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A LITTLE HINT


I have a crazy obsession with creating the BEST holiday wish list. I always challenge myself to see how can I curate the most amazing list of things. As I have gotten older, my wish list has gotten shorter but more meaningful. It is less about the quantity of things and more about investing in quality items that will last for years to come.

This holiday season, I have fallen in love with several items from Cuyana. They have a philosophy of "Fewer, better things." In a season that can be all about more, more, more this idea is so refreshing. They challenge us to stop and think about investing in higher, quality goods that will be in it for the long run.


For the holidays they developed these cute little hint cards that are perfect for giving that little nudge to someone.



You simply fill them out and send in the mail (snail-mail style) to those who might need a little help this holiday season. 


To get you started on your list. I've included a few recent favorites of mine from Cuyana. First up is this perfect little bordeaux clutch. It works as the perfect fall/winter color that will only get better with age. The monogramming also adds such a nice personalized touch.


Next, are two things that I just cannot stop grabbing. How can you not love a cozy alpaca cape that is almost like wearing the chic-est blanket on the planet? It is perfect for frosty air conditioned offices and days when you just can't get out of bed.

I'm also obsessed with this tote. The color is the perfect gray/nude that goes with everything (and looks especially good with black) It also manages to be the perfect size that isn't too bulky to knock people over at a bar but still fits a pair of shoes and a scarf (city essentials) I'm also a huge fan of the monogramming on this one too.



What will be on your wish list this holiday season?



This post was done in partnership with Cuyana. Thank you for supporting the brands featured on this blog.


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