It’s almost that time of year! The day we celebrate our lovely moms for taking on the unsavory task of raising us. We should all get them something really nice this year. That couldn’t have been much fun. This bouquet from LMD Floral is unreal, no? Could be a good option. But if you’re looking for something that will last longer than a week, scroll down.
I actually have this scarf by Play Clan, which I got from one of my favorite online retailers, L-Atitude. It’s been on my dresser for a few months, but I haven’t used it yet. Why, you ask? I think it’s so pretty that I can’t decide if I want to frame it and hang it on the wall or if I want to wear it. I don’t think I could pull off this head scarf look, but if your mom can rock that, tell her to GO. FOR. IT.
I wrote about Eye Poetry a few days ago. I just think Irene Suchocki’s photos are so stunning and this shot from California’s 17 Mile Drive is no exception. I’d be surprised if you couldn’t find a few things mom would love from her online shop.
A subscription to the Dog Lover’s Wine Club is probably best if your mama is a dog lover and/or alcoholic. Mine happens to be the former. I’ll try to make sure she gets a bottle of the Zach Merlot. The label is shown above, left. My mom’s dog, Grant, is shown above, right. For realz.
If you’re tight on cash, sometimes a nice card is all you need.
If you’re not tight on cash or your mom isn’t so good with the technology, this Yummy Mummy day planner from Smythson is a cute option.
I’m a huge fan of Leslie Tessler, and her gorgeous capes, all handmade in Argentina, are a great Mother’s Day gift. Unique, luxurious statement pieces that will never go out of style. Plus, one size fits all, so no need to worry about sizing.
Chocolate is never a bad gift. Especially when it’s vegan, nut free, gluten free, and made from certified organic ingredients, like Raaka. Also, it’s delicious.
Hey, Big Spender. This one’s for you. This reversible tote from Tiffany is chic, classic (with a twist!) and practical. Plus, you’ll probably inherit it one day.
Happy Mother’s Day!