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Holiday Gift Guide: Stocking Stuffers

Posted on December 6, 2011 by Rachel Rector

Besides family, feasts, and twinkling strands of lights adorning the city, stockings are one of my all time favorite holiday traditions. Growing up, my parents would stuff our stockings full of oranges, candy, and trinkets. Sometimes my big brother would even sneak a lump of coal into mine, just to see my reaction (ie: tears on Christmas morning). Still, I love the little treasures that stockings contain, and I relish in slowly opening mine each year.

Stockings can be pretty deep, so here is a collection of perfect stocking stuffers based on size and novelty:

  • Tights: Everyone needs a little extra warmth during these winter months, and what could possibly be more clever than stuffing stockings into a stocking? Everyone loves the classic, sexy styles by Maison Close, the super affordable French Curve collection, and the plethora of colorful prints by Look From London.
  • Panties: You can never have too many everyday basics, so why not help her stock up on them with a neat little Miel panty, which comes rolled up and ready to tie a ribbon around it? You also can’t go wrong with a colorful cotton panty from¬†Petit Bateau or Eberjey’s Pima Goddess collection.
  • Massage Oil: This is the gift that keeps on giving. Indulge each other in soothing post-holiday rubdowns with the lovely Moroccan Rose Organic Massage Oil by Red Flower.¬† Add a tiny travel candle in your favorite scent to complete the package.
  • Delicate Wash: Who doesn’t love a subtle hint of what awaits? A bottle of Soak, a no rinse detergent available in four delightful scents, makes a nice accompaniment to that huge box of lingerie under the tree!

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