Okay, time is ticking and some of you still haven't gotten all your Christmas gifts yet. There are so many tricky people to buy for... but I put together a last minute gift guide for the ladies on your list and all are under $50.
Most people don't invest too much in pajamas, which is odd because you sleep in them every single night. I just got this J.Crew sleepshirt a few weeks ago and I love it. I imagine I will soon have the cost per wear down to a few pennies because it is so darn comfy. If you buy through tonight, you'll get 30% and you'll still have time to get it shipped before Christmas. FYI: If you buy this particular item, I would order one size down.
Want to buy someone something you know they'll use? A calendar will be used everyday for a full year! Plus, this one is handmade and only $20. You could get it as a stocking stuffer without breaking the bank.
If you're going to get someone socks for Christmas, make sure they're interesting and more special than your standard pair of socks. I got these Smartwool socks for myself recently, and I wish they came in a dozen different colors. Smartwool socks are the best: thin, but so warm! Other suggestions: Happy Socks, Hansel From Basel, and Wigwam.
This is the best very-last-minute gift. If you realize you forgot someone on your list, head to the bookstore and pick out a magazine or periodical suited to their interests. I think it's best if you buy the current edition on shelves and then let them know you've paid for the year. That way, they have a little something to open on Christmas day, and they'll be excited every time a new issue arrives.
I am a bit biased because I love stationary, but this set from Rifle Paper Co. is just so nice. You get to pick a face that looks similar to your gift recipient, a font, and a color scheme. If you have a newly married couple on your gift list, you can add two faces. Plus, you might even be on the receiving end of a handwritten note!
The best Christmas gift, ever. We get them in our stocking every year and it's the highlight of my year.