We’ve moved!

karinaglitterSo we’ve been a bit MIA & we’re sorry for that – BUT, we’ve moved! Our new lifestyle blog can now be found at kcyouthereblog.com. We hope you’ll continue to follow along. We promise to provide new entertaining tips along with lifestyle features on decor, fashion, beauty & more!


Team KC


2012 Gift Guide: Under $50 for the Event Coordinator & PR Pro

gift guide under $50 for the event planner and pr pro

1. Small round customized stamp, Etsy $18 // 2. The glittery belt to clip the headset to, J.Crew $35 // 3. A monogrammed clip board for the “guest list,” The Preppie Techie $38 // 4. ‘Pop Fizz Clink’ iPhone Case, Kate Spade $26 (on sale!) // 5. Sometimes a good, old shiny handset is necessary , Zumiez POP Phone $30 // 6. Perfect, festive New Year’s cards, Kate Spade $24 // 7. Cold weather, calls for tech savvy gloves, C Wonder $28 // 8. After being on their feet all day, a cute pair of flats isn’t just necessary it’s mandatory, Kate Spade $39 // 9. Because when you’re in the field of event coordination and public relations, the work never really ends, Kate Spade iPad case $50

Although we have this lovely blog, we are completely swamped with events and PR clients. It’s really a dream come true. We can guarantee any event coordinator or PR pro would not only love these gifts, but absolutely appreciate that you want to make their work lives a little prettier.

Happy Shopping,

Team KC

2012 Gift Guide: Under $50 for the Hip Hostess

gift guide under $50 for the hip hostess

1. The perfect cocktail ring – Sorrelli, $50 // 2. The swatchbook that keeps on giving, with cocktails – Urban Outfitters, $15 // 3. Because every hostess makes with love – C. Wonder, $38 // 4. // 5. Chic magnets for a chic hostess – Shop Furbish, $15 // 6. Jonathan Adler can make anything hip, even a bottle stopper – Jonathan Adler, $18 // 7. Foiled polka dot napkins, always necessary – Anthropologie, $24 // 8. Confetti placemats to match those fun napkins, Anthropologie, $28 // 9. Chalkboard napkin rings to personalize, you can even use as a place setting for your guests! – Mark and Graham, $15

As a hostess myself, I found this gift guide to be one of my favorites to create. Although it’s always nice to receive that bottle of champagne, wine or the delicious cheese platter, these treats would be extra special.

Here’s to entertaining,


2012 Gift Guide: Under $50 for the Foodie with Buffalo Eats

gift guide under $50 with buffalo eats

This week’s gift guide is curated by bloggers Buffalo Eats. Founder Donnie Burtless explains, “My wife Alli and I started the website back in 2009 as a way to keep track of what restaurants we were trying, we were previously both boring eaters and decided we wanted to change that. Slowly we started getting a bigger audience and we’ve managed to visit over 350 restaurants in that time. I’ve totally become a big food nerd, watching the Cooking Channel and reading magazines and blogs whenever I’m not working.”

  1. Kitchen Measurement Conversion Print ($15) from HERO Design
  2. The 4 Hour Chef (~$25) by Timothy Ferris
  3. The Craft of the Cocktail (~$20) by Dale DeGroff
  4. Tipping Teacup ($22)
  5. Labeled Kitchen Mortar Pestle ($16) West Elm (KC pick)
  6. Jiro Dreams of Sushi Blu-ray (~$25)
  7. Bistro Kitchen Towels ($24) by Mark and Graham (KC pick)

Also notable, gift #1 comes from Buffalo based graphic designer and food blogger Beth Brickey of HERO Design and Tasty Yummies, who contributes to the Free People blog.

Happy Shopping,

Team KC & Buffalo Eats

Holiday Gift Guide as seen on CW’s Winging It! Buffalo Style


Here is our 2012 gift guide with CW23’s Winging It! Buffalo Style. To view the live segment click here and see our detailed gift guide below.

