Gypsy Soul - Gift Guide 2017

November 12, 2017 1 Comment

Ten gift ideas for the gypsies we love. These Spirit Nest items will surely make a drifting gypsy soul happy this holiday season.
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1. English Roses Vegan Boots

$69.95

Take a walk and smell the flowers or take a walk with the flowers instead.. literally! Take those beautiful English Roses everywhere you go with this eco-friendly vegan boots!

2. 5 Elements Engraved on Amethyst Pyramid

$14.95

Holidays are a great time for a change and rediscovering your balance with this amethyst pyramid. The elements engraved on it will help you find the balance and motivation for a jumpstart. It’s also a great addition to every crystals collection!

3. Gypsy Soul Hoodie

$42.95

Spread the magick of your tribe with this cozy Gypsy Soul Hoodie. Choose from a variety of colors, only available online! 

4. Moon Goddess Lip Balm

$8

Winter season means dry, chapped lips. But we have the cure for that, this Moon Goddess Lip Balm not only moisturizes and heals but it also gives out surges of positive energy with each application.

5. Lavender Body Butter

$15

Feel good and smell good this holiday season with this organic body butter that calms, soothes, and rejuvenates. An indulgent present for anyone!

6. Full Moon Ritual Mason Jar

$28

Shower your friends with good intentions for the upcoming year ahead. Get them this Full Moon Ritual Mason Jar candle! It is infused with Citrine Stone, a powerful gemstone that can help them achieve their goals.

7. I Dance With the Moon Tank Top

$24.95

Celebrate and dance with the moon. Choose from Navy, Black or Purple.

8. Free Spirit Tank Top

$26.95

Set your spirit free and run wild in style with this Spirit Nest colorful original design tank top! Also available in other colors,  White, Navy, Black, and Purple. Get it now.

9. Ethnic Silver Anklet

$14.95

A great party idea this holiday season would be a gypsy dance celebration. Throw the best one with your girlfriends and get this Ethnic Silver Anklet to complete the vibe!

10. Gypsy Queen Rings Set

$11.95

Level up your accessory game with four beautiful and one-of-a-kind pieces in this Gypsy Queen Rings Set. It’s definitely a must-have!




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November 21, 2017

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