Hanukkah is coming! This year it starts on the evening of Sunday, December 2, which means it’s high time to start shopping for gifts, if that’s your thing. Whether you’re looking for your friends, siblings, coworkers, baristas, or just yourself, here are some of our favorite finds this year.
Because nobody ever has enough jewelry, we found some very pretty (and Jewy) necklaces, rings, and more.
Gold Doughnut Necklace (Etsy, $28)
Doughnuts are a traditional Hanukkah food, so wearing a beautiful gold and pink doughnut necklace makes perfect sense, trust us.
Tree of Life Necklace (Etsy, $29)
The Tree of Life has always been a beautiful symbol in Judaism, but it takes on an even more powerful message following the tragedy in Pittsburgh.
Gold Diamond Hamsa Ring (Etsy, $189)
Okay so serious splurge alert, but this 14K gold/diamond hamsa wring is dainty and delicious. (I’m also very into this designer’s gold evil eye ring.)
This Too Shall Pass Hebrew Bracelet (Etsy, $30)
For when things inevitably get hard, this is always a good reminder.
Moonphase Climber Earrings (Etsy, $14.96)
Don’t forget, we’re a lunar people.
For the person who has everything except Ruth Bader Ginsburg-inspired clothing items.
Super Diva Sweatshirt (Etsy, $26.99)
As seen on Ruth Bader Ginsburg during her notoriously difficult work-out routine.
Hanukkah Scrunchie (Etsy, $10)
Speaking of RBG, this is the scrunchie that a rabbi sent her and that she promises she’ll wear year-round, so, same?
Tea Shirt (Etsy, $14.39)
Truly just can’t pass up a good pun.
Challah Leggings (Etsy, $40)
I’ve personally never seen anything challah-themed look so chic.
Just Be Nice Sweatpants (Etsy, $18.99)
Just be nice (while feeling cozy).
Make a house a home with these simple additions.
Smash the Patriarchy Banner (Etsy, $19.50)
It’s not a party until someone smashes the patriarchy.
I Hate People Pillow (Etsy, $29.99)
Say it with sequins!
What Would Ruth Bader Ginsburg Do Print (Etsy, $6.40)
It’s an important question we should be asking ourselves every day.
Bookstore Candle (Etsy, $18)
This candle smells like the most magical place on earth.
Yay It’s You Welcome Mat (Etsy, $35.99)
If you make your visitors feel welcome, there’s a higher chance they’ll bring wine.
Everyone thinks socks for Hanukkah is a lazy cop-out, but we are here to say socks are warm, comfy, and everybody needs them.
Velvet Socks (Etsy, $9)
The velvet craze is here to stay.
Larry David Socks (Etsy, $13.99)
Pretty, pretty, pretty good.
Oy Vey Socks (Etsy, $13.99)
Color Block Wool Socks (Amazon, $9.99)
I mean, how cozy do these look?
Women’s Holiday Gift Box (Bombas, $65)
This is not a paid ad, but the staff of Alma is very obsessed with Bombas socks — they are high quality and comfy and for every pair you purchase, they donate a pair to someone in need. Which brings me to…
Shopping with a side of charity, these business donate a portion (or all!) of their proceeds to great causes.
Girls Support Girls Pin (Shrill Society, $11)
Shrill Society is a female-owned business, and a portion of all proceeds from the site go to Planned Parenthood and a growing list of other organizations.
Hormonal Sweatshirt (Bulletin, $39)
10% of all of Bulletin’s proceed go to Planned Parenthood NYC.
Charity Pot (Lush, $7.95)
With every purchase of Charity Pot, Lush donates 100% of the price (minus the taxes) to small grassroots organizations working in the areas of environmental conservation, animal welfare and human rights.
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