With Thanksgiving behind us, it’s now time to properly start celebrating the holidays! Have a friend who is a true homebody, always the hostess with the mostest, and the gorgeous Instagram pics of her apartment to match? Check out these holiday gift ideas.Rifle Paper Co Alice in Wonderland Wall Calendar ($26)
Rifle Paper Co is known for their whimsically feminine prints. This Alice in Wonderland themed calendar would fit right in in your favorite lit-lover’s study. It’s limited edition, though, so get it while it’s hot!
Giraffe at Home throw ($178)
The world’s softest blankets come in several luxurious neutral tones. I first encountered this brand when I was a salesperson for the kids department at a department store, and customers would flock to the store for baby versions of these blankets to use as baby shower gifts.
kate spade new york “drink me “ wine tote ($20)
I often try to buy gifts for people that they would not buy themselves. Nothing fits this description better than a $20 canvas sack for your wine. Fill the tote with a bottle of your bestie’s favorite chardonnay for bonus points.
Molly Hatch icon mug ($14)
Have a friend who loves personalized presents? But how many monogrammed mugs does a girl really need? Step it up a notch with these inked mugs by artist Molly Hatch. There’s an icon mug for each letter of the alphabet (A is for Anchor!), to be released a bit at a time.
Nikki McClure art print ($12)
These monochrome graphic prints are simple and clean – perfect for the millennial art taste. McClure conveys complicated messages in simple ways that leave you wanting more. My personal favorite is “Gravity.”
Bella J candles ($25)
A classic gift with a twist: these lightly scented candles come with a surprise charm bracelet inside the candle. Light the candle for a few hours and dig out the pouch with your goodie for the gift that keeps on giving.
Images courtesy of: Rifle Paper Co., Anthropologie