Presents to Get for Yourself

Now that you’ve checked everyone else off your list, why not reward yourself with something delightful. From a dreamy closet to stunning jewelry that complements your eyes, these are the gifts you didn’t know you needed…until now.


Shoe In

New year, new shoes. Start 2019 off right in these gorgeous Paolo Scafora shoes from Via Cavour, handmade in Naples and featuring a sturdy winter Vibram sole.


Paolo Scafora shoes, available at Via Cavour.


Closet Case

Installing a custom-designed closet can be a revelation of utility and beauty, provided you have the room in your home for one, of course. Create a dedicated place for each beloved piece in your wardrobe and maximize the potential of your space.

Contemporary wardrobe, visit Yorkville Design Centre for details.


Winter Whites

A stylish knit never goes out of style. This wool-blend, cowl-neck style is voluminous but also cool to wear, thanks to its open-weave design. And the iridescent threading adds a touch of shimmer to the flattering, off-white yarn.

Sarah Pacini cropped sweater, available at Sarah Pacini.


Brighten Up

These stunning 14-karat white-gold earrings feature two round green tourmalines surrounded by elegant baguette and round shape diamonds. You’ll be wearing these sparklers for every party over the holidays, and for years to come.

Green tourmaline diamond earrings, available at Serli & Siroan Fine Jewellers.


Cozy Feet

Spend the winter months in these cozy, ultra-comfortable suede and sheepskin slippers. They’re the perfect at-home footwear for those lounge-around days.

Ugg Coquette slippers, available at Jean-Paul Fortin.


Red Hot

You won’t be feeling the January blahs while rocking this vibrant, standout duster from Toronto Fashion Week designer Mani Jassal. Made out of net with lace applique, it looks just as good with blue jeans as it does layered over a favourite cocktail dress in place of a shawl.

Mani Jassal Kitz duster, available at the Mani Jassal pop-up.

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