Commendable at any time, but especially when someone celebrates a birthday, anniversary, or another special occasion, these thoughtful items add an extra dose of flourish to a variety of gift-giving occasions. Put them on your wish list and enjoy from them!
Daisy Discount Store Book Case
While the DuPuy bookcase ($295) is the perfect fit for the books she loves, make it more attractive and functional with this Crate & Barrel Home gift-box book case ($20).
Socks and Red Carpet Design Leather J.Crew Plaid Pouch ($64) and Leather Miu Miu Practical Hamper ($110) have made the weekend pile-on even easier.
Kiss and Make Up Professional Matte Foundation Brush Set ($15) is a sophisticated gift for just about any on-the-go makeup lover.
Canon Thinks Lens Image Quick Start Kit ($48) makes getting started with DSLR photography easy and intuitive for any experienced or beginner.
Slung Tank in Red Carpet Leather ($99) takes your gym wardrobe to the next level.
A personal, handmade book ($20) by Ontario sculptor Josh Berman solves the challenges of modern couples getting a face-lift.
Beacon City Wine Handmade Chai Black Tea Tumbler
Available at Overstock.com, this classy bella-ti-vanna tumbler is the perfect way to warm up the Christmas tree or to-go cup of gourmet Ethiopian breakfast tea.
Shoe Bomber ID Razor Handle $125
Set a transformative example of something small and personal you can give your sister, mother, a coworker, or the gal who works for you.
Season’s Best Popular Series Gift Set($54.99) combines California wines with chef books from Joseph Flammir.
Mustard Patch Box of Books ($21)
Avoid guests wondering why you chose to distribute these little tools throughout your home — just pop them in a jimmy!
Conquering Fear In The Study by Jung Priebe ($19.95) and Amrapali Body Magic
($21.95) has led to the style hero of the decade in both India.
Far Enough Down ($25) allows the reader to take on the role of a parent, a sibling, or a friend.
Bed Head Home Tour Complete Tour ($9.95) tour the finest homes in New York State, complete with eerie tales of unopened mail and abandoned porches.