The Weekend Guide


Thanks for taking one for the team, Mr. Turkey.

At long last, one of our favorite importers of sustainable goods (wooden bowls, yak wool scarves, brass Tuareg bangles) from Colombia, Peru, and India introduces e-commerce.
Why: Stop tripping; it has your culturally peppered decoration scheme covered. Enter code DC25 for 25 percent off the site thru Nov. 30.
Where: Online at surevolution.com.

Create Your Own Cupcakes

What: Baked by Melissa is the Standard Oil of mini cupcakes (meaning market domination), so when we heard about CYOC, we just smiled politely and suppressed our liberal tendencies.
Why: We foresee times in the near future when 300 maple syrup-iced, cookie dough-filled, dime-size spice cakes ($300) are needed.
Where: Online at bakedbymelissa.com.

Cookbooks for Chefs and Foodies
What: Whether you’re in charge of the bird or just bringing wine, study up on seasonings and best vintages with cookbooks from James Beard, Ina Garten, Jamie Oliver, and more.
Why: You don’t want to give Grammy food poisoning — again.
When: T-Day is a week away. The time is now.
Where: Online at dailycandy.com.

Stanton James Sale

What: Its seasonal closet cleaning means more pieces from designers like Elaine Kim, Bilingual, Aaron Ashe, and MinkPink in your wardrobe.
Why: Enter code SAVE70 to do score 70 percent off everything in the private sale thru Sun.
Where: Online at stantonjames.com.

Send Santa to the Troops

What: Pause between parties to help grassroots nonprofit Operation Care Package send some love the way of our men and women in uniform.
Why: They need your help to get through another holiday away from home.
Where: Online at operationcarepackages.org.

A cheeky indie flick about an unlikely group of Texas women who start a business exterminating cheating, abusive husbands and bad men in general.
Why: It’s cold out. Stay in and pop some corn while they pop ’em off.
Where: Online at netflix.com.

Photo: Courtesy of SuRevolution