Welcome to a holiday gift guide for her – for the women in your life; your mother, your wife, your daughter, your niece, your aunt, a friend, teachers, etc. Any links used are affiliate links and if you click through and purchase from them I might earn a small commission. So thank you. The city cats eat a LOT of Temptations. A lot.
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Leather Gloves – a new pair of gloves is always a welcome gift. Especially a good pair that will last a long time. Make sure they have a nice lining; fur or cashmere so that they will keep the recipient’s hands nice and warm
Cashmere Sweater – if you ask me, there is nothing warmer or lovelier than a pretty cashmere sweater as layering piece as the weather gets cold. You can find them in an array of colors from muted to bright to suit your wardrobe tastes.
Kindle – for the reader in your life. You can load it up with some pre-chosen books or add on a gift card so the recipient can choose their own.
Fountain Pen – not the most often seen item but writing with a fountain pen is a real joy. I have been doing so since my father gave me a Cross Pen for my High School graduation.
Scarf – who doesn’t love a soft, warm, scarf to wear in the cold winter air? Especially one that is perhaps brightly colored? Made from the softest materials? Spoil someone on your list
Fleece – I LIVE in fleece as I am always cold. I think it is a brilliant invention. If you ask me, the more fleece, the better.
Fun New Slippers – Does your wife, girlfriend, or daughter need new slippers? Take a peak in their closet and find out. Perhaps not the most exciting gift, but certainly welcome on cold winter days
Pretty Socks – perfect stocking stuffers!
Calendar – I get a new one from the husband every year and I look forward to seeing what he picks out for me. It’s good to have something “paper” hanging around in case the electronics go all to heck.
I hope you enjoyed the suggestions I have put forward for this holiday gift guide for her. Obviously some of the gifts are a little silly but isn’t Christmas about silly things sometimes? When I was little we always got something we needed, something we wanted and a surprise. The surprise was often very silly.
But it was also oftentimes the gift we ended up loving the most.
I hope you all have a very wonderful holiday season. Be sure to check out the Stocking Stuffer Gift Guide for some ideas that might help with those small gifts that can sometimes be challenging.