At our age, Mother’s Day is a little different. Your children are older, and maybe even parents themselves. Think of this gift guide as an easy way to send a few hints to them, or just treat yourself! After all, you’re an excellent mother. You might as well celebrate it with a pretty piece of jewelry or a personalized robe. So without further ado, we present our Mother’s Day Gift Guide.
Let’s start with some little luxuries. For me, that always means jewelry. You don’t have to spend a lot of money to make an impact, like either of these Kenneth Jay Lane bracelets: either an oval link or a more traditional chain. Both make excellent starts to an arm party. I also love these little pearl hoops .
Going the extra mile to personalize a gift makes it feel that much more special. High on my list? This white fluffy robe you can embroider with a drawing from your grandkids, or any important children in your life! For the Sporty Spice in your life, how about this sport-themed canvas bag complete with initials?
On the smaller side, this monogrammed linen cocktail napkins will bring a special touch to any bar space or happy hour. How about a monogrammed, brightly colored jewelry holder for the travelers in your life? And for the serious game playing mommas, this double monogrammed deck of cards or their own mahjong kit makes each game more fun.
If your goal is to really go for it this year, whether you’re treating yourself or another mother in your life, why not keep it practical? Give the gift of great hair with the Dyson Hair Dryer, or go a step further with the full Dyson AirWrap Styler and attachments. Upgrade your morning routine with a De’Longhi Espresso and Coffee Maker so you can have barista-level lattes from the comfort of your own bed.
A Valentino belt might not sound practical, but you can wear this brown-and-gold Rockstud belt with just about everything. And fine, this Bottega Veneta crossbody bag isn’t practical at all, but boy is it beautiful!!
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