Tis the season for creative, thoughtful gifts. (We won’t tell that you used a cheat sheet.)
Activity-Tracking Smart Watch
The French know the importance of keeping moving and how to look good doing it, which explains why this chic, Paris-designed motion tracking watch does both jobs so well. A great option for your fitness and fashion conscious friends.
You know how “getting socks for Christmas” is kind of shorthand for lame? Well, Bombas is clearly out to smash that stereotype, with their comfy, cozy socks that look good, feel great and last a bizarrely long time. Not to mention that, for every pair of socks purchased, Bombas will donate a new pair to someone in need. Buy these for a friend and you’ll get a gushing thank-you note, trust us.
If all facemasks looked this good, nobody would be complaining. Everlane is the gold standard of the sweet spot between well made, well priced and ethically sourced, and the team there applied the same thought to these masks as they do to the rest of their impeccable line.
Handmade Ethical Wallet
Nisolo’s got leather so soft and supple, you’ll want to spend all day just sitting on it. This wallet is about as close as you can get and, given the quality of what you’re getting, it’s the rare gift-worthy wallet that’s not too hard on your own.
Love Anyway Hat
Every hat helps Preemptive Love fund frontlines work in places like Syria, Iraq and many others. Do a little good and look good doing it.
A t-shirt that supports people (it’s made ethically) and the environment (with recycled materials) by shopping with Pact this Christmas.
Happy Earth Long Sleeve
Made with no plastic or pesticides and ethically grown and sewn, and fits great too.
Sometimes working in your home office can get old. Pack up all your office supplies in this laptop backpack. It comes complete with a USB charging port, a cushion for your back, plenty of pockets and easy to clean fabric.