The problem: You want to treat everyone you know to the finer things in life this holiday season (because hey, they deserve it!), but your bank account doesn’t exactly allow for that at the moment. The solution? This list of gifts that are guaranteed to make it look like you totally balled out this year, without hurting your wallet. Here, 72 cheap gifts that look way more expensive than they actually are. Don’t worry, your secret’s safe with us.

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1. Halucci Plush Slippers

The Best Gift for: The Teen Who Loves Insta Fashion

These trendy crisscross strap slippers are so plush, you’d never guess they were a $24 Amazon find. As soon as your sister slips them on, she’ll fall in love with the way the cushy memory foam insole feels. Go ahead, get yourself a pair, too—you know you want to.

$24 at Amazon


2. The Drop Dina Tie-Dye Sweatpants

The Best Gift for: The Cousin Who Tried Tie-Dye During Quarantine

As you probably learned earlier this year (and attempted at DIYing your own pair), tie-dye sweats can cost a pretty penny. But thankfully, this muted pair of pink joggers from Amazon’s The Drop collection comes in under $50 (so you can put away the tie-dye kit). The inclusive size range makes them a great gift for just about any tie-dye lover on your list.

$45 at Amazon

Available in sizes XXS to 3X. 


3. Madewell Pearl Hoop Earrings

The Best Gift for: Your Fashion-Forward Best Friend

According to PureWow fashion director Dena Silver, every woman should own a pair of untraditional pearl earrings by the time she’s 40. Gift your best friend this best-selling pair featuring freshwater pearls so she’s ahead of the game.

Buy It ($32)


4. Legendary Whitetails Men’s Buck Camp Flannel Shirt

The Best Gift for: The Boyfriend Who's Embracing Cabincore

When it comes to a winter wardrobe, there’s no such thing as too many flannels. So, you might as well help your partner beef up his collection. Legendary Whitetails’ cozy version is so popular, it’s earned over 9,000 five-star reviews and some shades are currently backordered. Reviewers say it’s warm, soft and comfortable but our favorite detail is the corduroy lining on the collar and cuffs.

$30 at Amazon

Available in sizes S to 5XL.


5. Bombas Men’s All-Purpose Performance Calf Socks

The Best Gift for: The Nephew That’s Into Athleisure

Socks are usually considered a pretty lame gift, but hand these to your teenage nephew and he’ll be stoked, we promise. Ever since Bombas debuted on Shark Tank a few years ago, their socks have been selling like crazy. Considering this calf-length pair is breathable, sweat-wicking and has special stay-up technology, we have a feeling his threadbare Nike socks will be going in the trash shortly after he unboxes these.

Buy It ($48)


6. Everlane The Organic Cotton Waffle Henley

The Best Gift for: The Work Wife That Always Has a WFH Outfit

This 100 percent organic cotton henley plays well with both loungewear and real clothes (AKA jeans), so she can wear it every day of the week if she wants to. Don’t be surprised if you see your work wife wearing it on almost every Zoom meeting after you send it to her—it’s that comfy.

Buy It ($38)

Available in sizes XXS to XL.


7. iChunhua Baby Fleece Jacket

The Best Gift for: The Toddler That Gives The Warmest Hugs

Just imagine how cute your cousin’s toddler will look all zipped up in this. Between the soft, fuzzy material and cute bear ears, she’ll want to keep it on at all times. And luckily, it’s machine washable so her parents can give it a quick wash during her afternoon nap.

$18 at Amazon

Available in sizes 2T to 6T. 


8. Slip Silk Face Covering

The Best Gift for: The Person Who Hates Wearing Face Masks

With a chic 100 percent mulberry silk outer layer, this definitely isn’t your typical face mask. It features adjustable ear straps and an adjustable nose wire so the wearer can customize the fit. And don’t worry about it being too thin—the 100 percent cotton lining adds an additional layer of protection.

