What is Spring all about, if not sunshine and showers? Teal And Gold’s handmade mobile captures the essence of this in-between season of warmth and sun and sudden rain showers. Hand-crafted from black walnut, these lovely, wooden rain drops will add a touch of whimsy to your home.
Teal And Gold | Buy
This bold necklace manages to marry an edgy skull with bright flowers in a way that only Betsy Johnson can. Wear this funky statement necklace with…everything.
Piperlime | Buy
This stunning prism pendant necklace has a definite vintage vibe that will go with most anything. Just be sure to stand near a window on a sunny day to see its sparkly light show.
Foxtail Boutique | Buy
We love a good statement necklace. This colorful gumdrop necklace from Etsy designer Gypsy Affairs makes a happy statement. The bonus? These gumdrops are completely sugar free.
Gypsy Affairs | Buy
Need an easy way to dress up a plain neckline? A Peter Pan collar is both cute and chic, adding girly sophistication to a simple ensemble. This golden Peter Pan necklace takes it to the next level.
Dorothy Perkins | Buy
If you find yourself reaching for the same jewelry every day, give this vibrant alternative a try. Designed by I. Ronni Kappos and crafted from vintage german glass from the 20’s and 30’s, this limited edition rainbow of color will add colorful flair to any outfit.
Beklina | Buy
This necklace from House of Harlow 1960 is a stunner. Flip open the shiny black faux cabochon framed by golden feathers, and you’ll find a locket. Now, whose photo will you keep hidden?
Ron Robinson | Buy
Is winter still behaving like winter in your neck of the woods? Brighten your day with a color block combo of hot pink and bright orange. Pair this cheerful daisy ring with, well, just about anything that needs a bit of cheer.
1928 Jewelry | Buy
Give that utilitarian coffee maker on your counter a rest, and add some flair to your morning caffeine routine. Designed by a chemist for brewing simple drip coffee minus the bitter, the Chemex Coffee Maker is museum worthy. Really. It’s actually displayed in several museums. How’s that for flair?
Crate and Barrel | Buy
Keep your desk neat and tidy with this porcelain feather box. Great for storing mini things like paper clips, rubber bands, or actual feathers.
Jayson Home | Buy
A classic heart makes a classic gift. This one is gold plated and hangs from a dainty chain. Customize it with her initial stamped on one side, yours on the other.
Beazuness | Buy
Remind your sweetheart of an earlier time. It might be where he proposed or the place you first met. This handmade glass paperweight featuring a vintage map of that special spot is a glassy way to show your love.
Tanner Glass | Buy
This stack of rings customized with a date chosen by you makes a unique gift. Go simple and use Valentine’s Day, or make it personal and use a date that means something to both of you.
Foundling | Buy
We aren’t officially encouraging this sort of behavior, but if you’re feeling particularly bold this is the bag for you. It’s big enough to hold everything you might need for day trip or even an overnight stay. That is, if it’s absolutely necessary to miss a day of work.
Kate Spade New York | Buy
You love the animal print trend, but you’ve worn your leopard print flats…a lot. The zebra print Sloop by French Sole is a hushed alternative in slipper-like comfort. Shoe + Slipper = Sloop. Yes, please.
French Sole | Buy
That’s stalactite, not stalagmite. Handcrafted by Melissa Joy Manning, this crystallized stalactite hangs from a dainty recycled 14k gold chain and makes a unique geological fashion statement.
Terrain | Buy
Declare your love with this cross slide love bracelet by Tai. Not over the top with sparkle, just where it counts - spelled out for her in cursive. The braided silk cord makes it sort of like a grown up version of the friendship bracelet.
Neiman Marcus | Buy
Give the gift of goodwill with this blown glass votive made by Glassybaby, headquartered in Seattle and founded by cancer survivor, Lee Rhodes. Available in multiple colors with unique names like Saturday Morning and Bff, Glassybaby donates to a multitude of charities dedicated to helping others.
glassybaby | Buy
Forgot asking how she does it and just be amazed at how lovely it looks. Lisa Occhipinti creates beautiful, whimsical mobiles out of books. These make for not only stunning decor but also thoughtful gifts for bookworms or any fan of beautiful objects.
Shophouse | Buy
Remember the lined penmanship paper in school? A great gift for a teacher, this lovely little canvas throw pillow reminds us all of how we learned to write- and also that we could use some more sleep.
Dirtsa Studio | Buy
An easy, grab-and-go baby shower gift is always a must-have, and lucky for you, the Zoo Babies collection has got you covered. Load up on a variety of Vanja Kragulj’s organic cotton onesies, all packaged up for gift-giving, and rest assured your gift will be a parent-to-be pleaser. And who can resist the sweetness of a monkey named Amigo?
ZOO BABIES by Vanja Kragulj | Buy
While you’re lubing up the little ones after bath time, give yourself a couple of pumps of Little Twig’s milky moisturizer. The silky lotion is hypoallergenic and free of anything bad or artificial, plus the lavender scent will soothe you off to sleep…when it is finally your turn for night-night.
Fawn & Forest | Buy
Technically this supple body butter is meant for the tiny delicate bits of babies, but it works just as well on the tired skin of dry and itchy adults. The organic ingredients read like a delicious herbal recipe (rosehip, chamomile and calendula to name a few) that culminates in a smoothed out and lovely smelling body- big or small.
Baby Bear Shop | Buy
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