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The best Mother’s Day gifts for 2021

David Syrek, Chicago Tribune on

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With nearly half the U.S. vaccinated, being able to celebrate mom’s big day in person is looking a little easier. But with COVID-19 cases on the rise in many states, travel still may not be an option, making this Mother’s Day a repeat of last year for many people. Whether you are spending the day with your mom or sending something to brighten her day, put some thought into it and look for a gift that’s really special and caters to her interests. HAY’s cordless mini lamp will add a chic touch to an outdoor dinner or even illuminate a spot in mom’s garden; or if you’re looking for a stylish touch, Éliou turns the classic freshwater pearl necklace into a hip summer statement with the addition of glass beads. If mom just needs a well-deserved break, Goop’s Emotional Detox Bath Soak is the perfect gift to give her a spa day at home. It’s always OK to fall back on the classics like flowers or a sweet treat, but if you want to give her a special gift that she will actually use, here are a few standout ideas.For the mom who likes a little bling

Éliou’s gold-plated necklace is strung with freshwater pearls and glass beads that resemble evil eyes, the talisman that’s thought to bring good fortune and protection to the wearer. $165, net-a-porter.comFor the mom who just wants to chill

Goop’s “The Martini” Emotional Detox Bath Soak will help mom relax her body and mind after a hectic day. $35, sephora.comFor the mom who loves a garden party

HAY’s Portable PC Lamps illuminate the garden or the summer dinner table. The cordless lamps have a water-resistant matte finish, a high-efficiency LED bulb and a touch-controlled step dimmer. $95, us.hay.comFor the mom who missed out on getting a new bike last summer

The clean lines and bright saffron color of Tokyo Bike’s Bisou model make it a summer standout. The Bisou is a bike designed for the city, with a slightly smaller wheel size that makes it agile and accelerates more quickly in traffic. Tokyo Bike has models in stock, or preorder the Bisou for a July delivery, $750, tokyobike.usFor the mom who loves to cook

Haand’s glazed-porcelain, handmade Cloudware nesting bowl set is designed to mimic a blue, cloud-streaked sky and is also a nod to the iconic Wedgwood Jasperware developed in the 1770s. $105 for the set, haand.usFor the mom who loves the classics with a twist

Diptyque’s Roses candle bursts with the fragrance of rose bushes in full bloom. The flowery accents of Byredo’s Burning Rose candle are wrapped in leather and rooted in dark woods. $68, and $45, nordstrom.comFor the mom who can’t get enough of her garden

 

Inside the three pockets of Picnic Time’s Essential Garden Tote is a trio of essential tools to start gardening. $35.95, food52.comFor the mom who loves all shades of roses

Chanel’s iconic Le Vernis nail polish has been reformulated for longer-lasting high-shine, but best of all, comes in a range of chic rose shades. $28 each, nordstrom.comFor the mom who loves gardening, but doesn’t have a garden

Click and Grow’s self-sustaining herb garden has more than 50 plant varieties that come in pods. Just add water, plug it in and get ready to cook. $99.95, amazon.comFor the mom who’s into interior design

HAY’s chic, rose-colored, powder-coated steel Kaleido tray set holds jewelry, keys, or other odds and ends. $40 dwr.comFor the mom who gardens in style

Michelle Christensen’s hand-painted, cotton canvas Radish Gardening Gloves from her Little Belleville line have a dotted pattern on the inner palm for a sure grip. $23, wolfandbadger.com

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