Despite what you might think, the art of gift-giving isn't actually about the details of the gift itself but rather the kind of impression it leaves. Whether or not you really spend a fortune on a gift hardly matters as long as whatever you're wrapping up gives off the vibe that you put a lot of thought and effort into picking it out. But what exactly constitutes such a gift? Well, you're about to find out, as we have 22 luxurious gift ideas in store for you.
You're probably shopping for multiple people on your list at the same time, so chances are your budget for each person is pretty restricted. We get it, which is why we went ahead and sourced the most expensive-looking gifts we could find that are all magically around or under $150. From a pair of beautiful gold hoop earrings to a silky H&M blouse, keep scrolling to shop each of our picks.
& Other Stories Dinosaur Button Knit Cardigan ($99)
All other cardigans will look boring compared to these novel dinosaur buttons.
Studio 33 Woke Shoulder Flap Bag ($98)
The fact that this nails multiple bag trends at the same time and is still under $100 astonishes me.
Le Specs Synthcat Sunglasses ($69)
Tortoiseshell is so classic when it comes to sunglasses, so whoever you gift with these will likely own them for a long time.
Mejuri Croissant Dome Earrings ($65)
I'm a little bit biased because I own these (and wear them every single day), but I'd be thrilled to open them up as a gift.
Dinosaur Designs Medium Mother of Pearl Dish ($70)
There's nothing more luxurious than a chic jewelry dish like this to elevate your vanity and house all your favorite pieces.
Pixie Market Crinkle Mock Neck Top ($88)
The unique texture on this top makes layering in the winter months way more fun.
Mango Slingback Leather Shoes ($120)
These are a work of art.
If you remember Valet's popular shell hair clips from the summer, then you'll adore the holiday-ready glitter versions.
Bluebella Wren Kimono and Trousers PJ Set ($74)
A pajama set that can easily double as daytime wear when styled correctly.
LPA True Lover Earring in Gold & Pearls ($78)
Is it just me or could these easily pass as a rare vintage find?
Urban Outfitters Faux Leather Puffer Jacket ($149)
A puffer coat is hardly a boring gift to give when it comes in a chic faux-leather coating like this.
Adornmonde Harper Gold ($144)
Nail two huge jewelry trends—pearls and chains—in one go.
H&M Blouse with Stand-up Collar ($35)
When I tried on this top at H&M, I did not want to take it off. From the billowy sleeves and silky material to the lovely high collar, it made me feel regal.
Dame The Everyday Trouser-Black ($155)
These look like they fit super well, and as a bonus, they're made from dead-stock fabric in a sustainable L.A.-based factory.
Parade Cool Pack ($30)
People are flipping out over this new line of comfortable (and incredibly cute) underwear. We recommend gifting with a variety pack of the cheerful colors and different fits.
Wildflower Angels iPhone Case ($35)
What could be more angelic than this phone case?
Friday by JW Pei Mini Flap Bag ($35)
Mock croc is always an excellent choice when gifting since it tends to come across as more expensive than it probably is.
Byredo Perfumed Oil Roll-On ($78)
To add in the above bag, obviously.
Laura Lombardi Franca Gold-Plated Necklace ($130)
This beautiful necklace could easily become the one piece of jewelry they wear day in and day out.
Avenue the Label Nora Headband ($65)
I'd argue this is one of the most important accessories for the holiday season.
Zara Metal Mesh Baguette Bag ($60)
This blurs the line between jewelry and handbag in the best way possible.
Slip Embroidered Silk Queen Pillowcase ($85)
You haven't experienced luxury until you've tried a silk pillowcase. Upgrading to the smooth texture has been known to help with improving skin and minimizing frizz.
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