14 Creative and Thoughtful Gifts to Give the Women in Your Life
The holiday season is quickly approaching, which means it's time to map out what to purchase for everyone on your gift list. It's no surprise that some people are harder to shop for than others, and your godmother may fall in the "difficult" section year after year. Your godmother has likely been close to you since you were born—her relationship with your parents is what earned her the "godparent" honor in the first place—so it's essential to carefully consider what to give her for Christmas.
From a cozy bathrobe and luxurious face masks to a gold bracelet and a thoughtful picture frame, we've rounded up 14 foolproof gifts your godmother will undoubtedly love.
SHOP NOW: Anthropologie, anthropologie.com, $32.00
For a gift that is equal parts sentimental and thoughtful, give your godmother a framed photo of the two of you to celebrate the holiday. This beautiful Alma frame by Anthropologie will perfectly complement your sweet picture.
Our Most-Loved Beauty Gift: Merry and Bright
SHOP NOW: Summer Fridays, sephora.com, $64.00
Treat your godmother to a little self-care with this gift set, which includes three best-selling masks (the overtime mask, jet lag mask, and the R+R mask) from beauty staple brand Summer Fridays.
Purple Garnet Insulated Stainless Steel Water Bottle
SHOP NOW: S'well, nordstrom.com, $35.00
This S'well water bottle will keep cold drinks chilled for up to 24 hours and keep hot drinks warm for up to 12 hours. This beautiful purple shade will help your godmother stand out in a sea of black and white bottles.
Roses Scented Candle
SHOP NOW: Diptyque, bloomingdales.com, $36.00
A beautiful, high-end scented candle like this one from Diptyque will no doubt make your godmother smile this holiday.
Eliza Monogram Cheese Board
SHOP NOW: Anthropologie, anthropologie.com, $38.00
If your godmother is an avid entertainer, treat her to a personalized cheese board that she'll happily have on display at her next event.
Christmas Cracker Travel Size Set
SHOP NOW: Jo Malone London, nordstrom.com, $48.00
This three-piece fragrance set from Jo Malone London includes a travel-sized cologne, body & hand wash, and crème all in a festive Christmas cracker packaging.
Cable-Knit Scarf & Beanie Set
SHOP NOW: Barbour, bloomingdales.com, $80.00
Keep your godmother warm all winter long with this cozy cable-knit scarf and hat set by Barbour. She'll think of you every time she reaches for the set!
T&C Editor's Pick: Gisele Crop Pajamas
SHOP NOW: Eberjey, nordstrom.com, $118.00
Eberjey's cozy pajamas have become a cult favorite for a reason—they're insanely comfortable to sleep in but also nice enough to wear as you lounge around the house.
Fashion in Film by Christopher Laverty
SHOP NOW: shopbop.com, $5,404.00
For the godmother who is a film fanatic or a fashion-obsessed style icon, Fashion in Film is a great addition to her coffee table book lineup.
Silk Collection Gift Set
SHOP NOW: slip, bloomingdales.com, $119.00
Because we all know a restful night of sleep is the ultimate gift. This silk collection gift set by slip includes a white silk pillowcase and a pink eye mask—everything you need for a luxurious night in.
SHOP NOW: UncommonGoods, uncommongoods.com, $25.00
These genius wine pearls are a perfectly innovative gift for the wine-loving godmother. Sold in a set of four, just keep these stainless steel orbs in the freezer and bring them out as you enjoy a room temperature glass of vino. In just a few minutes, you’ll have a refreshingly cold drink.
SHOP NOW: Kendra Scott, revolve.com. $65.00
This simple gold and pearl bracelet will be a welcome addition to your godmother's go-to jewelry pieces.
Shawl Collar Herringbone Robe
SHOP NOW: Ralph Lauren, bloomingdales.com, $79.00
This robe is equal parts chic and comfortable, which means it's the perfect gift to snag for your godmother.
The Boss Leather Notebook
SHOP NOW: Smythson, saksfifthavenue.com, $45.00
This beautiful leather notebook from Smythson will remind your godmother that she really is the boss.
*This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com
*Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors