Must-Visit Site: Not on the High Street

I get emails about a lot of new sites and stores. It takes something really special to jump out at me. This is exactly what happened Not on the High Street, a British site which is now sellings its wares Stateside. Think of Not on the High Street as a British version of Etsy–but more selective. Not on the High Street curates charming and quirky collections of indie designers who create everything from jewelry to wall art to baby gifts. I love this site so much that I’m telling you about it before I even do an official product review for them (stay tuned in the next few weeks for that). And, yes, they ship to the U.S. and shipping costs are not as bad as you might think. These are some of my favorite finds at Not on the High Street, including, of course, tons of “personalised” (don’t you just love British spellings?) gifts.

  Personalized “Likes” Poster Print ($62.96 at Rosie Robins)

Initial Coin Purses ($19.88 each at Alphabet Bags)

Textile Picture of Your Child’s Art ($107.96 at LucyMadeThis)

Star Fleece Baby Wrap ($41.42 at Tuppence and Crumble)

Personalized Writing Pencil Cases ($13.25 at Pop Kid)

‘Pint’ and ‘Half Pint’ Twinset ($53.02 at Twisted Twee)

Personalised Silver Cufflinks–I Love U ($124.26 at Louy Magroos)

Personalised Family Birth Date Prints ($39.76 at One little Dicky Bird)

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  4. Sameera says:

    What does she love to do? Sometimes something that seems silpme can be the best present. Does she love to cook? How about a cooking class together (so sweet!) Is she big into art? Take her to dinner and then let her run wild in an art gallery all dressed up and lovely. Shopping? Let her drag you from store to store for a day. I always am up for a love letter or poem from my fiance. They are sweet and able to be enjoyed over and over. Every time she reads it she’ll fall in love just a little bit more.A guy I knew flew his girlfriend’s mother in for the weekend and paid for their girls weekend (spa, movies, food, etc.) Does she have family or a particular friend she misses that lives far away?References :

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