Woodroze wooden sunglasses: Eco-friendly and made from bamboo, these unisex sunglasses work for just about everyone on your holiday list. All the cool kids are wearing them, just saying.

woodroze gift guide items

Shop Compliment: Handmade with swarvoski crystals and 5% of sales go to children’s scholarship funds, it can’t get better. Each item can also be personalized with a compliment, so whether shopping for yourself or someone else, give a compliment, receive a compliment.


Pams & Kin: Hand mixed and 3 FREE based, these polishes are not only harmless they keep your phalanges pretty. This small town brand is making its way into the big time beauty world, so get your hands on them now!

pams and kin gift guide

Holiday 2012 Collection:

Bob Gregg Art: Curated in Buffalo, Bob Gregg uses inspiration from famous Buffalo landmarks to everyday life. His pieces are well priced and range from larger pieces to smaller, more detailed pieces like magnets or wall plates. For purchasing questions, please email bobgreggart@gmail.com.


BABY room: Being one of the cutest baby shops in Buffalo, the founders of BABY room clearly know that some babies are natural-born designers. Having a variety of unique baby gifts, any baby will be in the right hands. For purchasing questions, please call 716.886.3541.

baby room gift guide items
  • Howdy Cow by Trumpette ($42)
  • Creature, ABC book ($19.99)
  • Buffalo Baby onesie ($21 – not pictured)

room: The one stop shop for all things decor, room carries some of the best designers and will be sure to please the interior lover or hostess with the mostess on your list. Not only do they offer unique items they also provide design services. For purchasing questions, please call 716.939.2692.

room buffalo gift guide items
  • Jonathan Adler squirl bowl ($68)
  •  Buffalo History 2013 calendar ($14.99)
  • Jonathan Adler owl bowl ($75)
  • Fish’s Eddy artist palette tray ($29.95)
  • Alessi wine bottle opener ($63)

Scherer’s Jewelers: One of Buffalo’s most sought after jewelers, Scherer’s also offers distinctive items for the sports lover on your list. Who wouldn’t want to open a beer with a piece of history or store cash in a legendary wallet? For purchasing questions, please call 716.839.4060.

scherer's Jewelers gift guide items
  • Yankees Baseball Wallet ($150)
  • Buffalo Aud Bottle Opener ($75)

Yancey’s Fancy: Handmade in Buffalo, but can be found across the country, Yancey’s Fancy is unlike other cheese companies. Their flavors are one-of-a-kind and they do not use fillers, like the bigger corporations. Heading to a party? Give a basket of Yancey’s wedges and you’ll be sure to please just about everyone. Can’t find in store? Order online here.


Kutter’s: Located in Buffalo and filled with anything & everything you may need to host a party or attend a party with. Between their serving trays, cheese selection and wine, you’ll certainly be sprucing up your gift with their selection. Pair it with Yancey’s Fancy, of course.

  • Ceramic Santa bowl & spreader ($8.99)
  • Metal cheese spreader ($7.95)
  • Cork cage hot air balloon ($25.99)
  • Round board cheese set with drawer ($21.49)
  • Murphy Orchards hot pepper jelly ($3.99)
  • Carr’s Entertainment cracker collection ($5.69)
  • Hunt Country Vineyards, Vignoles

You and Who: For every tee purchased, another is donated to someone in need. Although located in Buffalo, the gift of You and Who keeps on giving to those around the United States. Look good while caring.

you and who gift guide items

Village Beer Merchant: The beer lovers one-stop-shop. The Village Beer Merchant is the most unique and complete gourmet food and specialty beer shop in the City of Buffalo. VBM offers more than 1,200 crafts and imports, also offering an array of imported meats, olives, spreads, crackers & more. Our new favorite beer house. For purchasing questions, please call 716.768.1436.


  • The Kind, Three Heads Brewing (Rochester based)
  • Ringside Beer (Buffalo based)
  • Local 1, Brooklyn Brewery
  • De Maas, Community Beer Works (Buffalo based)

Happy Shopping,

Team KC