While still digesting your turkey, you realize Christmas is just 26 days away! Stumped for gifts for the gals in your life who seem to have absolutely everything? Here are some that will have them exclaiming, with joy, “Wherever did you find this?”
Old Town Engravers
I discovered Old Town Engravers this year when I visited Bluffton, South Carolina. These fabulous mother-of-pearl discs personalized with initials are the perfect gift for young or old. Classy, simple and oh-so elegant.
Engraved pendants range from $45-$55 (depending on size). Pearls range from $38 – $50. Click HERE for Old Town Engravers Website.
Deborah Grivas Jewelry*
Eye-colored earrings are the perfect “personal” gift for any gal. If the earring matches her eye color, they will automatically enhance with anything she’s wearing. Go with your natural coloring, and you can’t go wrong.
*Lovely Deborah Grivas is offering readers her “Super Insider” Private Sale Promotion. Receive 40% OFF your purchase of $100 or more using Promo code: CHEERS.
THANK YOU, DEBORAH! Click HERE to visit Deborah’s website.
Whiskey in a Teacup
Reese Witherspoon’s book, Whiskey in a Teacup, remains a classic go-to on my shelf. Why? It includes everything from recipes to entertaining ideas, to holiday decorating tips. Not to mention, the most exquisite photographs. You don’t have to be a Southern girl to love this book.
Keep it on your coffee table–or in your kitchen. (I loved it so much, I bought each of my daughters one.)
Click HERE to order Whiskey in a Teacup from Amazon.
Quintessential Style: Cultivate and Communicate Your Signature Look
After five years, Quintessential Style is still going strong. Hundreds of books have been sold, and Janna and I are truly humbled. “Who are you TODAY?” For timeless information–whether you’re 18 or 80. (Read reviews on Amazon here.)
Click HERE to purchase Q Style from Amazon.
If you follow popular blogger Susan Street (Susan after 60.com), here’s her review of our book:
I must tell you about a book I recently read, “Quintessential Style” by Janna Beatty and Sharon White.
“Some of you know that I have been working on a book of my own, however after reading this one I realize all of the things I wanted to share with you have been succinctly stated here. “
50 Ways to Wear a Scarf
My daughter gave me this book a couple of Christmases ago and I loved it so much I got in touch with author Lauren Friedman and interviewed her. (Read the interview HERE.) The book lives in my closet. I refer to it whenever I’m stumped about how to artfully tie my scarf.
Click HERE to order “50 Ways to Wear a Scarf” from Amazon.
Please tell us some all-time favorite gifts you’ve given (or received) over the years. We LOVE your ideas!
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