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Regardless of your relationship with your mother-in-law, shopping for her can often be paired with a side of added pressure, especially if your in-laws seemingly already have everything. If you've mastered Christmas, don't forget you still have Mother's Day, weddings, birthdays, and other occasions when you might want to show your mother-in-law you care with a thoughtful, personalized gift. If you're stumped, you can click through our best mother-in-law gift ideas that will help serve as inspiration, no matter what type of mother-in-law she is.
A lil something for everyone!
Here's the thing: Your dad or husband may think he doesn't want anything for Father's Day. You can embrace your crafty side and attempt a DIY gift for dad—this beer bouquet is pretty clever, after all—or consider one of these finds for new dads if it's a first-time Father's Day, but if you'd rather surprise him with a quirky, where'd-you-find-that?
Before you resort to buying another tie, consider one of these thoughtful gifts.
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Mother's Day is one of our favorite holidays because we get to celebrate the most special women in our lives, our mamas! Whether we're near or far for the big day, we're always thinking of all our mothers have done for us, and how we can say thank you. One of our favorite ways to express our gratitude is with a great gift; it's so thoughtful and always appreciated.
Make any day special with one of these cool finds.
Think pampering gifts (like a comforting weighted blanket or trendy bath salts), life-simplifying gadgets (hello, Instant Pot!), and incredibly useful gear (do not miss: the temperature-controlled coffee cup). Ahead, we've gathered the best gift ideas for a new mom—including a highly-rated stroller organizer on Amazon, a statement-making desk accessory on Etsy, and a delicate necklace that's the perfect gift from new dads—all of which will make her first Mother's Day even more memorable.
Shopping for the hardest guy to buy for just got easier.
Who knew old fishing nets could make such pretty designs?! Now that summer is almost upon us (side note: can you believe that Memorial Day weekend is next month?!), you might have the urge to start browsing for a cute new suit. There are tons of swim brands that not only offer gorgeous styles, but also make use of recycled fabrics.
Showing Dad how much you appreciate him this Father’s Day doesn’t have to break the bank. All the dads, grandpas, stepdads, and other father figures in your life will appreciate these DIY gifts, even if they don’t look especially polished or professional. From a picture frame that (literally) rocks to a colorful coffee mug he’ll use every morning, these handmade gifts for Dad will certainly bring a smile to his face.
Pick up something refined and thoughtful for the women that you care for.
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The shoe is super sturdy—the D-ring hooks (read: the metal pieces that secure the laces) help lock your ankle in place for max support—and the thick Vibram sole (considered the gold standard for grip and durability) offers a serious amount of traction on slippery, muddy grounds. The Nubuck material is also waterproof, meaning your feet will stay dry whether you're traversing a river or hot-footing through a torrential downpour. Get it now! If it isn't the hiking boot to launch a thousand hiking boots—for real.
You may remember the "cottagecore" fashion trend that emerged from the earlier days of quarantine in 2020. Since we were all staying at home, it's easy to see why the style picked up so much steam: It was an escape to imagine yourself in a quaint cottage or living in the countryside when wearing any of these romantic and breezy designs.
If you're ready to retire your jeans and sweatsuits, we're right there with you. This spring and summer you can find us rocking the most versatile piece of the season: miniskirts. Not only are they comfy and perfect for hot days, but they're easy to mix and match with just about anything.
Nothing beats the feeling of enjoying a sunny spring day in a cute and comfortable dress. For my casual outings, I always go for clothes that are relaxed in fit yet look put-together enough to be styled for dressier occasions. It's also a must that they don't restrict my movements, and I like to pair them with flats I can walk in all day.