Your college bestie has yet to outgrow the snooze button. Help her quickly tame bedhead with a knitted bow adornment in a jewel tone.
Available at etsy.com, $12-$42.
When uncertain what to get the pickiest of ladies on your list, rest assured that Jene Despain’s dazzling deco-inspired gold-filled necklace is fail-safe.
Available at candystorecollective.com, $106.
NYC-based Manoogian’s crafty designs speak to the Montessori schoolteacher inside every fashion lover. Get gold stars for gifting carved leather bracelets with a shark fin-like pattern.
Available at creaturesofcomfort.us, $80.
Your eco-conscious BFF is sure to swoon over a laser-cut bamboo necklace. On second thought, you might want to grab two — as a token of your friendship, of course.
Available at curiosityshoppeonline.com, $70.
A sweet and simple handheld from Italy. Inside Lost & Found’s women’s clothing and accessories shop, you’ll find a few variations on the understated bag.
Available at lostandfoundshop.com, $85.
Laser-cut Lucite feather earrings make a far fiercer statement than the soft things they’re modeled after — and an equally fierce impression for jewelry-obsessed pals.
Available at candystorecollective.com, $28.
Though your bike messenger boyfriend usually stays away from jewelry, he’ll love this utilitarian-cool accessory. Plus, the shiny whistle is perfect for pissing off drivers who stray into his lane.
Available at artintheage.com, $175.
Recycled metal (fourteen-karat gold or sterling silver) takes a delicate new shape in what we’re betting is a flight of fancy for any ornament hoarder.
Available at grasshopper510.com, $78.
The all-weather bag from Sweden’s outdoor experts goes the distance as a rugged day pack and on long weekends can fill in for the usual duffel.
Available at lostandfound.com, $175.
Your fashion-forward sis will immediately recognize the font and design of The New York Times Style section, which has been transformed into a striking rectangular tote.
Available at shop.nubegreen.com, $41.
Leather and suede patchwork shoes are perfect for those who like to walk softly but carry a big statement. Plus, the unisex booties are supremely comfortable.
Available at creaturesofcomfort.us, $370.
Known for her braided bracelets, designer Tanya Aguiñiga’s new rope necklaces are tied, twisted, and dipped in her Atwater Village studio. Snag one for the friend who’s been knotty (or at least wants to be more often).
Available at aplusrstore.com, $125.
Show your design school cousin there’s light at the end of the tunnel with a SCAD alum’s statement-making accessories constructed from vintage glass, fabric, and buttons.
Available at alisonbear.com, $58.
Give some style to your bookish brother-in-law’s staid uniform with dapper madras-print neckwear. The nerd’s got the classic knot down pat.
Available at etsy.com, $36.
Most travel accoutrements make us feel like empty shells. But this pretty repurposed bag — screened by artist Liz Saintsing with butterflies and flowers — is first class.
Available at grasshopper510.com, $210.
Patterned with meandering squiggles, the sophisticated silk wrap (in solid gray, rust, or cream) will make your sweet Nana smile.
Available at far4.net, $46.
Even the style stymied can’t resist a ’20s-inspired pyrite chain necklace by SF-based designer Alana Douvros.
Available at paxtongate.com, $125.
Before you send out that last SOS, consider a long chain by Nous Savons. Each flaunts a tiny trinket (ship, ax, lightning bolt) enclosed in a glass vessel.
Available at renegadehandmade.com, $48.
Your father’s obsession with city muggers led to underwear fanny packs. Let him enjoy an inexpensive wallet made from funky recycled paper (subway maps, in-flight flyers).
Available at dynomighty.com, $15.
Your godfather’s awls, soldering iron, and model airplanes have been banished to the basement. When he’s not holding court in his subterranean shop, he’ll get a kick out of the whittled wood buttons.
Available at artintheage.com, $85.