It’s that time of year again – the annual Philly Holiday Gift Guide! Below you’ll find a variety of gift and party planning ideas, all from Philly businesses. I also suggest checking out past Philly Finds for more ideas.
If you click on each image, it will take you directly to that product. Also many of these shops are having Black Friday and holiday sales, so keep your eyes peeled for that.
Finally, if you or someone you know who has a small Philly business, please contact me to still be included!
Out and about? Perusing online? Check out the following Philly boutiques:
A brand that I love very much is Bellefixe, a woman-owned Philly hair accessories. They recently launched their Tartan & Cheer collection, perfect for the holidays. Sign up for first dibs on their collections, exclusive email promotions, and 20% OFF your next order! PLUS their entire website is currently 40% off with code SPARKLE.
Another Philly-based, woman-owned hair accessories company that I love! The Scrunchie Club dropped their Seasons Greetings collection, with 15% of profits being donated to Big Brothers Big Sisters Kansas City.
Beautiful, dainty jewelry should be on your list this year, and by ren does it best. As a Philadelphia-based brand, they make an effort to be accessible to their customers here in this city. Several retail shops in Philly carry their work, including Ritual Shoppe and Moon + Arrow. Check out their website and Instagram to see even more.
The Bethesda Project is selling their “Choose Compassion” shirts and sweatshirts on their online store (all options linked below). All the proceeds benefit our essential programs and services providing shelter, case management, and supportive services for people experiencing homelessness at 16 locations across Philadelphia. You can also support by donating here!
- Light Zip-Up Sweatshirt to Assist Homeless Shelter
- Long Sleeve T-Shirt to Assist Homeless Shelter
- Crewneck Sweatshirt to Assist Homeless Shelter
- Short Sleeve T-Shirt to Assist Homeless Shelter
For unique Philly-themed pieces, check out Paul Carpenter Art online or at a store which carries his products.
For the comic book and pop culture collectible lovers in your life, Amalgam Comics and Atomic City Comics are the places to go!
Kate creates one of a kind anti-dye, tie-dye, and graphic apparel, hand made for you. She also makes custom orders, which can also be placed by DM to @supkate.shop.
For even more Philly-themed pieces, visit Ana Thorne’s website. Stickers, keychains, dog toys and more make the perfect stocking stuffers!
Art in the Age is your one-stop-shop for all of your cocktail and bar cart needs. Impress your guests or delight them with the gift of imbibement.
Chances are you’ve seen this Delco Queen within the past 48 hours. Aside from being an immediate Philly sports icon, she is also a co-owner of Trinity Flavors. I’ve had the Transfusions before and they are tasty.