Holiday Gift Guide: My Christmas Wish List

Beauty, Fashion, Lifestyle, Photography, Travel / Wednesday, December 6th, 2017

I seriously do not need another thing. I love giving gifts to my friends and family so much more than getting them. That being said, I have family who always ask what I want for Christmas, because they like to give too! And it’s nice to have some kind of idea as to what others might like. My wish list is a combination of practical and fun gifts (including some splurges) that I’ve had my eye on this year. Maybe these gifts remind you of someone on your list?

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1 – Can a girl really ever have too many rain boots? I already have a couple of black pairs, so I thought these dark green Hunter Rain Boots would be a nice update. I could easily wear these in Scandinavia next year!

2 –  I have a huge collection of pajama pants but not actual matching pj sets. These Dreamy Stripe Pajamas would be great for travel or when you stay at your in-laws’. I love the stripe and piped trim.

3 – Tassel everything! I love the link pink color of these Rosabella Tassel Drop Earrings. They’re perfect leading into Spring!

4 – Every boss babe needs coordinating desk accessories. This Stationary Tackle Box has so many fun yet functional accessories to dress up your workspace.

5 – As much as we travel, I could really use a sturdier case to keep my jewelry from tangling. I love that this travel jewelry case is monogrammed and would look totally chic on a dresser, too.

6 – Cozy socks? Yes, please! These hand-knit slipper socks are too cute with their little pom pom detail. Cue the Christmas music and hot cocoa!

7 – Because gifts don’t have to be practical, just fun. This camera spits out instant joy – perfect for my inner 80’s child.

8These beauty brushes are definitely more of a need than a want.

9 – Multiple beauty blenders in one gift!

10 – I have always loved watches (and actually used to work for a watch company). This leather strap watch is gorgeous. I love the navy leather strap with the rose gold and white face.

11 – Same reason as number 7! This champagne bottle porcelain tray would be perfect for all my everyday jewelry or would make a super fun powder room accessory.

12 – I could live in lounge pants and these joggers don’t look like sloppy pajamas. They would be ideal for all those international flights.

13 – I have read so many great reviews about this curling and styling wand. I need a large barrel for my hair and am on the hunt for a wand style curler.

14 – Who doesn’t want to smell nice? I have always loved Chanel fragrances and this one smells divine.

15 – Speaking of scents, this roses scented candle keeps the smell of fresh flowers around until he gives you that next bouquet. 😉

16 – A little illumination is needed during the holidays and Estée Lauder is one of my most-trusted brands. I love that this comes as a set with illuminator and lipstick.

17 – A girl can dream, right? This hobo is definitely one of my splurge items, but you just can’t go wrong with a great bag. I have several Tory bags and love them. My favorite part of this bag is the tassel detail.

18 – I am more into skincare than ever these days, especially during colder winter months. This is a great set from Kiehl’s.

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Cathedrals & Cafes’ 2017 Holiday Gift Guides:

Gifts for Savvy Travelers (or those who aim to be)

Cozy Gifts

Gifts for Dog Moms

Gifts for Him

Best Boots Under $100

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