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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Gifting for Ma

Let's be honest, some of us are blessed with VERY easy mothers to shop for.

As Mother's Day is a week from Sunday, I saw it fitting to put together a list of perfect Mother's Day gifts. There is something on here for every budget and each of these things comes in different colors. I'm still unsure which to get my ma.


These flats are perfect for summer and I'm not sure about your mom, but my mom loves to have support around her ankle. These provide that, while still being stylish.




Bobby Brown is amazing. Period. Their colors are timeless and the are appropriate for any age. This is a shade that my mom wears and loves. I know they gift wrap and can be found in most Saks stores. For under $30 mom has the perfect lip shade and it lasts
all day!



A friend got me one of these Anthropologie candles for my birthday and I have been obsessed ever since. They are pretty to look at and smell divine. Their scents are all very different and I would definitely have mom check them out while browsing one day to see what she likes. But again for under $30 you have the perfect gift and their gift wrapping is beautiful!


Candle




Summer is the perfect time of year for straw bags. I chose this one for moms because of the large shape and I LOVE those handles. But it's simple and versatile and the perfect summer bag! You can find similar ones at Target for around $20!




Lastly I wanted to talk about something that has some meaning as well. This mixer is the one I have in my kitchen, pink and all. It is amazing. But a lot of moms surprisingly don't have Kitchenaids. These became very popular for wedding registries, some time after our moms got married. If you can afford one, these are amazing. They come in many different colors, but I wanted to show you the breast cancer awareness one. It's beautiful and a portion of the price goes to the Susan G. Komen foundation. You cannot go wrong with this purchase!





So what did you get, are you getting, or any ideas for Mother's Day this year?



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