With giving season so near, it’s time to shop for dear ones. Here’s a list of nine affordable gifts that are either made by women or from women-owned companies. And they’re all just a click and send away.
Typo Boutique’s custom address stamp will hit a soft spot with snail-mail fans. Bring it as a gift to a holiday party, housewarming or wedding.
These miniature, bright green moss balls make the perfect pet: They’re low-maintenance and hard-to-kill. All they require is a lot of patience. These aquatic plants only grow five millimeters per year.
Cost: $30 per month
Buy the women in your family good health with multivitamins from Ritual, a company that prides itself on ingredient transparency. Each subscribed month, you’ll get 30 days’ worth of vitamins for $30.
For that friend who’s always traveling, this luggage tag is a serious lifesaver. Tile’s Bluetooth tracker, paired with an app, makes it easy to find your belongings anywhere. It’s a little peace of mind you can give them for the holidays.
Made out of soapstone and marble, these rocks — designed by Runa Klock — replace your everyday ice cubes. Freeze these pieces before you add them to a cocktail for extra style.
Cost: $30 for box of 24 truffles
Founder Alak Vasa left her Wall Street life to become a chocolate maker. Try four of her flavors (i.e. raspberry with beet root infusion, rose with cardamom infusion) in one impressive gift box, where each truffle is only sweetened with raw honey.
Nothing is worse than being stuck in an uncomfortable bodysuit all day, so this one from Yatir Clothing is a breath of fresh air. It’s soft, velvety and — best of all — stretchy.
Keep all your toiletries inside this travel pouch, printed in Mokuyobi’s signature bright colors and whimsical print.
Imagine a world where a box of pie comes to your door once a month, every month. Goldbely, a food mail order service, can make that happen. This New York-based start up has popular pies from cities all over America, and it ships out pies expertly packaged — with ice packs and a cardboard pie box.
Typography by Simi Mahtani for The Lily.
Photos by Linda Wang for The Lily.
Hand-drawn elements by Rachel Orr.