With Mother's Day just a few weeks away, now is the time to start thinking about gifts. Why so soon? Because not only is last-minute shopping the worst, but if you want to go the personalized route with your present, you'll want to allow for a little extra time. So what are some of the most unique, must-have monogrammed Mother's Day gifts around this year?
Whether you're shopping for your own mom, a sister, or a friend (or you're putting a helpful list of "hints" together for your own partner and/or children), there's no lack of customizable options — no matter what kind of mom the intended recipient might be. From clothes to jewelry to accessories to housewares and more, there's absolutely something for every mom on this list.
And while monogramming might seem unnecessary, the truth is it makes everything a little extra special. Plus, it shows that the gift-giver took the extra time and thought to come up with something that's truly one-of-a-kind. Usually, it won't even cost you anything extra in most cases.
Just remember, don't delay! While there is rush service available for some monogrammed items, others do take a little longer to customize. Luckily, if you start shopping now, you'll definitely be ready for the big day.
1For the mom who's always cold
2For the old-school mom
3For the jet-setting mom
4For the mom who likes to bring her bling
5For the always accessorized mom
6For the mom who can't stop dropping her phone (or keeps stealing everyone else's)
7For the mom who's always snapping pics
8For the wine-loving mom
9For the caffeine-addicted mom
10For the non-stop shopping mom
11For the mom who digs cool kicks
12For the mom who wishes she lived at a spa
13For the hostess mom
14For the mom with a heart of gold
15For the sunscreen-obsessed mom
Summer is just around the corner, and that means straw hat season if you're a mom who's looking for a little extra sun protection. This one isn't too stiff (like some hats) and has an oversized brim for plenty of shade.
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