Buy It ($39)

The North Face

9. The North Face Logo Boxed Cuffed Beanie

The Best Gift for: The Adventurous Dad

There's no need to break the bank when buying a high quality beanie for your dad. He'll be impressed when he finds this North Face beanie under the tree to keep him warm for the season. Whether he's wearing it to hike, jog or trudge to and from his car in the snow, it’ll keep his head and ears nice and toasty.

Buy It ($29)


10. Harley Reading Glasses

The Best Gift for: The MIL That Keeps Losing Her Glasses

Bundle these with one of Reese Witherspoon’s latest book club picks and you have the ideal gift for your MIL. It comes in seven different sizes (starting at 1.50x) and a variety of styles that'll fit her aesthetic. She’s always misplacing her readers, so this statement pair will surely come in handy.

Buy It ($48)


11. Adidas Trio Soccer Training Pants

The Best Gift for: The Star Athlete

With over 3k reviews, it’s no surprise these training pants are a hit. Surprise your bro with a pair to wear during practice that's comfortable, stylish and breathable. There's even a jacket to match for a complete casual look.

Buy It ($45)

JW Pei

12. JW Pei Eva Shoulder Bag

The Best Gift for: The Trendy Mom

Bring back some nostalgia with this ‘90s gem. Your mom appreciates the classics so gift a shoulder bag that packs a statement (and can carry all the essentials, of course). It comes in different colors but you simply can't go wrong with an all-black vegan leather accessory.

Buy It ($79; $35)



13. Allure Beauty Box

The Best Gift for: The Little Sister That's Starting Her Makeup Channel

At $23 a month, you can treat your little sis to two months of this subscription box without breaking your $50 budget. Each shipment contains a combo of full size and mini beauty products that are hand selected by Allure’s editors. And considering each box is worth over $100, you’ll essentially be gifting her $200 worth of makeup and skincare for just $46. (Just don’t forget to cancel the subscription to avoid racking up a major bill.)

$23/month at Amazon


14. Bed Head Wave Artist Deep Waver Generation II

The Best Gift for: The Best Friend Who Loves a Good At-Home Blowout

Your best friend has been talking about getting a hair waver forever, she just can’t justify spending almost $60 on that BondiBoost one that’s all over Instagram. Instead, surprise her with this more reasonably priced Bed Head version. Over 9,000 five-star reviewers say it creates body, volume and loose beachy waves that rival the blowout she’s always requesting at Drybar.

$19 at Amazon


15. Drunk Elephant Time to Wake Up Vitamin C + Hydration Serum Duo

The Best Gift for: The Cousin Who Watches Skincare By Hyram Videos

Drunk Elephant isn’t exactly the cheapest skincare brand on the market, which is probably why your budget-conscious cousin tends to steer clear of it. Stick this brightening and hydrating mini serum duo in her stocking and you’ll definitely make her holiday a little brighter.

Buy It ($23)


16. Vikings Blade Luxury Shaving Brush

The Best Gift for: The Partner That Deserves a Spa Day Too

Sure, using his hands to apply shaving cream works fine. But you know your partner likes to feel a little pampered, so why not get him a shaving brush. Now, he’ll be able to really lather up and enjoy the shaving process.

$33 at Amazon

Bed Bath & Beyond

17. Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer

The Best Gift for: The Mom Who Stays Updated on TikTok Finds

Considering it delivers a salon-worthy blowout at home, we’re not surprised this blow dryer brush has racked up over 500 five-star reviews on Bed Bath & Beyond. Right now, it’s 30 percent off—but your mom never has to know you got it for a steal.

Buy It ($60; $46)


18. Foreo Luna Play Plus

The Best Gift for: The Skincare Guru Who's Ready to Upgrade Their Routine

Foreo’s popular Luna 3 and Luna 3 Mini facial cleansing devices cost upwards of $150, which is enough to make us want to stick with the most basic tools (we’re talking about our hands). Or at least it was, until we discovered the Foreo Luna Play. It utilizes the same technology to clean your skin and clear your pores as the larger devices, but this compact version costs just $49. The only downside? It’s not rechargeable. Once you get the estimated 400 uses out of it, you’ll have to replace the AAA battery.

