What’s your sign?
We ask because we care, we ask because it matters and most importantly, we ask so we can help you find the perfect gift.
Aquarius philosopher Simone Weil maintained, “Attention is the rarest and purest form of generosity.” Show the ones you love that you are indeed paying attention with an offering that reflects the needs and spirit of their respective sun sign.
Tailored to and for each astrological sign our curated gift guide is helpful for Leos shopping for themselves, Aries making amends through merchandise or Cancers showing they care through commerce.
Check out our extensive gift list below, go forth and spend with the stars on your side.
ARIES (March 21 – April 19)
Agev Co. Protect Yo Crown Crown Ametrine Copper Hat, $125
In terms of the physical body, Aries rules the head and in terms of the astral body, the crown chakra, making this Agev Co hat, designed to protect and decorate the dome, a perfect accessory. Agev Co. is a black owned, woman operated San Diego boutique whose name is an acronym for Amiable, Grounded, Empowered, and Vibrant. All apt descriptors for an actualized Aries.
FLYBIRD Set Of Dumbbells 55 Lbs & Weight Bench FB149, $500
As a fire sign, Aries folks have a lot of energy to burn and fury to extinguish. We recommend putting all that fire to good use through physical exertion with this complete weightlifting set from FLYBIRD.
SNIF Dead Dinosaur Fragrance, $65
SNIF’s Dead Dinosaur fragrance is described as “as ode to the addictive smell of gasoline, garage hangs and simpler times.” I have yet to meet an Aries who didn’t love the smell of fuel fumes, making this inspired scent an ideal gift.
TAURUS (April 20 – May 20)
HIVERID Pasta Maker Machine, $32
This pasta maker is a shout out to my Taurus bestie who once rhapsodized, to the point of tears, the simple joy of eating pasta naked in bed. I can’t think of a more Taurus sentiment than that or a more perfect gift than this.
lululemon Align™ High-Rise Pant 25 Radiate Foil Print Black, $118
How to look rock n’ roll chic while also embracing carbs and avoiding buttons, zippers and all other contraptions of confinement is among the great dilemmas of the Taurus experience. This pair of pants from lululemon manages to bridge the gap with leisurewear fit for the stage.
Birthdate Co. Candle, use code NYPOST5 for 5% off your order, $60
These birthdate specific candles are formulated with the spirit of the signs in mind. The Taurus scent is an appropriately earthy blend of cedar, sandalwood and eucalyptus whoe the label lists the sign, ruling planet, decan, ruling number and the strengths and weaknesses associated with each individual birthdate.
GEMINI (May 21 – June 20)
Never Have I Ever Classic Edition Card Game Set, $25
With their curious minds and quick tongues, Gemini folks love to spill tea and hear the dirt, making this get to know you better card game a must. With prompts meant to draw out embaressing stories and easy laughs, the good times are sure to roll.
Lovers Tarot Card Art Print, $15
In the major arcana of the tarot, Gemini is represented by the Lovers card. Friends, lovers, exes and parents to Geminis can pay homage to this fact with an original art print from MFMesser Art.
AJELU Tangle Free Light Up Jump Rope, $6
Gemini folk have restless minds and busy bodies, help them put one at ease and the other to work with this light up jump rope. Available in two colors, this jump rope is eye catching, calorie burning magic.
CANCER (June 21 – July 22)
NAADAM Kilo Cashmere Blanket, $350
Cancer folk always need a hug and never want to leave the house. Enter this sustaInable and absolutely gorgeous cashmere blanket from NAADAM. Available in moody AF colors like smoke, cement and oatmeal, this piece is sure to keep Cancers warm while being cool enough to double as sherpa jacket esque outerwear.
Moon Bath Moon Dew Botanical Face Mist, $20
Waxing and waning between devastation and elation, Cancers are ruled by la luna and can thus appreciate this lunar dew face mist from Moon Bath. A blend of frankincense, lavender and rose it smells as good as it feel.
