Real Simple Holiday Pop-Up Shop & Gifts


Even if you didn’t get the chance to visit the Real Simple Holiday Pop-Up Shop at NYC’s Citi Pond at Bryant Park (above is a photo from the launch party, featuring DWTS’s Carson Kressley), you can still shop for some of the best goodies online. Here are my 3 of my favorite picks from the event, and where to buy them now. Check out other gift suggestions in Real Simple’s 20011 Holiday Gift Guide, too.

Lego Drinking Bottles ($11.99 at The Container Store). Really cute as a stocking stuffer–for kids or kids-at-heart.

Hatbox Cosmetic Bags ($46 at Vera Bradley). I saw NYC weatherman Sam Champion scooping up several of these as Christmas gifts!

Just Let Me Lie Down: Necessary Terms for the Half-Insane Working Mom ($10.19 at Amazon.com). This was written by the editor of Real Simple and looks fantastic. I mean, look at that cover!

I also want to tell you more about the Pop-Up Shop’s charity sponsor, Donors Choose. It made quite an impression on me. More on that in another post.

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2 Responses to Real Simple Holiday Pop-Up Shop & Gifts

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  2. Deepak says:

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