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Lela's 2017 Holiday Gift Guide

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Aunts. Teachers. Cousins. Secretaries. Nieces. What do all of these people have in common? You just might need to get them a Christmas gift! Listed below are some of our favorite things that those hard to buy for people in your life just might enjoy. 

La Vie Parisienne Jewelry

This fan favorite collection features designs taken from vintage French jewelry molds and accented with Swarovski crystals. 

Votivo Candle

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Who doesn't love this classic? Nearly every new customer has to ask what smells so good when they walk into Lela. Give your friends and family the gift of a nice-smelling house this holiday!


Erstwilder, a kitschy, retro brand out of Melbourne, Australia has a cult following... people from all over the country (and even abroad!) have called us looking for a particular piece. They are so fun and a great way to jazz up an otherwise black winter outfit.

Lulu's Petals Jewelry

An excellent buy for the vintage enthusiast in your life! This De Pere-based designer uses vintage jewelry pieces, takes them apart, and fashions them into distinctly modern pieces with a bit of retro flair!

The Lela Blend

Our signature perfume oil is a hit! And at $22, a perfect small gift or stocking stuffer. This white amber scent is a universal crowdpleaser that smells pretty and soft but not overpowering.

Still totally stuck? Try a Lela gift card and let them decide on their own! 

♥ The Lela Team ♥


Cute and Still Cozy: Holiday Styling by Lela

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Why sacrifice comfort for style - or vice versa? Everything is possible with the power of styling. Here are a few of our favorite outfits for achieving just that, along with a few helpful tips. 

Back to Basics: Lysse is your best friend

Belts and non-stretch fabrics are for the warmer months! Free your mind with our absolute favorite leggings by Lysse. They are definitely a splurge but once you own one pair, you'll a convert for life.


Orange You Glad It's Tweed?

This rusty orange sweater, complete with cute tie-detail at either wrist, is very cute on its own with a pair of Lysse leggings. But you can bump it up to the next level with this tweed vest and a coordinating knit hat! 

Breaking Up Black

We're all guilty of relying on the color black in colder climes. Bring life back to your outfit by layering a black turtleneck and leggings underneath a dress that might otherwise be relegated to summertime.

Delightfully Detailed

Dress down a detailed shirt by pairing it with a plain dress or tunic underneath. Add leggings for an additional layer and you're set - or dress it up with a tailored blazer and pants!

Tropical Vibes in Freezing Temperatures

Longing for a beach getaway? Here's a less expensive alternative. This cashmere wrap will have you feeling temperate in no time; add a bold accessory, like this toucan brooch from Erstwilder, and really take your winter fashion to the next level.

So anything catch your eye? Let us know what you think down below or on Facebook page

Love, the Lela Team ♥

Our Best Holidays Outfits (So Far)

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Winter is coming... and that means tons of parties! Peruse below for our latest and greatest picks.

Dark Floral Dream

Flowers aren't just for spring anymore! Maggy London's muted take on the trend makes for an elegant holiday staple. We paired it with a fur-trimmed sweater for extra coverage and flair.

In The Mix
Want to try something a little different? Combine various textures in your outfit to make simple pieces a little funky. 

Purple Pop
Tired of red and green for the holidays? Step out in this gorgeous Samuel Dong gown to turn heads and stand out from the crowd. 

Subtle Sparkle
These aren't your daughter's sequins! This elegant Eva Franco dress pairs softer tones on top of beautiful black velvet with an asymmetric skirt hem. Love!

Festively Dressed
How incredible is this piece? Nicole Miller has done it again. If you find the neckline a bit much, try it with a lace bandeau underneath.

See anything you like? Come down to the Third Ward - we'd love to see you!