Hi there! Wondering what to give your boss? We have a few suggestions at a variety of different price points. Check them out below.
This cheese creamery in Napa was created by two best friends, one a chef at Chez Panisse and the other a co-owner of Bette's Oceanview Diner in Berkeley. They make organic cheese from some of the best local dairy in the San Francisco area. The packaging is adorable and the cheese is delicious (duh). Select your own cheeses or go with the Classic Cowgirl Combination. Pick the week that you'd like it to arrive fresh. A more extravagant gift is the Cheese Club option. Yum.
A vase is a great gift because you can find ones at any price point. They are artistic without being over the top. You could also easily use a ceramic vase as a pencil cup. I love this black and white spotted one from Need Supply. This one is a little more affordable but just as gorgeous. These mini succulent planters are also adorable.
Tessa's chocolate is the real deal, and the packaging makes for such a special gift. Tessa takes pride in sourcing quality ingredients and putting care into every step of the chocolate making process. Her products come in a variety of sizes and prices. Your recipient will not be disappointed.
This cup is legit. I used to come back to work in the morning and still have ice in my cup. The 30 oz is best to keep at work, and the 20 oz is best for home. My husband's favorite is the lowball for coffee. If you want to get fancy, you can now get them customized by Yeti here. You can also go the Etsy route.
This is one of those things you didn't know you needed until you have it. It eliminates the rifling through your purse for your keys experience completely. It's cute when you have it on your arm and has an easy clip-out for your keys. I love this thing. It's a little expensive to buy for yourself, which is what makes this such a good gift.