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The 36 best gift ideas for women, to treat her like the queen she is

Wow her with these unique picks, ranging from cool travel must-haves to popular home buys.

The woman you're shopping for (whether she's your mom, daughter, wife or bestie) will feel the love when she unwraps one of these presents.
The woman you're shopping for (whether she's your mom, daughter, wife or bestie) will feel the love when she unwraps one of these presents.

Valentine’s Day is around the corner, and chances are the women in your life have gotten used to cards, flowers and chocolates. Why not wow her instead with the perfect gift for Feb. 14? We’ve got tons of suggestions for a thoughtful gift that conveys your love, from neat gadgets to skincare gift sets. Valentine’s Day gifts don’t have to be tacky or covered in red hearts. That’s why we’ve included some bestsellers in the mix — some popular shower steamers and the Lululemon belt bag, to name a couple. But you’ll want to hurry before the holiday is here. Oh, and while we’re at it, don’t forget those dinner reservations!

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Go with a crescent bag or the Stanley Quencher if she likes to keep up with trends (if she's on TikTok, she'll know). Or, if you want to splash out on something special, the Kendra Scott crystal choker necklace is a winner. No matter your budget, you're sure to find the perfect present for her.

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There's more to this pretty puddler than meets the eye. Fill the heart-shaped well with a sand and water mixture, then watch as butterflies flock right to it. 

$45 at Uncommon Goods

Pop this lavender-scented wrap in the microwave for 30 seconds and it'll soothe tired, aching joints and muscles. Wrap it around your neck or place it on any trouble areas for relief.

$13 at Amazon

Roll out tension or soreness with this portable massager. It's small enough to fit under the arches of your feet, inside the crook of your neck and around other common trouble areas. For guided relief, follow routines and expert how-tos on the Therabody app.

$79 at Amazon

The glowing reviews about these faux-leather kicks speak for themselves. "I bought them for Europe and didn't even need to break them in. We walked 10,000-plus steps a day and my feet never hurt," wrote one happy customer, who called them "the most comfortable shoes I own."

$70 at Amazon

She finds any excuse to break out her Dutch oven, so just wait until she sees this cute-as-a-button cocotte. At just 8 ounces, it's the perfect size for soups, souffles, baked eggs and other everyday favorites. A suggestion: If she has a bigger version, pick up a mini in the same color!

$32 at Wayfair

Proper candle care results in a cleaner, more even burn. This set covers all the bases: She'll be able to trim her wicks, prevent wick smoldering and snuff the flame. 

$13 at Amazon

For the martini enthusiast in your life, these beaded glasses will add something extra to her glassware collection. These sets come in light pink, cornflower blue or crystal clear to fit her style.

$40 at West Elm

Up your gift-giving skills with a budget-friendly option. These personalized tea towels showcase a handwritten version of her favorite recipes. They come in plain, patterns like navy or red stripes, and can make her feel connected to her family or culture.

$17 at Etsy

For the woman who loves a routine, this sunrise alarm clock will start her day off right. It gently wakes her up with light that mimics her natural circadian rhythm, and the sound machine covers a ton of background noises to help her sleep better. It comes in three colors and is designed to fit on a bedside table.

$200 at Amazon

These bestselling chunky teardrop earrings, which come in gold, silver, rose gold and an array of bold shades, are the perfect everyday statement. "Lightweight enough for everyday wear and don't irritate my super-sensitive ears," one satisfied reviewer wrote, adding that they are a "great dupe" for designer styles.

$13 at Amazon

If she's somehow managed to escape the Stanley craze, then now's the right time to give in. At one point, the Quencher, which is beloved for its ability to keep drinks hot or cold, reached an all-time-high waiting list of 150,000 — but luckily, now you can get your hands on the 40-ounce tumbler in a variety of colors.

$45 at Amazon

A little sparkle goes a long way — and this choker is proof. Dainty crystal accents line the gold or silver chain for added flair.

