The Ultimate Palm Beaches Holiday Gift Guide

November 22, 2019

Ready to do your shopping, Palm Beaches style? Get a jump-start with these local gift ideas.

Sleigh bells ring, are you listening? On Worth Ave., lights are twinkling... A beautiful sight, we’re happy tonight...Walking in a sunny wonderland... Alright, you get the idea! We may not have snow here in South Florida, but that doesn’t mean we skimp on the holiday fun (or caroling, for that matter). 

As the 2019 gift-giving season approaches, the shopping is better than ever in Palm Beach County. Whether you live here or just love visiting, we’ve prepared this guide to some of the season’s most eclectic gifts – hand-picked to give everyone on your list a special piece of The Palm Beaches.

Perfectly Palm Beaches Apparel & Accessories

Colorful purses and accessories from Lilly Pulitzer
Gift the give of a Palm Beach favorite, Lilly Pulitzer, this holiday season. Photos by Ashley Cagle. 

A hand-painted handbag or custom shift dress from Lilly Pulitzer is sure to brighten her winter season. The process is all part of the fun: dream up the scene, bring in some photographs, and a Lilly Pulitzer print designer will paint your creation directly onto the handbag! To design your own shift, let your Lilly lover pick the pattern and trimmings and lay it out on the dress, just like they do in the design house. Prices vary.
240 Worth Ave., Palm Beach; (561) 653-8282; lillypulitzer.com 

Nautical pattern purse on display
Nautical totes and bucket bags from Keller Palm Beach are the perfect accompaniment for a day at the beach. Photo by Ashley Cagle. 

A Palm Beaches holiday isn’t complete without something nautical – especially something you can bring to the beach! The exquisite Keller Palm Beach has fabulous pieces printed with a 1798 map of Florida, including totes ($225) and bucket bags ($100) with holders for six bottles or cans and a drainage hole on the bottom for melted ice. Or, capture the essence of the coast with a signature PALM BEACH candle ($45), with luscious scents of agave nectar, lemon zest and sandalwood. 
208 Brazillian Ave., Palm Beach; (561) 355-5331; kellerpalmbeach.com

Give her something that sparkles this season, and dazzle her with diamonds from Provident Jewelry. With four locations in The Palm Beaches, Florida-based Provident is one of the most trusted buyers and sellers of fine estate jewelry, rare gems and luxury timepieces in the country. 
Locations in Palm Beach, Wellington, West Palm Beach and Jupiter; providentjewelry.com

gift display at Vineyard Vines Store
Holiday apparel and accessories at Vineyard Vines. Photo by Ashley Cagle. 

If you’re looking for a whale of a good holiday filled with fun stocking stuffers, check out Vineyard Vines this season. The preppy style is right at home on the golf course or pool deck. Seasonal items range from kids' plush whale slippers ($29.50) and “Santa’s helper” bow ties ($55) to tree ornaments ($55) and plaid flannel lounge pants ($65).
Locations at PGA Commons in Palm Beach Gardens, Worth Avenue in Palm Beach, and Town Center at Boca RatonVineyardvines.com 

Baby Clothes on display
Shop sweet baby items like these Nella Pima cotton onesies at Lori Jayne in Palm Beach. Photo by Ashley Cagle.

Shop for something posh and personal for the little ones at Lori Jayne in Palm Beach – like adorable Nella Pima cotton custom pyjamas and onesies (starting at $50). Monogram anything you’d like to make it even more personal. We’re also loving the European-inspired scooters! 
304 S. County Rd., Palm Beach; (561) 855-4290; lorijayne.com 

Look into picking up a fresh scent from the newly opened Krigler Fine Fragrances. The “Palm Dream 219” perfume is described as a “woody-floral laced with spice that celebrates both Palm Beach’s high society, as well as the beautiful, exotic Floridian nature.” Prices start at $375.
Visit Krigler Fine Fragrance at the Four Seasons Resort Hotel, 2800 S. Ocean Blvd., Palm Beach; (561) 533-3710; krigler.com

Satisfy Their Sweet Tooth

You can’t go wrong with decadent chocolates from Peterbrooke. Think about doing a custom chocolate gift basket complete with milk chocolate popcorn, peppermint bark, chocolate-covered Oreos, handmade rocky road, Peterbrooke’s own custom-blended coffee, oversized chocolate-dipped Rice Krispie treats and more.
296 S. County Rd., Palm Beach; (561) 557-8286; peterbrooke.com


Winter Wonderland at Hoffmann's Chocolates in Greenacres.

