Another gift guide, this time with 12 ideas under $25! A few of these are personal favorites and this price point is probably one many of you are aiming for if you have to shop for a long list of people…it’s enough to get something nice but also won’t break the bank.
My friend Riley sells her art on a lot of Society6 items and I picked up this mug a few weeks ago–it’s so good (and I don’t camp, ever, haha)…it would be a unique, fun twist on a practical gift. J got me this book a couple of years ago and not only is it informative, it’s also a gender neutral-looking coffee table book (always a win!).
IN THIS POST:
ONE: GIR mini spatula ($8) // TWO: Disney x Kiehl’s lip balm set ($23) // THREE: Fall camping travel mug ($19; on sale) // FOUR: L.L. Bean striped sweater ($25; on sale) // FIVE: Portable wine glass ($20) // SIX: J.Crew Factory earrings ($11.50; on sale) // SEVEN: Waiting on Martha fox letter opener ($21; High Street Market has great ones, too) // EIGHT: Pottery Barn plate set ($20) // NINE: Tuckernuck marble and copper bottle opener ($23) // TEN: SCOUT insulated wine tote ($15) // ELEVEN: The Kaufmann Mercantile Guide ($13) // TWELVE: West Elm throw ($15; on sale)
If you know someone who’s a mom to kids and is shuttling them to sporting events, this seems like a great gift! If not, it would also work well for beach and pool days. Similarly, I can personally attest to these insulated wine totes being insanely cute and practical–I use one every time I’m taking wine somewhere since it keeps it temp-controlled and prevents it from banging around in my bag.
These West Elm throws and this striped sweater are half off and ship free, and since reading this article a few months ago, finally just picked up this mini spatula (I probably should have put it on my upcoming stocking stuffer guide and probably still will!) Kiehl’s lip balm is always a safe gift for the tough to shop for and these Christmas plates are hard to resist (they were marked down to $14-16 so keep an eye on PB sales). A pair of year-round festive earrings is never a bad idea, especially at under $12, and I think a letter opener ends up on my guide year after year–it’s something people would keep for years to come and would probably use daily!