Playing Favorites: November Holiday Gift Guide

That chill in the air and the push to start holiday shopping early this year has me in the mood to share some November favorite finds with you! This post, I’m playing favorites with Mark & Graham, Fat Face, and more! Mark & Graham is having a huge warehouse sale and the prices are primed for holiday shopping—can we say early Black Friday?!

Here’s what I’m loving to shop now to wear all month or gift for the upcoming holidays…

Gift Idea #1: Mark & Graham Monogrammed Scarves & Blankets

Featured above : The Italian Blanket Scarf and Italian Plaid Throw Blanket in Highland Hunter Green Tartan

These scarves and blankets come in so many great plaid tartans and have several monogram options. They make a perfect gift!

Gift Idea #2: Mark & Graham Essential Tote & Build Your Bag

Featured above: The Essential Suede Tote in Camel with a Build Your Bag Blue/Red Strap

I love the Mark & Graham Build Your Bag system! Their handbags and totes are so well made, 100% leather, and they have personalization options. They come with a matching strap, but you can order another strap to add a custom look to your bag. It’s fun to mix and match!

Gift Idea #3: Fat Face Sweaters & Jackets

Featured above: Fat Face Judy Parka in Navy

With the cooler temps greeting us it is now parka season here in New England! This Fat Face Parka is perfect for November and December. I love the attention to detail.

Featured above: Fat Face Soft Ivory Fair Isle Jumper

Fat Face always has the best fair isle sweaters this time of year and they make great gifts or additions to your cold weather wardrobe.

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Happy shopping and gift-giving! I’m starting to get some of my holiday shopping done and the sales right now are so great!

Items featured in this post c/o Mark & Graham & Fat Face.

Until next time,


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