Gift Guide: Sac Street Team (Caitlin & Claire)

Gift Guide: Sac Street Team (Caitlin & Claire) | Sacramento Street

This holiday season we’ve brought you a plethora of gift guides to help you shop for your loved ones and friends. With only one week of shopping left I thought it would be fun to have all of the Sacramento Street team members share a couple of their favorite gifts they’ll be giving or wanting this Christmas. Their picks do not disappoint – I put some of them on my wish list!


Friends, I have to tell you – without this team you wouldn’t have the daily content that goes live. They are amazing and I’m so grateful for each and every one of them! They each bring a different talent to the team, which makes us complete. Check out their profiles here.


Today we’re launching this last gift guide series with myself and Claire, our in-house lifestyle photographer. You’ve probably seen her name in many posts. Her eye for photography is amazing and I love the way she captures our collaborations and features we do here on Sacramento Street. I hope you enjoy these last three gift guide features!


Caitlin’s Picks:


1.) For Her: Clare Vivier Weekender in Camel

2.) For Him: Alpaca Scarf

3.) For the Home: Rebecca Atwood Grid Shibori Pillow

4.) Stocking Stuffer: Byredo Parfums Gypsy Water

5.) Book: Life and Work: Malene Birger’s Life in Pictures

6.) For the Hostess: La Labo Candle

Claire’s Picks:


1.) For Him: Slim Vintage Oxford Shirt in Washed Red (30% of with code GIFTNOW)

2.) For the Home: San Francisco Neighborhood Typography City Map Print

3.) For the Hostess: Nest Fragrances ‘Holiday’ Scented Candle

4.) Stocking Stuffer: Alkemie Jewelry Ginkgo Leaf Cuff

5.) Book: Eight Girls Taking Pictures by Whitney Otto

6.) For Her: Chan Luu Abstract Ikat Printed Scarf


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MEET THE AUTHOR

Since 2009, I’ve been documenting and sharing the small bits of inspiration that make up my daily life. Here, you’ll find musings on all things lifestyle, from fashion to motherhood. The common theme is recognizing and creating beauty in the everyday.