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    Lululemon Can't Stop jacket and Raceback tank

    Almost anything from this cult brand will make the yoga nut you know smile. We're especially fond of the Can't Stop jacket ($148) and highly breathable Racerback tank ($42) shown here. lululemon.com

  • Theo Peppermint Stick dark chocolate

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    Theo Peppermint Stick dark chocolate

    For a new friend or -coworker, try something simple but delicious, like Theo's organic Peppermint Stick dark chocolate. $4; theochocolate.com

  • J.Crew socks

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    J.Crew socks

    A pair of nifty, low-profile socks will get grins without denting your wallet. $12.50; jcrew.com

  • Stone and Cloth Wide Strip iPad case

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    Stone and Cloth Wide Strip iPad case

    Not only is this case more stylish than most, but a percentage of each purchase goes toward children's education in Tanzania. $40; stonecloth.com

  • Rag and Bone Jayda scarf

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    Rag and Bone Jayda scarf

    An alpaca scarf from überhip Rag and Bone is perfect for the hard-to-shop-for fashionista on your list. $220; rag-bone.com

  • BluePrint Juice cleanse

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    BluePrint Juice cleanse

    Glazed meats. Spiked eggnog. Chocolate everything. When the celebratory gluttony passes, treat an indulgent loved one to a BluePrint Juices cleanse. She'll get six bottles per day—delicious concoctions squeezed from twenty pounds of organic fruits and vegetables, delivered to her doorstep on ice. It's as if the milkman was reincarnated as a yogi. $65 per day; blueprintcleanse.com