Tidings of Joy | Gifts for the Girl

Tidings of Joy | Gifts for the Girl

Whether it’s your mama, sister, best friend or in-laws today’s gift guide is all about the lady in your life!

  1. Vintage lipstick holder to sit pretty on her vanity. I’ve had my eye on this for a few years now and finally put it on my Christmas list!
  2. Cashmere lined leather gloves that are beautiful + sweet, sure to keep her warm and in style this winter.
  3. Jade roller I also use this a couple times a week to help with puffiness and inflammation. It also helps to increase circulation and reduce fine lines and wrinkles. Who doesn’t love a nice facial massage?
  4. Isle of Paradise tanning drops for the girl who likes a little year round glow. I’ve heard amazing things about these tanning drops and want to give them a try! Have you tried them?
  5. David Yurman cable classics bracelet that she will wear for years to come. My parents surprised me with this timeless piece of jewelry when I graduated hygiene school. I love it.
  6. Pearl hoop earrings under $50 and a sweet gift for your girlfriend.
  7. Home Body book perfect for your mom or mother-in-law! I love everything Joanna Gaines does and this book would make a lovely coffee table addition.
  8. Personalized Barrington bag that holds all your needs and will last for years! My mom has had her Barrington St. Anne tote for years and it still looks like new! I recently got one and have loved carrying it around! Add your monogram for a sweet finish. I also recently got this little black crossbody (under $90, so chic + amazing quality) and this larger transport tote (perfect for the girl on the go!) that would also make great gifts for her! I’m planning to do a review on all three bags today over on my Instagram stories!

What’s your favorite from this list? Those dreamy pearl hoops are calling my name.

bloom & grow forever,
Madeline Rose


  • Rita Mcwhorter December 12, 2018 at 7:37 am

    It’s always fun to see your posts and keep up with what’s new. Lots of pretty things. Merry Christmas to you and Chas. Mossy