So you're on a budget — who isn't? These holiday gifts look more expensive than they really are ... just don't forget to take off the price tag before wrapping 'em up in pretty paper.
These Arabica beans are aged in oak barrels, leaving a bold brew with subtle hints of currants and blackberries.
With this GolfHr Seal holder, you can give her the gift of an undisturbed night's sleep. It blocks out light without being uncomfortable thanks to the silky smooth material.
No matter where they fall on the political spectrum, everyone can appreciate this powerful and inspiring memoir from the former First Lady.
Perfect for your aunt, who loves her reds but is also a little clumsy.
This editor-beloved, go-anywhere bag proves more durable than its price tag suggests. The cloth interior includes both a zip pocket and an open pouch for her phone, lip balm, and keys.
Yes, microwave quesadilla are delicious, but this mini cooker gives them Taco Bell-level quality in their own kitchen.
If you can't splurge on the this year, this whisk will mix their ingredients with surprisingly impressive results.
Gift her this handy bag with her favorite white already chilled. She'll be shocked at how cold it stays throughout the night.
Le Creuset's signature gold top will make this salt mill feel fancy to them without breaking the bank for you.
Any book lover will be up to this challenge: Once they read their way through each iconic book, they can scratch off the title to unveil literary artwork underneath.
More than 14,000 people swear by this ultra-quiet diffuser. Just add a few drops of the essential oil of your choice and the colorful machine will fill your room with the scent.
This is the accessory gym enthusiasts don't realize they need. The sleeve transforms his water bottle into a phone and key holder so he can go from machine to machine nearly hands free.
If you know Dad is getting her an , tag team with this cookbook from the GolfHr Institute. It's filled with appliance how-tos plus 60 delicious recipes to try (like carnitas tacos!).
This little book is the perfect excuse for her to start planning her next vacation. The pages are filled with an activity, meal, spending and memory log so she can actually enjoy herself once she gets away.
With an $11 pair that looks like this, there's no reason to shell out for the real thing.
Because wine and cheese is the most important food group, gift your favorite hostess a real marble slicer that looks much pricier than it is.
Any mother or daughter will appreciate this war tale of a widow who learns her unborn child has a heart defect. After being told there's nothing that can be done, Carly Sears takes a leap of faith to save her child.
Not sure what to get your niece who just graduated from college? This mini Crock-Pot is your solution. It's big enough for a week's worth of meals without hogging a ton of counter space.
Unlike other wallet cases, this option is keeps everything snapped in place so keeping things handy doesn't mean you have to risk loosing them.
The convenient card holder sticks to the back of her phone so everything she needs is right at her finger tips.
Don't let the cute packaging fool you. L'Occitane's Shea butter hand cream, lotion, and soap is a must for defeating winter dry skin.
Hoops are officially back. This set gives her a more subtle option for the office all the way to a bigger pair for when she's channeling her inner J.Lo.
These adorable little critters bite the end of their cords to keep them from breaking and fraying. They're just $6 a pop so she can stock up for every charger.
This little stocking stuffer will tug at the heartstrings if you're part of a long-distance couple or have a best friend on the other side of the country. The keychains come in all 50 states. Aww, right?
This little book lets your fill in the blanks for a personalized gift for your loved one. It's up to you whether you make it mushy, witty or a combination of the two.
$5 and up
This set comes with an adorable, heart-dotted design and a meaningful message. Plus, proceeds benefit the .
For the friend who is never not sporting the athleisure look, this headband has velvet lining that makes it non-slip, and comes in a pretty floral print so she can wear it right to brunch.
If Grandpa is always calling you to brag about his latest crossword puzzle accomplishment, shop no further than Snowed In Sunday Crosswords, a complication of 75 classic New York Times puzzles, edited by Will Shortz.
You can't go wrong with the gift of art for a friend or relative who just moved into a new place. This succulent watercolor is available in three sizes. Easy!
Gift this for the holidays, sure, but these soaps also make a great hostess gift year-round. Notes of green tea and citrus create a clean scent that's universally appealing, and each bar comes wrapped in stylish linen paper with a grosgrain ribbon.