Holiday Gift Guide
For Your Friends
It’s our version of haute couture: You choose your yarn, and Mary Clark (designer of understated, cult-fave knitwear line Stellapop) will custom-make you a scarf. And who doesn’t love getting things made just for them? Especially if they’re comfy-cozy-cool.From $85 at Vagabond, 37 North 3rd Street, 267-671-0737.
Jersey Boys is amazing. And, chances are, if you give theater tickets to a friend, they’ll bring you along, too. But, of course, that’s not why you’d give them … (cough, cough).
These earmuffs are the perfect combination of luxe (rabbit fur!) and homespun (knit!). Plus, you’re giving the gift of toasty warmth, which is always needed during winter’s frosty chill.$45.95 at Scarlett Alley, 241 Race Street, 215-592-7898.
You’ve heard her complain about work stress, worry about her kids, and fret over her never-ending to-do list. So why not give her a well-deserved break? For $250, she’ll get three hours at a posh spa, which includes a facial, massage, and mani-pedi. And you’ll get your well-rested, rejuvenated pal back.Weekend Escape package, $250 at Rescue Rittenhouse Spa, 255 South 17th Street, 215-772-2766.
This colorful little package serves up big sound in a really cool-looking package.Jambox Jawbone wireless speaker, $199.95 at Springboard Media, 2212 Walnut Street, 215-988-7777.
Treat your nearest and dearest to an exclusive dinner party in a place that looks like something out of a fairy tale. You’ll get a made-just-for-you tasting menu by Terrain’s ubertalented chef, along with use of the outdoor fire pit. The best part? You won’t even have to do the cleanup.Private dinner for parties of four to 12, featuring a five-course tasting menu by chef Keith Rudolf, $250 room fee and $50 per person (plus tax and gratuity) at Terrain at Styer’s, 914 Baltimore Pike, Glen Mills, 610-459-2400.