One out of five consumers plans to spend more money this year during holiday shopping than last year, according to data from NPD’s 2018 Holiday Purchase Intentions survey. While clothing is the No. 1 holiday item for more than half of all shoppers, gift ideas also include footwear and small accessories and jewelry. Here are a few ideas for the women on your gift list.
The British Apothecary has created a limited-edition edit of best-selling beauty favorites. The gift features brands including Kevyn Aucoin, Oribe, Sunday Riley, Diptyque and more valued at about $200. It is available online at spacenk.com.
Jill Fairchild, daughter of publishing legend and W magazine founder John Fairchild, launched this jewelry brand designed to suit the many moments in a woman’s life. This version of the Stella earrings is handcrafted from elk leather with glitter embellishment. It comes in five special holiday colors. Get them at FairchildBaldwin.com.
BITE debuted the astrology collection of lip colors last year to rave reviews. Now zodiac lovers can explore all facets of their astrological makeup with the full set of 12 mini, limited-edition Astrology by BITE Amuse Bouche Lipsticks inspired by the zodiac calendar. It is available exclusively now on Sephora.com and on Bitebeauty.com starting Nov. 23.
Slippers and booties lined in faux fur keep feet cozy on cold winter nights. The Luxe version features an even pile while the Ultra style features a mix of long and short hairs. Both Luxe and Ultra come in slipper or bootie styles. They are available at Restoration Hardware stores or online at Restorationhardware.com.
First choose one version of Flowerbomb from the trilogy Flowerbomb, Flowerbomb Bloom and Flowerbomb Nectar. Next dress up the bottle to personalize it by choosing the bottle color, the embellishment and a monogram for engraving. Personalization can only be completed for the 50-milliliter size or larger. Prices start at $95 for Flowerbomb Bloom. Orders take one to three additional days for processing. No returns. Available at us.viktor-rolf.com.
This collection of Lucite bangles from Atlanta-based brand Ink + Alloy comes in three styles, including faceted, geometric or square. The range of colors includes clear, amber, eggplant and more. They can be stacked or worn alone to add the perfect statement to the modern wardrobe. Get them at the newly opened store Ink +Alloy, 2969 E. Ponce de Leon Ave., Decatur.
Made from materials sourced from Inner Mongolia, this two-ply cashmere poncho top features a V-neck with an inset chain detail and short dolman sleeves. It has a high-low hem and relaxed silhouette. Buy it online at neimanmarcus.com or inquire in-store at Neiman Marcus, Lenox Square, 3393 Peachtree Road NE, Atlanta.
Royal watchers will love this bingo game illustrated by Holly Exley. It features portraits of 64 royal icons from around the world, from the familiar faces of William and Kate to the lesser-known playboy Prince Wenzeslaus of Liechtenstein. Not only are all the European royals included, but there are also royals from Jordan, Malaysia and more. An accompanying booklet gives more insight into their royal personalities and romances. Get it online at laurenceking.com.
This “cosmic take on a classic” features hand-applied metallic charms on a leather tote. The Star-Stud Small Tote has an interior pocket and is large enough to hold a 10-inch laptop. It is available online at Toryburch.com or visit Tory Burch Boutiques at Phipps Plaza, 3500 Peachtree Road NE, Atlanta, 404-816-3261, and Lenox Square, 3393 Peachtree Road NE, Atlanta, 404-869-0264.
Mark & Graham’s Letter Gemstone Necklace offers a twist on the classic initial necklace with semiprecious gemstones including rose quartz, onyx, lapis lazuli, amethyst and aquamarine beaded onto an 18-inch chain. The necklace has a gold vermeil toggle clasp and a gold-plated initial. Choose any letter from A-Z for a personalized gift. It is handmade in the USA. Get it at markandgraham.com.
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