Saturday is my 23rd birthday! Yay! I’m planning on a low-key day just doing some of my favorite things with my family. Birthdays aren’t the biggest deal in my family…well I say that but we are more of “take a trip for your birthday” instead of gift givers. This year I’m not going anywhere for my birthday, but we are taking a trip for my brothers 21st. I’ll pretend it’s part of my birthday too ;). Anyways, because we take trips I never really ask for much for my birthday. This year in honor of my birthday, I thought I’d put together a gift guide if you are looking to buy a birthday gift or if you need some ideas of your own! It’s a list that has all kinds of price ranges and is all pretty accessible quickly. I hope you enjoy!
I’ve wanted to add a Sail to Sable dress to my collection since I saw them on my favorite blogs years ago! I think the pink lining is so cute and more “me” than a navy color.
I loooooove lip products and the beauty community is absolutely raving about this lip pencil. It’s a little pricy for what it is, but for someone wanting to buy a great product for a good gift price, this would be something to look at.
These sunglasses are so classic and definitely give a different vibe from my staple aviators. I think they would look so great paired with white jeans and a striped top. I could pretend I’m enjoying a lobster roll on the east coast *sigh*.
These Nikes are so cute and would go with everything. I love Nike shoes because they’re light, stylish and comfortable. This light grey pair would definitely get some use!
I have a good amount of L.L. Bean apparel, so I’ve been interested in getting this tote bag. It’s classic, practical and can be monogrammed. I would just put my last name on it and use it for all kinds of things. It would be great to travel with this summer.
We all know I adore Jacks and I think a gold pair would get a ton of use. At this point, it’s not if I will purchase these, but when.
This coffee table book is to die for. The cover is beautiful and I can only imagine how fabulous the inside content would be. I’m a magazine hoarder, so having a book of the most iconic Vogue covers would be a great way to collect covers (the best part of the magazine, tbh) without all the clutter.
Holly Hoehner has her bachelor’s degree in public relations from the University of Oklahoma. She considers herself more of a Russell Westbrook than a Kevin Durant and enjoys learning about and participating in the digital age, blogging about anything that comes to her mind and creating witty Instagram captions. Holly was raised a die-hard Sooner fan in Edmond, OK.