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2017 Gift Guide: Sherri McMullen

Her beloved Piedmont women’s clothing boutique celebrates a decade in business this year.


The Giver:
Sherri McMullen, Owner, McMullen Boutique. Her beloved Piedmont women’s clothing boutique celebrates a decade in business this year. McMullen Boutique 1235 Grand Ave., Piedmont 

Words of Wisdom: “I love choosing gifts for friends and family that they would never purchase for themselves—something that feels like a luxury!”

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For: My girl who is a mom-entrepreneur and never has enough time.
A week’s worth of dinner kits$70 at

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For: My bookworm bestie.
Nook with 10 New York Times bestsellers downloaded$120 Nook at

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For: That friend who always hosts the best dinner parties.
A box of tapers in every color of the rainbow$11, Anthem 

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For: The boyfriend who is always late.
Vintage 1960 Rolex Steel Datocompax$33,500, HQ Milton 

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For: My sister who loves to nap.
D. Porthault linens$200-$2,750, Sue Fisher King

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For: My client who loves to pop a bottle at any opportunity.
McBride Sisters rosé champagne$25 at

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For: My four brilliant sisters.
A girls’ spa weekend at Cavallo

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For: My trainer, who keeps me honest.
Limited Edition 500 Collection Tutu Swarovski Crystal Water Bottle$185 at

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For: My friend who is always in Tulum (or at least it feels that way).
Zimmerman’s Jasper kaftan$590, McMullen Boutique 

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For: My BFF and biggest cheerleader.
Matching Lizzie Fortunato African Sky Collar necklaces$375, McMullen Boutique

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Check out the gifts in the slideshow above, and read more with the links below.

Catherine Bailey, co-owner, Heath Ceramics
David Barzelay, chef and co-owner, Lazy Bear
Emily Holt, owner, Hero Shop
George Revel, owner, Lost Coast Outfitters
Ray Signorello Jr., owner, Signorello Estate
Sherri McMullen, owner, McMullen Boutique
Lisa Wong Jackson and Lisa Fontaine, owners, Morningtide
Natalie Bowen Brookeshire, owner, Natalie Bowen Designs
Jay Jeffers and Michael Purdy, interior designer (Jeffers) and co-owners, Jay Jeffers—The Store


Originally published in the December issue of San Francisco

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