I’m one of those people who thoroughly enjoys buying gifts for friends, but I am fully aware that there are many of you out there who don’t feel this way. I’ve seen you come in over the years (on the 24th of December!) looking for something that suits your friend but not really knowing what to get, how much to spend and running out of time.  This is when the best of intentions can turn into a stressful experience and it just shouldn’t be this way.  So in hopes of making this holiday season easier we have created a weekly gift guide that covers all price ranges, styles and sentiments. For the next five Mondays (November 23- December 21) we will be giving you our thoughts and ideas on gifts. Most of these will come from the world of C&P but we might even throw in some things that are particularly special when we find them. So have fun with it this year; throw out those negative thoughts and replace them by really thinking about what your loved one would like and I promise it will bring you joy as well. I believe that finding the right gift for someone will make you feel like you received a gift yourself. Happy holidays!


These are the perfect mittens to get you through the upcoming cold months. Designed by Filippa K from Sweden these not only look great but will keep you warm all winter long. Only a Swede could come up with something so beautiful and utilitarian for our winter needs. Beautiful claystone lambskin outer lined with shearling.

A beautiful scarf to add to your winter coat. Channeling the best of the 70’s this rust wool scarf will have you cozy and warm all while looking stylish.

I have this sweater (in brown and cream) and can’t seem to stop wearing it. The perfect cardigan in cozy mohair and lambswool makes any outfit better. Great belted as well, this is a gift that will be loved for years to come.

Another beautiful scarf. A bit more romantic than 70’s, this one will be great for a friend or your Mom. Soft wool with beautiful paisley pattern makes it a classic.

See you next week with more ideas to come. Have a great Thanksgiving!

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