Consciously Curated: The Holiday Gifting Edition

Intervention alert. Am I the only one sick of holiday sale click bait and purging my inbox of all those pesky, deal-but-really-no-deal Cyber Monday emails? Thanks, but no thanks for my free scarf with $300 purchase. There I said it…and I know I’m not the only sane shopper.

I was in dire need of a pared down gift edit for the holidays and I thought you would enjoy my list. Alas, I’ve created my first conscious curation. In this feature I will highlight ethical style that makes impact beyond the needle and thread.

With this gift list you can give consumerism the boot and impress every lady on your list. The six shops here are my go-tos for purchasing consciously. I break them down for you here by the general vibe and pick a standout piece from site or designer.


What you’ll find: An artisan’s touch to everything. Be sure to shop the boutiques if you’re going for a current look.

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A coat to satisfy a chambray shirt habit. Find it here.



What you’ll find: A consolidated mix of everything – go ahead and build an entire conscious wardrobe.

ethica bag










Channel her inner Berkin…without the waitlist. Find it here.


Asos Green Room

What you’ll find: Trends for the free spirit without credit card freedom.

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If she’s bold enough for the matching separates craze. Find them here.


The Reformation

What you’ll find: Conscious finds fit for black tie occasions. Go for the stunner dresses that are equal parts simplicity and edge.

reformation dress










For the lady with her eye on 2015’s crystal ball. Find it here.


A Peace Treaty

What you’ll find: Culture and opulence. Take a note from that woman you envy sitting in first class flying to Indonesia.

a peace treaty scarf










For the Missoni-coveting globe trotter. Find it here.



What you’ll find: NY flair, in-your-face Kenyan prints.

SUNO pajamas










For the chic-in-her-sleep gal. Find it here.

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