Buy It ($49)


19. Clinique Post Shave Soother

The Best Gift for: The Teen Who Needs a Shaving 101

Have a teen who’s still new to the whole shaving thing? Then he probably gets some nasty razor burn from time to time. Stick this soothing after-shave treatment in his stocking so he has it on hand the next time those angry red bumps appear.

Buy It ($24)


20. Briogeo Merry Multi-Masking Kit

The Best Gift for: The Haircare-Obsessed Friend

Ever since PureWow beauty director Jenny Jin added Briogeo’s Don’t Despair, Repair! Honey Moisture Deep Conditioning Mask to her shower routine, her hair has never felt softer. This gift set includes a full-size bottle of that genius formula, plus samples of the classic Don’t Despair, Repair Deep Conditioning Mask and the Be Gentle, Be Kind Avocado + Kiwi Mega Moisture Superfood Mask, making it the ideal gift for any haircare maven in your life.

Buy It ($36)


21. AmeiTech Makeup Organizer

The Best Gift for: The Aunt Who Watched Get Organized with The Home Edit

As any fan of The Container Store knows, getting organized can get expensive, fast. Thankfully, that’s not the case when it comes to this rotating makeup organizer. The sturdy acrylic design costs just $27 and has enough room to house your entire makeup collection. It even has adjustable shelves and a convenient top tray to store smaller items.

$32 at Amazon


22. Kitsch Leopard Satin Pillowcase

The Best Gift for: The Niece That Has a Hard Case of Bed Head

A 100 percent silk pillowcase will set you back at least $50, but this satin lookalike costs less than half of that. Reviewers say this leopard-printed pillowcase is so smooth and soft, it works just as well as the luxe option. In other words, you’ll wake up without a frizzy hair or face crease in sight.

Buy It ($19)

Olive and June

23. Olive and June’s The Mani System

The Best Gift for: The Wannabe At-Home Manicurist

Forget a nail salon certificate. Gift your friend (who always has the best mani) all the tools they need to create any look. Olive and June’s The Mani System has cuticle serum, polish remover, clean up brush, nail buffer, clippers, flier, top coat, one nail polish and their signature poppy. They can have the salon experience right at home without breaking the bank.

Buy It ($50)


24. Viktor&Rolf Flowerbomb Travel Duo

The Best Gift for: The Grandma Who Always Smells Like Fresh Flowers

Grandma never leaves the house without a spritz of her favorite perfume. Now, add to her collection with a travel duo she can take anywhere. The warm and sweet fragrant (aka the jasmine, orange blossom and patchouli notes) make for a floral mixture she’ll enjoy and over 1k reviews can attest to it. The set comes with a mini version of the flowerbomb and a travel spray (funnel included) she can slip in her bag.

Buy It ($35)



25. ThePrintableConcept Zodiac Art Print

The Best Gift for: The SIL That's Constantly On The Pattern App

If your sister-in-law is super into astrology, get her one these zodiac sign art prints. An eight- by 10-inch version costs $24. Put it in this $13 frame so she can hang it as soon as she gets home. The whole gift amounts to $37, if you wanted to do the math.

Buy It (From $24)


26. Anthropologie Lustered Shot Glasses (Set of 4)

The Best Gift for: The One Who Throws The Coolest Parties

One thing the hostess with the mostess in your life probably doesn’t already own? Pretty shot glasses. So, she’ll be dying to break out this iridescent set as soon as she’s allowed to throw a proper party (one without social distancing rules).

Buy It ($32)


27. Philodendron Heartleaf

The Best Gift for: The Lazy Plant Parent

Whether you’re shopping for a seasoned plant parent or a notorious plant killer, the philodendron is a great choice. This green is notorious for being low maintenance and forgiving, so you don’t have to dote on them (or water them all that much). As long as it’s placed in a bright enough spot, this plant will quickly start growing vines, creating a pretty cascading effect. And thanks to Bloomscape, you can have it shipped straight to your recipient's door.

