Last year I created a few gift guides for those who LOVE fandoms like Doctor Who, Harry Potter, and Sherlock. This year is no different! I’m sprinkling magic AND geek all over this holiday season. Click here to see Unicorn Must Haves and here for Witchy Essentials! Today is all about our favorite woodland creature: the fox! Let’s find where the wild things are for all the fox lovers on your list. *Some affiliate links have been used. Check out my about me page to learn more about these links.
Loly in the Sky Critter Fix Printed Sneaker
For those casual fox lovers on your list. $34.99 via Modcloth.
For your foxy coffee-drinking friend. $14.99 via Fuego.
Fox Infinity Scarf in Navy
Foxes are even better in Fall. Keep warm with this scarf in a fox pattern. $9.99 via Amazon.
Sleeping Fox Tote
Slip all of your foxy gifts into this reusable tote! $27.99 via LookHuman.
Fox Crossbody Bag
An everyday purse for your gal pal fox enthusiast. $29.99 via Amazon.
S’ip by S’well Water Bottle in Sly Fox
Got a foxy runner to buy for? Try this stainless steel water bottle in Sly Fox! $19.99 via Amazon.
Who cares if this throw is for kids? It’s adorable for the “always cold” fox lover on your list! $25.54 via Target.
Crochet Fox Coffee Cozy
To wrap around your love’s coffee or hot chocolate on Christmas morning. $8 via Etsy.
Fox Table Lamp
Perfect for any fox hole or library or game room. $29.99 via Target.
Foxy Casual Socks
Keep your SO’s toes warm with their favorite critter. $1.50 via Target.
If you’re participating in The Nerdy Girlie’s 5 Fandom Friday, you may have noticed a few of us have made some DLC’s to complement the already lengthy blog prompt list courtesy of The Nerdy Girlie and Super Space Chick. You can check out my first DLC for 5 Fandom Friday: the GG Pack (the Geeky Gal Pack)!
With today being the first day of December, I thought I’d do a round 2 of Presents I Want Santa to Bring Me. I’m not a hard person to shop for. In fact, I cherish just about anything. I keep every card. Every mug gets a spot in the cabinet. Every necklace gets an occasion to be worn. With that said, here’s 5 things I’m hoping to see under the tree this year! *Some affiliate links have been used. Check out my about me page to learn more about these links.
A pair of Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Platform Low Tops. I’m short. I love Converse. Instant Christmas present for $60!
I’ve been eyeing Fitbits for a year now. I can’t decide between the Fitbit Charge 2 or the Fitbit Alta HR. Both are the same price ($149.95) and do almost the same things. I’ve been getting my weight on track since April 2017, and I’d love to have one of these to help my journey.
Target Gift Card
A target gift card for all the clothes I’ve been seeing that I just NEED. Like sweaters and boots and cardigans and dresses and… I’ll stop. But for real, the clothes in Target call my name every time I go in. I just need permission (and money) to get my fix!
After a conversation about women’s giant wallets and being able to fit said wallet in your pocket, I found Fossil’s Emma RFID Mini Multifunction Wallet that comes in a variety or colors but this one is my favorite. Even if this one doesn’t find it’s way under the tree, it’s going to be mine on my birthday. Because “Treat yo self!”
A cozy hooded robe… I have needed one of these ever since I experienced a real winter where it actually gets below freezing! Not to mention the hubby prefers the house a lot cooler than I do so it’d be so nice to lounge around in a fuzzy robe… This one is from VS but save half with Amazon for this one!
What are you asking for Santa to bring you this year? Tell me in the comments!
So I am obsessed with the librarian look. You can make it edgy or hipster or preppy. It can be casual or business casual. It’s versatile and trendy but timeless. I can’t wait to try it myself! *Some affiliate links have been used. Check out my about me page to learn more about these links.
Both of these looks from Someone Like You remind me of Belle, the original Disney bookworm. The light blue shirt with white buttons is reminiscent of her first “peasant” dress. The mustard yellow cardigan is for her ball gown, and the burgundy dress is for her winter cloak. The scalloped edges on both of these outfits give them a whimsical feel.
To achieve this librarian chic look try this dress in burgundy, this cardigan in mustard, these boots in brown, and these tights in white.
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