1. This is such a good gift guide!!! I bought the Ooh Baby Infinity Scarf for my sister! And I’m still totally in love with the I Believe In Love too!

  2. Love Love Love this Molly! It looks fantastic and I’m taking you up on a few suggestions!

    Plus of course I love that you included Mingo! Thanks so much for being amazing!

    Merry Christmas!

  3. I agree! Around $100 for a gift is not practical for me! I’d like to spend around $30-50 for immediate family members and a little more for my husband. Around $10-$15 for friends. And I think a stocking stuffer should cost a couple bucks! haha….

  4. Well…….you know I have to say it…..Stella & dot has studs and friendship bracelets around $20!!!!!!!!!!!! And I agree….. I love my friends but I sure as heck can’t afford to spend $100 on them!!
    Brooke @ what2wear

  5. I included a few affordable and homemade things on my gift guide today! 🙂 But you can’t really get around a Michael Kors watch, I mean we can all dream right?!?

  6. I would love if my husband created a pinterest of his wishlist, but then again it’d probably just be video games, jerseys/sports gear, and bacon flavored things.

  7. I definitely asked my mom for a new comfy pajama set for Christmas. I blame it on New Girl.
    and I definitely agree with a lot of the gift guides on here! We posted ones for $25 and under on With Luck and I don’t think it took any more work to put together than it would for a higher priced version.

  8. I love this budget conscious gift guide! There are so many great gift ideas here. I love the reindeer infinity scarf!

    -Mary @ stylethatmoves.blogspot.com

  9. You speak my language, Molly! I have been skipping over the gift guides that pop up in my reader feed, because 98% of them are completely out of my budget. We have a lot of people to buy for, and we try to keep our total around $700-$800. That doesn’t go far at all! So, we have to be creative with how we shop and what we buy. It makes it more fun, though!

    I will admit — I went over budget for my hubby. But!! Now, I have Valentine’s Day and his birthday taken care of 😛 It’s so funny you posted this today, because we were just going over our Christmas stuff last night.

  10. Seriously, Thank you for an affordable gift guide. I have enjoyed the other gift guides very much, gorgeous gifts, but like you said, who can afford that? I’m already browsing these stores!!

  11. I agree with the gift guides. Another problem is that adults are so expensive to shop for now-a-days. In casual conversation, my boyfriend said he wanted an iPod ($250) and my mom said she wanted a tempurpedic memory foam pillow ($100+). I’m just like ahhh! My total budget is $200, and I haven’t even added in my father and neices/nephews. I guess I’ll have to think of something else for them!

  12. I completely agree with you on the gift guides out there! Most of them contain such expensive items or the cheaper items are so small they wouldn’t be much of a gift on their own. I like your suggestions – I’m definitely gifting a few scarves myself!! 🙂

  13. Ugh, I’ve got a really large family and my husband’s family is pretty large as well, so a hundred dollars a person would bankrupt us! I’m always on the lookout for little gifts throughout the year so it’s not such a money drain during the holidays, but we try to do really personal gifts as well. Men are crazy hard to shop for, all of the guys I know want either socks, books, candy or tools. (Men and socks. I just don’t get that, I feel awful giving someone just a pack of socks, but guys love new socks out of the bag.)

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