$30 and Under:
Historical apothecary from LBCC Historical: I adore the historically inspired cosmetics and apothecary goods from LBCC! I personally use a lot of them in my costuming AND everyday life. A favorite in our house is the "Fine Salve for Beautifying the Face" which does everything from moisturizing my lips to keeping Mr. Dames a la Mode's hands from getting chapped due to winter bike riding!
Jane Austen Teas from Bingley's Teas: These delightful teas are on regular rotation in my teapot. My personal favorites are Longbourne Wedding Tea and Lizzy Bennet's Wit, but each one I've tried is delicious!
Antique Ribbons from Bulldog and Baum: There is SUCH promise in a length of ribbon. It inspires my creativity and makes me itch to make something beautiful. Bulldog and Baum has some of the loveliest ribbon you'll find anywhere!
Patterns and Guides from The Old Petticoat Shop: I've taken several of Jennifer's online classes and they are so helpful. This Corded Petticoat Workbook looks like it would be so helpful!
Reproduction Regency Pearl Earrings from Dames a la Mode: I based these earrings off of several 19th Century portraits, but they are truly timeless!
$30 and Up:
Replica Jane Austen Cross from Dames a la Mode: My custom-made crosses are as close as you can get to Jane's in size, shape, and color! A must-have for any Jane Austen lover.
Reproduction Muffs from The Lady Detalle: Her stock changes frequently, but she's just added a lot of gorgeous portrait muffs that are delightful! The Duchess of Devonshire one is my favorite!
Silk Fabric from Burnley and Trowbridge: Angela has outdone herself with her latest find of beautiful silk plaids! And the price is amazing too at only $15/yard!
Handsewn Cap from Flying Heart Millinery: I own one of these beautifully-made caps and if you've ever cursed while making tiny rolled hems, you'll know that the price on these is excellent!
Silk Satin Cloak Kit from At The Sign of the Golden Scissors: Everything you need to make up a beautiful 18th century cloak!
An Agreeable Tyrant Exhibition Catalog: You've probably heard the buzz around this new Federal-era fashion exhibit at the DAR Museum in DC, but if you can't get there in person, this exhibit catalog is an excellent consolation prize! Lots of images, great information, and even patterns!
$100 and Up:
Historical Corsets by Redthreaded: I have a pair of her Regency Long Stays, which are my favorite undergarment I own. And I'm really eyeing her new 1860s Gored Corset, too, which has a beautiful shape!
Historical shoes by American Duchess: I won't even admit to the quantity of American Duchess shoes I own and will only say that they outnumber my everyday shoes by a considerable margin! I'm lusting after her new Victorian side-lacing boots!
Reproduction Collet Necklace from Dames a la Mode: Available in dozens of colors...take your pick!
Many wonderful things to choose from! What's on your list this year?