Curve's Last-Minute Holiday Gift Guide
With Christmas right around the corner, and the mall a terrifying mob of people in the same boat as you, things may be looking pretty grim for those last few people on your holiday shopping list. But before you end up buying them something lame out of sheer shopper frustration here are some great Curvette approved gift ideas for every lezzies on your holiday list.
For the sexy fashion forward-lezzie in your life here are five blingy, fierce and cheeky suggestions guaranteed to thrill her.
1."Shell" Love It: Does she have a hand bag fetish? Then the Miche Bag will be a Christmas miracle. With hundreds of designs to chose from she can change the look of her bag by simply changing its outer shell. ($21 and up, michebag.com)
2. Bling Her Phone: Make her phone sparkle with a Zirconia case from DS Syles. Available in a rainbow of color options ($20 and up, dsstyles.com)
3. Mean Business: Who can resist the adorable lestastic business card cases from Sweet Heart Sinner? No one, that's who. ($9, etsy.com/shop/sweetheartsinner)
4. Glam Her Lobes: Does she have plugs? This year make her lobes za-za-zing with the fabulous hand-made ear plugs at Mystic Metals and Organics ($20 and up, mysticmetalsbodyjewelry.com)
5. Audacious Audio: It doesn't get much more glam then the fierce headphones from Crystal Case. ($45, crystalcase.com)
Bonus DVD pick : The Runaways: Joan Jett and Cherie Currie making out. Yes, please. ($20, wolfevideo.com)
If she loves Star Wars, Star Trek and most of all Starbuck this are all gifts the geeky lezzie on your list will fracken adore.
1. Gamer Gal: There's no need to pry the controller out of her hands with these lesbian inclusive titles: Fable 3, Mass Effect 2, Fallout: New Vegas. ($20 and up, gamestop.com)
2. Space Slice: Take her pizza where no pizza has gone before with this Star Trek Enterprise pizza cutter from Think Geek. ($25, thinkgeek.com)
3. Robo-Romance: Let her declare her gayness and geekiness in equal measure in the Lez Bot tee from Dyke Tees. ($23, dyketees.com)
4. Crush-Worthy Chef Gear: Princess Leia in the gold bikini apron. 'Nuff said. ($25, skymall.com)
5. Tote-ally Political: Does she lean left, or is she hot for smart spectacle sporting lezzies? Then this adorable Rachel Maddow will tote-ally rock her world. ($17, etsy.com)
Bonus DVD Picks: Alien Anthology, watch the ultimate female action star go gay for Winona Ryder in gorgeous crystal-clear Blu-ray. And for Gleeks, the Glee Gift Set is the perfect collectors item. ($75 & $40, amazon.com)
If she never misses a game, marathon or yoga class these gifts are a score for the lesbian jock on your list
1. Digital Personal Trainer: Kinect, the innovative controller-free motion tracker for the Xbox 360 will thrill gadget lovers and gamers alike but when paired with EA Sports Active 2 it becomes the ultimate in-home personal trainer. This is gonna make her sweat! ($150 & $100, gamestop.com)
2. Happy Hydrating: Adorable, sleek and environmentally friendly, give her the gift of hydration with a Sigg stainless steel water bottle ($24.99, mysigg.com)
3. For the Water Baby: Is she a swimmer? Why not help her up her game with the Finis Swimsense Performance Monitor, that will analyze her swim, save a work out history and help set and track goals. Plus, it looks pretty cool, too. ($200, finisinc.com)
4. Sapphic Sweats: Train (or lounge) in Prideful style in this "Dyke U" tracksuit ($45, cafepress.com)
5. Yoga on the Go: Uber organized and cute to boot the Gaiam Eco-Chic Everything Fits Yoga Gym Bag is made of recycled materials and makes packing a gym bag a snap for the yogi on your list. ($60, gaiam.com)
Bonus DVD Pick: A Marine Story this Dont Ask, Don't Tell themed film starring out actor Paris Pickard is a training montage thrill.
She cooks, she cleans, she gardens, she rears the kiddies and does it all with panache. Here's what to get the Susie homemaker dyke on your shopping list.
1. It's a Wonda-ful Life: Is she a soccer mom? Why not treat her sideline-sitting-booty to the Wonda Wedge, an inflatable pillow with attached mat. ($24, wondawedge.com)
2. High Tea: Treat her to the perfect cuppa with the Tea Tower from Uncommon Goods. The tower includes: Saucer, teapot, mug, creamer and sugar bowl ($30, uncommongoods.com)
3. Tasty Science: Bring science into the kitchen with the Molecular Gastronomy Starter Kit from Think Geek ($60, thinkgeek.com)
4. Queer cookin': We are totally gay for these hers and hers gayprons from Simplygleful. And she will be too. ($100, etsy.com)
5. Indulgent Gardening: These adorable truffle-look-a-likes are actually ready-to-plant bundles of herb seeds. Garden in style with Uncommon Good's Garden Bon Bon sets. ($15, uncommongoods.com)
Bonus DVD Picks: Bring home the lesbian crowd-pleaser The Kids are All Right. And for the kiddies Despicable Me on Blu-ray is a charming hilarious, grown folks-friendly kids movie. ($20, wolfevideo.com & $21, amazon.com)
She may love you, but lets face it, Gaia will always be her No. 1 gal. Here are some gift ideas for the environmentalist lezzie.
1. Purdy Birdies: Let her show off her love of nature with the handmade and recycled Nesting Birds necklaces from Uncommon Goods. ($70 and up, uncommongoods.com)
2.Tasty Tome: She can put her morals where her mouth is with the Veganomicon cookbook. Packed with photos and yummy vegan recipes its a veggie delight ($19, amazon.com)
3. Let's Get it Started: This Eco Starter kit from the Eco Hatchery is the perfect gift for anyone looking to green their home. ($98, ecohatchery.com)
4 Wrap Her in Luxury: Brr. When it's this cold outside who can resist a fabulous scarf. Our recommendation: The Azuri Organic Cotton scarf available in 110 colors from Nimli. ($39, nimli.com)
5. Green Her Gadgets: Stop plugging in all your rechargeable gadgets and gizmos. instead enlist the power of the sun with the Kiwi U-Powered Solar Charger ($100, kiwichoice.com)
DVD Pick: Avatar is a hit with geeks and greenies alike, watch this environmental allegory packed adventure on Blu-ray for the full visual spectacular. ($24, amazon.com)
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