Hello again, and welcome to our next 2020 gift guide installment. Today, we’ve got twelve gifts under $100 to share with you all! From a beautiful robe to a butterfly garden starter kit (!!) to a moving book I could hardly put down, there’s something for everyone on this list.
Happy shopping (or happy browsing and saving for later…whatever works for you).
Stay tuned for more holiday gift ideas from us in the weeks ahead. And if you want to learn more about my approach to gifting this season, have a look at this post on the topic.
This bath soak promises to melt any tension right down the drain, and I think that’s something we could all use right now. Scented with bergamot essential oil, this is the perfect companion to all the chilly winter nights ahead.
If you don’t have a fireplace, lighting candles can bring you a similar, cozy feeling (and even if you do, why not up the ante even more?). This candle from the Jeremiah Brent x Grove Co. collaboration makes me swoon. I’ve already ordered four for myself and think this would make such an amazing gift for anyone in your life.
Just because we’re staying close to home this year doesn’t mean we can’t bring a little (or a lot of) festivity to our lives, and the Olive & June winter nail polish collection is an excellent gift to do just that. As an added bonus, through the Olive & June referral program, you can gift a friend $10 off their first purchase of $50 and get a free bottle of polish for yourself.
You can never go wrong with a pair of cute socks that fit the giftee’s personality (especially when the person you’re giving them to lives in a cold weather climate!). I love this pair of tonal, colorful socks via Hansel From Basel.
Give the gift of creativity with this beautiful hand embroidery gift set. It’s ideal for someone who’s looking to pick up a new skill this winter, and it comes complete with everything your giftee needs to whip up an embroidered creation of their own.
Gift someone everything they need to make a delicious matcha beverage from the comfort of their own home. Just add milk to create a latte, for morning and afternoon pick-me-ups alike.
Anyone who receives this robe will surely love to wrap themselves up in it all winter (and year) long. I own this robe myself and find myself wearing it almost every day. It comes in six beautiful shades, so you’ll be able to find a color to fit anyone’s taste.
This butterfly garden starter kit would make a lovely gift for the avid gardener or nature lover in your life. It comes complete with a cottage style butterfly habitat and four different collections of milkweed seed bombs. The owner of this shop is a longtime Wit & Delight reader and we’re so happy to support her endeavor!
Sometimes the best gifts are those that make life easier for your giftee, in ways they might not even realize they need yet. I’m a big fan of this dry texturizing spray, as is our new business director, Erin. It builds volume and texture to any hairstyle, and it smells great to boot.
It’s no secret that I’m a proud plant mom, and I’m happy to say that my ever-growing brood is thriving. Bloomscape is a really incredible company that sells beautiful houseplants you can easily ship directly to your giftee. The Philodendron Heartleaf is a beautiful, no-fuss plant, and you can view all of Bloomscape’s other gift options here!
Gift the makeup lover in your life a beautiful, clean beauty product they may not splurge on themselves. We love the brand Kosas and think this shimmery liquid eyeshadow would be an especially great product to play up the drama on your giftee’s eyes, both when their mask is on and off.
Never underestimate the power of a good book to get lost in. One of the books I read this year was The Water Dancer by Ta-Nehisi Coates. It’s a beautiful, heartbreaking, and inspiring must-read.
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BY Kate Arends - November 19, 2020
Thank you for being here. For being open to enjoying life’s simple pleasures and looking inward to understand yourself, your neighbors, and your fellow humans! I’m looking forward to chatting with you.