The Shopping Begins

colour me classic holiday gift guide 2014

fur infinity scarf // nike frees // notepads // backpack // butter nail polish // copper mug // mobile charger // candle // calendar // cashmere scarf // glitter sneakers // leather cap // instant camera // gloves // hair wand // gold rim wine glass

 

I know it’s black Friday and all. None the less this gets me thinking about starting my christmas shopping. Which will be purely online this year. Christmas crowds give me anxiety. Lord knows I don’t need any more anxiety in my life. Mind as well make shopping enjoyable in the warmth of your home in your shopping gear *pajamas*. I didn’t include any clothes in this guide because I feel it’s easier to get people accessories.

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A couple notes on why I picked these items:

–In order to spruce up my desk situation, I just bought the calendar and notepad from Rifle Paper co—both are way cute! Because I believe in supporting other artist and those in the print industry, I wanted to share they are offering 30% off their site today,

–I’ve always wanted to have friends over and enjoy moscow mules in those beautiful copper cups.

–I ride my bike throughout the winter months so I enjoy a fancy pair of gloves to look at while attempting to not freeze my buns off.

–My friend has this Fuji camera and we used it the other night indoors at a bourbon tasting. It took great indoor photos. Normally I HATE the flash on cameras but this one gives a rad vintage feel. The size of the polaroids are tall and thin, instead of the normal square version.

–My phone is always dying on the go. I saw this adorable pink and gold one and thought I wouldn’t mind carrying that in my purse.

Obviously you don’t need me to tell you there are a million sales happening today. Some of these items may be included.

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  1. Jackie

    I totally understand your anxiety towards the Christmas crowds. I love shopping (obviously), but I cannot STAND shopping at this time of year at a mall. Crowds stress me out, stores are messy and it’s just chaos. No thanks – online for the win!

    xo Jackie
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