We’ve got 9 incredible gift guides coming your way over the next few weeks. First up? The ladies, of course.
Sometimes the hardest part about shopping for someone is narrowing down where to start. Savannah has so many incredible shops, it’s hard to choose just a few, but you’ll be sure to find some wide-smile inducing
No Holiday Shopping list for the women in your life would be complete without a trip to the jewelry store. Savannahians know that when it comes to getting her the perfect piece of jewelry, you go to Levy’s: Stackable bracelets? Check. Stunning diamond earrings? Check. The coveted holiday engagement ring? Double check. Nothing will shine as bright this Christmas Eve as the new tennis bracelet on her wrist.
Can you ever go wrong giving a woman shoes? Probably not, unless, that is, you get her the wrong size. While we can’t help you with that, we can help you point you in the direction of the Globe Shoe Co., a Savannah stable since 1892 (no joke). They carry an impressive collection of shoes that includes Donald J. Pliner, ECCO, Frye, Birkenstock, Johnston & Murphy, and more. You may even find something for yourself while you’re there.
Nourish is a green company that makes environmentally-friendly products with no petroleum or harsh detergents, and they make great gifts. They make soaps you expect, like Peppermint and Lavender & Mint, but they also have Old Man And The Sea, which is rich enough to be a shaving bar, and Fountains of Youth, a facial bar with Dead Sea mud to draw out toxins. They also have soy candles, shower steams, and bath ball fizzies – which kids love!
Inspired by a love of world travel and quirky design style, Paula and Taras Danyluk opened The Paris Market and Brocante in 2001, and Savannahians were hooked. Complete with a café, The Paris Market is the perfect mid-day stop on your stopping extravaganza. You can find anything from leather goods and candles to vintage furniture within these walls, so make sure you set some time aside to fully explore all the nooks, crannies, and two-floors worth of goods.
We can’t get enough of this incredible boutique! A hybrid studio and store, Satchel was founded by SCAD grad Elizabeth Seeger in 2006 – and has been a hit ever since! While their leather choices change seasonally, you’re always able to find their tried-and-true styles in stock. Plus, you’ll get to discover “one-of-a-kindish” pieces – pieces made from leftover leather – while you watch these creatives at work.
Emily McCarthy set out to be a trend setter and challenged herself to create a truly unique personalized styles and options you can’t find anywhere else. Give the gift of comfort with a Champagne print or Gold Dot nightshirt, or some whimsical cicada earrings. Of course, no gift is complete without some holiday wrapping paper. Set your gifts apart with personalized gift tags and gift wrap so pretty it’s frame worthy.
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