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It's officially 25 days until Christmas! Today I am sharing my gift guide for this year, with ideas for everyone on your list, all in one post! I thought it would be easier to be able to refer to one post. I will also be updating this post throughout December with more gift ideas! I will announce all updates on Instagram Stories, if you're not following me you can do so here.
I also posted my Christmas Wishlist last week in case you missed it!

For Women
1 - Patagonia Better Sweater $99
2 - J.Crew Pajama Set $78
3 - Target Women's Robe - $29.99
4 - Red 18oz Hydro Flask 
5 - UGG Dakota PomPom Slipper in color dusk - $120
6 - Victoria's Secret After Hours Satin Pajama Set - $78
7 - LLBean Boots in Color Red Wine - $129
8 - Wubby Fleece Pullover in Color Ivory - $78
9 - Hunter Tall Adjustable Matte Rainbows - 160

For Men
1 - LLBean Boots $129
2 - Fossil Watch $115
3 - LLBean Slippers $79
4 - Red Patagonia Better Sweater Fleece 1/4 Zip - $99
5 - Nike Joggers - $65
6 - J Crew Heavyweight Flannel - $98

For the Dogs
1 - LLBean Plaid Dog Blanket $36-69
2 - Lands' End Rope Toy $9.95
3 - Target Wreath Rawhide 6.99
4 - Collapsable Bowl - $6.99
5 - Red Chunky Cable Sweater - $34.99
6 - Red & White Turtleneck Sweater - $7.49

For the Home
1 - Yeti Tumbler $29.99
2 - Nespresso $113
3 - Sweater Blanket $47.49
4 - Bath & Body Works 3 Wick Candle in the scent flannel - $12.95

Gifts Under $25
1 - Bath & Body Works Aromatherapy set Happiness - $21.50
2 - J Crew PomPom hat - $19.99
3 - Target Letter Initial Necklace - $15



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