Buy It ($35)


28. Anthropologie USB Candle Lighter

The Best Gift for: The Cousin Who Loves the Bath & BodyWorks Semi-Annual Sale

Your cool cousin has probably seen this type of candle lighter on TikTok. Instead of relying on lighter fluid, they use a special flameless technology that just requires battery power. Once they’re out of charge, just stick the cord into your computer’s USB port. So easy.

Buy It ($30)


29. S’Well Calcutta Gold Wine Chiller

The Best Gift for: The Casual Wine Connoisseur

This stainless-steel bucket is a dream bar cart accessory because it’s basically a S’Well bottle for your wine. The triple walled insulation works to keep everything from sauvignon blanc to cabernet chilled for up to 24 hours. They’ll never have to sip lukewarm vino again.

Buy It ($25)


30. Anthropologie Gradient Vase

The Best Gift for: The Neighbor with a Pinterest-Inspired Home

Heading to a holiday party? Bring this vase filled with festive flowers as a token of your appreciation and you’ll definitely win over the host. Because of the shape, it’s best for tall stems, so be sure to pick your bouquet accordingly.

Buy It ($24)

31. Gray Malin: Beaches Coffee Table Book

The Best Gift for: The Uncle Who Wishes They Were On a Beach Right Now

Photographer Gray Malin is known for his stunning beachscape photos, and this book is chock full of ‘em. Let your travel-loving uncle peruse through beaches from around the world (and have it make a mental note to add to his travel bucket list). From Santa Monica to Barcelona, the images are a nice touch to the apartment.

$25 at Amazon


32. Voluspa Baltic Amber Glass Candle

The Best Gift for: The Roommate Who Just Moved In

Housed in a fancy embossed glass jar, this Voluspa candle looks like it’d set you back quite a bit. But the standard size (which is 18 ounces) is priced fairly at $30 and offers 100 hours of burn time. The Baltic amber scent is warm and calming with notes of sandalwood, vanilla orchid and amber resin.

Buy It ($30)


33. Cafe du Chateau Cold Brew Coffee Maker

The Best Gift for: The Friend Who Spends Way Too Much On Starbucks

We all have that one friend who’s never spotted without an iced coffee in hand—even when it’s freezing outside. We can’t say we understand it, but we’ll support the habit by giving her this cold brew (and ice tea) maker. All she has to do is drop a few scoop of coffee into the filter, pour water into it reaches the top and press the lid down. Once it’s been left for a few minutes (or even overnight), she can pour herself a nice glass of her fave iced coffee. Oh, and the carafe can hold 34 ounces of coffee to last her all week (or the rest of the day).

Buy It ($30)


34. Supkitdin Personal Mini Blender

The Best Gift for: The Mom Trying Out A Juice Cleanse

This compact blender is like a Nutribullet—without the Nutribullet price tag. Just load your ingredients into the included tumbler and attach the blade top. Within a minute you’ll have a single serve drink at the ready. Swap the blending top for the to-go lid and you’re all set. Almost 100 five-star reviewers say it’s great quality for the price.

$20 at Amazon

Bed Bath & Beyond

35. Libbey Glass 9-Piece Mixologist Set

The Best Gift for: The Bestie Who’s Amazing At Making Drinks

You can count on your best friend to make the best cocktails so surprise her with the tools to help her live out her inner mixologist. The 9-piece set includes a mixing glass, shot glass, bar spoon, wooden muddler, strainer and a shakers. She can have fun making new and classic drinks for the whole squad to enjoy.

Buy It ($30)


36. Martha Stewart Collection Carved Sherpa Throw

The Best Gift for: The Grandpa That Always Falls Asleep On the Couch

Raise your hand if grandpa is always falling asleep on the couch while watching TV. Now, you can feed into his daily naps with a comfy blanket to keep him warm. The sherpa throw is soft and cozy so he can snuggle up on the couch. Plus, the pattern is a great addition to the living room.

