NEW YORK—For the third year running, Women In Optometry is sharing its annual gift guide. This collection features optometry, optical and eye-inspired gifts made or curated by women who are in, connected to or inspired by the industry. This week, we’re taking a look at some of these sweet, independent gifts to help inspire your holiday shopping. This is just a sampling of some of the shops featured in this year’s gift guide from Women In Optometry; the full gift guide, which includes art, eyewear, accessories, candles, magazines and more is available online here.

Optician and buyer Preet Kalra founded Artistic Eyepieces, a platform where she shares her love of eyewear, eye-related accessories and art. In addition, Kalra designs canvas wall art, clothes and mugs. Some of the featured jewelry pieces on her website are handmade in India.

In 2018, Keontae Murray opened Bella Lee: A Chic Eyewear & Gift Boutique, named after her grandmothers who wore glasses and inspired her love for them. Murray’s shop curates unique eyewear and optical accessories that you might not find anywhere else.

Graphic designer Kerri McTigue works at The Ohio State College of Optometry, and sells some of her vision-themed watercolor prints, greeting cards and ornaments online through an Etsy shop named IndigoIrisDesigns.

Lisa Ostrin, OD, PhD, teaches human anatomy and ocular anatomy at the University of Houston College of Optometry. She combines her artistic background with her optical background in her line of anatomically correct optometry and science related pins and jewelry—all sold on her Etsy shop. In addition, Ostrin published Anatomy of the Human Eye: A Coloring Atlas, available on Amazon.