When people chat about shopping for their moms or mothers-in-law, it seems like they always say they’re the easiest on their list or the hardest (because what do you get the woman who “has it all already?!” some have said.)
Here are a slew of gift ideas to help you cross these special women off of your list.
Gift Ideas for Moms and Mothers-in-Law
UGG Slippers ($85ish), because her feet will never be warmer or more comfortable than when they’re in UGGs. They’ll last for years, so she’ll always think of you when wearing them. Anyone who owns a pair of UGGs will tell you they create the happiest feet.
Long Cardigan ($49), because no woman can have too many “throw on and go” cardigans. Bonus points that this one is long and cozy. Finally, the price and reviews on this one are outstanding. Available in four colors, but go down a size.
Sunbeam Reversible Sherpa/Mink Heated Throw Blanket ($59.99), because usually this isn’t something we will splurge on ourselves but love when others gift it.
KitchenAid Ice Cream Maker Attachment ($63.99), so that she can make ice cream with your kids when they come over to visit (a win win for everyone!)
Magnolia Market apparel (varies), because she loves Chip and Jo as much as everybody else but a trip to Waco isn’t on the radar to snag some apparel herself. These shirts fit true to size and are so soft. More than a dozen options of all styles are on the site!
Wallflowers Fragrance Plugs & Refills ($4.50+), because this is something she might not splurge on herself, but she’ll be so grateful that you helped get her started on, making her home continually smell wonderful. Six(ish) plugins for every 2,000 sq. ft. is perfect, or one for every room in the home. These plugs are the most affordable, while these decorative ones are pricier (but so cute). Here are all of the fragrances available (warm vanilla sugar is what my mom and MIL have).
Loopy Case ($35), because these are becoming mega popular mega fast. The loop is attached to the case and is designed for prevent the user from dropping his or her phone while carrying it around or using it. I have one and love it.
4 Set Packing Cubes with Laundry Bag ($22.99), so that she can feel a bit more organized when she travels to visit you.
iRobot Roomba 650 Robot Vacuum ($299), because she didn’t know she wanted one until you gave it to her. My siblings and I purchased this for our mom a couple months ago for her birthday, and now she can’t live without it. (I’m dying to get one myself after seeing it in action. Wow.)
Baby Foot Exfoliating Foot Peel, Lavender Scented ($25), because the reviews are outrageous, and word on the street is that each treatment makes your feet feel better than a pricey treatment at the nail salon.
A Professionally Framed Picture from Frameology (varies), because a gift like this can be displayed and treasured for years to come. Upload your photo, pick your size, frame, and style, and it’ll be shipped right to you or her.
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