Retail Best Sellers: Hottest Holiday Hits at Shoptiques

In What's New, Industry News by Lauren Parker, Accessories Magazine


What are Shoptiques’ best sellers this holiday season?

An e-commerce platform for over 5,000 boutiques around the world, Shoptiques has instant access to a global snapshot of what consumers want. Accessories are always strong items for holiday gift giving, often falling below that ever-important $50 threshold. Below, Julie Schlesinger, Shoptiques’ Senior Merchandise Manager & Creative Lead, guides us through which accessories are in highest demand for the holidays.


“In jewelry lately and especially for holiday, it’s all about the earring, specifically ear climbers and fringe statement earrings, here seen at Dannijo and Mod & Jo.”

Shoptiques best sellers

Dannijo Arabella earrings, $458, sold from boutique LA BOUTIQUE NOIRE, TORONTO

Shoptiques best sellers

Mod & Jo fringe earrings, $38, sold from THE DRESSING ROOM boutique, WALLINGFORD

“After earrings, necklaces are selling best. Within that category, personalization is huge for us! Customizable name necklaces and initial necklaces were a huge success, and inspirational quotes on bracelets and necklaces have also been great sellers.”

Shoptiques best sellers

Initial letter pendant, $42, sold from 6th Borough Boutique

Shoptiques best sellers

Bjoux nameplate necklace, $45, sold from BOUTIQUE TIS TIK, CAMBRIDGE


“Cold weather accessories have also been great gifts, and we’re seeing success in beanie hats with large statement pom poms, as well as plaid scarves.”

Shoptiques best sellers

Sam. fur beanie hat, $150, sold from BOUTIQUE B FREE, HUDSON VALLEY

Shoptiques best sellers

People Outfitter plaid scarf, $46, sold from BOUTIQUE PEOPLE OUTFITTER, NEW YORK CITY

Drilling down deeper into specifics, Shoptiques saw success in these items: pom pom cable knit socks (UGG brand), Pop Socket phone accessories, C.C Brand Beanie Hats and whimsical socks such as animal prints.

Shoptiques best sellers

Pop Socket phone attachment

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