She’s totally in tune with what’s cool. Act like you are, too.
Combine her love for art and chinoiserie with an affordable print by The Pink Pagoda. Every Southern entertainer needs Madison’s monogrammed cocktail napkins. Take the expected candle to the next level with a ceramic squirrel match strike.
Spike her stocking with a Gaultier fashion tome from the DMA. If she prefers country to couture, The Gypsy Wagon’s selection of Old Gringo cowboy boots is second to none. Or scoot over to Roma Boots for classic wellies; the locally based company donates a pair to poor children in rainy climates for each pair you purchase. For laid-back baubles, don’t miss Austin’s Son of a Sailor, which makes lovely leather and braided bracelets. New nearby label Crown Ginia pleases fancier ladies.
Add a dash of style to her recipe stock with handmade letterpress cards. Show her your sweet side with Fort Worth-based Cake Sensations’s jumbo cake balls in twenty-plus flavors such as lemon, red velvet, and devil’s food (to order, email email@example.com). For savory taste buds, Central Market dishes gift baskets full of Texas flavor. ’Tis the season for some bubbly wrapped in a fun sock monkey bottle sleeve from Sur la Table.
Austin artist Leah Duncan delivers the next best thing to a Vail getaway with her quirky Mountains print. Peace Traveler’s vintage upcycled suitcases (think ’50s train cases lined with retro fabrics) pack a style punch. Tuck in a fun carry-on, like Kings of the Road. Keep her iPad safe and sound with a new Gaia cover made with old-school textiles by refugees living in Dallas and sold at Forty Five Ten.
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Photos: Courtesy of The Pink Pagoda; Courtesy of Son of a Sailor; Courtesy of Gaia