The Homebody’s Gift Guide

Gift Guide1. Nordstrom Faux Fur Throw | 2. ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside’ Pillow | 3. Ceramic Mugs 4. Le Creuset Kettle | 5. Diptyque Candle Set | 6. ‘Champagne’ Tee| 7. ‘When I’m Famous’ Sleep Tee 8. Barefoot Dreams Robe | 9. Gray Ugg Slippers  | 10. Cream Ugg Slippers

This latest gift guide is for all the homebodies in your life; the ones that enjoy a cup of tea and a good book just as much as a night on the town.

From these Ugg Slippers, to the cute ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside’ pillow, these items can fit for almost anyone on your list. Whether you’re looking for a good gift for the in-laws, for your mother, or one of your best friends, all of us can appreciate a good, cozy gift, especially at Christmas.

The Fashionista’s Gift Guide

Christmas Gift Guide

1. Nadri Safety Pin Brooch | 2. Kate Spade Black Studs |3. Madewell Glitter Earring |
4. Leah Alexandra Stone Earrings | 5. Madewell Striped Shirt | 6. Lush Skater Dress |
7. Free People Oversized Sweater | 8. Sam Edelman Heels Boots | 9. Stuart Weitzman Over-The-Knee Boots | 10. Gucci Marmont Matelasse Bag | 11. Alexander Wang Mini Rockie

Okay, so this will likely be my all-time favorite gift guide. I am honestly obsessed with every single item on this list, and in a perfect world, I’d own them all.

This list is designed for the fashion lover in your life… and it’s okay if that person is you! Whether you’re looking for budget-friendly ideas, like the gorgeous Madewell earrings for $24, or you’re looking to splurge on something like the amazing Gucci Marmont bag, or the Stuart Weitzman Lowland over-the-knee boots, this list can fill the needs of every fashion lover on your list.

The Book Lover’s Gift Guide


Christmas Gift Guide

1. The Husband’s Secret | 2. The Fault in Our Stars | 3. Small Great Things | 4. Mr. Mercedes | 5. Invisible | 6. Angels & Demons | 7. What Alice Forgot |
8. Kindle Paperwhite

Leading up to Christmas next month, I’ll be posting a series of gift guides to help you get prepared for the season. Christmas is my favorite time of year, and I truly love finding the perfect gift for everyone on my list. So with these gift guides, I hope I can help you do the same.

I’m starting out with a book lover’s gift guide, as I’m actually a huge book reader. And I also happen to think books make wonderful gifts.

Books can make you see the world differently, and by gifting a book, you can pass that new perspective on to someone else. What Alice Forgot, for example, has a way of helping you learn to appreciate the things you have, by giving you a fresh set of eyes about the things that matter most.

Also, with the exception of Small Great Things, I’ve read every book on this list. I’ve loved each one of them, which is why they’re in this guide. In fact, the only reason I haven’t read Jodi Picoult’s latest hit is because it’s still on my own wishlist. Though I’ve read many others by her, and so I’m sure it’ll be just as powerful.

I’ve sectioned the list into three categories, because something you gift your mother or your best friend might be different than what you gift a boyfriend or a great guy in your life. My boyfriend, for example, was OBSESSED with Invisible by James Patterson. As was I.

I’ve also added a kindle at the end, because if the person you are gifting is anything like me, then they probably need a place to store their never-ending book collection. And a virtual space with lots of room is always a good way to start.