Your girl’s too cool for off the rack, too tomboyish for tulle.
Treat her to custom-made layering pieces from Sebastopol-based designer Alix McCauley. Hooded dresses, A-line tops and skirts, ruffled pants, and playful accessories (arm warmers, ponchos) will suit her unique style. Stretchy, versatile, and cut to fit your one-and-only, the line is also surprisingly affordable.
Simply measure your lass, let her choose the colors, and add any special instructions. Within two weeks, her new outfit will arrive in the mail.
It’ll be too perfect.
Available online at etsy.com.
Honeys & Heroes Clothing Drive
What: Receive a 20 percent discount when you take gently worn kids’ wear for donation to Raphael House.
Why: Swap ’til you drop.
When: Thru Dec. 24.
Where: 3366 Sacramento St., b/t Walnut & Presidio Sts. (415-567-6780); 855 El Camino Real, Town and Country Village, ste. 120, Palo Alto (650-326-1899).
Annual Kwanzaa Celebration
What: Celebrate the harvest festival with free admission, art projects, music, and a special holiday altar.
Why: It’s cultural gift giving.
When: Sat., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Where: Bay Area Discovery Museum, E. Fort Baker, 557 McReynolds Rd., Sausalito (415-339-3900).
Zanzibar Puppet Theater’s Cinderella
What: A cast of 22 puppets and eleven humans recreate the fairy tale fave.
Why: The very cinders will sparkle.
When: Sun., 2 & 4 p.m.
Where: Uptown Body & Fender, 401 26th St., b/t Telegraph Ave. & Broadway, Oakland (510-251-8009).
Photo: Courtesy of Treehouse28