Monday, December 10, 2012

{gift guide} a girl like me...

gifts for a girl like me


If the girl you're shopping for is anything like me, all she wants is... a little bit of everything. A few of these are tried-and-true favorites of mine, and a few have been on my wishlist.

a cozy fair isle sweater for chilly walks in Central Park...
this gigantic world map art print to complete my windowless bedroom decor...
a more civilized way to take calls on my iPhone at the office...
those Karen Walker Harvest sunglasses I've been eying for ages...
the most heavenly Jo Malone candle of all...
party-perfect suede pumps...
and a little nip of this to fend of the winter chill.

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    1. Right? I'm having SUCH a moment for fair isle these days!

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  2. love that pop phone, what a cute accessory, way easier to talk on that than directly on the iphone!

    -Lauren
    http://ourprettypieces.blogspot.com/

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  3. That mascara is my FAVORITE.

    xoxo Jessica
    www.mystylevita.com

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  4. These are awesome gift ideas. I love Jo Malone and definitely need to try that mascara. I use Fresh Supernova, but am always looking for new ones to try!
    -Becky
    The Pumpkin Spot

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    1. I've never tried Fresh! The Benefit "They're Real" is great because it's ultra-dramatic - length and volume that lasts all day, truly!

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  5. I definitely need to add Grace Coddington's memoir to my Christmas list...and the sweater looks like the coziest thing ever.

    -Emily

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  6. I'm sooo glad I found your blog!!So inspiring,well done babe!;-)
    xx
    B.
    http://www.beeswonderland.com

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  7. I'm the girl this list is for too! One of each please!!
    xx
    Here&Now

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  8. Love that sweater! And, I've been dying to read that Grace book. I'm most definitely a girl like you. ;)
    Isn’t That Charming.

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  9. Hat! I must have that hat!!

    And the Grace book, naturally.

    XxMO

    http://www.madame-ostrich.com

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