There’s always someone on my list that is impossible to shop for. She either has everything, doesn’t want anything, or just every idea I come up with seems wrong or inappropriate for her interests.
I’ve rounded up a few things to create a holiday gift guide of unique and fun things, but also pretty universally loved. She’s sure to enjoy something from this list!
Holiday Gift Guide 1 of 10
Click through for 9 gift ideas for the girls who are impossible to shop for!
Ripple Cuff 2 of 10
Every girl needs a simple statement cuff. Even if she's not much of a jewelry wearer, this is a great piece that dresses up any outfit, but isn't loud or clunky.
Find it at Forever 21 for $6.80
Twig Colored Pencils 3 of 10
Home T-Shirt 4 of 10
The Home T sent me this shirt shortly after I moved to California. It is by far the softest and most comfortable shirt that I own, and it has a super cool graphic. They come in every state, and your girl is sure to love it, even if she'll just wear it to bed!
Find it at The Home T for $28
Striped Textured Scarf 5 of 10
What girl doesn't need a big scarf to bundle up in for the winter? Plus, this one is gorgeous and fun, but not too loud, so any girl would love it and find it to be so versatile!
Find it at Old Navy for $9.50 (on sale!)
A Heart Made Whole Necklace 6 of 10
Even if your girl isn't much of a jewelry wearer, she'll love this simple and tiny heart necklace. It's one of those necklaces that you'll never take off.
Find it at Lisa Leonard for $36
Floral Print 7 of 10
Art is always a winner in my book, and there are so many gorgeous prints to choose from out there. This simple rose one I found on Etsy is perfect for any home. It comes in several sizes and multiple colors too!
Find it at Livy Love Etsy Shop for $15
Hedgehog Tote 8 of 10
Canvas totes are about the most useful thing in the world — everyone could use one! There are a million different ones out there with various graphics and phrases printed on them, but I thought this hedgehog was particularly cute.
Find it at Square Paisley Design for $17
Volcano Candle 9 of 10
I've burned a lot of candles in my life, and the volcano candle from Anthropologie is by far my favorite. It's not too strong and not too sweet — it's the perfect candle.
Find it at Anthropologie for $12
Chocolate 10 of 10
And if all else fails, go with food. I personally like to make homemade caramels, but Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory caramel apples are a good alternative and would make a delightful gift with a nice card and a pretty bow.
Find it at Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory for $8.95
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