Mothers should be honored daily—for their strength, their endless love and support, and their lifelong commitment to a 24/7 job. When a brunch together doesn’t feel like quite enough to show your appreciation, pamper her with thoughtful, luxe gifts perfectly fit to her personality. Look no further for the guide to gifting the most important woman in your life, whomever she may be.
For the mom who deserves an upgrade…
…give her something she might not splurge on herself. We all know that mom that handles everything for everyone else and wouldn’t dream of putting herself first. This year, we’re turning to timeless, high-quality upgrades for her go-to pieces. A luxe cashmere knit
that suits any age or style and is sure to last through many Mothers’ Days to come or a plush hand-woven throw
are sure to make her feel like the center of things (which, after all, she should be.)
For the hostess with the mostess…
…the woman that knows how to entertain guests with ease can never have enough beautiful tabletop décor, and our fan-favorite rattan pitcher
are perfect for adding something novel to her summer table. Simple yet impeccably crafted LSA pieces
are no brainer for the elegant entertainer, and with a long list of uses for each piece, you can be sure she’ll have an instant idea for where each piece should go.
is the perfect addition to a coffee table—filled with seasonal crafts, delicious recipes, and entertaining tips, she’ll be sure to pore through it and implement some new tricks into her toolkit. If she has a knack for florals, look to the leather-wrapped vase
to add to her collection.
For the woman who already has everything…
…These of-the-moment chunky hoops from Sophie Buhai
are the trendsetting woman’s next needed accessory. Our updated green suede handbag
in the ever-perfect size and the Muun woven summer bag
she’s been looking for but hasn’t been able to find are the perfect addition to a closetful of black purses. Simple, artfully designed woven hats
are every vacation-goer’s dream.
Photos by david kitz,Styled by Kate Brien