Holiday Gift Guide 2017

Gift Guide 2017


Can you believe the holidays are here? Have you started your shopping yet? Today I am sharing my Ultimate Holiday Gift for everyone on your list.


I know everyone gets tired of seeing gift guide after gift guide, so I decided to do 1 big one, that way you’ll have it all in one place. I’ve got a ton of gift ideas for everyone on your list, and I’ve also highlighted a few favorites. Bonus – the majority of these gifts are under $100.


Gift Guide for Women


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This necklace is the perfect mix of classic and fun. You can’t go wrong with pearls! This would be a fantastic gift for any lovely lady on your list. And at $78, it won’t break the bank.


I love anything monogrammed. I’m Southern, what can I say? But giving monogrammed gifts shows that you put just a little more time and effort into a gift. Even if it is just a single initial, it isn’t something you could just give to anyone. You bought it with that person in mind. I really love this blanket scarf (which can be monogrammed!). I also really love this hand painted zip pouch. But make sure to order monogrammed items early, since the monogramming takes longer.


Last year I gave my mom and my aunt Kate Spade bags. Neither of them had ever had a Kate Spade bag, and it was so worth the splurge watching them open them (and then carry them around in their jammies the rest of the day). This bag would be perfect for someone special on your list.



Gift Guide for Men

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Even if your guy is just the tiniest bit handy, men really love to get tools. And Lowe’s has all these great sets around this time of year which make gift giving way easier. Last year I got Charlie a ratchet set and he loves it. And the set are at all different price points so really can get something for any guy. This one is a household tool set, and it has a little bit of everything.


Several years ago, I got Charlie a nice watch for Christmas. He still to this day says that it was one of the best gifts he has ever gotten. A nice watch like this one goes a long way for a guy.


I know that clothes aren’t the most exciting thing for men to get (at least not for my husband or my dad), but unfortunately it is a necessity. I like to get Charlie comfy pieces he can relax in on the weekends, like this half zip pullover.


Gift Guide for the Home

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I recently found the Happy Everything line of serving pieces like this platter and I love them! There are several patterns, and then you get the attachments for different holidays and events.


I am all for cozy gifts, like soft blankets and fuzzy slippers. This blanket would be perfect for curling up by the fire and watching movies.


If you’ve got a coffee lover on your list, this gorgeous french press is a great gift (and it is only $50!). How great would this look sitting on the counter or near a coffee station.



Gift Guide Under $50

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Calendars are always a great gift this time of year. This one is such a fun one featuring places to travel with amazing illustrations.


The holidays are always a stressful time, and we all know self care is important. Calming bath salts are a great gift for those who need to relax a little.


I always thought Yetis were kind of ridiculous. I flipped out when Charlie bought the bigger one for his coffee. I changed my tune when he bought me one for mine. They are actually really great! Charlie, my dad and my uncle all have the Yeti lowball (as well as the colster) and they love it. Whether you do this one or splurge for a bigger one, they are worth the money and make a great gift.



If you want more gift ideas, make sure to sign up for my newsletter The Monthly Edit. It goes out next week, and I’ll be sharing my top 3 favorite gifts to give. Just sign up for emails at the bottom of the post. I’ll also be sharing more gift ideas on Facebook and Twitter.


Want more holiday content? Check out my Festive Fashion post & Budget Best Christmas decor post.


  1. says

    I love the monogrammed cheese board, and someone needs to make a mug that will keep my coffee hot and still be pretty, hahah. But I bet the Yeti is great for your commute! (I of course commute with my GLASS double walled tumbler, which is not leak proof, because cuteness ranks highest.)
    Chic on the Cheap

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