Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Gift Guide: Stocking Stuffers

Even though time is running out for ordering presents online and having them delivered before Christmas, I still wanted to share my favorite stocking stuffers with y'all today as many of these items can be found in local stores (at least in my area) or can serve as inspiration for gifts!

In my family, Santa brings our stockings and they're always the first thing we open on Christmas morning. Typically, my stockings are full of candy and other small items, like hair ties or earrings. I think all of these items are so cute for a stocking or even for a gift for a friend- they're all under $50 too!



Anthropologie Gold Monogram Mug- This mug is on my Christmas list and I have given it as it a gift before as well. It's only $10 and is perfect for the coffee lover on your list!

Evelyn Henson Phone Case- I have been obsessed with Evelyn Henson lately- I definitely think I need to order a print or two for my dorm next year. In addition to art prints, she also sells the cutest phone cases, which would make such a fun gift!

Paris Street Style Coloring Book- Adult coloring books have been pretty popular over the past year or so and this Paris themed one from Anthropologie is so chic!

Diptyque Candle- I have heard so many good things about Diptyque candles and they would be a great stocking stuffer, hostess gift, or just a regular gift (I know my mom would love this).

Vineyard Vines Socks- When in doubt for a stocking stuffer. They can be so fun and definitely are practical. I definitely love the anchors on this pair from Vineyard Vines!

Plaid Pom-Pom Scarf- Something about plaid screams Christmas and this scarf has the cutest pom pom detailing as well. Plus, how can you not love the price tag?

Sugarfina Champagne Bears- These Sugarfina Champagne Bears have been so trendy this year and would be such a fun and festive stocking stuffer!

S'well Bottle- S'well bottles come in so many colors, perfect for everyone on your list. For an added touch, add a monogram!

What are your go-to stocking stuffers? Let me know in the comments!

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