Our Curated List of Mother’s Day Gifts

You didn’t think we’d forget, would you? Mother’s Day is just around the corner—don’t wait until the last minute to get your mom something. It’s easy to pop down to the nearest Bed Bath and Beyond or similar and just get something, but for those with a bit more discerning taste, here are our picks:

BC Footwear Breezy Open-Toe Bootie

BC Footwear has been on our radar for a while now. They’ve got a youthful, hippie-ish California style that’s incredibly easy to wear. Great spring-summer shoes for the young at heart. As a bonus, they’ve got vegan options for those who like to shop cruelty-free.

Estee Lauder Doublewear

The bottle may look plain but don’t let that fool you—this full coverage foundation delivers in every respect. It goes on easy, looks great, and, best of all, it feels good on your skin. It even stays on in humid weather or if you’re sweating, which is a plus for active moms.

Amazon Echo 2nd Gen

There’s a lot of smart speakers out there now but the Echo pretty much beats them all. Alexa is still the best voice assistant for smart home control, and only continues to get better. Both the tech-averse and the tech-savvy will appreciate how easy it is to use. This baby is a bargain, and even comes in 5 different finishes to fit almost any modern home.

Le Creuset Signature Dutch Oven

We’ve got some pretty fond memories because of these. Back in the day our own moms would serve up casseroles, beef stews, or brisket in them—it seemed like when the Le Creuset came out, the best dishes were soon to follow. Plus, look at that beautiful pink color! It’s gorgeous.

Kate Spade Solid Gold Bangle 

Simple and elegant. Less is more with this bracelet from Kate Spade—its lack of embellishment is its strong point, making it easy to pair almost any outfit.

Bonus: CeraVe Hydrating Micellar Water

This one might not be great as a gift on its own but it’s a fantastic add-on to anything you’re already planning to get. Why? Because this stuff is basically liquid gold if your skin is even the teensiest bit sensitive, making it a great first cleanser for makeup. The no-rinse formula just makes it even better.

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