2019 Holiday Gift Guide

The Best Style Gifts This Year

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Le Labo Thé Noir 29 Eau de Parfum ($189)

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The chemists at Le Labo mix batches of Thé Noir 29 eau de parfum to order, guaranteeing fresh notes of bergamot, fig, and cedar.

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Kuhl Shatterd Shirt ($75)

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The Kuhl Shatterd shirt is hardy outside and soft inside, with an extra-thick weave for durability and gauzy cotton next to the skin. 

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Hestra Steve Gloves ($145)

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Designed in homage to Steve McQueen, the King of Cool, the Hestra Steve gloves are handmade of thin, supple leather. These drivers are most suitable for mild winter weather.

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Christopher Cloos Pampelonne Sunglasses ($179)

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The Christopher Cloos Pampelonne sunglasses combine no-­nonsense function and minimalist style with essentials like polarized lenses, premium acetate frames (in a range of colors), and flexible hinges—all delivered in a snazzy leather case.

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Muck Liberty Alpine Lace Boots ($160)

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With a faux stacked heel and timeless lacing grommets, the Muck Liberty Alpine Lace boots look great, but they’re also built for heinous weather. The full-grain leather is waterproof, comfortable, and armored with snug neoprene around the ankle to keep water from seeping in. 

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Aether Foster Leather Jacket ($1,175)

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Aether made only 150 of its Foster Leather jacket, with high attention to detail. Hidden-zipper hand pockets, warm PrimaLoft Gold insulation, and soft, water-resistant Nappa leather combine to make this garment both luxurious and functional.

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Tortuga Setout Divide Pack ($179)

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Ditch your rolling suitcase for the smart Tortuga Setout Divide pack. It’s big enough for weeklong trips but small enough to use as a daily hauler. With a laptop pocket, a mesh divider, and expandable capacity, it’s as versatile as you need it to be.

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Taylor Stitch The California Shirt ($138)

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From its tough, 100 percent organic cotton to its durable natural buttons, Taylor Stitch’s The California shirt was built to endure thousands of washes. The tailored fit straddles fancy and casual, making it a good choice for workdays or weekends.

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Fossil Neutra Chronograph ($145)

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Fossil’s 44-­millimeter Neutra chronograph offers sophistication without pretension. This water-resistant leather-banded timepiece comes in nine colors and pairs well with a suit or outdoor apparel.

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Huckberry x Stetson Langston Hat ($119)

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Whether you’re chopping wood or cruising Main Street, you’ll feel like a trail boss when you wear Huckberry x Stetson’s breathable, moisture-wicking wool Langston hat. It’s made in the USA and doesn’t mind being shoved in your bag.

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