I've made my list and I've checked it twice and these are some of the things I have my eye on for Christmas! I'm notoriously hard to shop for so my parents just ask for what I want and I typically pick out one or two items I wouldn't normal buy myself as my gift. The only problem is that my list this year is quite practical and I don't know what exactly to ask for!
The only waterproof jacket I own is my full out winter jacket, so this
would be perfect for rainy day adventures. I'm also in need of a good bag to carry around during the day that is not my backpack. I've been using my Everlane tote for awhile, and although I love it, I would love to add another bag to my collection that has a zipper for maximum security and that looks more polished than my twill tote.
matches my ankle boots which is just another reason why I need this bag in my life ASAP.
I'm the type of person who falls asleep in whatever is convenient, but this PJ (
) set is just too cute to handle.
just released their own
and now I think I might have to get this
as a gift to myself.
I've heard that
are all the rage, and as someone who actually enjoys packing and always need to have my stuff organized, this is a necessity for me. Another necessity is a good pair of shoes to walk in day to day. While my beloved converse will always be a classic, the
are a bit more stylish and put together.
And finally to round out my wishlist is the
. I'm planning on doing a bit of traveling next year and would love a carry on bag that is functional and stylish. I'm really drawn to the Away bag because it's a suitcase, my preferred type of carry on, and they put so much time and thought into crafting the ideal carry on. On the other hand, the Everlane Weekender is much easier to store (a big plus for this New Yorker) and matches my
for ultimate travel style. The Everlane is about half the price of the Away bag which is an added perk, but I keep going back and forth on which one I like better.
So there's my Christmas list! What do you have your eye on this holiday season?