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2. MAKE Beauty
A paraben-free makeup company that never tests on animals, has beautifully designed products and a variety of vegan offerings, and allows you to return items you don't end up liking for a refund or an exchange.
Pricing: $10 to $48
4. Flight 001
If you feel like you're constantly going through airport security checkpoints, this is the shop for you. Flight 001 has everything you need to "upgrade your travel": from luggage and passport holders to plane travel necessities and maps. Make sure to check out their offerings before your next vacation or work trip.
Pricing: From $2.99 (for a bag tag) to $1,130 (for a luxury suitcase)
5. Arro Home
Your bed longs for you to cover it in a fun duvet cover from Arrow Home. Your dining room table pines to be adorned with their cool place mats and napkins. GIVE IN TO THEIR DEMANDS!
Pricing: $19 to $199
Need some new art for your walls? Head to Gallery Nucleus (the web shop of a gallery in Alhambra, California). It has over 879 prints from artists in a wide variety of different styles — there's no way you won't be able to find something that you'll love.
Pricing: Most of the prints run from around $20 to $35, but there are some larger or limited edition prints at higher price points.
Socks, socks, socks! To be more specific: stylish socks with patterns featuring things like high heels and mermaids. While they have the biggest selection of women's socks, they also carry pairs in men's and children's sizes.
Pricing: $5 to $47
Buy one of Passive Juice Motel's pop culture–inspired tees and you'll be sure to hear a lot of people saying, "Hey, I love your shirt!"
Pricing: $19 to $30
13. Erica Weiner
It can be hard to find inexpensive jewelry that's *also* attractive...that's why you'll be happy when you check out the necklaces, earrings, rings, and bracelets at Erica Weiner.
Pricing: The Erica Weiner Collection runs around $30 to $95, but the shop also carries vintage jewelry, wedding bands, and engagement rings at higher price points.
Modern goods from Scandinavian countries. It would be more fun to make a trip to Europe to pick these things up for yourself, but this is the next best option.
Pricing: $8 to $500+ (for furniture)
15. I Heart Guts
At first you may think, Why the hell would I need a plush organ? But give it some more thought! A tonsil for your cousin who's having surgery, a brain for your niece who just graduated from high school, a heart for your sister who just got over a bad breakup. The possibilities aren't *endless*, but they're pretty expansive.
Pricing: $4 to $99
$6.50 = a small price to pay for the joy you'll get watching your child drink from a Solo or noodle cup. If you're not in the market for a sippy cup, Gama-Go has plenty of hilarious kitchen accessories for adults. Plus: Its yeti mascot is endearing in a grumbly way.
Pricing: nothing is over $20
Alite makes "going outside simple" with its selection of cool things to take with you when you head off into the great outdoors.
Pricing: $5 to $200
Do you want to start adding to your childhood rock collection again? Would you like to decorate your home with a chart that looks like it belongs in a classroom from the 1950s? Dream of having bugs hanging from your earlobes? Head to the Evolution Store to find "science and natural history collectibles, artifacts, gifts, and home furnishings."
Pricing: Some of their offerings are definite splurges, but they have plenty of things at lower price points.
20. Sarah + Abraham
Personalized items (plates! bags! pillows! prints!) that are almost as adorable as your kids are. When ordering a product, you get to choose the skin tone, hair style, hair color, eye shape, eye color, and expression.
Pricing: $15 to $59
21. Walker Shop
Even if you never actually make it to Minneapolis to go to the Walker Art Center, you can still visit its expertly curated gift shop.
Pricing: $5 to $640 (for fancy jewelry)
22. Waggo Home
If your dog could figure out how to use the trackpad of your laptop with his paws, he'd visit this shop.
Pricing: $5 to $200 (for a large dog bed)
"A creative community of people turning virtual ideas into real world objects," aka a place to buy clothing, accessories, and decor covered in prints created by talented designers. There's a *lot* of stuff...why not start off by looking through their current collaborations?
Pricing: $28 to $145
Quality goods that will last for generations...here's hoping that your kids have the same rustic taste as you do.
Pricing: $5 to $588 (for a utility chest)
25. Blue Q
Blue Q has cool stuff -- cool stuff that *also* happens to be incredibly inexpensive. It's the perfect place to buy a lil' gift for a friend...or yourself! Yeah, probably yourself.
Pricing: $1.99 to $17.99
26. Sucre Shop
Sucre = sugar in French. Sugar = sweet. Sweet = the selection of party goods available at Sucre Shop. Shop here and you'll definitely be the hostess with the mostess.
Pricing: $3 to $18
If you don't think stamps are cool, you've obviously never taken a look at the stamps made by Yellow Owl Workshop. You'll want to use an ink pad for the first time since elementary school.
Pricing: $5 to $30
A collection of beautiful goods. They aren't *all* for your kitchen, but a large portion of them are. Bonus: Many of the products are handmade, made in the USA, and sustainably produced.
Pricing: $2.50 to $68
29. The Good Twin
Everyone should have a cache of attractive greetings to draw from when you suddenly realize that it's your sister's birthday and you forgot to get her one. The Good Twin is a great place to go to buy cards for that emergency stash.
Pricing: $4.50 to $16 (for a set)
Everything you truly need. Yes, you *need* a shirt with the Fresh Prince on it and you *need* all the other buzzy tees, totes, and pillows you can find at the Club of Odd Volumes. You truly do.
Price: $25 to $49