“Golden Ax” by Rio Cortez, $18
Ruling the fourth house of home and ancestry, Cancer folk are preoccupied with the past and the shadows it casts on daily life. In this acclaimed poetry collection, Rio Cortez mines meaning and seeking healing in and through everything that came before.
LEO (July 23 – August 22)
Intaglio Glass Leo Ring, $30
In the zodiac wheel, Leo is represented by the regal lion and in terms of power colors, gold is theirs, making this minimalist statement ring from OceansilverArt an absolutely perfect present for any and all members of the lion pride.
Leo folk are aces at inciting and documenting a party. Give them the means to make memories with this Instax Mini camera from Fujifilm. Self-loving Leos will also appreciate the “built-in one-touch selfie mode and selfie mirror.” Bless up.
Leo is ruled by the all powerful sun and Magic Hour’s Queen of Courage Leo tea is a blend of California oranges, vanilla caviar and marigolds, a curated mix that tastes nothing short of liquid sunshine.
VIRGO (August 23 – September 22)
Handmade Stoneware Coffee Mug With Wood Handle, $44
Virgos appreciate things that are well made, made by hand and look like they could have been crafted by an enterprising Bronze Age ancestor. This mug manages to complete that trifecta beautifully.
Virgo Pencil Set, $10
Though they are loathe to make a mistake and thus rarely require an eraser, Virgos will still appreciate the self-deprecating humor printed on each pencil in this astrologically influenced set.
Om Mushroom Superfood Master Blend Mushroom Powder, $16
As a health conscious earth sign, Virgos are not opposed to drinking something that tastes like dirt so long as it promises a health benefit. Om’s Mushroom Superfood Master Blend contains 10 different types of organic mushrooms to support immune health and mental clarity. Good dirt, if you will.
LIBRA (September 23 – October 22)
Vitruvi Stone Aromatherapy Diffuser, $119
Embrace and enhance the ruling element of this cardinal air sign with a minimalist essential oil diffuser from Vitruvi. Venus ruled Libras will love that this sculpture inspired ceramic number looks as good as it smells and doubles as a source of ambient light.
“Time Is A Mother,” by Ocean Vuong, $17
Award winning Libra poet Ocean Vuong’s latest collection “Time Is A Mother” was inspired by loss but stands as a testament to survival. Balancing joy and despair, past and present, these poems sing to the liminal spirit of the Libra ilk.
K+M Milk Chocolate Golden Milk – 3 Pack, $40
This artisan bean to bar chocolate from Michelin Star wielding Libra chef Thomas Keller is a divine blend of turmeric, ginger, cinnamon and black pepper balanced by mellow coconut, vanilla and milk chocolate. Libras will dig the minimalist packaging and high end ingredients.
SCORPIO (October 23 – November 21)
DIAMOND SNAKE Woodcut Print by Tugboat Printshop, $175
Among the animal totems associated with the sign of Scorpio is the snake. Both Scorpios and serpents serve as a reminder that death begets new life and transformation often comes from a step into the dark.
Oatmeal Hoodie, $230
Scorpios are most content in caves and prefer to move through the world with an easy stealth. A hoodie, which provides protection from the elements as well the glaring eyes of others is the perfect garment for this fixed water sign. Preshrunk and hand dyed, no two pieces are the same.
Crystal Geode Candle, $48
Scorpio folk love to live by candlelight and these Crystal Geode Candles, available through Free People offer a warm glow and the added bonus of a genuine crystal in the wax base of each candle.
SAGITTARIUS (November 22 – December 21)
“Courting the Wild Twin” by Martin Shaw, $20
Sagittarius is the sign of the storyteller and the wild wanderer. This brilliant book by Dr. Martin Shaw, speaks to both. For Shaw, the wild twin is “a metaphor for the part of ourselves that we generally shun or ignore to conform to societal norms––to invite them back into our consciousness, for they have something important to tell us.” Wooing and welcoming our true, feral selves? Pure poetry to the archer.
