It’s been a while since I’ve done a gift guide, but inspiration struck this year, so I’ve decided to make a few!
First up, gifts for the mountain woman in your life. Don’t have one? Go find one! They’re good peeps, I highly recommend.
Also, can you tell I centered this gift guide around warmth? 😂
Warm Winter Boots
WOMEN’S WINTER CARNIVAL BOOT
Here’s what I look for in boots: warmth, waterproof, easy to put on, and easy to walk in (not too heavy or clunky). I own several Sorel boots and they always hit the mark.
Smart Wool Socks
Cushion Stripe Crew Sock
I know, socks sound like a boring gift, but Smart Wool socks are * magic *. They somehow keep your feet the perfect temperature – warm or
Warm Sherpa Slippers
Australian Merino Sheepskin Soft-Sole Slippers
I didn’t grow up in a home where you had to take your shoes off before walking in the house. However, since living in the mountains, I always do it because I live on a dirt road, and with the mud, rocks, and snow getting stuck to my boots, I now have “house shoes” that I immediately put on before walking through my house.
Arctic Paw Faux Fur Mittens
I recently bought these mittens for myself, and they are incredibly soft and warm.
Insulted Flannel from L.L. Bean | Flannel from Duluth Trading Co
Plaid flannels are a MUST for mountain women. They’re warm, they’re functional, they have pockets, and you don’t care if it gets dirty.
Cabin Hooded Throw | Cabin Fleece Throw
Anything cozy, anything that helps you stay warm, anything that helps you use less firewood is a go in my book.
Cabin Candle Spruce
Let’s add a little ambiance here and throw in a cute candle to this guide.