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Wish Lists

Writing about shopping and style all day makes whittling down our holiday wish lists pretty tough. After all, we see so much stuff all year round – how to choose our favorites? But we have (after plenty of hemming and hawing), and below, we share our (wildly varied) picks with you.
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[1] Chairloom chair, Prices vary.
This local company finds amazing antique/vintage chairs and then reupholsters them in whatever dreamy, wacky, gorgeous colors or patterns you want. This particular one was made for a Canadian client who asked for the piece to be upholstered in her collection of Moroccan rugs. I just want to curl up in it.

[2] Felt + Fat marbleized plates, from $22.
This Fishtown-based duo makes the most gorgeous dishware. I’ve long loved these gray plates, which look like slices of marble.

[3] Kelly Wearstler ‘head trip’ key chain, $195.
Yes, it’s a lot for a key chain, but it’s an accessory you keep with you literally all the time. So why not make it fabulous?

[4] Bario-Neal rose gold crescent diamond ring, from $2,003.
I’ve loved this ring forever. It just feels so special. My husband and I are celebrating 10 years together next year … maybe a joint Christmas/anniversary gift?

[5] Kevia rose-gold-plated ear cuff and earring, $19.
I love these tiny squiggles, each a tiny bit different from the other.

[6] Sophia Webster shoes, $695.
Every pair of shoes she makes makes me happy.

[7] Dylanlex ‘Falkor’ necklace, $980.
I’m obsessed with every single piece by Philly-based Drew Ginsberg, but I covet this one the most.

[8] Bella Freud ‘1970’ candle, $60.49.
Because I’m in love with (almost) everything having to do with the ‘70s, and wouldn’t it go perfectly with that chair?


 

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[1] IRO Ashville Leather Jacket, $1,195.
Santa, please? Is any closet really ever complete without a powder blue leather jacket? Is it not the most perfect combination of tough and tender you’ve ever seen?

[2] Tom Ford Lips & Boys lipstick in ‘Flynn,’ $35.
Because one can never have too many lipsticks, and a soft pink hue is always a good idea.

[3] Chloé ‘Carlina’ sunglasses, $345.
For someone who’s never splurged on sunnies out of fear of losing them, these hippie-with-a-twist shades make me want to change my ways.

[4] Frida Kahlo pillow, $19.84.
Frida Kahlo is my spirit animal. I love any rendering that shows her beauty and melancholy spirit. She is more than just a unibrow!

[5] Ted Baker ‘Florany’ matinee purse, $149.
Show me anything in cotton-candy colors, and I will likely love it. Show me anything Ted Baker in cotton-candy colors, and I need it now.

[6] Iridescent Nike Sneakers, $209.
Nothing says street chic quite like a cool pair of sneakers to liven up any outfit. Plus, holographic things make my soul happy.

[7] Nastygal x Kat Maconie ‘Elise’ Satin Platforms, $180.
These perfect little platforms were made for me and my short legs. There are few outfits that these wouldn’t enhance (maybe I’ll leave them at home when I go to the gym but promise to wear them everywhere else).


 

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[1] Comme des Garçons x Converse sneakers, $125.
As a longtime fan of CDG and a former Converse connoisseur in my youth, I’ve had my eye on these for quite some time. They’re comfortable, chic and add a little pop of color to my otherwise monochrome wardrobe.

[2] Etsy Vintage fringe leather jacket, from $55.
It’s amazing what kind of old-school treasures you can find on Etsy — I stand by the rule that everyone should have an effortlessly cool leather jacket in their wardrobe.

[3] Urb Clothing melting tights, $65.
Who hasn’t wanted to look like a melting ice cream cone at least once in their life? Jokes aside, these tights are as rad as rad gets and will make you the center of attention anywhere.

[4] Céline transparent cat eye sunglasses, $299.
I’ve never been a sunglasses gal, but maybe I’d become one with these shades in my arsenal.

[5] Ohhio giant chunky knit cardigan, $475.
Talk about a sweater made with love! The price is almost justifiable considering the work that was put into this knitwear. I don’t think I’d ever want to take this off all winter.

[6] Issey Miyake bao bao bag, $985.
I can’t resist a bag with good construction and functionality to hold all of my crap. Really digging Miyake’s futuristic designs.

[7] Muji A5 6mm rule notebooks, from $9.
Every writer has a notebook of choice. Mine is this baby.

[8] Le Labo Bergamote 22, $160.
Since my mother bought this handmade perfume for me after a trip to San Francisco, it’s been my signature scent — a musky citrus that makes you smell like a rainforest.