The Caribbean Journal 2015 Holiday Gift Guide

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - November 28, 2015

Gifts with Caribbean flair

By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon
CJ Travel Editor

‘Tis the season to shop Caribbean so check out this collection of island-appropriate goodies. Inspired by, made in, or simply perfect for the Caribbean, all of them are available online, and make great holiday gifts for your friends and family ­– or yourself.


AV DOES WHAT CLOCK You don’t have to be a Trini to love this nifty timepiece, which not only tells us when it’s time to eat but what to eat, too. $30;


SEA SAGE SCARVES Amy Brown’s large crepe de chine wraps feature patterns fashioned from photos of Turks and Caicos Islands icons such as conch shells, shown here. $270;


CARIBBEING TEA TOWELS Do the dishes in island style with this colorful tea towel, designed in Brooklyn but inspired by the Caribbean. $20;


JAMAICA SANDAL COMPANY SANDALS How cute are these strappy flats, customizable in the leather of your choice? $60;


KONKZ BASEBALL CAP Keep cool while you look hot in this snazzy, rasta-inspired snapback cap from the Turks and Caicos-based brand. $35;


DH HUES BRACELET Sales from the proceeds of this collection of men’s and women’s rustic-chic leather jewelry benefit a Virgin Gorda, BVI primary school. From $55;


JET SET CANDY CHARMS These silver and gold vermeil luggage tag charms feature Caribbean airport codes and double as pendants. From $68;


PASSPORT CARIBBEAN T-SHIRT Reggae-loving guys (and girls) will look great in this T that tells everyone where your musical loyalties lie. $28;


SAMUDRA POUCH This cotton canvas bag is large enough all your travel electronics (including an iPad) and doubles as an evening clutch. $68;


TRÈFLE SWIMSUIT Beyonce’s a fan of this stylin’ Tortola, BVI-designed swimwear line. So are we. From $50.


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