Happy Holidays from Uptown Park

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December Gift Guide: Gifts for Him

With less than a week until Christmas, we are ending our gift guide with the perfect presents for him. Skip the usual tie or sock and wrap one of these stand outs instead.

This classic A. Lange & Shone 18k gold watch is perfect for even the most late men in your life. $24,500, at Lewis Jewelers.

Keep him cozy on Christmas morning with this Viyella cotton and wool blend robe in the colors of the season. $225, at Bill Walker Clothiers.

Bring the party wherever he goes with a six-ounce black leather flask from Casablanca. $65, at Casablanca

Serve his favorite liquor during the college football season with a glass decanter from University Co-Op. $60, at the University Co-Op.

Velvet is the fabric of the season and these Venetian loafers are sure to be well worn. $295, at M Penner.

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December Gift Guide: Gifts for Children

Each year, gifts for little ones get harder and harder to pick out. Whether its your child, cousin, grandchild, niece or nephew, we pulled five of the hottest gifts for the 2014 holiday season.

Looking for a little longhorn? Make them feel like they are apart of the burnt orange team with this Letterman jacket from University Co-op. $46.99 at The University Co-Op.

Rock the monogram with this Goldenthread silver disc from Carrie Ann Boutique. $85, at Carrie Ann Boutique.

Countdown until the big day with this chalkboard picture frame from Children’s Art Boutique. $17, at Children’s Art Boutique.

Keep warm in this La Dolly Coat by Petot Tom. The adorable liner is sure to entice any little fashionista to wear it on the coldest of winter days. Price upon request, at Mint Baby.

Every child loves a sweet treat and these decorated cupcakes from Crave Cupcakes are sure to be a hit. $60 per box, at Crave Cupcakes.


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December Gift Guide: Gifts for Her

Shopping for the woman in your life can leave many clueless. We searched the center for 5 fool-proof gift that are sure to be a wow- worthy reaction on Christmas morning.

Acrylic clutches have been a big hit this winter season. This emerald Edie Parker clutch from Elizabeth Anthony, is one she will use all season long. $1,595 at Elizabeth Anthony.

This Big-O key ring is perfect for any woman on the go, and Oprah agrees. It holds your keys in a stylish alternative. $55, at Carrugi’s.

Keep her warm in this faux-fur coat from Designual, perfect for any snow bunny. $229, at BB1 Classics.

Friends will be green with envy of these emerald slab earring by Victor Veylan. $18,480, at Lewis Jewelers.

Always complaining about not having enough hands? The Girly Go Garter from Carrie Ann Boutique provides an alternative to carrying a purse with hidden pockets. $39, at Carrie Ann Boutique.

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December Gift Guide

With the holidays in full swing, look no futher to Uptown Park for all of your gifting needs. Each week in December, we will be giving you a gift guide for even the hardest people on your list, from home to kids, mothers to fathers, we have it all. This week we start off with presents for one of the hardest gifts to find, gifts for the host or hostess. Calendars are beginning to look overbooked with holiday soirees, and with no time to find a little something to bring, we give you five easy items that are easy to pick up at Uptown.

Any party person needs a bottle opener, and this Aerin gold oak leaf bottle opener with outshine any present. $75, at Longoria Collection.

Hostess has a sweet tooth? Pick up a holiday box from Araya Chocolates to meet any sugar need. Price varies per box, at Araya Chocolates.

Stand out with these one of a kind D.O.T coasters by Borris Bally. Each coaster is made from a traffic sign and no two are alike. $100, at High Gloss.

Big longhorn fans? Bring a bottle of wine and this longhorn stopper to help decorate even the most burnt orange of kitchens. $20, at University Co-op.

Bring a gift that can be enjoyed at the event with a box of Cigars from The Cigar Vault. Price varies per box, at The Cigar Vault.

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