A round-up of gift ideas for everyone on your list.
For the Fashionista
2020 is on the horizon.
Ring in the New Year in the Rebecca Taylor Ribbon Lurex Jacquard Pleater Dress ($795).
Add a layer of warmth—and a bit of chic—with the Mira Mikati Bubble Hand-Crochet Long Cardigan ($690).
These Graff Multi-Shaped Yellow and White Diamond Solar Earrings (price upon request) look like sparkling fireworks on the ear.
Earrings available at Graff, San Francisco, 415.926.7000.
Every woman needs a good pair of tennis shoes that are equal parts comfortable and stylish. These Adidas x Missoni Ultraboost Clima Knit Low-Top Sneakers ($250) fit the bill.
The Dovima Paris Vernon Skirt in coral red ($950) has a flattering fit, the cutest pink bow, and can effortlessly pull together any look.
Available at The Sil, www.shopthesil.com
Fill that stocking with Eminence’s line of organic skincare products that range from detoxing treatments using Swiss cress sprouts, to collagen-boosting serums that include marine flower peptides. www.eminence.com
For That Special Guy
Don’t forget to wrap Drake’s Lamora Glen Check Wool Scarf ($175) around his neck.
Khakis of Carmel, Carmel, 831.625.8106.
The classic gray of this Balmain Zip-Up Cotton Hoodie ($1,350) is the perfect layer for those foggy mornings.
Barneys New York, San Francisco, 415.268.3500.
Plaid is a necessity for any winter wardrobe, so grab the Lanvin Plaid Patchwork Cotton Blend Shirt ($695).
Acne Studios Max Mid-Rise Slim-Leg Jeans ($240) come in a black wash that will kick Casual Friday up a notch.
Acne Studios, San Francisco, 628.444.3238.
What is it about a beanie that instantly ages a man backwards? So The Elder Statesman Short Bunny Echo Ribbed Cashmere Beanie ($275) is the gift that keeps on giving.
Sterling silver with a glint of diamond creates a classic and clean look for the Sarah Chloe Zen Cufflinks ($298).
For Those Little Kiddos
Need to wrap presents or clean up family dinners? Keep the kiddos busy with the Christmas edition of Paint by Sticker Kids ($7.79).
Grab your favorite children, pull up a chair, and get to work on the 5,000-piece beauty that is the LEGO Imperial Start Destroyer ($699).
Prepare for takeoff. Because what little boy wouldn’t want to take flight in this Sky One Plane from Circu Magical Furniture?
Go full throttle in the Razor DXT Electric Drift Trike ($699). With its high-torque 500-watt motor, moto-style construction, and 10-inch slick surface rear wheels, this trike can hit speeds of up to 15MPH.
Looking for a smartphone alternative that keeps you connected to your kids while limiting their screen time? The Relay ($49) is an easy-to-use walkie-talkie with nationwide coverage. Just press the button, talk, and release.
Target, Redwood City, 650.363.8940.
For the Techies
Get brushing with the Oral B GENIUS X Toothbrush ($250). It’s the only electric brush with AI technology that tracks in real time where people are brushing in their mouths.
Best Buy, San Carlos, 650.622.0050.
Time to make those New Year’s resolutions with the Peloton Tread ($4,295) and Bike ($2,245). With this state-of-the-art equipment, you have the freedom to either take a live class or log into one of thousands of on-demand classes.
Peloton, Stanford Shopping Center, 646.290.6353.
These eye-catching Ahead Wireless Headphones ($121) come in a variety of colors and can fill your ears with music for up to 14 hours.
Are you drinking enough water? Have Bellabeat’s Spring Water Bottle ($89) track your daily hydration and send you regular reminders to help you establish a healthy hydration habit.
Time to get creative! With the ultimate Ears myBoom 3 ($179.99), you can choose from a range of super cool fabrics and patterns as well as add your name or other text on the back of the speaker.
For the Hostess
Every entertainer needs a new set of kitchen towels. So grab Coyuchi’s Mojave Organic Kitchen Towels ($48), which are made from organic linen.
On the way to the holiday soiree, grab the AERIN Gilded Clover Tall Vase, fill it with flowers, and hand it over to the hostess.
Anthem Interiors, Menlo Park, 650.440.7400.
Dinosaur Designs Boulder Coasters (set of two, $90) can be an eye-catching addition to any coffee table.
Bring something sweet to the next dinner party with a variety box from Caramel Caravan Co. (from $18).
Joey Rae, San Carlos, 650.637.1104.
An artisan cheese spread or a dozen chocolate chip cookies will look great on the Vietri Incanto Lace Rectangular Tray ($136).
Ruby Living Design, Menlo Park, 650.494.4495.
Sign your favorite hostess up for the Vellabox candles subscription (starting at $10 a month). Each month, a different candle—made by the finest American artisans—is delivered to the front door.
For the Homebody
Spruce up the flooring with the RH Trouvé Hand-Knotted Silk & Wool Rug (from $4,706) in rust and grey.
The Haute House Baxter Sofa ($5,639) comes in Sapphire and will beautifully complement that gray interior.
Add some lighting to the reading nook with the Ethan Allen Tomas Floor Lamp ($810).
Make some space in the living room. The Pagnon & Pelhaître Book&Look from Ligne Roset comes in 16 different lacquer colors.
Ligne Roset, San Francisco, 415.777.1030.
Create a modern tablescape with the Asprey Mayfair candlesticks in sterling silver ($3,400).
The glamorous new Harry Winston salon in San Francisco dazzles.
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