Dutch Floral & Home (dutchfloralandhome.com; 401 NW 23rd St.; 609-2809) offers an array of classy gifts and flowers so you can add a personal touch. Pick up cocktail shakers and mixers and a book of drink recipes or some coffee and a nice mug. Grab some cash-and-carry flowers (individually priced, with or without a vase), a potted succulent your friends can enjoy for more than a week and a fragrant candle. Or take a chance on a nice coffee table book or an arrangement made by one of Dutchs skilled florists.
If youre looking for something with a more homey, handmade feel, drop by Collected Thread (collectedthread.com; 1705 NW 16th St., 557- 1141). This shop is nestled in the corner of the Plaza District and is full of items that are handmade, hand-altered or [have] a handmade aspect to [them].
You will enjoy browsing through unique jewelry, handbags and clothing including charming baby items and Thunder shirts long after youve found your gift.
Perchd (perchdmodern.com; 14 NW Ninth St.; 494-0419) is the place to find a gift thats more on the modern side. Located in a shipping container in historic Automobile Alley, Perchd offers a clean, bright variety of throw pillows, coffee mugs, knickknacks and innovative odds n ends.
While youre there, be sure to check out its selection of ultramodern furniture.
Pop by Womb Gallery and visit Dwelling Spaces (dwellingspaces. net; 25 NW Ninth St.; 208-4455) for a gift thats a little less ordinary.
This shop offers an eclectic array of items, including stickers, coffee mugs, clothing, jewelry and Flaming Lips gummies, as well as pillows and prints highlighting the robot artwork of Eric Joyner. A lot of the items even feature Bigfoot, everyones favorite woodland-dweller, whom some believe roams the hills of our lovely state thanks, Animal Planet and Finding Bigfoot.
If youre feeling unsure about choosing something that your host might not quite enjoy as much as you thought, take a more traditional route you can never go wrong with a good bottle of wine. Urban Wineworks (urbanww.com; 1749 NW 16th St.; 525-9463) offers a wide variety of bottle openers, stoppers, glasses and bags, as well as its famous-in-OKC selection of damn fine table wine[s].
Lets shop, OKC!