The holiday gifting season is right around the corner, and there’s nothing like feeling ahead on the shopping list of to-dos for your family, friends, neighbors, coworkers and more. Whether you are heading to a holiday party or celebrating the season, here are a few places to shop locally this season:

KLoRebel Art Co.

Illustrator and local artist Kirsten Lowe-Rebel of KLoRebel Art Co. makes some of the most pristine, fine art gifts that inspire Pittsburgh, its architecture and beyond. Make a hometown statement as you gift her detailed art pieces at the next holiday party. Lowe-Rebel offers the perfect Pittsburgh gift in an array of assortments from art prints, candles, coasters, pillows, wine totes, puzzles and more. The shop also offers custom house portraits for that extra personal touch.

Pip & Lola’s Soaps & Sundries

Located in Shadyside and the Strip District Terminal, Pip & Lola’s Soaps and Sundries cleans up nicely as a fun, witty gift. Explore the vegan and vegetarian barely-scented soaps with clever names such as “Fight Scrub,” “Beer for Breakfast” and “Nasty Women Get **it Done,” along with some covetable best sellers including “Lola’s Lavender Oats” soap and “Gypsy Rose Lemon” soap. Great for making a small gift basket, other products include hand and body bars, facial bars, shampoo bars, shave soap, lotions/body butters, dog shampoo, bath bombs and plenty more. Plus, check out their gift sets for easy and convenient gifting.

love, Pittsburgh

A renowned Pittsburgh favorite, love, Pittsburgh is the popular haven to find anything and everything you may be looking for in a gift. Shop holiday gift boxes, collections such as sustainable products, candles, and Pittsburgh gifts, and check out art prints, ornaments, stationary, apparel and so much more. Get inspired by local artists all over the region, and discover new items to give this season. In their latest collection, “Fireside Feels,” explore products from the following artists: Kellys Vintage Treasures (vintage finds), Kin of Duncan (‘dogdannas’ and scrunchies), and Toomanysparkles (upcycled fabric notebooks, sketchbooks and framed art).

Cheese Queen Pgh

With the ever-growing popularity and eye-catching display of charcuterie boards, the Cheese Queen Pgh is the one-stop-shop for anything food related. With a new menu and classes, the Cheese Queen Pgh is always spreading something unique for anyone to enjoy, like its own gift shop. Honey, Batch jams, Christmas cookies, charcuterie utensils, beautiful wooden boards and more, the Cheese Queen has the ultimate, snack-tastic lineup for your gifting needs.

Roxanne’s Dried Flowers

Deck the halls with Roxanne’s Dried Flowers and gift away these garden-inspired, earthy treasures on your flower child’s list. Shop dried collections like silver dollar eucalyptus, lavender, juniper with berries and more. Plus, the shop has plenty of ornaments, keepsakes, holiday decorations, dried fruit assortments and other giftable must-haves.

This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.
Colin Parrish

Colin is a Pittsburgh born and raised, daydreamer, restaurant foodie addict whose passions include running, thrifting, camping, and having a healthy amount of coffee or Malbec (depending on the time of day) . As a typical jagoff, you can catch him shopping in the Strip, running in Highland Park, or finding the best hiking views just outside of the city. He is a content manager for YaJagoff Media LLC and currently lives in Etna, PA.

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