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    Holiday Gift Guide: For The Female Homebody

    18th December 2013

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    Can I even just tell you how fun this gift guide was to put together? So fun.

    Like, so, so fun. I mean, “homebody chic” is ki-i-i-nd of my wheelhouse, since I work from home most days, and like to make some effort at being a put-together adult person.

    Meaning, no airplane gliders in this one, but I can promise you would make any woman happy with one of the crowd-pleasing goodies above, like a color-neutral wreath, super cozy pj’s, and (duh) some new holiday tunes.

    Get the goods >>

    1. Diptyque Pine 2013 Holiday Candle – $60

    2. West Elm cable throw - $71

    3. L.L. Bean leather handle tote, with monogramming - $50

    4. Kelly Clarkson, Wrapped in Red CD – $11

    5. Winter Wreath - $44

    6. Noble Tonic tahitian vanilla bean maple syrup – $29

    7. Sleepy Jones “Marina” pajama shirt – $145

    8. Sleepy Jones “Marina” pajama pant – $134

    9. Minnetonka “Chrissy” bootie – $46

    10. Drybar Blowout in a Box – $199 (and for you guys with major ???’s over your head whenever your lady tells you she’s getting a blowout, read this)

    Tell me:

    Which of these gifts would the lady in your life like to see under the tree this year?


    • Junior

      That maple syrup looked like bourbon at first, and a woman who drinks bourbon is sexy in my book. Just tried some maple syrup bourbon liquor the other day. It was delicious and makes a very good gift, I’d put it on pancakes or in my coffee.

    • Mathieu Bilal

      I used to have my hair blown out, back in the days (Middle School-to-High School) when I was able to grow out a 8-12″ Fro. I remember my Mom using a hot comb (those that heated up on the stove) to do the deed.

      • Style Girlfriend

        That’s more effort than I put into my own hair in middle school! (which is to say, none at all..)

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