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15 Things Topping Our Wish List [All Under $200]

We’re sharing the noteworthy finds at the top of our Editors’ own Holiday Wish Lists. Plus, our finds are always under $200 — bringing you the best of the best on a budget. Scroll to catch our team’s selects just in time for gift giving season . . .

 

 

01 What Kind Of Woman – $15
As an avid follower of Kate Baer, I can say there’s a reason her debut collection of poetry recently landed #1 as a New York Times Instant Bestseller. What a beautiful gift idea for all women.” Stephanie, Photographer

02SPHAERA Activated Charcoal– $26
“This soap bar is sustainable + a two-in-one type of cleanser. It’s also a natural, fresh cleanser that soothes my inflammation.”Rachel, Contributor

03 | Film for Her – $16
“This book is for the romantic daydreamer, and of course, the woman. Orion takes you through her home life + romantic memories with timeless film photography, polaroids, and poems.”Demetrius, Photographer

 


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| Menu S+P Grinders – $82

“These have been on my wishlist for quite a while, and I think it’s finally time to pull the trigger. I love the jewel tones + the elevated take on classic S+P.”Blake, Assistant Editor

05 | Always Pan – $145

“The Always Pan has a cult following for good reason — even within our team. When you mix stunning design with cookware, that is shockingly light, I’m so sold. Hot Tip: use code ‘supersale’ at checkout right now for $50 off.” Anna, Editor-In-Chief

06 | SodaStream Aqua Fizz – $160

“I am obsessed [read: addicted] to sparkling water. This SodaStream is eco-conscious + allows me to DIY my own flavors at home. Plus, I can stow my fizzy creations in these glass bottles.” Claire, Contributor

 

07 | Glass Candle Holder x Vase – $35

“I have a weakness for candles x candle holders, and anything burnt orange. I love how unique this piece is + how it shines on a tabletop.” Janine, Photographer

08 | Bedside Carafe – $65

“Growing up, my grandmother always had one of these in the spare bedroom, a small but sentimental detail of my childhood. Now that I have a home of my own, I’ve been on the hunt for an equally special carafe to set bedside for my guests. I’m eying this one by Maison Balzac.” – Blake, Assistant Editor

09 | CauseBox Subscription – $150

“This was all I got last year + it truly is the gift that keeps on giving. Plus, it’s a good ask if your loved ones aren’t the best gift givers I’ll say it.” Ella Ruth, Contributor

 

10 | The ReNew Slipper – $50

“I have been on the hunt for a good pair of slippers and these babies have my attention. Made of 100% recycled materials, cozy lining, and a durable sole, they’re especially ideal for those mornings that I need to make a quick run to the store. “Courtney, Photographer

11 | LSTN Noise Limited Headphones – $40

“With many schools closing, I really feel for the parents out there. So, this one’s for all you mamas who are looking for a form x functional way to spice up their kiddos tech gear. I saw this on Bespoke Post + just have to get it for my 10-year old sister. Nothing says ‘chic’ like some pop-of-pink headphones.” – Claire, Contributor

12 | BEIS Weekender Tote – $98

“Now that I’m #adulting, I’m slowly, but surely wanting to acquire quality pieces in every area of life. I already have multiple pieces from Beis [cosmetic pouch + dopp kit], so the next on my list is this beautiful weekender tote.” – Caitlin, Photographer

 

13 | Glossier Body Hero Exfoliating Bar – $14

“What from Glossier is not on my wishlist? This bar is exfoliating, has zero plastic, + comes in the signature scent which I love.” Megan, Editorial Intern

14 | Wear One’s At Unitard– $180

“The ultimate layering piece, WOA’s Liberty Unitard can take you from work to workout, and that’s exactly the intention of this American activewear brand. They design pieces made for sweat, meant for life.”Nicole, Contributor

15 | Craighill Desk Pad– $38

“Anything from Craighill is a ‘yes’ from me. I’m an avid pen-to-paper notetaker, and this unlined pad is something I wouldn’t mind leaving out on display.”Anna, Editor-In-Chief

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Looking for even more curated finds for the holidays? Stay tuned for our Annual Holiday Gift Guide dropping on the site tomorrow. . .

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