• Pamela Jouan, Contributing Writer
I would love to both give — and add to my personal collection — “Year of the Dog,” by local and world-renowned photographer Vincent J. Musi.
• Jeanne Taylor, Managing Editor
The luxurious, high-rise reflective leggings from Jag Athleisure are at the top of my holiday wish list. Pulling on a pair of these sleek leggings helps me feel put together, even when I’m working from home, and the pockets are amazing.
• Lindsay C. Bishop, Managing Editor
The perfect gift for me is anything from The Old Whaling Company, especially their scrubs and body butters. My friends love them too, so I know exactly what to get them this year.
• Katherine Waters, Contributing Writer
I have three small children, so I always look forward to participating in the layaway program at Wonder Works in Belle Hall. I especially love their great selection of LEGO sets.
• Theresa Stratford, Managing Editor
Ever since I spotted rockstar sweetgrass basket maker Henrietta Snype’s work at the Preservation Society of Charleston, I have coveted the artful products this talented craftswoman creates. A native of Mount Pleasant, her work is in the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History & Culture.
• Anne Semmes, Contributing Writer
A Turkish Beachable is a beach towel, tote bag and chair cover all in one. Beachables are 100% cotton towels, machine washable and dryer safe, making them the perfect holiday gift for beach lovers.
• Jenny Harrison, Contributing Writer
Puzzles are a great present for the whole family. At the Isle of Palms Marina Market, they carry a series of puzzles, ranging from 550 to 1,000 pieces, featuring original art with beach and Lowcountry themes — any of which would make the perfect gift.
• Tonya McGue, Contributing Writer
I would love to add a locally crafted sweetgrass rosette to my home office. It’s iconic, timeless, and represents so much of Charleston’s history.
• Fay M. Boudet, Contributing Writer