I’ve been a proud homebody for years—long before the world turned upside down, and we were all forced to assume the position. What can I say? There’s just something about wearing sweatpants that makes drinking a glass of wine thaaat much better.
As someone who’s mastered the art of relaxation, I know that it’s all about setting the mood. I’m talking fuzzy blankets, warm slippers, and cozy candles. With the holidays just around the corner, I’ve rounded up the coziest, comfiest gifts I could find.
Cozy Gifts $25 & Under
CB2 2-Piece Wick Trimmer & Candle Snuffer Set
Keep your candles in check with this chic, brushed brass trimmer and snuffer set. Not necessarily a need, but it is most definitely a luxury worth its cost.
Pinch Provisions Binge-Watching Beauty Kit
This cute kit has everything you need to turn your binge-watching sesh into a spa-like viewing party. Because why not mask while you watch?
Rambling New Women’s Long Sleeve Quarter Zip Pullover
One of my fave new Amazon finds, this pullover is equal parts fashionable and comfortable.
Comeon Store Fuzzy Faux Shearling Zipper Coat
Another Amazon find! It’s that classic shearling coat everyone seems to have—but cheaper.
HALLUCI Cross Band Soft Plush Slippers
I love these slippers so much that I have (more than once) worn them out in public—they’re like walking on a cloud!
Anthropologie Pom Cable-Knit Socks
Meet the adult-ish version of your childhood fuzzy socks, perfect for sliding across wooden floorboards and keeping toes toasty.
Nécessaire The Body Wash
The Nécessaire eucalyptus products smell so intoxicatingly good, they somehow turn any ordinarily uninspired shower into a spa-like experience.
Mademoiselle Provence Hand Cream
I was recently introduced to Mademoiselle Provence, a Provence-based clean beauty brand. They make amazing plant-based body products (all avail at Target!) The body lotions and hand creams come in a bunch of scents (I’ve tried them all!) and the Lavender and Angelica is my favorite. Added bonus: it’s under $10.
Their products are vegan, cruelty-free, and contain no parabens, silicones, petrolatum, paraffin, or sulfates. Fun fact: the brand was started by the former Miss France Chloé Mortaud.
Cozy Gifts $50 & Under
CB2 Clear Wine Rack
I live for a functionally chic decor moment. This wine rack is perfect as a standalone piece or as part of a bar cart.
Herbivore Botanicals Coco Rose Body Polish
This gentle, yet effective scrub leaves skin silky smooth—plus, the minimalistic packaging looks so good on a shower ledge.
Loops Weekly Reset Mask Set
These hydrogel masks work hard, hydrating and re-energizing skin, while you get to sit back and relax. Plus, the innovative fit makes for a perfect mask selfie.
Anthropologie Cozy Baseball Hat
Perfect for hiding your face while running every day errands but also keeping your noggin warm! Innovation at its finest.
Dokotoo Womens Fleece Coat with Pockets
I love the high-low feel that the fleece material lends to this more structured coat.
Saodimallsu Womens Turtleneck Oversized Sweater
I’ll be living in this sweater come wintertime. It’s comfortable, cute, and cheap—what more could you want?!
ASOS Design Mini Borg Hoodie & Sweatpants Set
Asos makes some of my all-time favorite loungewear. I haven’t personally tried this set (yet!) but I’m confident that it feels like being hugged by a cloud, which is something we could all use these days.
Urban Outfitters Isla Knit Fringe Scarf
Giant scarves are fun, because they’re kind of just blankets you can wear in public. Some of my favorite oversized scarves are from Urban Outfitters, and I love the deep, brick red shade of this one.
Cozy Gifts $100 & Under
CB2 Marlee White Fringe Throw
This super soft blanket is perfect for Netflix marathons and reality show binges. Plus, the oversized fringe is so chic.
Slip Pure Silk Pillowcase
I get it: I didn’t understand the hype around silk pillow cases either. Then I tried one. Trust me, it will change your life.
Cooluli Mini Beauty Refrigerator
Nothing makes me feel fancier than my skincare fridge. Is it completely unnecessary? Yes.
Is it extremely convenient and fun? Also yes.
Hotel Lobby Candles
Yes, I might not be impartial, but believe me when I say these candles are luxurious AF. Plus, they’re huge, so you can keep ’em burning all winter long.
Beautyrest Duke Faux Fur 12 lb. Weighted Blanket
I’m a huge fan of weighted blankets—the slight pressure and warmth really does calm me in moments in panic.
I have learned an important pro tip though: don’t use it overnight; dealing with a 10+ pound blanket first thing in the morning is not a good time.
Cozy Gifts $150 & Under
Vitruvi Charcoal Stone Essential Oil Diffuser
If you’re looking to invest in an essential oil diffuser, Vitruvi is for you. I love that it’s both functional and stylish—a win-win in my book!
UGG Coquette Clog Slipper
Weirdly, a lot of girls (myself included) wore these all the time in high school. While I wouldn’t call them traditionally “stylish,” they are incredibly comfy and durable.
Eberjey Gisele Long Sleeve Short Pajama Set
My mother always says it’s important to have fancy pajamas. Why? I’m not totally sure, but I definitely do not regret swapping out my dad’s oversized tees for this luxurious pajama set from Eberjey.
Sandro Dayey Tie-Dyed Sweater
I know—tie dye is so beginning-of-national-lockdown, but this sweater proves the trend is here to stay. It gets bonus points (from me) for the cute smiley face patch.
Aleksi Faux Fur Throw Blanket
I grew up with a lovely faux fur blanket in my family living room, and I’ve been trying to find a cheaper dupe ever since I moved out. This cozy throw is shockingly similar to my original.
Summersalt The Coziest Cashmere Turtle Neck
Cozy Gifts $200 & Under
NAADAM Cashmere Joggers
While I’m probably not going to spend more than $150 on a present, these joggers (and the matching sweatshirt!) would make a great gift for anyone looking to buy me a present (mom).
Danielle Cohen is assistant editor of all things Lindsay Silberman. She also runs her own beauty blog, Yellow Sweats Status, as a side hustle. When she’s not binging true crime podcasts, she can usually be found researching, testing, and raving about beauty products to people who didn’t ask. You can learn more about Dani and her favorite products on her Instagram and her blog.
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