For a show that's ostensibly about divorce and struggling through the second act of life, it really cannot be overstated how much of a delight The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is to watch. Much of its charm is owed to the famously fast-paced dialogue of the Sherman-Palladinos, sure, but if we're completely honest ... we're showing up for the aesthetics just as much. So it stands to reason that many of us are trying to infuse some of Midge's signature style into a year that's been, well, pretty bleak!
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With season four rumored to be dropping any day, here are our top gifting picks for the Mrs. Maisel-stan on your list.
We think Midge would approve of these bright, cheery hues — and the ability to create a matching set of makeup bags and jewelry cases. (Leatherology also lets you personalize styles using trapunto, a luxe embossed-looking technique that we first learned about from fellow whimsical and fancy person Simon Doonan.)
In keeping with her tradition of getting a few Black & Whites for her doorman and elevator operator, we think Midge might up her game around the holidays and gift this pretty glass version instead.
For listening to dirty standup bootlegs, obviously.
For when the ever-present Pyrex needs an update.
Gotta keep things tidy in between salon appointments, right?
Absurdly adorable, this retro-chic speaker delivers surprisingly high-quality audio for such a teeny-tiny package (it's less than three inches high).
Mixing up a few Gimlets for friends never looked so good.
With a nighttime routine like hers, we find it hard to believe that Midge doesn't have a (skin-and-hair-saving) silk pillowcase.
Just don't ask her to share her famous brisket recipe.
Technically these are designed for children, but ... c'mon. Just look at them.
Whether you're planning a wedding or just looking for your new signature stationery set for writing thank-you notes, Cheree Berry Paper's highly customizable Mrs. Maisel-inspired suite is pure perfection.
Midge has been known to enjoy the occasional hit of herb after a show, but in true-to-form fashion, we imagine she'd be a careful reader of this handsome guide from manners maven Emily Post's great-great-granddaughter.
Infinitely chicer than those giant ones Astrid gifted the family.
A timeless battle cry for any (midcentury) modern woman.
Emily Bihl is a freelance writer and sometimes-songwriter who can invariably be found rearranging furniture in a domicile somewhere along the Mississippi River. She lives with her black labrador Selkie and a small army of homemade ceramics, and has not willingly closed a browser tab since 2011.