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Sustainable fashion is a great trend that continues to fi nd new and unique expressions. Mouse and Moe’s colorful geometric jewelry, for instance, is made from heat-fused, recycled shopping bags; fi nd them at Make Good in South Park starting at $32. Or check out the wildly stunning up-cycled earrings by Gramma- tique, fashioned from old vinyl records (avail-


terproof, reusable, and recyclable wine/cocktail glasses and champagne fl utes by Govino are perfect for entertaining or picnicking. These stylish vessels are ergonomically designed, BPA-free, and a mere $13 for a four pack, also at Pigment.


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able at North Park’s Hunt and Gather, South Park’s Pixie Salon, or on Etsy). For the kids in your life, StyleChild in


Hillcrest offers a wonderfully curated selection of toys and clothing. Their line of magnetic fi gures by Mudpuppy ($15), in various themes such as ballerinas, robots, or “retro chic,” are essentially updated versions of the paper doll that won’t tear. Perfect for travel or restau- rants, they are sure to delight. Teenagers can


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o you always bring a bottle of wine to the white elephant gift exchange? Mix it up this year. Shat-


end your favorite foodie the Exotic Salted Caramel Collec- tion from Eclipse Chocolat: a half-pound selection of salty chocolate goodness including both bars and caramels. Visit their shop and restaurant on El Cajon Blvd. or shop online at eclipsechocolat. com. A gift certifi cate from Viva Pops in Normal Heights is sure to bring out anyone’s inner child and makes a perfect gift for your chil- dren’s teachers or coworkers.


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