Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Gift Guide: The Trend-Setter

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She's fun, fresh and often fluorescent. Always on to the next big thing - gift her this year with quirky and cute accessories to round out her ensembles and keep people guessing how she always knows what's hip.


Ombre pink mittens for blushing fingertips. From Ship & Shape.

A slightly saucy necklace. From Furbish.


A cute and colorful card case in an unusual shape. From Poketo.


For stemless sipping that's fancy enough for her favorite bubbly. Champagne flutes from Indigo.


A sunny shiny clutch. From French English on Etsy.

Rad borough-themed hard candies. From New York Mouth.


Motivating desktop decor. From Rifle Paper Co.



A beautiful bottle in the most spectacular shades. Scotch Naturals.


A colorfully covered classic. Mr. Boddington's Penguin Classics (love them all) from Anthropologie.

A flashy tassel for finding keys at the bottom of the bag. From Russel and Hazel.



A retro cool ice pop mold for summer barbeques and rooftop sunsets. From West Elm.

A charming charger that manages cords and props up your device all in one cute package. Goldie by Nice.

A spectacular, snuggly throw. From Avoca.


A cheerful way to start her morning. Hello Sunshine mug by Oh leander.
A beanbag. Are you sensing a trend? Fatboy original from Design Public.


Beautifully bold bracelets. Love knots from Sequence.



Booties with some sparkle. BC from Zappos.


Bring her Instagrams to life for a full fridge collage. Stickygram Instagram magnets.


And for taking her instagram skills to the next level. Holga camera at Urban Outfitters.


An entire earring wardrobe of simple studs. From skulls to stars, kisses and hugs, to big pink gumdrops, sparkles and surprises.


A cozy cap with a colorful pompom. By Annie Larson.


A neon menagerie for her pad. The Good Machinery has some awesome ones, or great inspiration for some DIY.

A fabulous tinted lip balm with the exact flavor and color of my favorite Barbie chapstick circa 1992. Baby Lips by Maybelline on Amazon (or at your CVS).
A great graphic sweater. From Gap Kids if she can squeeze into a little boy's XL. 





Finally, a collection of her very favorite flicks. From Amazon.

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