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New York native Sai De Silva of Scout the City's list is too chic—as expected.
Anyone who follows the blog Scout the City knows that Sai De Silva and her adorable daughter London just might be the most stylish duo on this side of the Atlantic. Here's a sneak peek at Sai's holiday gift list; on it are the ten items her nearest and dearest are receiving.
"I'm extremely close with my grandmother, who loves jewelry even more than I do. This pretty pendant would brighten her day. Plus, it's a keepsake that she can add to her growing collection." $110, pandora.net
"I can't help but be OBSESSED with this darling dress—and I'm more than certain my daughter will be as well. I know she'll be thrilled to wear it to school since the other kids will 'flock' to it." $97, lolanlulu.com
"My closest cousin is such an amazing person; I want to gift her something gorgeous that is personal and sentimental yet practical. A beautiful pair of classic studs that can be worn daily fits the bill." $60, pandora.net
"Nail polish is the best stocking stuffer for extended family, especially when it's packaged in a chic, tiny bottle. Besides, a girl can never have enough colors!" $18, smithandcult.com
"Another cute little number for my mini me; it's the perfect little party dress for a pint-sized fashionista." $235, farfetch.com
"My best friend can never keep her credit cards in order. Hopefully this designer cardholder will help stay organized in the New Year." $260, mytheresa.com
"Can't forget about myself; self-love is important to me. I love layering rings—a few of these stacked on my finger is the perfect amount of bling!" $90, pandora.net
"I always get my industry friends something fashionable, and this year it's the deliciously scented Instagram-friendly candle everyone knows and loves." $62, diptyque.com
"Can never go wrong giving something comfortable to a guy, and these sneakers are the perfect gift for one that's equally as sporty as he is stylish, much like my beloved husband." $341, farfetch.com
"A train pass is probably the most appreciated—yet unexpected—stocking stuffer a New Yorker can receive. My colleagues and I rely heavily on the subway, so I know this card will always, always, always get used." $25, mta.info