Buy It ($60; $30)



37. Bala Bangles ½ Pound Wrist and Ankle Weights

The Best Gift for: The BFF Who’s Tired Of Her Peloton

Exercise equipment doesn’t come cheap (especially if it’s cute) and Bala Bangles are no exception. Most pairs of these wrist and ankle weights retail for over $50, but the ½ pound set is just $40. Come on, you know your BFF has been dying to get her hands on a pair.

Buy It ($40)


38. Homebody Full Spectrum of Possibilities Pearlescent CBD Bath Soak

The Best Gift for: The New Parent In Need Of Some 'Me Time'

Infused with 50 milligrams of full spectrum CBD, this bath soak is basically a cross between a bath bomb and bath salts. The new parent needs some TLC after putting the newborn to bed. All they have to do is drop about ¼ of the packet into the bath and watch the water turn into a pearlescent rainbow of colors. Once they climb in, the CBD will melt away all their tension and stress. (Well, most of it.)

Buy It ($42)


39. Oak and Reed Marbleized Yoga Block

The Best Gift for: The Vinyasa-Loving Uncle

While most people are still practicing yoga at home, we’re guessing your uncle could use a yoga block for support in some of his poses. With a couple of these, he’ll be one step closer to creating a makeshift yoga studio in his living room. And the marbleized pattern is so soothing, he might even start bringing it to class once his favorite place opens again.

Buy It ($15)


40. Smile Makers The Surfer Vibrator

The Best Gift for: The Partner Who's Ready to Spice Things Up

Shopping for a special someone? Consider getting her this best-selling three speed vibrator from Smile Makers. Like all of the brand’s products, it was designed with the help of gynecologists and sexologists with women in mind.

Buy It ($34)

Neiman Marcus

41. Mobot Firecracker 2-in-1 Foam Roller Water Bottle

The Best Gift for: The One Who's Trying to Squeeze In a Workout Anywhere

Ever since we saw Lucy Hale carrying one of these 18-ounce water bottles to the gym, we’ve desperately wanted one of our own. The bottle’s exterior can be used as a foam roller thanks to the special grooves designed to release tension and treat soreness. Use it to roll out your neck, legs or upper back while you’re on the go.

Buy It ($40)

Urban Outfitters

42. Urban Outfitters Facial Cooling Globe Duo

The Best Gift for: The Big Sis That's Obsessed with Her Gua Sha Tool

Big sis loves a good facial massage tool to start her skincare routine on a high note. She can run the cooling globes along her temples, jawline and neck to release any stress she might be feeling (ya know, when you're raiding her closet and not telling her you're borrowing yet another one of her jackets). It’s ideal for at-home facials that can be done without leaving the couch. The tool can be stored in the fridge when they’re not in use for an even more calming effect.

BUY IT ($20)


43. Florensi Meditation Cushion

The Best Gift for: The FIL That's Been Putting Off Meditation

Your father-in-law is always talking about how he wants to start meditating, but he can never stick with it for more than a few days. Give him a little motivation by putting this meditation cushion under the tree. It’ll give him a comfy place to sit, and seeing it in the corner of his room each morning will make him way more likely to open up the Headspace app.

$37 at Amazon


44. Nodpod Weighted Eye Mask

The Best Gift for: The Friend Who's The Biggest Weighted Blanket Fan

Have a friend who won’t shut up about how much she loves her weighted blanket? Get her this plush weighted eye mask to go with it. It applies nine ounces of soothing pressure to fight migraines and relieve anxiety.

$32 at Amazon


45. SPIbelt Running Belt

The Best Gift for: The Running Newbie

Quarantine brought out new hobbies including high-impact exercises like running. The newbie would enjoy an expandable pouch that looks pretty slim and minimal when they're doing their daily miles. It can actually stretch to hold a phone, keys and even a travel bottle of hand sanitizer with ease. They’ll be able to zip the essentials in and hit the road without worrying about it slowing them down.

