Scarf down the season.
Weft & Warp
What: Breathtaking silk wraps were inspired by a trek artist Charlotte Graves took through Oaxaca, Mexico, before ditching her postgrad graphic design gig to launch the line.
Why: Each digitally printed cover-up comes in a one-of-a-kind printed pouch.
Where: Available at weftandwarp.com, $225-$245.
Snail Mail My Email
What: Email the site through Sunday and someone will write (and deliver) your message the old-fashioned way.
Why: Hitting send doesn’t come close to licking a stamp. Flip through the new book for fresh pen-spiration.
Where: Available at snailmailmyemail.org, free.
Carats & Cake
What: Rookie brides-to-be can sift through recent newlyweds’ event photos, then click for vendor contacts, DIY tips, and helpful details to plan their own wedding.
Why: DailyCandy readers get early access to custom pages and top picks via this link.
Where: Available at caratsandcake.com, free.
Maison de Morgana
What: The Los Angeles-based jewelry designer fashions white bronze and brass into rings, bracelets, earrings, and necklaces.
Why: Bolo-tie styles and mesh bracelets with pyramid stones nod to Coppola’s Dracula and King Arthur’s sorceress sister Morgan le Fay.
Where: Available at maisondemorgana.com, $45-$200.
What: Big Apple-based Downtown Cookie Company’s peculiarly seasoned (and poultry-free) confections make a strong case for dessert before dinner.
Why: Pepperidge Farm herbs, cinnamon, and dried cranberries pair well with piping hot cider.
Where: Available at downtowncookieco.com, $8.
Photos: Courtesy of Weft & Warp