Clothing Christmas gifts and festive accessories for the discerning men and women on your list.

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Filson Short Mile Marker

He’ll love this hip-yet-rugged oil-finished, cover-cloth jacket with a moleskin-lined collar, made in Seattle by heritage brand Filson. Water- and wind-resistant with lots of pockets and a breathable cloth lining, it’s the perfect top layer for work or play. $325 at Filson (Sodo) and

BZR Pocket Drape Wink Dress

This dramatic but versatile dress can take her through holiday parties and into the new year with a flattering fit, swingy shape and always-handy pockets. Hand-painted in Seattle on cotton jersey, the dress takes up to two weeks to ship, so plan in advance. $160 at

Gina Pankowski Quark Stud Earrings

Seattle jewelry designer Pankowski’s earrings are miniature modern sculptures you can wear. Gold bars with pearl ends orbit around dark sterling silver spheres to create a high-contrast, space-age atom design that is stunning and utterly unique. $350 at

Diesel On Full Guard Touchscreen Bracelet Smartwatch

Finally, something that acts like a smartphone but looks like a watch. The touch-screen, mineral crystal face receives calls and alerts and doubles as a fitness tracker, with wireless charging, synching and time updates as you travel. $350 at Nordstrom and

Black Pine Workshop Tight Knit Pom Pom Beanie

While at après ski or walking around town, they’ll look cool and stay warm in this Seattle-designed rolled-cuff beanie with a throwback pompom and canvas printed label. $26 at

Clockwise from left: BZR Pocket Drape Wink Dress; Kiriko Boro Tie; Eddie Bauer EverTherm Down Hooded Jacket; Lisa Bridge Amethyst & Emerald Earrings
Clockwise from left: BZR Pocket Drape Wink Dress; Kiriko Boro Tie; Eddie Bauer EverTherm Down Hooded Jacket; Lisa Bridge Amethyst & Emerald Earrings

Kiriko Boro Tie

Pieced together in Portland from vintage kimono and other Japanese fabrics, this tie is distinct and one of a kind. Meant to be worn a little looser around the neck, it has a rustic look and texture that’s perfect for Seattle’s casual style. $89 at

Paychi Guh Cocoon Cardigan

Spoil her with everyday luxury. Seattle designer Guh’s unique cardigan comes in two hues with contrast seams, extra-long sleeves and a flattering cocoon shape. But the best part is the feel of the deliciously soft air-jetted cashmere fabric. $665 at Juniper (Madrona) and

Anguay Reed Designs Revolution Clutch

Resist! This sparkly vinyl clutch makes a statement with a raised fist embroidered on the front flap. The simple, fold-over envelope design is made in Seattle in a range of colors with a fully lined interior. $69 at Sassafras (downtown) and

Tribute Sweaters

Show your team spirit and wear your love of the game on your sleeve — literally — in a Tribute sweater supporting pro and collegiate teams, including local favorites UW, WSU and the Seahawks. The feminine, cozy alternative to the team jersey is designed in Kirkland and is available with your favorite player’s number on the front and back. $99 at Seduce (Kirkland) and

Frye Terri Mule

The mule loafer is the hottest silhouette is women’s shoes, and this version, cleanly crafted from vintage Italian leather, is supremely versatile, pairing as well with denim as a suit or dress. $198 at Frye (U District) and

Ladies & Gentlemen Studios Half Circle Necklace

Minimalist but dramatic, this made-in-Ballard necklace features a half-circle available in copper or brass, with a contrasting bar and leather cord. $125 at Glasswing (Capitol Hill) and

Salato Designs Convertible Fanny/Festival Pack

This two-in-one bag has an adjustable leather strap that can be worn around your waist as a sophisticated fanny pack or extended into a crossbody or shoulder bag. Handmade to order in Seattle, each bag has brown or black leather, geometric-print fabric and two zipper openings. $72 at Seattle Sugar Spa (Ballard) and

Eddie Bauer EverTherm Down Hooded Jacket

The puffy coat is puffy no longer. Eddie Bauer’s innovative new Thindown fabric replaces traditional down clusters with ultra-thin sheets, eliminating the need for quilting or channels. It reduces bulk, as well as cold spots, since the down is uniform throughout the jacket. Available for men and women in a range of colors. $279 at Eddie Bauer

Clockwise from left: Buki In Flight Blazer; Gina Pankowski Quark Stud Earrings; Ladies & Gentlemen Studios Half Circle Necklace
Clockwise from left: Buki In Flight Blazer; Gina Pankowski Quark Stud Earrings; Ladies & Gentlemen Studios Half Circle Necklace

Ollie Quinn Ashi Sunglasses

He can rock a retro-cool look with these timeless sunglasses with polarized, scratch-resistant lenses. Opt for black frames for a totally ’50s style, or choose a brown hue for a more modern update. Also available with prescription lenses. Starting at $125 at Ollie Quinn (Capitol Hill) and

Buki In Flight Blazer

Seattle clothing line Buki make the classic three-button men’s blazer even easier with stretchy, wrinkle-free technical fabric that wicks moisture and is machine-washable. It’s great for travel, the office and date night. $278 at Buki Pop-Up Shop (downtown) and

Tommy Bahama Socks

The fun prints — including palm trees, flamingos, argyle and martinis — from the locally based, easy-living outfitter will please any man in your life and add a little spice to his work wardrobe. $13.75 each (buy three, get one free) at Tommy Bahama

Bridge & Burn Listen to Nature Tee

If he loves nature and music, he’ll be proud to don this super-soft, Portland-designed graphic tee. An old-school record needle plays the grooves of a tree, reminding him to “listen to nature.” $36 at

Drygoods Design Classes

Encourage a budding fashion designer with a gift certificate to a class at Drygoods Design, which offers everything from the beginner course “This Is a Sewing Machine” to DIY classes like “Make Your Own Jeans” and advanced garment construction. $55–$150 at (Pioneer Square)

 Lisa Bridge Amethyst & Emerald Earrings

Sparkle with the spirit of aloha in these vibrantly hued studs designed by Seattle-based Ben Bridge Jeweler’s new president, Lisa Bridge, based on her visits to Hawaii. A triangle-cut amethyst is surrounded by a halo of emeralds to reflect the colors of the brilliant foliage on the islands and add a bit of sparkle to any outfit. $599 at Ben Bridge Jeweler and