GIFT GUIDE | Part II


Part II: Rome for the Holidays.

Clockwise from top left: Persol Capri polarized sunglasses ($360); Chance boatneck shirt ($68); Il Bisonte green canvas convertible tote bag ($308); Piombo knit stripe scarf ($385) or similar striped scarf  ($69); Frescobaldi Laudemio Extra Virgin Olive Oil ($28); Il Bisonte three piece key ring ($60); 1963 Alfa Romeo 2600 ($49,500); Porcelain espresso cups ($65 each); Florentine Rose Water ($12); Pasta Machine ($110).

7 comments:

Amielle said...

Stripes are such a weakness of mine and I love what you have here! Plus that tote, that tote is fantastic!

Anonymous said...

I love all of the things you post, but do you think you might be able to include some affordable items that aren't olive oil or a single ornament? Seems like all of the items you talk about on this blog are in no way affordable, and that's started to deter me from reading.

Miss Prickly said...

$385 for a scarf? Tomboys must be doing well these days.

Lizzie said...

Added an alternative scarf. Sorry for the pricy items, was focused on the Italian theme and may have gotten a little carried a way.

blue roses said...

digging the pasta machine... i love making my own sauce, but making my own noodles has always seemed a daunting task. maybe i just lack the proper equipment.

i would love if santa baby came and brought me that convertible.... LOVE. good girls can dream....


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dervla @ The Curator said...

eeek love the stripes! You can never have too many :)

Dara said...

I feel like that Alfa Romeo is more affordable than I thought it would be.