$23 at Amazon

Free People

46. Bodha Smokeless Organic Incense

The Best Gift for: The Aunt Who's Looking for Positive Vibes Only

Aunt Viv prefers some calmness and all-around good energy in her life. She can choose between the Calm, Ground and Refresh scents of this smokeless incense. All three variations are crafted in Japan using essential oils and fine organic wood for a gentle fragrance that won’t overwhelm even the smallest spaces for about 30 minutes each.

Buy It ($32)


47. Shower Eucalyptus Bunch

The Best Gift for: The One Friend Who’s Into High-End Spas

Book a spa appointment (especially the popular high-end ones) can cost a pretty penny. Thankfully, your friend can turn their bathroom into a relaxing safe haven. Enter these baby blue eucalyptus that can drape right on the shower head. While it looks aesthetically-pleasing, the plant's aromas provides benefits (aka relieves stress, fights allergies and relaxes your mind).

Buy It ($15)

Urban Outfitters

48. WTHN Ear Seed Acupressure Kit

The Best Gift for: The Cousin Who's Always Sending Goop Articles

In 2019, ear seeds were the wellness treatment to try and it continues to be an acupressure tool to bring your cousin balance. The traditional Chinese medicine can be applied right at home with this kit. The set holds 20 gold ear seeds, 20 Swarovski crystal ear seeds and a gold tweezer to secure it in place. She can wear it for up to 5 days and let it go to work in relaxing the body and reducing any stress.

Buy It ($45)



49. JBL Go 2 Portable Bluetooth Speaker

The Best Gift for: The Nephew Who Enjoys Shower Karaoke

JBL’s speakers are known for great sound quality and long battery life. Smaller than your phone, this one is easy to throw in a bag and take on the go. It offers five hours of play time when fully charged, and it’s even waterproof, so your nephew can use it for a shower jam sesh.

Buy It ($40; $30)


50. Tile Slim Bluetooth Tracker

The Best Gift for: The Dad Who Can't Find His Wallet (Again)

Whether he wants to attach it to his phone or slip into his wallet, your dad can use this little gadget to help him find the everyday items he’s always misplacing. All he has to do is download the coordinating Tile app to see where it is on the map. If it’s within the 200 feet Bluetooth range, he can also make the Tile start ringing ‘til he locates his wallet in between the couch cushions.

$24 at Amazon


51. Elago Leather Airpods Case

The Best Gift for: The Niece That Loses Her Airpods All. The. Time

How many times has your niece complained about losing her Airpods in the abyss that is her tote bag? This cute little genuine leather case should help. She can clip it to her bag so she never has to go rifling for her headphones again.

Buy It ($20)


52. Wyze Cam 1080p Indoor Wireless Smart Home Camera

The Best Gift for: The Curious Dog Owner

The dog owner in your life wishes they could see what exactly their dog is doing when they’re not home. This smart camera can connect to their phone for a live stream of the living room (and watch little Max jumping all over the couch). It’s racked up over 50,000 five-star reviews which makes it an instant winner in our book.

$26 at Amazon


53. Roku Express HD Streaming Media Player

The Best Gift for: The Parents with No Cable Channels (But All the Streaming Services)

Mom and Dad have been talking about getting rid of cable for years, but they never actually follow through. Set them up with this Roku streaming device that’s simple enough for first-time users. It’ll allow them to watch Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, YouTube TV and more. So yeah, they won’t miss their cable plan...or the bill.

$22 at Amazon


54. JLab Go Air Wireless Bluetooth Headphones

The Best Gift for: The Teen Jamming Out to Their Spotify Playlist

$30 for wireless headphones seems too good to be true (especially when they go for $100, $200 normally). But these babies hold five hours of play time and their charger holds 15 extra hours, ensuring they never unexpectedly die. They’re small, easy to pair with your phone and stay in place while you exercise. According to reviewers, the sound quality is pretty good, but the touch controls can be overly sensitive at times.

