Last Minute Mother’s Day Gift Ideas

Mother’s Day is this weekend, and if you’re anything like me, it may have crept up on you! If you’re still looking for the perfect thing, I’ve gathered a list of some last minute Mother’s Day gift ideas for you. Or if you’re a mom, you can always “accidentally” forward this post to your hubby. Haha!

At any rate, I hope it’s helpful!

summer bathrobe // I think a bathrobe is always a great gift for a woman. (I gave my mom a pajamas and bathrobe set for her birthday this year.) This everyday robe is made from a lovely soft, drapey jersey material. The website indicates that it runs small, so you’ll want to size up. I may need to treat myself to this one. It’s a great price, and it’s getting too warm for the cozy UGG bathrobe I’ve been wearing all winter. If you think she’d prefer a longer style, this one by Natori is the one I got for my mom, and it is gorgeous.

Tory Burch Parker Tote // If you want to gift her with a classic tote she will carry for years, the new Tory Burch Parker tote is gorgeous, and it’s priced extremely well for this brand. My favorite is the Cardamom/Royal Navy combo (the interior is navy). It is so classic, and it’s also remarkably similar to the popular Prada tote I’m always drooling over.

Miller Sandals // Adored by women everywhere, the iconic Tory Burch Miller sandals is a luxury gift that is also extremely practical. I seriously wear these at least 5 days a week during the warmer months, and I keep them in my closet all year round for whenever I might need a pair of sandals. I stash them in my tote when I go to get a pedicure, and I always take them with me when I travel for slipping on to go downstairs for coffee in the mornings, and of course for the pool. The patent ones are pretty much water proof. Mine are over a year old and still look like new.

silk pillowcase // This is a luxury item many women won’t buy for themselves, and it makes a great gift. I definitely have noticed a difference in my hair in the mornings since I’ve been using one. If you have Amazon Prime, there is still time to place your order and get it by Sunday. You can also have it shipped directly if you’re loved one isn’t local to you. I have this one, but you’d have to pay extra for rush shipping to get it here in time for Mother’s Day.

L’Occitane Almond Oil Shower Gel // I received a sample of this shower gel at the rewardStyle conference, and I am IN LOVE. It smells wonderful, but it’s not over-powering, and it makes your skin so soft. It would make a fabulous gift for any occasion.

Adore Your Wardrobe GC (not pictured) // For the woman who is struggling to put it all together, the gift of the Adore Your Wardrobe course would be a practical and valuable gift. The next course starts 5/24, and registration opens this Sunday, 5/14, at 6AM CST.


More Mother’s Day Gift Ideas

Here are all of these ideas plus some other fun ideas at lower price points. You’d have to stop by the mall or pay extra for rush shipping to get these in time for Mother’s Day, but I figured I’d throw them out here anyway.


A few other easy ideas…. you can always buy gift cards to one of her favorite stores or restaurants and stick it in a card.

One of my go-to Mother’s Day gifts is hanging basket or potted garden with a colorful array of summer flowers. You can always pick one up at your local garden center or farmer’s market. I often do that for my mother-in-law, who is local. We usually see her on Mother’s Day weekend.

My mom is out of town, so I often order her flowers or send a spa gift card. I’m a procrastinator, so I usually wait until the last minute when it is too late to order a gift, wrap it, and mail it, so I like to do flowers or a gift certificate that I can send electronically.

While you’re celebrating the special mothers in your life, also be mindful of those who have lost a mother, and those who desperately want to be mothers but can’t for one reason or another. A thoughtful card, note, or phone call can go a long way in those situations.

What are your plans for Mother’s Day this year?

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