12/19/2013

GIFT GUIDE // Holiday Gift Guide ft. Nell & Mary + Make It Good



















































The folks behind Nell & Mary and Make It Good have become good friends of ours as we’ve gotten to know them during shows like Renegade Craft Fair. The Son of a Sailor team has worked (and partied) with them in more than a few cities around the country. We love their dedication to environmentally conscious materials and their rad hand-printed textiles. They mix a serious eye for design with the ability to fearlessly play with shape, color and form.



Gifts for guys

(from Krista and Drew at Make It Good / Nell & Mary)



1. American Craftsman Apron from Hand-Eye Supply

This gorgeous apron looks good, and will keep him organized while he builds you stuff.



2. Camano Coffee Mill from Clive Coffee

Hand coffee grinders make you earn your morning cup, but the quality of the grind is worth it.  This one by Camano is hand built in Missouri.  



3. Cape Heartache Fragrance from Imaginary Authors

We know you’re sick of smelling Curve, Tommy and Polo, this is what the modern guy should smell like.



4. Solar System Map from Archie’s Press

We have a soft spot for a space print, and Archie’s is one of our favorites.



5. Handcrafted Midtop Shoes from Love Jules

Jules and Josh are our favorite Canadians.  We actually met them at Renegade Austin three years ago, and have watched their business take off.  Their shoes are the finest out there, and now they are manufacturing their own soles!



6. Cadet Flannel Camp Cap from FairEnds


Five panel hats are hot right now. This wool flannel version from FairEnds will keep his head warm while covering up bad hair days.  



7. French Sampler by Olympia Provisions

Olympic Provisions salami are a house name here in Portland, but they have international flavor.  Sourcing 100% NW hogs, the quality can not be beat.  Men need their protein.




8. Rum Bar Soap by Malin + Goetz


We love a boozy soap.  The minimalistic packaging and natural ingredients make this one a favorite.




LAST GUIDE: Gifts for the Table













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