$30 at Amazon


55. Manords Universal Phone Holder for Car

The Best Gift for: The Driver Who Relies On Their Phone for Directions

Convince your partner to stick this phone mount to their dashboard, and they'll never make you hold their phone and read them the Google Maps direction again. It’s a win-win. The stable mount adjusts to fit any smartphone—iPhone or Android—and can be swiveled around, extended and tilted to fit their preferences.

$11 at Amazon


56. Evecase Laptop Sleeve

The Best Gift for: The Hybrid Teacher

This diamond style laptop sleeve is just the thing the teacher in your life needs to teach her 5th grade class in-person and on Zoom. The padded interior provides protection (fitting most 11 inch laptops) and slides easily into any bag. Once they start toting it to work, the hybrid teacher will wonder how they ever lived without it.

$14 on Amazon


57. Sonix Brown Tort Portable Charger

The Best Gift for: The Boss Who Always Has Low Battery Life

If your boss is going to be whipping out a portable charger all the time, it may as well be a pretty one. This tortoiseshell design is classic and holds 24 hours of additional battery life. It’s super slim and lightweight, too.

Buy It ($40)


58. Anker Wireless Charger PowerWave Stand

The Best Gift for: The Teen That Has Their Phone Attached to Their Hip

Wireless chargers are great...until you realize you have to leave your phone sitting flat on them while you wait for your battery to get juiced up. This charger stand solves that problem by propping your phone up so you can actually see the screen or answer messages while it charges. P.S., it can double as a phone stand while you FaceTime.

$19 at Amazon


59. Letscom Smart Watch Fitness Tracker

The Best Gift for: The Mom Who Just Joined a Walking Club

Mom is on a fitness kick and a smart watch can keep her on track (while being a big motivator to stick to her goals). While some smart watches can be pretty expensive, this chic accessory carries all the features for half the price. She can track her calories, heart rate, steps and sleeping patterns. Aside from fitness, the moment she syncs the device to her phone, she can get cool features like controlling her music, call notifications, timer function and breathing exercises. With over 7k 5-star reviews, she'll enjoy a nice addition to her workout.

$36 at Amazon

Best Buy

60. Nest Mini (2nd Generation) Smart Speaker

The Best Gift for: The Kiddo Who Asks All the Questions

Whether kiddo continues to ask "Why is the sky blue?," "Where are the dinosaurs?" or a simply likes adding "Why?" at the end of every sentence, a smart assistant may be able to answer (some) of their pressing questions. The whole family can benefit from a speaker that can provide you any answers, play music or set reminders in any part of the house just by saying "Hey Google." It can also read little Peter a bedtime story or sing him to sleep.

Buy It ($25)

Food and Drinks


61. Monkey Shoulder Blended Scotch

The Best Gift for: The Neighbor with the Top-Notched Bar Cart

This blend of single malt whiskies tastes equally good neat, on the rocks or mixed into a cocktail, so it’s a pretty safe hostess gift. And just think how great it’ll look perched atop your neighbors’ bar cart.

Buy It (From $35)

Harry and David

62. Harry & David Signature Holiday Truffles

The Best Gift for: The Grandma with a Sweet Tooth

Who doesn’t like getting a fancy box of truffles for the holidays? Uh, no one we know. This 24-piece box contains dark chocolate cherry, white chocolate coffee, milk chocolate almond, dark chocolate raspberry, plain dark chocolate and plain milk chocolate varieties—all with a rich, creamy center.

Buy It ($40)

Milk Bar

63. Milk Bar Dozen Assorted Cookie Tin

The Best Gift for: The NYC Food Blogger

Whether you’re sending these to a former NYC resident who misses Milk Bar, or a cookie fiend who’s always game to try something new, this 12-piece assortment of the bakery’s best-selling cookies is sure to please. “These were originally given to me as a gift. [I] liked them so much, I ordered them for someone special and they loved them, too,” writes one happy customer.

