WANT/NEED: Quirky holiday crackers (with a prize inside!), and more stuff you want to buy
Welcome to Want/Need, a daily roundup of the things HelloGiggles’ Editorial Director and Deputy Editor are madly in love with, and what we — you guessed it — WANT/NEED. Our recommendations will include (but are not limited to) the perfect sandal, mom jeans you should totally wear to the office, pretty water bottles, and lipsticks that will make you feel unstoppable. Check back every day for new picks and deals!
Cactus Candy Company Cactus Candy, $12
I’ve only ever seen this cactus candy sold in Arizona, and whenever I visit I always buy multiple boxes to give as gifts (and one to treat myself, natch). But Best Made Co. now sells it online, and you bet your prickly pear I’m loading up on this in bulk. Plus I just love the quirky little box it comes in.
FAO Schwarz 6-Piece Decorative Holiday Crackers, $25
Every year for as long as I can remember, my family has done “holiday crackers” on Christmas Eve. It’s been one of my favorite traditions we have. I love these quirky nutcracker ones from FAO Schwarz.
Ogee Daily Facial Cleansing Cloths, $20
I’m very particular about my makeup wipes, because I never skip a night without taking off my eye makeup before bed. There’s something about sleeping in a full face of makeup that just skeeves me out. I’m currently very into these cleansing face cloths from Ogee. It can be so hard to find a makeup remover that is organic and actually, ya know, takes off your makeup! Love these babies.
Endlæss Cercis Dress, $150
This LA-based boutique sells quality-made basics that I want to fill my closet with. I feel like if I buy all the things, I’ll be the best version of myself. Is that how adulting works? Anyway, I love this turtleneck dress — I plan to go all black and wear it with some tights and black boots. Goth Christmas? Check.
Threshold Metallic Leaf & Berry Wreath, $22.49 (usually $25)
I’m Jewish, so I didn’t start celebrating Christmas until I moved in with my now-husband, who is NOT Jewish. We do both holidays, which is really fun, because Christmas is the one time you can wrap all your things in sparkles and glitter and shiny lights and it’s totally normal. For a wreath, we try to do something that’s a bit more nondenominational, like this metallic one covered in berries.
Swedish Hasbeens Pia High Clogs, $50.95 (was $169.88)
OMG! My favorite shoe is on sale, like 70% off sale, like no joke sale. Go get a pair of clogs and wear them with your sparkliest tights!
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