If you are like me, you have not gone “gift” shopping yet and haven’t even started to think about making your list and checking it twice! This time of year can be stressful with attending events, parties, and thinking about the perfect gifts for the love ones in your life. What makes it even harder for me is that I like to give people unique gifts that they would never buy themselves. The good folks at Bloomingdale’s have us covered and because I absolutely adore you guys, I decided to share! Afterall, ‘Tis the season for giving! So come on, let’s splurge together!
Check out some of my favorites from Bloomingdale’s #allwrappedup Holiday Gift Guide below!
This Kate Spade Two of a Kind Top Hat Ice Bucket is the perfect gift for the super trendy and fashionable entertainer friend. I love that it is steel because it will go with any home/bar decor that your friend may have. This lovely nugget goes for $80.
Gifts that support a great cause are also great for giving. This FEED 5 Wine Bag is the perfect gift for the philanthropist in your life who enjoys taking a bottle of wine…or two wherever they go. The purchase of this bag provide 5 school meals and goes for only $22.
Talk about “Luxe Indulgences”, this Fringe Alchemy Candle and Soap Tray set is perfect for that friend or family member who loves to pamper themselves after a long week of hard work (or shopping!). I automatically think of my Mom with this gift because she is always looking to indulge herself with pampering and the spa treatment. This set goes for $50.
For the fashionisto in your life, these Belfiore Bullet Cufflinks have the right amount of edge and class wrapped all in one. I would totally rock these myself to accessorize some of my men’s wear looks. These will hit your pockets for $250.
I hope you all enjoyed my picks for unique gifts for your loved ones at Bloomingdale’s! In addition to these wonderful gifts, keep in mind that Bloomingdale’s will be spearheading a holiday program with the Child Mind Institute ( www.childmind.org) for the fourth consecutive year. This initiative seeks to transform mental health care for children around the world by finding more effective treatments for psychiatric and learning disorders, building the science of brain development and empowering families with helpful information.
As we all know, in order to build awareness and decrease the stigma of mental illness within our communities we must continue to educate ourselves and put useful information out there. This initiative does just that and what better way to start than with our youth.