Cactus Disco Ball, $180
A good time, a dance floor and a late night are the natural habitat of archers. They also pair well with desert landscapes and psychedelic drugs, making this Cactus Disco Ball an ideal offering.
Woodland Wellness Cardamom Rose Cacao Ghee, $16
Sagittarius is the seeker of the zodiac and that search includes the edges and expanses of the edible variety. This organic, smells better than heaven’s handkerchief, small batch ghee is the perfect addition to a coffee ritual or experimental baked goods.
CAPRICORN (December 22 – January 19)
Sierra Boxed Chess Set, $999
No sign appreciates craftsmanship and the art of strategy more than the refined but ever ready to grind, Capricorn. Speak to the heart of the sea goat with this staggeringly beautiful chess set from Arhaus. Caps are all about utlitarian function and this piece easily doubles as art.
Wild Rose Shop Capricorn Candle, $32
Ground the ambitious Capricorn in your life with the sweet smell of aloe and agave, reminiscent of the vacation they will never take. This cardinal Earth sign will appreciate that the candle was created by Free People with sustainability in mind as part of their Care FP program to reduce the company’s carbon footprint. Buy well, be well.
Pendleton Glacier National Park Blanket, $239
Rulers of the tenth house of legacies, Capricorns appreciate things that are made to last and improve with time. True to form, the quality and design of this blanket from Pendleton has remained virtually unchanged and uncompromised for over a century. The now iconic Pendleton stripes date back to frontier trading posts where they were used as indicators of value. Bonus: each purchase goes to support the National Park Foundation.
AQUARIUS (January 20 – February 18)
“Reality Is Not What It Seems,” by Carlo Rovelli , $15
The title of this book should be enough to pique the interest of water bearers who love to ponder the infinite and bend the boundaries of the mind. If that’s not enough, “The Times Magazine” bills the author of this journey to quantum gravity as “the man who makes physics sexy.” Geeks, prepare for your nipples to harden and your antenna to buzz.
What’s Your Sign? The Horoscope Game for Astrology Lovers, $
Some say that Aquarians are smarter than everyone else, Aquarians know this to be true. Put the water bearer in your life to the test with this hilarious zodiac-themed card game from the makers of What Do You Meme.
Origami Zodiac Necklaces, $65
A different take on the traditional zodiac necklace, this pendant is as powerful and unique as Aquarians themselves. The water bearer symbol is imagined in origami form by Sue Beatrice and sold by Uncommon Goods.
PISCES (February 19 – March 20)
“Furious Love,” by Sam Kashner, $16
Pisces loves a love story and there is perhaps no greater nor more dramatic Hollywood romance than that of Pisces Elizabeth Taylor and her mad, Welsh, Scorpio lover Richard Burton. “Furious Love” contains many of the couple’s most impassioned and poignant letters to one another, a read any Pisces will revel in.
Barbie™ x Kendra Scott Gold Statement Earrings in Hot Pink, $198
The OG Barbie doll was released on March 9th, making Barbie herself a Pisces sun. Lean into the sign with these statement earrings from the lauded collaboration between Barbie and Austin based Kendra Scott studios.
Pisces Astrology Coloring Book, $8.95
Celebrate the creative side of Pisces with an adult coloring book. Featuring 32 astrology-themed pages, your fish friend can color as they live, wildly and intentionally outside of the lines and beyond the pale.
Astrologer Reda Wigle researches and irreverently reports back on planetary configurations and their effect on each zodiac sign. Her horoscopes integrate history, poetry, pop culture and personal experience. She is also an accomplished writer who has profiled a variety of artists and performers, as well as extensively chronicled her experiences while traveling. Among the many intriguing topics she has tackled are cemetery etiquette, her love for dive bars, Cuban Airbnbs, a “girls guide” to strip clubs and the “weirdest” foods available abroad.