassware, too.
A DS turtleneck is basically my go-to six months out of the year and I still reach for them in some form the rest of the months! The Greenpoint is a great mid-length that’s universally flattering.
(Full disclosure: I work for the brand but have been a fan for far longer than I’ve been with the company :))
Not exciting but so practical and the perfect gift because they’re great to have but not fun to spend money on–I wear my Uggs every time I take Millie out in the colder months!
Any time anyone asks me for gift recommendations and doesn’t want “stuff,” I point them to Goldbelly–a true gold mine consisting of all kinds of food from shops around the country. Bagels from NYC? Deep dish from Chicago? Lobster from Maine? It’s seriously all there (and then some). Don’t browse while hungry ;)
ChappyWraps make my gift guides every year but they’re a household favorite and hold up incredibly well…basically a universally recommended gift for me. There are patterns for everyone!
I am fully a broken record when it comes to my love for Sarah Flint but they hands down make the most comfortable heels I’ve ever worn! The Perfect Block Sandal 60 was my wedding shoe but you really can’t go wrong–they’re an investment but a true luxury shoe in the league of brands 2x the price. Use code SARAHFLINT-BAMONICAD for $50 off your first purchase.
I treated myself to the famed AirWrap for my birthday this year and it’s lived up to the hype for me! It’s expensive but makes a great splurgy gift for someone who loves doing their own hair (or has no idea what they’re doing and wants one item that can do it all).
A classic wardrobe staple and forever piece, for both men and women. I’ve had mine for six years and it looks just like new.
Julia Amory makes the most stunning block print linens and one of her tablecloths would be the perfect gift for someone who loves to host.
Mignonne Gavigan creates all kinds of stunning jewelry, and I especially love her simpler statement silhouettes.
You can read about my thoughts re: Mason Pearson brushes here, but I stand by them being a really nice splurge gift for any woman on your list!
A pretty every day tote that comes in a few different colorways–the size is really nice and the leather holds up beautifully.