Echos’ supremely cozy winter shopping recommendations
The holidays are right around the corner, and for us, that means stocking up on all the latest merch. If you’re short on gift ideas this season, don’t worry — we’ve got you covered. From comfy kicks and bold jewelry to page-turner books and the coolest variants for your vinyl-loving dad, these artists put together the ultimate shopping guide that’ll have your loved ones beaming. Check out Echos’ picks below.
Echos Logo Mug
$15 • Echos Shop
My Echos mugs are a perfect gift idea for coffee and tea lovers. I may be biased, but this has become my favorite mug to drink from! We offer two sizes, and they look cute in your morning coffee posts.
[Photo via Echos Shop]
Mary Wyatt London Nephilim Sweatpants
$59.16 • Mary Wyatt London
Mary Wyatt London is my No. 1 go-to for winter wear, and honestly, I have been living out of the same three pairs for the last two years. If you follow my Instagram account, you’ve probably seen me in this uniform more than once. It’s a must-have for winter loungewear, and the quality is amazing!
[Photo via Mary Wyatt London]
Wildling Empress Collection
$129 • Wilding Beauty
Wildling’s gua sha set is the perfect at-home spa experience and one of my favorite things for keeping my skin looking vibrant during the winter. I also like to listen to positive affirmations while doing this and light a candle to make it feel like a self-care ritual.
[Photo via Wilding Beauty]
VERB Ghost Oil
$20 • Verb Products
[Photo via Verb Products]
HEALTH hoodie • HEALTH
Any and all merch from HEALTH. I love HEALTH (who doesn’t?), and this is the perfect way to keep yourself warm and pairs nicely with Mary Wyatt sweats (one of my other go-to outfits).
[Photo via HEALTH]
SPEAKLO • speaklo
I have two prints from speaklo hanging in my home, and I love them! They add such a special touch, and sharing art is one of my favorite things to gift during the holidays. You can message them on their Instagram page to order @speaklo_.
[Photo via @speaklo_]
Echos appears in Alternative Press’ Winter 2022 issue, which is available here or below.