Thursday, 5 March 2015
Mothers Day Gift Guide!
One*. This isn't something I ever imagined myself putting jeans into a gift guide, but my reason behind it is, the fact that parents don't usually get much money to treat themselves (especially when your kids are younger) so why not treat your mum to a new pair of designer jeans? It might seem like a boring present but they'll last longer than most other presents and it shows you've thought about her. Depending on your mums style it would depend on the type of jeans but I think my mum would personally love these and they're perfect for spring/summer!
Two. I think I added this to the gift guide because if my mum had it I would definitely be borrowing some of these yummy fragrances, from Jo Malone. It's a cute little box filled with the most loved fragrances from Jo Malone! I love the idea of the different choices you get with this box rather than one perfume that you get someone. Especially as a present I think it's great with the variety boxes of perfumes, it gives the person receiving a choice of different perfumes and even if they don't enjoy one of them there's 4 more to choose from.
Three. Who doesn't love an adorable cute teddy? I am pretty sure it's like a standard thing to give your mum on mothers day with a box of chocolates right. There's so many teddy bears out there but I went for this one because it looks extra fluffy (that's possible riiiiight?)
Four. Speaking of chocolate, another standard thing to buy for mothers day, there's so many choices in Thorntons for lots of different price ranges, their is personalized chocolate, to boxes and even to giant hampers! The best bit is... you can get them pre gift wrapped. I suck at wrapping.
Five: Now I'd love to receive a Yankee Candle for a present but everyone likes different scents so I guess it depends on what your mum likes, it's great if you know what she likes or she buys candles herself, but if she doesn't I think this gift set is perfect to experiment with lots of different ones and then in the future she can go on to buy bigger versions, it's also purse friendly!
Six. Now this is pretty adorable right? It's taking over your normal jewllery box and giving you somewhere great and nice to store your rings, these also come in different animals so you can get your mum whichever you think she would like the most. I like that this gift looks elegant and pretty and yet doesn't cost the earth, it's only costs £8.75!