Gift Guide: All Things Cozy

A super-soft and warm throw blanket. Made of a wool and cashmere blend, this is sure to not disappoint. $148


Peppermint lip conditioner. Give the gift of un-chapped lips. I also love the calendula scent. $20


A versatile scarf to wear throughout the season (wool blend or cashmere). A great gift for that chronically cold friend. $40, $88


A lovely hand-poured candle. The amber glass adds an extra layer of coziness. $35


Coconut and oat milk bath. Adam got me this last year, and it saved my skin. Originally formulated for babies, this stuff is super gentle. $22


Hot cocoa because tis the season. While Equal Exchange is Fair Trade and organic (I’m eyeing the dark chocolate), Williams Sonoma also makes a delicious hot chocolate mix. $7.99, $19.95


Not a hot chocolate fan? Get that special someone their favorite tea. I love Traditional Medicinals and Reclaiming Your Roots, which is local to Knoxville. $5-10


The coziest cashmere sweater. I also have this black v-neck on my own list. $100


Wool and cashmere shampoo and spray duo. To keep said sweater clean and smelling good all winter long without a trip to the dry cleaner. $27.50


A Place to Call Home by Gil Schafer III. To offer some design inspiration to help make home an even more special place. $34


Muscle Joint Salve Stick. It’s hard to get comfy with aches and pains, and this stuff works miracles. $35


A jigsaw puzzle. A great way to spend time and bring people together over the holidays. These puzzles are designed by Nashville artists and look like loads of fun. $22

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