Gifts for the Stylista

by Organic Spa Magazine

Sleigh Ride

The merino wool Sleigh Ride V-Neck Pullover by Krimson Klover is the perfect go-to this winter, for anyone who loves to play in the snow. Plus, five percent of proceeds will go to First Descents, a nonprofit that provides outdoor adventures for young people with cancer. $208;

Indigenous & Earth-Friendly

Overseen by a Peruvian designer, this well-priced brand sells artisan-made, Fair Trade jewelry. We love the Mujus Sol earrings ($37), with recycled tagua and upcycled chonta wood, and the good luck Babar elephant pendant ($26), from sustainable vegetable “ivory.”

In a Clutch

Eileen Fisher’s holiday collection is a standout, and this Tumbled Metallic Suede Foldover Clutch will add shine to any look this season. Versatile enough for holiday fêtes or a resort vacation. $138;



Earthy, yoga-inspired jewelry for men and women, handmade in California. Use coupon code: ORGANICSPA and receive 25% off your entire order! Valid thru 01/31/2016.

Sun Ski Shades

If someone you love enjoys seeing the world through rose-colored glasses (or turquoise, gold, green and more), SunSkis are the perfect gift. Also great to swap out apres-ski. Every pair is polarized and the founders donate to 1% for the Planet. $48 and up;

Recycled in Rwanda

This woven Songa Designs International Roma bracelet is crafted by Rwandan women who create handmade jewelry made with banana leaf, sisal, repurposed cow horn and more, and are supported by principles of fair wage. $30;

EVRGN Crash Sack

Imagine the comfort of wearing a sleeping bag but looking stylish at the same time? We love this unique and fabulous Crash Sack, with lightweight insulation to keep you toasty warm when the weather is not. Great for city and country alike. $119;

Secret Sweater Shawl

A stylish piece that doubles as a shawl and travel blanket, made in the U.S. from a super-soft cotton and modal blend, in black and pale gray. $60;

Leather Bracelets

Woven leather split Araeeli bracelets designed by Native American artist Aaron Lopez Bautista are great looking on their own, or stacked up on the arm. $640;

Kitten Mittens

Handmade in Seattle by a drummer who needed to keep her hands warm and fingers free, these fingerless mittens are made from repurposed sweaters and vintage trim. They are not only as cute as could be, but 10 percent goes to PAWS, a no-kill shelter and wildlife rescue. $32 and up;

The Helix

Whatever guy receives this cozy, reversible merino and recycled polyester overshirt—great for travel!—had better hold onto it, because his girlfriend will want to steal it right away! $250;

Boatneck Beauty

This beautiful Elementerry boatneck dress by Nau is flattering on everyone and goes everywhere, plus it’s made from organic cotton, Tencel and a touch of Spandex for a flattering fit. $100;

No Slouch

This slouchy fit PACT sweatshirt, made with non-GMO organic cotton, and knit in a wind-powered facility, is one of the softest we have found. The perfect gift for anyone, for any season.


Every time we wear The Paris Bracelet by Les Interchangeables we get noticed! Made from Oeko-tex Certified stretch satin ribbon, with Swarovski crystals, each bracelet is handcrafted by artisans in Paris and adds a perfect bit of bling. From $29;



Designed in Tennessee and produced in LA,, the Sandream Bra and Panty Set from Prophetik Intimates is created with 100% GOTS certified organic cotton and plant based dyes.


The Nah Imma Stay tank from Ohm K is a cute, quirky gift from a company that features non-toxic low-impact all natural dyes, recycled plastic bottles, and even tags that are recycled and recyclable.

Bright Bangles

Made by the Fair Trade Artisan Vipambi Women’s Group in Malawi, and sold through Dsenyo, a social enterprise ethical fashion brand, these bright bangles—from upcycled fabric remnants—will add a pop of color to anyone’s day. $12 each;


The subhead for this info-packed, comprehensive handbook is “Your head to toe guide to ethical fashion and non-toxic beauty,” and it delivers. Author Kate Black, founder of, is a leader in ethical fashion. A great gift for anyone who wears clothes! $20;

Block Art

Cleveland-based artist Susie Frazier’s new magnetic Intention blocks, from her Spirit Collection, are designed to hold photos, recipes or notes of significance. $5 individual blocks, $38 set of eight;

In the Raw

Designer Meri Geraldine works with conflict-free raw diamonds and gemstones to craft unique and beautiful jewelry, like this sly and lovely Raw Blue Diamond ring from her Hidden Gems collection. $89;

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