Gift giving is a great way to show your friend how much you care about her. While you can’t go wrong with a lovely bouquet or a nice card, there are plenty of other presents that are sure to brighten her day. Here are six gift ideas for your best girlfriend.
It’s common knowledge that women love shoes, so why not surprise your best girlfriend with a brand new pair? The next time she talks about shoes, pay attention to the pairs or designers that she really likes. Narrowing down her preferences by designer is helpful in the overwhelming sea of shoe options.
You may think that your female friend doesn't need any more handbags, but you’d be wrong; one thing women love is a new handbag. The best time to buy a handbag is at the change of seasons; her summer handbag will not carry over into fall fashion well. Ask what her favorite colors or patterns are then find a fashionable handbag that fits the bill.
If your best girlfriend already has a favorite perfume, then you're in luck. Wait until she's running low, then surprise her with a new bottle. If you're looking for something more affordable, body sprays are always an option and smell just as good as perfume.
If you decide to go this route, make sure that the product you select reminds you of your friend; it should fit her personality, too. Is she outgoing? A charm bracelet would allow her to show off her interests and hobbies. With plenty of options out there for affordable jewelry the only hard part is discovering what she likes.
If you know that your friend has had a rough few weeks, a spa day may be just what she needs. Spa gift cards are a great way to show that you realize she’s been stressed and want to help her relax.
Engraving makes a gift more personal, so look for something that you could easily have engraved. Does she enjoy cooking? Buy a decorative metal spoon and have it engraved with a fun culinary saying. If she likes flowers, you can buy her a bouquet and place it in a nicely engraved vase.
Searching for a gift can be daunting, but the perfect present is out there; it just may take some time to locate it.
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