33 Luxurious Gifts I'm Buying Myself This Season

Because I'm worth it.

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Now that the holidays are right around the corner, I've been adamant about bookmarking, taking screenshots, and adding every viable gift idea I come across to my cart in case it happens to work for one of the many friends, family, and co-workers on my list to shop for. So you can imagine that I've racked up a pretty impressive roster of the coolest gift ideas out there. (I have pretty good taste if I must say.)

If you're also the type of shopper who says "I'll buy one for myself too," then I think you'll appreciate this edit because I made it specifically with a little self-gifting in mind. If you ask me, you never need an occasion to treat yourself to something nice, but I'd say that the holidays and the end of another year are reasons enough. As the cast of Parks and Rec would say, go ahead and treat yourself to one or several of the 33 gift ideas in my cart. You deserve it.

This article was originally published on Who What Wear.

Associate Editor, Who What Wear

Hi friends, Anna here! I knew pretty early on that I wanted to pursue a career in fashion, so I took on just about every internship, scholarship, and volunteer opportunity I could get my hands on before landing my dream job at Who What Wear as a post-grad. Currently, my role is associate editor at Who What Wear, which allows me to write about everything from Hailey Bieber's latest 'fit to the emerging micro-trends on my radar. While fashion is my main wheelhouse, you can also catch me chatting about wellness on our sister site THE/THIRTY. When I'm not whipping up my next story at the office, chances are I'm scouring my local vintage store, perfecting my focaccia recipe, or planning my next trip. (I'm a Sagittarius, so the travel bug is real.) I grew up in Cleveland, Ohio, and moved to Los Angeles, where I studied Italian and art history at UCLA, taking a semester to study abroad in Bologna, Italy, (yes, I'm fluent!) and another to backpack around Southeast Asia. (What did I say about the wanderlust?) I spent the first two and a half years of my career working at our WWW headquarters in L.A. but just made the move to NYC and couldn't be more excited for what's to come—so stay tuned.