The Everygirl Editors' Holiday Wish List
Tis the season for holiday cocktails, picking out a tree, nights on the couch snuggled up watching Christmas movies, and our favorite part: gift giving! You may have already seen our holiday gift guide, but we wanted to share what was on The Everygirl editors' personal wish lists.
We've compiled their favorites with all of the selections ringing up at under $100, and most of them under $50! Peek below and you just might find the perfect gift for someone on your list.
WHO: Alaina Kaczmarski, cofounder
WHAT: Olivine Atelier's love + roses gift set $26
WHY: "I get crazy dry in the winter months so this rose beauty mist is a fantastic (and delicious smelling) burst of hydration to my skin. And the sea salt spray is amazing for adding natural texture to hair!"
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WHO: Danielle Moss, cofounder
WHAT: All Modern's marble fruit bowl $39.99
WHY: "I’ve never had marble countertops, so I love accessorizing with marble in the kitchen when I can. Plus it’s always nice having a place to put fresh fruit and vegetables!"
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WHO: Cassandra Monroe, food editor
WHAT: Wiliams-Sonoma's Acacia Cutting Board $99.95
WHY: “I would love this beautiful, durable wooden cutting board for my kitchen so I have plenty of space to prep all of my ingredients for my meals.”
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WHO: Sarah Seung-McFarland, wellness editor
WHAT: Henri Bendel's striped ear buds $28
WHY: "I love listening to something inspirational when I'm running and it doesn't hurt to be stylish while I'm doing it."
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WHO: Kat Boogaard, careers editor
WHAT: Rifle Paper's desktop calendar $12
WHY: "My weeks get a little crazy—there's always something new popping up!—so this handy deskpad would help me feel at least a little more on top of things!"
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WHO: Caitlin Timson, careers editor
WHAT: Russell+Hazel's signature solid binders $14
WHY: "New office supplies always motivate me to get re-organized, and this Russell + Hazel binder would come just in time for a fresh start to the new year!"
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WHO: Amanda Holstein, beauty editor
WHAT: YSL's kiss and blush $40
WHY: "I love a product that can be used in multiple ways! That's why this YSL Baby Doll Kiss & Blush is on my list this year. It doubles as a blush and lipgloss, and the color is gorgeous!"
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WHO: Megan Stokes, beauty editor
WHAT: Beauty Counter's travel body collection $48
WHY: "This gorgeous set has all you would need for body and haircare when traveling, plus each product has a delicious citrus mimosa scent and is made with safe, non-toxic ingredients!"
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WHO: Jess Keys, fashion editor
WHAT: reversible tote and wristlet $48
WHY: "Perhaps the most functional AND fashionable gift you could ever give under $50–this tote is the perfect size for work and play, plus, it's reversible–so you can wear it with virtually any outfit combo! We also love the mini zipper pouch that comes inside, perfect for storing small items like your wallet, keys, and lipsticks!"
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WHO: Erica Gellerman, finance editor
WHAT: When She Makes More: 10 Rules for Breadwinning Women $22
WHY: "Money and relationships can be a tricky topic and this book offers a unique twist that I have yet to see anywhere else: advice for women who are currently (or will be) the family breadwinner."
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WHO: Liza Rollins, living editor
WHAT: Anthropologie's jewelry stand $68
WHY: "Although I like the idea of jewelry boxes, i'd rather be able to see all my baubles at once. This piece would keep everything organized and prevent all my chains from tangling, plus it's a nice statement piece to have on your dresser."
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WHO: Caroline Wilder, living editor
WHAT: West Elm's oversized woven basket $54
WHY: "I love pretty blankets and throws (because I'm always cold) and this is the perfect way to display and store them!"
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WHO: Daryl Lindsey, culture editor
WHAT: Jane Austen classic novels $18.95
WHY: "Every well-read woman should have Austen in her library. I love that these editions are both functional and beautiful, so they'll look great on my shelf or coffee table even after I've finished reading."
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WHO: Reema Desai, travel editor
WHAT: Poketo's minimalist passport organizer $38
WHY: "This little minimalist passport holder is equal parts functional and well-designed, and the blush option is calling my name!"
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WHO: Brooke Klauer, copy editor
WHAT: J.Crew's fair isle crewneck sweater $89.50
WHY: "I love this fair isle sweater because it has the perfect amount of jazz for holiday gatherings but can also be worn well into the winter and spring!"
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