Shop Local With Our Annual Holiday Gift Guide!
By Diane Oliva, Style Editor
I don’t know about you, but every year the friends and family on my holiday list get more difficult to buy for. You too? Everyone seems to have everything these days. What’s left to buy them? Well, I’ve got you covered. From unique memberships to handcrafted items to luxurious splurges, here is my holiday gift guide for 2022. You can find these great gits at local, small, privately owned shops from around the Main Line.
Gorgeous and all-natural, The Farm At Oxford’s Holiday Subscriptions offer three deliveries over three weeks within 20 miles of the Kennett Square flower farm. $195
Give the gift of makeup! In a lesson with award winning makeup artist Darci Henry, she will go over your current products, suggest new ones and share her beauty secrets. $250, Malvern
Planners and calendars will keep moms and teachers organized. Main Point Books, starting at $7.95, Wayne
A luxurious robe from Hope Chest will keep her stylish throughout the winter. $238, Haverford
Animal print, color block, olive, and athleisure? This unique sweater incorporates every hot trend of this year and will delight the fashionista on your list. $72, 12 West Boutique, Wayne and Malvern
Every woman I know owns and loves Lisi Lerch earrings – and covets the new pieces in her collection. Trust me, another pair is always welcome. $46 small, $78 large, Lisi Lerch Bungalow, Villanova
Now that parties are back in full swing, let’s not forget about the hostesses. MLW Showroom makes unique, one-of-a-kind of a kind napkins and napkins holders that will stand out among the copious bottles of wine and boxes of candy normally given. MLW Showroom, Wayne
No, not another candle! Ah, this one is different. My favorite candles come from Zoet Bathlatier, which are all handmade in small batches with clean ingredients and the most amazing scents. $16-$44, Zoet Bathlatier, Malvern and Kennett Square Works
A camel cashmere and wool blend coat is timeless, classic and is something she will wear with everything from a T-shirt and leggings to a date night dress. $895, Latrice, Bryn Mawr
Who doesn’t love Ina Garten? Her new cookbook, Go To Dinners, has just been released. It’s a huge success and would be a great addition to every cook’s library. $32.99, Kennett Bookhouse
They may not always admit it, but men love a mani/pedi. Get your guy a gift certificate for one, and he will secretly be jumping for joy. $55-$86, Sage & Gray, Radnor
Cigar lover? How about a monthly membership to Living My Best Cigar Life. They will be sent 4 cigars a month for $31.50/month, Living My Best Cigar Life, Kennett Square and Glen Mills
Style and comfort combine in these classic black sneakers from Bungee Oblečení, created by Paoli designer Darrell Alston. $160
Shackets for men? Yes! They are flannel shirts’ trendy cousins. $168, Out There Outfitters, Wayne
Resurgent Custom Cask 100, because … guys like bourbon. $49.99, Revivalist Spirits, Elverson
He will need a glass for the bourbon, and this one is amazing. It’s designed to enhance the aroma and flavor in premium spirits. The base gets chilled in the freezer, so there is no need for ice. $44.95, Kitchen Kapers, Paoli, Ardmore, Center City, Chestnut Hill
Everyone has Eagles fever! Show them the love with an Eagle pullover from Tommy Bahama. $158, Englund Apparel, Malvern
You may not be able to buy him a Bentley, but these splurge-worthy special edition Focal headphones were designed in collaboration with Bentley Motors and have incredible sound. $1,299, Main Line Sound and Video, Wayne
Whether he is a seasoned golfer or new to the game, a lesson at Play a Round Golf will be a hit. A one-hour session includes play and pro instruction on a simulator that will analyze and record swing data. $125/hour, 20% off a package, Play-a- Round Golf, Malvern
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