A cashmere sweater that’s not just any cashmere sweater — how gorgeous is the stitch design? And these cashmere pants look sooooo nice, too. (Bonus: Get $10 toward your purchase of $95+ with code JO10)
Chocolates that are almost too beautiful to eat, from $25, or chocolate babka pie for delicious holiday mornings, $59.
One of this year’s yummiest cookbooks, like Simple Pasta, Korean American, and Smitten Kitchen Keepers, which Deb Perelman said was “the cookbook I was always meant to write.”
Gingham double oven mitt, $40. We have a double mitt — so much easier for cookie trays and lasagna pans!
A gorgeous personalized necklace to show that you see and love her — with her birth flower or name or birthstone. From $54. (I’m also into this layered set.)
A cool class to take together — maybe a Friday night pottery wheel class or virtual cooking class with cookbook author Julia Turshen. From $40.
Your favorite beauty product of 2022, like this miracle blush and or iconic lip balm (at the top of my wishlist!). $38.
A bright bouquet of flowers, wrapped in burlap. From $59.
Colorblock notebook and pen for bedtime journaling, planning family vacations, and playing M.A.S.H. with the grandkids. $16.
Tickets for both of you to see a buzzy movie or play. Think: Kimberly Akimbo, which the Wall Street Journal called “the best musical of the year so far, by far.”
A bumper sticker to make her laugh, $5.
A donation in her name to the Lilith Fund, Brigid Alliance, or WRRAP — all organizations fighting for reproductive rights and helping women access safe, legal abortion care and emergency contraception.
A card saying how much you love her because that’s all she really wants anyway.
P.S. The 2019 gift guide for moms, the 2020 gift guide for moms, and the 2021 gift guide for moms.
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