Oooh it's my favorite time of the year! The time when everyone is sharing their Holiday Gift Guides! I love to see what fun finds everyone around the web is coming up with...especially when those guides are thematic. So, without further ado, let's kick off this season's "I'm an Outlaw, Not a Hero Holiday Gift Guides," shall we?
I've been swooning over the Hudson shirt from Hatch since it was released. It's plaid, it's cozy, and it can be worn before, during and after pregnancy. (Hatch is certainly brilliant at that trifecta.) What better way to say chic cabin living!
A little felt toy campfire set from Hopewell Creek for the kiddo (or the kiddo at heart). This way they can practice camping out and making the perfect fake smores, even if it's just in the living room.
How about some Nordic Elk measuring cups for all of the from scratch pies and jams they will make in their dream cabin one day?
For when someone in the family is feeling a little crafty, these conifer stamps from Yellow Owl Workshop would do the trick!
This Chore Coat from Pointer Brand looks great whether he's chopping wood or running out to grab some coffee and donuts on a Saturday morning...
A little love letter to the mountains never hurt anybody. Inspiration ready and waiting on their bookshelf or rucksack...
The Little America Bag from Herschel Supply Company is just perfect for holding the aforementioned love letter to the mountains, a thermos of coffee, or a diaper clutch.
Babywearing is synonymous with adventuring for our family. Strollers don't do so well on trails filled with rocks and sticks. Sakura Bloom is our go-to, but if you've been reading this blog for any length of time that shouldn't surprise you.
An herbarium would help that outdoorsy family to document and learn about the different plants, flowers and wild herbs they come across while adventuring...
...and you can never go wrong with a pair (or four) of classic Wigwam socks...
Create that cabin smell and feel in your humble abode with this cabin spray, crafted from real plants and trees by Juniper Ridge.
Let's not forget to keep those little heads warms and cozy too! Briar Handmade makes some of the best bonnets around, and this limited edition winter bonnet does not disappoint.
Every adventurer needs a way to warm up after being out in the cold. This enamel pot from Falcon is just cute and rugged enough to make that post hike cup of tea.
Just in case anyone forgets her love for CMC...
Stag heads and Swiss crosses. Obviously this crib sheet made the list (and Oswin happens to have these sheets in a different color...she approves).
Not too many things are better than a cold mountain hike, except maybe a cold mountain hike accompanied by warm soup. This insulated food flask from Hydroflask will keep your friend's food hot enough to warm their bones before heading back down the mountain.
Perfect little notebooks for that outdoorsy family to reflect in nature, draw, or dream of the mountains while riding the subway.
A bright little cabin mug to bring a little sunshine to any grey day.
This sweater from United by Blue is just asking to sit out on a cabin porch with a hot cup of coffee...I wouldn't mind obliging.
So there you have it friends, a gift guide for all those adventuring folks in your life. Stay tuned for more holiday gift guides coming up!
A la prochaine friends...
PS: This is NOT a sponsored post. These just happen to all be items from shops that I truly dig, and thought you might too.