holiday gift guide

The Simplicity of Gifting

This holiday season we’re all about simplicity. We curated 4 thoughtful gift sets designed to delight in the moment and beyond.
To make it even easier, our sets arrive gifting ready but we also have a few simple, yet impressive DIY wrapping ideas if you want to be a little extra (in the most minimal and sustainable way).

Browse Sets Gift Wrap Ideas

Earring Capsule Sets
Curated 4 piece sets for foolproof (and plentiful) styling options.
The Complete Earring Capsule
All 8 pieces of the original earring capsule for ultimate creativity and versatility.
Build your own duo
Stud + Jacket = better together. Create your own set.

Need help choosing? Go with our best selling duo -

Earring Stud & Jacket Duo
from $88 $118
Limited Editions
Add limited editions to your set for a gift that's perfectly customized.

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DIY Holiday Gift Wrap

Now that you've found the perfect gift, our guide wouldn't be complete without a few simple wrapping ideas that are equally stylish as they are sustainable. There's something about beautifully wrapped gifts that makes the experience of opening them even more special and shows them how thought you put into selecting it.
1. Reuse the packaging
Each order comes wrapped in our custom watercolor paper. Simply reuse it to wrap your gift. Add a ribbon (which can also be reused as this season's on-trend hair accessory) and you’re set.
2. Upcycle Chic
We have quite the archive of beautiful fabric from past photoshoots and we love using them as an alternative to wrapping paper. This season we wanted to find a new way of wrapping with fabric. Enter the Furoshiki Bag - a super simple method of fabric origami to create this cute little dumpling bag. Any square material will do and it involves nothing more than three knots.
3. Look to nature
Our jewelry box makes a beautifully minimal statement on its own. It's linen embossed and foil letterpressed with our logo on top. To add an extra holiday touch, we simply taped fresh winter greenery to the box. We picked up traditional swag (the kind you hang on the door as opposed to the freebies you get at your holiday party) which is inexpensive and easy to find.  The bunch was more than enough to wrap our presents. With the leftovers, we put a few sprigs in small vases to spread the festive vibe around the office.