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ethical gift guide 2015

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I am so ecstatic about this ethical gift guide. I feel a personal connection with each piece, having had the opportunity to connect and collaborate with many of these brands. There’s something for everyone on this list and, moreover, the ability to shop as a conscious consumer. I picked a number of my favorite pieces available online, but definitely browse their sites for more inspiration.

p.s. you’ll notice in my blog header there’s now a section called “Shop.” I’ll be adding my favorite holiday gift ideas to that section for easy reference/quick shopping.

one: A chic bucket bag with edgy metallic details. ($245)

two: This gold trinket box that glams up any table top or dresser. ($15)

three: Endless warmth with a touch of tribal pattern in this oversized scarf. ($120)

four: Steps above the rest in leather burgundy booties that work from day to night. ($72)

five: Simple lifestyle in a beautiful aesthetic with this quarterly magazine subscription. ($60)

six: The silkiest shave cream for his stubbly cheeks. ($24)

seven: A textured wall hanging for the art fanatic. ($175)

eight: Unassuming and organized in a minimal navy backpack. ($68)

nine: The teething toddler’s happy place with this furry fox friend. ($30)

ten: Americana leather coaster set to complete his man cave. ($38)

eleven: An equestrian style wrap bracelet that stacks well or stands alone. ($28)

twelve: The untouched beauty from a women’s magazine subscription that does media differently. ($80)

thirteen: A stylish herringbone throw blanket for couch cuddling or picnic dates. ($162)

fourteen: Overnight stays made simple by this cognac leather weekender bag. ($598)

fifteen: Unisex fashion at it’s best with a classic felt fedora. ($108)

sixteen: Sleek sophistication for him or her from this timeless black and gold watch. ($99)

seventeen: This trio of goat’s milk lotion for baby soft skin with a hint of fresh scent. ($30)


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