Holiday GIF Guide: What to Give the Women in Your Life (Animated Edition)
Without moms, wives, pals and daughters, where would any of us be? This season, celebrate the ladies who are the linchpins around whom your world turns with presents that inject a bit of fun, a hint of pretty, a semblance of ease into their hectic lives. These are gifts for gals on the go, expressed in GIF form.
Busy lassies (and who isn’t one?) will appreciate this Dyson hair dryer, the spaceship of hair appliances. The device is designed not only to cut drying time in half, but to smooth her tresses and decrease frizz, giving your gal the gift of a great start to her day.
Statement jewelry instantly adds polish to any outfit, and makes dressing up for an event easier and more fun. Moms, sisters and gal pals with full calendars will adore a gorgeous piece from Oscar de la Renta. Every design is truly unique and elegant, like the lady herself.
Designer wunderkind J.W.ANDERSON has a knack for creating cheerful, playful fashions that are still luxurious. This calfskin pouch is just such an achievement. With its colorful crochet daisies and wooden hardware, there’s no chance your recipient has anything like this already in her closet—but she wishes she did.
Your fashion friends will get a kick out of these rock ‘n’ roll inspired socks from brand-of-the-moment Vetements. The edgy streetwear label is adored by the international style set, and such a gift will mark both you and your mate as totally on-trend.
The object of your affection deserves a sweet reminder of how sexy she is, and a lacy black lingerie set expresses those sentiments exactly. This combo from Vince Camuto has the added benefit of also being comfortable, ensuring she’ll actually want to wear it.
Want to inject some fun into your friend’s or your mom’s every day? Get her a cute phone case, like this goofy bird(?) from Fendi. You know she’ll always have it at hand, so she’ll be reminded of how generous you are whenever she picks up her phone—or finally sets it down.
SHOP: Gifts for Her
Photography by Melissa O’Hearn
Styling by Kelly Kauffman
Art direction and copy by Britt Burritt
Set assistance by Erica Lopez