13 Gifts to Give Your Fiancé(e) This Holiday Season

Here’s 13 steal-worthy gift ideas for your S.O. — options are from local DMV-area stores, too!

Date Night-In Gift Box from Urban Dwell

Doing last minute holiday shopping this season and need a gift for your soon-to-be wife or hubby? We’ve got you covered! Check out this roundup of locally-sourced gifts—from jewelry accessories from Kendra Scott, to bartending goodies from Salt & Sundry, you’ll find a present suited for any type of personality. The best part? You can skip paying for shipping and (safely!) pick up your purchase contact-free at some of these storefronts, too.

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1.) A Necklace and Earring Gift Set


Jack Gift Set from Kendra Scott 

2.) A Multi-Use Tote Bag for Outdoor Hangs


Pocket Tote Bag with DC print, $55 from SCOUT

3.) A Festive Necktie for Virtual Parties


Vineyard Vines Holiday Spirit Tie, $88 from Tuckernuck 

4.) A Bitters Bottle for Bartending Lovers


Gold Top Bitters Bottle, $32 from Salt & Sundry

5.) A Relaxing Spa gift Set


Spa Gift Set, $45 from Nourish & Refine

6.) A Gorgeous Clay Planter


Clay Funnel Plater, $75 from REWILD

7.) A Good Read

A Promised Land by Barack Obama, $45 from Kramers

8.) DC-inspired Decor


DC Neighborhood Print, starting at $12.95 from Billie Clare

9.) An Apron They’ll Want to Wear


Shuck Yeah Oyster Apron, $30 from The Neighborgoods

10.) A Date-Night-In Gift Box


Date Night-In Gift Box, $72 from Urban Dwell

11.) French Press for Coffee Enthusiasts

Ceramic French Press, $120 from The Phoenix 

12.) A Unique Addition to Any Kitchen or Tabletop

Terrafirma Medium Serving Bowls, $165 from Red Barn Mercantile 

13.) A Luxe Candle

Sweet Life Scented Candle, $32 from Cadence Candle Co.

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Assistant Editor, Washingtonian Weddings

Jacqueline comes to Washingtonian with close to five years of digital content experience and SEO best practices. She previously was a senior editorial associate at WeddingWire, specializing in wedding fashion, and before that, an assistant at Vow Bride. Originally from Norfolk, Virginia, she now lives in Columbia Heights.