One of my favorite things about the holidays is giving friends and family gifts that they will enjoy for years to come. Whether there’s someone in your life that loves to cozy up with a good book and a cup of tea, or you’re looking for a little something for yourself, this guide is for all things cozy at all price points!
Personally, one of my favorite go-to gifts is a soft cardigan that can be worn at home or on a plane. Any gift that’s versatile enough to be used at home or during travel is amazing!
I have heard amazing things about this silk pillowcase. All of the reviews say that it’s perfect for skin and hair. Plus, it looks super luxe! Definitely a splurge-worthy gift.
If you’re looking for gifts under $50, I bought these slippers for myself a few weeks ago and put them on every night when I come home from work. They feel like little clouds on your feet! The design on this travel mug is so pretty and I love the gold detail. This fur pom beanie is the perfect accessory for any cold-weather outfit and comes in 4 colors!
A few weeks ago, Ed and I spent a weekend in the North Carolina mountains and dedicated Sunday to driving along the Blue Ridge Parkway into Blowing Rock. We visited last year during the spring, and since then I had been looking forward to seeing the beautiful foliage that I knew fall would bring. All of the leaves had changed to red, orange and yellow and the weather was incredible. Blowing Rock was equally as beautiful and I have never seen a town decorate so much for fall! There were pumpkins, gourds and wreathes everywhere. It was the perfect ending to our fall getaway.
I wore this comfy ruffle sleeve sweater to explore Blowing Rock and received so many compliments!I have been hesitant to try this trend because sleeve detail typically swallows me, but the sleeve on this sweater isn’t too dramatic and still makes a statement!
Two weeks ago, Ed and I spent a weekend in the North Carolina mountains. We had this trip planned for months. Neither of us had ever seen the Blue Ridge Mountains during peak foliage so we stayed on Black Mountain to see it all! The weather was perfect and the trees were the most beautiful shades of red, yellow, and orange. If you’re planning a trip to North Carolina in the future, try to plan for the last two weeks in October. It’s always peak season for the leaves!
We rented a cozy little cabin through Airbnb, and as if it couldn’t be any cuter, it had farm animals! That was definitely my favorite part. Our hosts were very friendly and left us all sorts of local honeys, coffee and snacks for our stay. We had real fall weather up in the mountains so I packed my favorite scarf and sweater for a day of exploring the quaint downtown of Black Mountain. I will be sharing the rest of our weekend this week on the blog!