Tis the season to be jolly… and if you’re anything like us, also start your gift giving. Yes, traditionally gifts are given on holidays, but isn’t life a lot more fun when you start to receive gifts during the holiday season as well?
At Something Social, we love gifts. Whether it’s the gift of giving (which we love to do with #SomethingSignificant), or the giving of gifts, we’re all for it. With all of the amazing deals starting now, why wait? Here are some of our favorite places to gift from (as well as receive gifts from, for all of the moms, dads, sisters, brothers, friends who are reading this and want to know what we’ve got our eye on this year):
Zoe Chicco Earrings – Earrings that make a statement. The pearls and diamonds complement each other so well, it’s almost guaranteed everyone else will be complimenting you on your Zoe Chicco jewelry as well.
Bling Wipes – No holiday gift guide would ever be complete without the perfect tool for cleaning all of your new jewelry. Bling Wipes has you, and your rings, earrings, and necklaces, covered.
Kikori Whiskey and Yuzuri Liqueur – After you pick yourself up a bottle of Kikori, settle down with their delicious recipe for hot coffee. If you decide to go for the Yuzuri instead, check out their Instagram to learn different ways to make your own drinks.
Diptyque Holiday Candles – Ron Robinson is now offering all of the available Diptyque holiday candles. Nothing gets your home ready for the holidays more than a candle that goes by the name of “Frosted Forest” (and smells like a Christmas tree has decided to take up a permanent residency in your home).
Opening Ceremony Double Zip Pant – Opening Ceremony has created the perfect winter pant, no matter what coast you’re on, and Reservoir is selling it. Make sure to tweet us a picture or tag us on Instagram if you get a pair. We’ll be jealous.
Dinner at Petite Taqueria – It wouldn’t be a gift guide without some food. While it may not be the traditional holiday meal, it is a holiday meal you won’t forget. Make a reservation at h.wood Group’s very own Petite Taqueria here.
Written by our Digital Specialist, Nora Henick.