Innovative Gifts Ideas For Tots to Teens

Our gift ideas for tots to teens features a curated selection of toys, books, tech items, DIY products, and more! Everything on our list will keep even the hardest to please entertained for hours. With a variety of price points, you can be sure to find the quintessential gift for all the young ones on your list.   1. Classic Metal Ride-On Pedal Car | Baghera | $239.99 2. Astronaut Ice Cream Sandwich | Paper Source | $5.95 3. Toy Table-Top Drum Set Mat | FAO Schwarz | $49.99 4. Tourmaline Cruiser Bluetooth Record Player | Crosley | $69 5. Crystal Fragrance Kit | Paper SourceRead More →

Impressive Gifts For The Guy In Your Life

Shopping for the guy in your life can be challenging. But rest assured, we’ve got you covered. Whether you’re looking for ideas for your boyfriend, brother, finance, father or best guy friend, our list has a ton of options. From travel and tech, to essentials like basic tees and toiletries, here are 20 items that won’t disappoint. 1. Tartan Reusable Travel Mug | Barbour | $17 2. Sunday Cologne | Byredo | $260 3. Pizza Passion Collection | Villeroy & Boch | $35 – $65 4. Skull-Motif Leather Passport Case | Connor | $98 $83 5. Wireless Headphones | Solo 3 | $300 6. UKegRead More →

30 Awe-Inspiring Christmas Tree Themes To Choose From

As the holiday season approaches, it seems like there are a number of new Christmas tree themes to choose from. I’ve always been someone who’s gone all out, starting with finding a picture perfect tree and spending hours decorating it while sipping hot cocoa. Growing up, mom would put up three in our Massachusetts home—a traditional tree in the family room; an over-the-top gold tree in the living room; and an Eloise inspired pink one in my bedroom. In fact, it’s a ritual that still takes place today. I’ve been searching Pinterest for Christmas tree themes for my DTLA apartment and I’ve come up withRead More →

Budget Friendly Gift Ideas Under $25 Dollars

These budget friendly gift ideas are all under $25. They’re ideal for when you’re shopping for stocking stuffers or looking for a small secret Santa gift and you’re not sure what to get. 1. Travel Straw Set | Paper Source | $8.95 2. Mini Waffle Maker | Dash | $18 $14 3. Hidden Crystal Candle | Uncommon Goods | $22 4. Nostalgic Christmas Tree Ornament | Mr. Christmas | $20 5. Rainbow Pavé Moon Ring | $24 $16.99 + Earrings | $18 (Madewell) 6. Hot California Notebook | $43 $22 + Beach Pencils $21 (Fine & Candy) 7. Bodum Coffee Press | Madewell | $15Read More →

Spare No Expense Designer Gifts For Her

Our list of extravagant designer gifts for her was curated with luxury in mind. It’s for the amazing woman in your life who has expensive taste and deserves only the best. 1. New York by New York | Assouline | $250 2. Silver Glitter Arrow 2.0 Sneakers | Off-White | $705 $515 3. Ski Bunny Sweater | Frame | $295 4. Printed Star Gloves | Autumn Cashmere | $120 5. Champagne Selection Hamper | Charbonnel Et Walker | $161.50 6. Flash Earrings | Isabel Marant | $315 $205 7. Spiked Iridescent Glittered Bucket Bag | Christian Louboutin | $1,690 8. Glitter Stripe Sunglasses | GucciRead More →

A Guide to Choosing The Right Boots This Season + 90 of My Favorites!

There’s nothing I love more than buying new boots for the autumn and winter seasons. I grew up on the East Coast, so having a collection in an assortment of styles was a rite of passage. Not much has changed since I moved to Los Angeles—except maybe I invest in booties (so I can wear them all year long) more so than over-the-knee or thigh-high. This time of the year, however, is when I start getting ready for my trip back East for the holidays. And with that comes, winter shopping. Here’s my guide to choosing the right boots this season, with 90 pairs ofRead More →

The Las Vegas Strip at night

Recently I spent five days and four nights vacationing on the Las Vegas Strip. It was my first time visiting Sin City which I know in this day and age, is practically unheard of. I left on a Saturday afternoon and met up with my parents who drove in from Arizona and arrived a few hours after me. The trip was fast moving since there was so much to do and see in such a short amount of time (two days consisted mainly of travel.) There were a ton of trip highlights (I outlined some on Instagram stories) but here are my favorites. PS: AfterRead More →

What I Learned From The Personality Test I Had To Take In College

My first assignment in my business communications and ethics class was to take the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. Initially, I thought it was odd that my professor was asking her students to take this sort of personality test. Little did I know this questionnaire would reveal so much about myself (and my character), and help me get a better understanding on why I operate and think the way that I do. Psychiatrist Carl Jung believed that we experience the world using four principal psychological functions based on conceptual theory, with one of each being dominant over the other. Extraversion or Introversion (how you focus your attention:Read More →