Unique Family Holiday Stocking Stuffers For Ladies of All Ages

Written by Alaine

I am a pretty good gift giver and always have my eye out for items that really speak volumes to the person I’m giving the gift for all year round. If something pops up, I will usually purchase the item and hold on to it for the holidays. But if you’re like most people, and shopping now. I have some ideas for stocking stuffers that you might find useful when you’re trying to find gifts for the family and close friends in your life.

For your younger sister,  female cousins:
A charm necklace by Amy Peter Studio. These pieces are super cute. Gifting to youngin’s there is always a chance that they lose the item…so the low price tag with ensure that you won’t get a heart attack from the loss. A more personalized way than getting them something from Tiffany’s that everyone else in their class has or will attract thievery among her classmates. The Pewter Collection allows you to mix and match which charms you want for the necklace itself.

For your Older Sister:

I love Amy Peter Studio’s Fortune Cookie You are loved beyond measure necklace. The necklace features a small 24k Gold fortune cookie and a message that reads You are loved beyond measure which would make any older sister smile and let you borrow her favorite bathrobe. I don’t have an older sister but I would give her this if I had one. 🙂

For your Mother or Aunt:

I always give my mother skincare for gifts because my mother is very conscious about her skincare. She has been using anti-aging creams since her mid-20s and a combination of her skincare regimen, staying out of the sun, and genetics has kept her skin youthful. I am always on the look out for cutting edge beauty products that she won’t be able to purchase on her own in the other side of the world. I came across Repêchage’s line of seaweed based skincare recently and Vita Cura Triple Firming Cream seems like the perfect gift for someone with more mature skin.

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No monetary compensation was received, and thoughts of author are purely opinion based.

About the author


a global nomad who grew up in cities around the world. A dancer/choreographer/dance educator/make up artist/and part time videographer, her days are spent running around the crosstown, uptown, downtown, Brooklyn and everything in between. She spends her free time watching dance/music/theater performances in the city as well as traveling, dining, shopping (recovering shop-a-holic), spending time with the boyfriend, massages, and applying make up on brides-to-be. A perfect date in NYC involves watching a dance performance at the Joyce Theater, dinner/drinks/dessert at Basta Pasta, and a leisurely stroll through Gramercy Park. For more information about Alaine please visit

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