I found this first gift item in J.Crew while standing in line to check out. I almost bought several just to have gifts 'in case'. My iPhone gets drained regularly, so what girl wouldn't LOVE to have a back-up battery in her purse/tote? Love the prints and colors, especially this cheetah. At $39.50, it's a great gift!
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One of my favorite online stops is The Stationery Studio. They have everything under the sun that's paper, from personalized cocktail napkins to party invitations. I was recently trolling for gifts, and clicked on their 'Colorful Notepads' section under stationery. For around $30, you can get sets of really lovely, personalized pads. And who can't use more fun paper for mundane things like grocery lists?!
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I have loved these earrings for a while and they are still on my mind. I'm not normally enamored with logo earrings, but these by Tory Burch are classically lovely while giving a little twist on a stud earring. They come in silver, gunmetal, or gold. At $68, they make a present that I would like to receive. (The smaller logo earrings are $58.)
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Lisa mentioned these jackets a few posts back. Uniqlo puffer jackets are on trend, lightweight, and completely affordable at $69.90. They arrive in little carry pouches, so the gift recipient will never know what's inside until they open it. So fun!
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I have been searching around for a golf cuff bracelet for myself, but one that's a little less 'Wonder Woman'. I found this Kendra Scott one at Neiman Marcus. For $150, it's a good price-point and lovely, timeless piece. I can see this on any lady wearing a sleeveless sheath dress or silk top.
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Lisa's top gift desire this year is a (HINT HINT) Vitamix blender. Lisa 'juices' regularly and would love the treat of this blender which apparently purees anything in it to pure liquid - no lumps and bumps. Honestly, it would be a great gift for anyone that blends regularly. The Classic starts at $449, with the professional at $529. Not a gift for your friend down the street, but one that you might want to leave clues for about the house. Just saying.
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