The Evereden Holiday Gift Guide


The Evereden Holiday Gift Guide

"Tis the season for gift giving (and a little receiving)! We’ve culled some of our favorite things that are guaranteed to surprise, delight, and simplify the lives of the lucky recipients on your list. 


Set of Hill House Home Silk Pillowcases, $155

Her skin, hair, and bed will thank you for this set of super-chic silk pillowcases in the prettiest hues.


Grayson Button Down, From $128

Finally someone has designed the perfect button down. Dreamy fabrics, an uber-flattering cut, and just the right amount of drapiness will have her reaching for this one on the regular. 

The Mirror, $1,495

Getting in a workout is a breeze with The Mirror, which brings the classes to you anytime but makes you feel like you’re there. 


Charos Gingham Clutch, $302

Customize this classic-cool gingham clutch with two initials in superfun styles and color combos (we’re partial to circus font). 

Ocean + Main Shirt Dress, $235

An easy-breezy cotton dress you can wear before, during, and after pregnancy thanks to it’s drapey (but flattering) cut. Bonus points for pockets. 

Under $75

Classic Crew T-Shirt, $68

Make it clear who runs the world in MATE’s chic take on a graphic tee, crafted from 100% GOTS-certified organic cotton. 

Stoney Clover Customized Pouch, $64

Supercute personalized clear pouches make finding things in her diaper bag way easier – and she’ll use them long after diaper bag days are over. 

Charlotte’s Web Gummies, From $55
Whether she needs to take the edge off, get to sleep, or recover from a tough workout, there’s a CBD gummy for that. 


Lele Sadoughi Petite Headband, From $38

Look instantly put together (i.e. no bad hair days) with one of Lele’s Insta-famous headbands on hand. We prefer the new slimmer version for a more subtle, everyday look.

Soma Brew Bottle, $40

Cold brew in the summer. Piping hot coffee (or tea) in the winter. This pour-over vessel lets you make and sip your beverage of choice in the same glass bottle.


Kreafunk Wireless Headphones, $148

You really can have it all: Wireless Bluetooth earbuds (with a mic for phone calls) that actually stay on during workouts, thanks to wraps, and don’t make you look silly. 

Solo Stove Firepit, $300

This smart firepit feeds oxygen into the embers, which means a hotter fire with way less smoke and no scorching the ground beneath it. 

The Larq Bottle, $95

Whether he’s the type that enjoys the great outdoors or is just too lazy to clean his water bottle, this futuristic stainless steel number purifies H2O every two hours. Spring for the personalization, so it doesn’t disappear.

MiniMax Big Green Egg, $639

The ultimate in grilling and smoking, the Big Green Egg in a mini, portable version that can be used at home or on the go to cook the above meats to perfection.

Allbirds Runners, $95

Treat his feet to the comfiest shoes on the planet, thanks to super-soft Merino wool that also regulates temps (no sweaty feet) and repels odors (no stinky feet) – even without socks.


Under $75

Berghoff Electric Wine Opener

Opening a bottle of vino has never been easier. Just press a button on this top-rated, high-tech wine opener and… cheers!

Porter Road Meat, From $8

Treat your favorite meat eater to dry-aged beef, pork, lamb, and chicken that goes beyond just being “organic”. They visit the farms regularly to ensure the animals are raised outside, fed a non-GMO vegetarian diet, and are well cared for.

Pappy Van Winkle Bourbon, From $70

It has a cult following (and is difficult to get your hands on) for a reason. Around since before Prohibition, the family-run Kentucky distillery has a simple mission: To always make fine bourbon. 


Wooden Crocodile Xylophone, $120

Made in Europe according to their stricter, safer standards, this beechwood xylophone is a great baby’s first musical instrument. Bonus: It can be hung on a wall for space-saving fun. 

Lovevery Play Gym, $140

An award-winning play gym thoughtfully made with organic cotton, sustainable wood, and BPA-free silicone that keeps baby entertained the whole first year (that’s a LOT).

Bebe Organic Onesie, $102

Baby should dress the part for her first holiday party, and precious meets practical in this dressy organic cotton velour onesie with the prettiest lace collar. 

Piccola Speranza Velvet Shorts Set, $112
Don’t leave baby boy out of the fancy holiday outfit game. Pale green velvet shortalls over a dotted cotton button down are beyond adorable.

Under $75

Oeuf Animal Hat, $56

Is there anything cuter than a baby in an animal-themed hat? Nope. And Oeuf’s handmade head toppers are crafted from hypoallergenic baby alpaca by a Fair Trade women's collective in Bolivia. 

Globe Totters City Blocks, $25

Beautiful, original sensory blocks are educational and entertaining for baby, while you rest assured knowing they’re made of organic cotton, printed with with non-toxic water-based inks, and stuffed with an eco-friendly corn-based fill.

Custom Baby Lit Library, $12 per book

Whether you hand select your favorite few or opt for an entire library, a custom set of Baby Lit will plant the reading seed early.

Hazel Village Dolls, From $44

It doesn’t get sweeter than these organic handmade dolls in the outfit of your choice with the recipients initials embroidered on the heart. Swoon.

Kendall The Kale, $18

Get ‘em on the kale train early with this teether and bath toy made of plant-based rubber with no holes for icky bacteria to creep into. 

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