1. Jonathan Adler Stocking ($85) // 2. Grether’s Pastilles ($11) // 3. Clinique Black Honey Almost Lipstick ($17) //4. 4-in-1 Travel Adapter ($25) // 5. Sweater Stone ($8) // 6. Sticky Portable Screen Cleaner ($6) // 7. Mindfulness Coloring Book ($8) // 8. Charter Club Cashmere-lined Gloves ($54) // 9. Tile Item Finder ($25)
One. Who doesn’t love a fun Christmas stocking? This Jonathan Adler one is perfectly cheeky. For something more traditional, I like this New World Arts stocking with embroidered Santa. And I adore this all-white stocking with an embroidered swan.
Two. Suffer from a dry throat in the winter? These Grether’s Pastilles are like a vacation for your throat. They take a while to dissolve, and coat your throat in velvet.
Four. This travel adapter was a huge hit at a ‘secret santa’ I attended last year. It’s a good gift for someone planning an overseas trip.
Five. Got pills? A sweater stone will remove them without hassle. Also in the clothing maintenance category, a travel steamer is a gift that the recipient will use all the time.
Six. A filthy smartphone screen sends me into fits. These sticky microfiber screen cleaners allow you to clean up your phone in a hurry. Not strong enough for you? Uncommon Goods has an anti-microbial light to zap the germs away.
Seven. If your giftee needs to take a rest, coloring can provide their psyche with a break. I bought one of these a while back, and it really helps me calm down. Add a chic set of colored pencils, and you’re all set.
Eight. Much like slippers, gloves are a nice gift. These leather ones caught my eye. I also like these Portolano gloves with their sleek black and tan color scheme. These knit gloves are also very cute.
Nine. Does the person you’re shopping for lose their keys, purse, or phone frequently? Attach a Tile to whatever you can’t stand to lose to help track it down. A friend also recommends these PebbleBee item trackers from Target.