Buy It ($36)


64. Modern Comfort Food: A Barefoot Contessa Cookbook

The Best Gift for: The Ina Garten Stan

If you’re shopping for a foodie, you can’t go wrong getting them Ina Garten’s latest cookbook. Released in early October, it features 85 recipes for comfort food just in time for hibernation season.

$21 at Amazon

Stonewall Kitchen

65. Stonewall Kitchen One Batch Breakfast

The Best Gift for: The Foodie That Can Eat Breakfast Any Time

As the name suggests, this kit includes enough pancake mix for one batch, plus a jar of wild Maine blueberry jam, a small bottle of maple syrup, a bag of morning coffee and a whisk. Basically, this’ll be the most fought over gift at the White Elephant party.

Buy It ($20)


66. Laduree Paris L’incontournable Box of 12 Macarons

The Best Gift for: The Niece That Binged Emily in Paris

Your niece couldn't stop raving about the Netflix comedy-drama and is ready to book a first class ticket to Paris stat. Give her a piece of the City of Love with this elegant gift (and not just to post them on Instagram stories). When she finally bites into one, she’ll be so happy; reviewers say these rival the macarons they’ve eaten in Paris.

Buy It ($46)

Wolferman's Bakery

67. Wolferman’s Bakery Christmas Cheer Tote

The Best Gift for: Santa

Wolferman’s Bakery makes gifting even easier, by delivering everything in a festive Christmas tote bag. Forget milk and cookie, surprise Santa with holiday-themed treats. Inside, they’ll find two packages of English muffins, raspberry-filled cutout shortbread cookies, yogurt-covered snowflake pretzels, a cinnamon roll and a jar of triple berry preserves. We know who's staying on the nice list.

Buy It ($35)


68. Mistobox Coffee Subscription

The Best Gift for: The Up-and-Coming Coffee Sommelier

We’re pretty sure every coffee lover’s dream is to have extra beans mysteriously appear on their doorstep just as they’re running low. Make that dream a reality by signing them up for this coffee subscription. Each month, they’ll receive a new and different bag of coffee from one of the U.S.’s top roasting companies.

Buy It (From $11)

Hickory Farms

69. Hickory Farms Happy Holidays Signature Flavors Gift Basket

The Best Gift for: The BFF Who Bookmarks Charcuterie Boards on IG

Have a charcuterie board lover on your hands? This holiday basket from Hickory Farms offers an assortment savory and sweet selections. They'll find meats, cheeses and candy to build their most epic board yet.

Buy It ($43)


70. The Cocktail Box Co. Moscow Mule Cocktail Kit

The Best Gift for: The One Who Always Orders a Moscow Mule

This pocket-sized tin is packed with everything they need to mix up three killer Moscow mules (minus the vodka and a glass). It even comes with a linen coaster to set the cocktail on when they're done.

$24 at Amazon


71. Lodge Pre-Season Cast Iron Skillet

The Best Gift for: The Uncle Who Makes Delicious Homemade Cornbread

Whether he's frying, grilling or baking, the cast iron skillet can turn his delicious recipes into restaurant-style masterpieces. The 10 inch skillet has over 56,000+ 5-star reviews for how it cooks every meal with ease. This Amazon reviewer might've summed it perfectly, "I love this pan. If you take care of it, it will take care of you."

$15 at Amazon

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72. Wine Awesomeness Gift Box

The Best Gift for: The One Who Pops Champagne for Every Celebration

Get a jumpstart on the New Year's festivities and hand the upcoming hostess the sparkling wine they need for the party. The Holiday Sparkers gift box has three sparkling wines to test out. They'll find a Bacio Della Luna Prosecco, Reginato Sparkling Rosé and Basca Cava. Raise a glass to the best gift of the night.

Buy It ($49)

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