Gift Guide: For the Fashion Fan

When it comes to stylish gifts you can never go wrong with jewelry. Accessories make the outfit, so indulge in a new statement necklace, gold iPhone case or beautiful loafers. Or, make it personal with a hand-blended fragrance or the sunglasses everyone is wanting. No matter what you get that one very fashionable friend (we all have one!) include a comforting sentiment in a simple jewelry dish. Even if you can't find the perfect outfit, everything is going to be ok.

Gift Guide: For the Hostess

Forget the sad fruit cake from the grocery store this holiday season and instead opt for beautiful and thoughtful hostess gifts. It takes a lot to host family and friends over the holidays and these pieces will show your true appreciation for all of that hard work. Light and pretty jewelry that the hostess can add to any party ensemble is always a good choice! Also, look for special kitchen accessories that you can pair with food. A honey pot for some local honey, copper cups for a bottle of vodka or some finishing salts and salt cellar. Whatever you choose make sure it's something you would love to see when opening the door to new guests!

Gift Guide: Splurge Worthy!

Looking to impress this holiday season? Splurge on handmade gifts in pristine finishes. Crystal, Gold, Brass, Leather, Cashmere - you can't go wrong. Or, make it special by personalizing, like these ombre notecards. And remember, statement jewelry is always worth splurging.

Gift Guide: For the Nature Lover

We all love the beautiful outdoors, especially in the Pacific Northwest, so embrace them this holiday season with your gift list! Give jewelry that features natural stones, like turquoise, quartz and pyrite. Bring the outside in with glass terrariums, mossy scented candles or natural oyster shells (they make great salt dishes!). Find one of the great florals this season, from books to journals or a fun bud vase. Or, go all out with a new jacket so that nature lover can truly love being outdoors.

Gift Guide: Under $100

These pretty and practical gifts won't break your budget. For under $100 you can give thoughtful gifts that are handmade and locally sourced. Look for layering jewelry like simple chain pieces or a beautiful box to keep them in. Sets are a great way to give more this season, from books to skincare or even salt and pepper shakers! Or, consider a yearlong subscription gift. You can send Stumptown Coffee to your loved ones every two weeks, all year for under $100!