Gift Guide Under $100

Whether you’re shopping for your bestie or yourself, this go-to guide features a bunch of budget-friendly giftables all under $100. See below for my picks (as well as witty commentary on why I love them) 😉

Pizza Sweatshirt: Because who doesn’t love pizza? And, if they don’t, why are you friends? (Lactose intolerant is an acceptable excuse)
Mimosa Scented Candle: Because if you can’t have the real thing, there’s the next best thing. You can light it at any time and don’t have to wait until brunch.Or better yet, have the real thing while enjoying this candle for a double dose.
Furry Eye Mask: Okay, no one really neeeeeeds this but it’s super cute, under $30 and would make a fun stocking stuffer.
Un Deux Trois Print: My walls are still bare because I can’t seem to settle on what the heck I’m doing decorating wise (also still on a search for drapes I love) because I have a fear of buyer’s remorse. However, this cute print would be perfect in any room or hallway or office. And it’s French which you know is trés cool.
Sweater Robe: Who doesn’t love wrapping themselves in something both cute AND super cozy? Plus you could totally get away with wearing it in public, and isn’t that everyone’s dream?
Ankle Boots: Yeah, yeah. I know. I def have a thing/slight addiction for ankle boots. But these are on sale for less than $100. And they’re totally different from my 1,000 other pairs of black boots. I swear.
Herbivore Bath Salts: This brand has THE BEST PACKAGING. If money is tight, this gift is a sweet gift for your bestie and it looks way more luxe than its $20 price tag.
Peace Love Yoga Tank: Where my fellow yogis at? This tank is such a cute thing to wear for your yoga class or to brunch (or both). Plus it’s a way chicer way compared to yoga pants of letting everyone know what a cool yogi you are.
Essie Nail Polish: These make such fun stocking stuffers or an “in addition to” type of gift.
Maxi Dress: This is def a “give to yourself” type of gift. It’s a darling maxi dress for less than $100, um what? Obviously this needs to be in everyone’s closet.
The Book of Hygge: This is an unexpected but much recommended item on this list because Hygge (pronounced hue-gah) is a Danish word that is a feeling/mood that comes taking joy in making ordinary, every day moments more special, which is something we ALL need, especially if you live in America. We could all use a little more hygge in our lives.
Scarf: I love this scarf for its holiday-ish festive vibes. It’s a cute gift for anyone—your mom, sister, bestie…random cousin twice removed…anyone. Oh and it’s reversible. Win-win.


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