It’s the season of giving! Here’s what we want to get. From dinnerware to slippers to cologne (can you tell we’re a lifestyle magazine?) here are our editors’ top holiday wish list picks.

Cranberry Glerups

I became obsessed with these slippers last year, right around the time they sold out everywhere. Or rather, the specific colour I wanted sold out everywhere€”because, you know, WFH, pandemic, etc. They came back in stock this summer, but was I looking for warm and cozy during the heat dome? I was not. And now that it’s holiday times, they’re tops on my list for anyone who wants to give me the equivalent of a hug for my feet. Which is a thing, right? Glerups from Australia Boot Company, $99 €”Anicka Quin, editorial director

Kinto Kronos Glass Tumblers

We’ve always embraced an an imitation-Italian casualness with our home wine service. Our preferred vessel of choice for a nice red is a repurposed Weck jar. Yes, we do have a handful of stemmed glasses, but they’re mostly promotional (thanks for having me, Uncorked Marathon!) and live at the back of the cupboard. In the back of my head, I guess I’ve felt obliged to keep them in the rotation, as if that’s the “proper” way to drink wine… but I think this Christmas, it’s time to say goodbye to stems and lean into the tumbler life with intention by trading in my swag and recyclables for these Kinto Kronos double-wall glasses. Maybe it’s not what a somm would be sipping out of, but it’ll be nice to have some glassware in the mix that feels worthy of toasting, not hiding away. Kinto glass tumblers from Welks, $21 each €”Stacey McLachlan, editor at large

Creed Aventus Travel Atomizer

I wear cologne every day, except on days when I’m going to wine tastings where wafts of vetiver are generally not appreciated. And here’s the thing€”even with what seems like a very liberal application routine it takes forever to get through a bottle. So for me (or you if you’re buying for me) it’s an area where a splurge makes sense. And make no mistake, Creed is a splurge€”it’s generally at the very top end of all cologne’s, price-wise. But it’s so much better than 99% of all the other perfume water out there€”its notes are strong, its smell is natural and it lasts forever. Seriously, per application I bet that the rip-off that is the Native deodorant (whose early wiles snagged me before coming to my senses) costs more per application. And this set here is doubly awesome, as a vial would fit nicely in my dopp kit such that my olfactory regimen doesn’t need to take a pause when I go on vacation or travel for work. There’s three vials, which will take me around the world many times over. Creed Aventus Travel Atomizer from Holt Renfrew, $370 for set of three€”Neal McLennan, food & travel editor

Sway Stoneware Low Bowls

I think it was Stacey who told me, years ago when I was doing my internship at WL, that this is a dangerous career to get into€”you end up wanting to buy everything you cover. I handle the Shopping section of the magazine and spend hours poring over the most stylish furniture and home decor that Western Canada has to offer. I included these bowls from West Elm in our sister publication Vancouver magazine’s South Granville Gift Guide, and I also want them for myself. I love the whimsical design and hardiness of the material. Good quality dinnerware is not something I’ve invested in, yet€”and it would be awful nice if someone took that leap for me. Sway Stoneware Low Bowls from West Elm, $22 each€”Alyssa Hirose, assistant editor

READ MORE: Western Living‘s 2021 Holiday Gift Guide