Hoffman’s Chocolates is more than a Palm Beaches treat – it’s an experience. Take your choco-lover to the dazzling Winter Wonderland display at the Hoffman’s Chocolate Factory in Greenacres, featuring more than 100,000 lights, chocolate classes, tours and more.
5190 Lake Worth Rd., Greenacres; (888) 281-8800; hoffmans.com

Spirited Experiences


Treat your beer-lover to a tour and tasting at Barrel of Monks Brewing in Boca Raton.

Sometimes the guys are hard to shop for. Consider gifting an experience like a brewery tour of Barrel of Monks in Boca Raton. Known for its Belgian-inspired brews, Barrel of Monks’ brewery experience illuminates the fine art of beer making. The tour lasts about 30 minutes and wraps up in the tasting room, where you can sip the fresh ales you just learned about.
1141 S. Rogers Cir. #5, Boca Raton; (561) 510-1253; barrelofmonks.com

If you can’t limit your tasting experience to just one brewery, buy your beer-lover a ride on the Damn Good Beer Bus. Standard tours visit three breweries on the Ale Trail of The Palm Beaches, but there are options to add more. Gift cards can be purchased in increments of $50, $100, $150 or $200. 
(561) 906-7212; damngoodbeerbus.com

Inside a wine room with various bottles on display
The Wine Room in Delray Beach is an oenophile’s paradise. Photo by Ashley Cagle.

If you’re shopping for a wine lover, don’t miss The Wine Room in Delray Beach. With more than 200 wines by the glass, this newly opened bar and bottle shop will whisk you away to wine country right here in The Palm Beaches. Patrons load a wine card and insert it into the Enomatic machines, which offer a choice of three pour sizes. Look up to admire the wine-barrel ceiling, then explore the Fromage Cave, two fully stocked bars and speakeasy! And if you just want to pick up a bottle, the shop features over 400 wines and accoutrements.
411 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach; (561) 243-9463; thewineroomonline.com


Tickets to Champagne Brunch at the International Polo Club Palm Beach make a great holiday gift.

Looking for something fast-paced and exciting for the whole family? Sunday Polo at the International Polo Club Palm Beach is a great gift for everyone. This season will commence on Sunday, Dec. 29, and run through April 19, 2020.  Enjoy the season by sipping Champagne and dining in elegance with the backdrop of ponies galloping across the field. General admission tickets start at $10; Champagne Brunch tickets start at $125.
 3667 120th Ave. S, Wellington; (561) 204-5687; ipc.coth.com

Whatever you choose this holiday season, be sure to experience the sights and sounds of decorations around town. From Santa sightings in the malls to Sandi the famous tree at Holiday in Paradise, there’s no shortage of happy shopping, happy sightseeing and happy holidays in The Palm Beaches.

Holiday display inside shopping mall
The sparkling holiday display at The Mall at Wellington Green. Photo by Ashley Cagle.

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Ashley Cline
Ashley Cagle
Ashley Cline Cagle of EquestrianStylist.com is a lifestyle and fashion blogger based out of Wellington, Florida. Growing up living in fast-paced South Florida and competing at the Winter Equestrian Festival planted a seed for her love of fashion at a young age. With a degree in Fashion Merchandising from Florida State University and an M.B.A. in entrepreneurship from Nova Southeastern University, Ashley is committed to connecting the mainstream fashion industry to the equestrian community.