A new car, college tuition, and summers studying abroad in Switzerland are still a ways off. Spoil them now with these delightful treasures that will wrap up the year with a smile.

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Books & Books Gift the child in your life the something to read this season with the latest from Peter H. Reynold, Be You! Not only does it promote the power of individuality for kids, it will remind grownups that it’s important to stay true to yourself too.
Bonpoint So cute and fluffy, you’ll want to track them down in your size too. Help them keep their little piggies warm with Bonpoint’s Barbie slippers, featuring a cozy lining and perky bunny ears.                                                                       
Brunello Cucinelli For the little athlete who is also a little fashionista. Brunello Cuccinelli’s Varsity Bomber jacket will keep them warm, cozy, and chic whether they compete on the court, the field, or the schoolyard.                                                                       
Monnalisa Just because she’s a lover not a fighter doesn’t mean she won’t want to rock these combat boots from Monnalisa. The rubber sole makes them sturdy, while the logo laces make them fun. (Also available in glitter.)
Stella McCartney Little gifts, big smiles. Whether she’s a future starlet or just wants to stay a little extra warm this season, Stella McCartney’s star tights will add a twinkle to just about any outfit.                                                                       
Golden Goose It’s never too soon to teach them sneaker style. Golden Goose makes the lesson easy with their kids Young Sky-Star sneakers.                                                                                                                                              
Books & Books They don’t need Wi-Fi to enjoy the latest from Andrea Beaty, Rosie Revere, Engineer. In just 32 pages, Rosie invents a contraption that flies and then learns that the only way to fail is to quit.                                                                                                                                              
Tiffany & Co. Not only does it look charming on their bookshelf, it will be adorable when they ask you what coins are. Tiffany’s Piggy Bank is a classic collectible they’ll cherish for years—even if you’ll need to explain why it doesn’t hold Bitcoins.
Couture Kids Sure, the suggested ages for this Fendi stroller are 6 months to 2 years, but no one will judge (or need to know) if you decide to use it later to push around Fido or your purchases.                                                                                                                                              
Stella McCartney Pretty soon they’ll be asking to borrow your cowboy boots. Cherish the days before that happens and gift her Stella McCartney Kids Star Patch Detail boots featuring sustainable materials and rockstar style.
Monnalisa Monnalisa’s shoulder bag features fringe, studs, and enough room to carry around their personal items—and probably a few of yours too.                                                                                                                                               
Zimmermann So cute, you’ll wish it came in your size too. Zimmermann’s Tiggy Coverup is made from fluffy cotton and features a hood and a kangaroo pocket.                                                                       


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