$98 at Kendra Scott

Give the gift of teatime with a personalized tea subscription box from Sips by. Choose from monthly or every three months delivery — or just purchase a gift card and let your recipient do the rest. Each box comes with four tea varietals based on personalized results — choose from loose or bagged, caffeinated or not, brew style and a ton of different flavor profiles. Your giftee will think of you with every sip.

$16/month at Sips by

This nifty little contraption sits right on top of a wineglass, sifting out sulfites and aerating your vino while you're at it. Shoppers say it "absolutely works" to prevent hangovers and wine headaches. But the best part might be that it's dishwasher safe.

$70 at Amazon

Talk about a one-pan cookware wonder. This kitchen workhorse will be the answer to all her cooking needs, whether she wants to steam veggies, braise meats or throw together a quick stir-fry. It even comes with a steamer basket and has built-in spouts on two sides for easy pouring at a great price point. "Nothing sticks; clean-up is a breeze," one Walmart shopper raved, noting that it comes in "pretty" colors like cornflower blue and sage green.

$59 at Walmart

One of our editors walked over 30K steps in these sneakers and raved that "they were so comfortable, I honestly forgot I was wearing shoes at all." Although the cushioned foam insole and breathable fabric lining are made with runners in mind, teachers, nurses and other reviewers who are on their feet for hours on end swear by 'em. "I'll never wear anything else. I'm on my feet on concrete floors for about 14 hours a day, and these have made a world of difference with my knee and back pain caused by that," one wrote.

$150 at Zappos

A cross between a comb and a flat iron, this straightening brush has five temperature settings to effectively straighten different hair textures. "I have thick, curly to frizzy hair that can look a bit 'witchy' when it's humid or if I brush out the curls. All I do is run this heated brush through my air-dried hair and I have straight, smooth hair in about a third of the time it takes to blow-dry," a five-star fan wrote.

$50 at Amazon

This Shark Tank favorite (available in 14 bold and understated colors) offers the warmth and comfort of a blanket with the versatility of a plush bathrobe. "I want to live in it. I took it on a trip to Colorado during the winter and was able to sit on the balcony in just this and still be warm in temperatures well below freezing," one very happy — and warm — customer gushed.

$32 at Amazon

You've seen the classic belt bag everywhere (hence the name), but what about this winterized version? It comes in three neutral hues — brown, pink and white — so whatever you pick is sure to match her day-to-day look.

$58 at Lululemon

Thanks to you, her jewelry will travel in style. Small but mighty, this monogrammed jewelry case has seven ring slots, three necklace hooks, eight earring holes and a removable divider to keep her other treasures organized.

$12 at Amazon

This set is just as comfy as her favorite sweatsuit, but it looks chic enough to be worn at the grocery store, school drop-off or wherever the day takes her. Described by one reviewer as "luxurious comfort," this slouchy set is available in 26 colors, ranging from muted neutrals to vibrant hues.

$50 at Amazon

Choosing one picture to frame is no easy feat, so why not let her pick which ones go on display? Once she logs into the Nixplay app, she can send photos or videos straight from her phone — Facebook, Instagram or her camera roll — to the 10-inch digital frame.

$155 at Amazon

There's a time and a place for sport mode, but when she wants to dress up her Apple Watch, she can switch out her silicone watchband for this resin tortoiseshell one, which can easily be adjusted to fit securely on her wrist. If tortoiseshell isn't her thing, the bands come in 45 patterns.

$16 at Amazon

Like a Dyson, but with a realistic price tag. No frizzy, damaged hair with this beauty gift: The brushless motor and negative ion technology dry hair quickly without causing it to lose its natural shine.

$200 at Laifen

Fresh flowers only last so long, but this luxe subscription (starting at $137) will guarantee that she'll have a new bouquet of pretty blooms each month. Just line up the delivery dates with special occasions — her birthday, an anniversary or a day when she could use a mood boost — then let the Bouqs send an arrangement of lovely stems.

$137 at The Bouqs

Acupuncture — the act of targeting pressure points with thin needles — has been used for centuries to relieve tension and pain and as a form of self-care. Now she can feel similar sweet relief and wellness at home by lying on this bestselling mat and pillow, which have nearly 8,000 acupressure points in total.

$30 at Amazon