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19 best gifts for your wife that are sure to steal her heart

We have the perfect gift for your wife, whether you’re on a budget or looking to splurge.

Remind your wife how much you care with the perfect gift.
Remind your wife how much you care with the perfect gift.

Your wife is a rockstar, and showing her you care in ways big and small is easy. But finding the perfect on Mother's Day gift is a bit tougher. After all, what do you buy the woman who has everything? Lucky for you, we have a bit of expertise in the shopping arena. In fact we’ve made it our mission to take the guesswork out of shopping for your wife by serving up unique and thoughtful products she’s sure to love. Whether you’re married to a bookworm or an athlete, there’s something for every kind of wife on this list.

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And you don’t have to break the bank to get the job done. Below, you'll find a list of unique gift ideas that are sure to wow her, no matter your budget. If she's always cozying up to you to keep warm, get her a wearable blanket or electric foot warmer (but make sure she knows cuddles are also always welcome). Or if you're hoping for something that you two can do together, the Lego flower bouquet makes for a great couples activity.

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Some of the best gifts come in the smallest packages. You can't go wrong with this dainty wonder from Kendra Scott, available in gold, rose gold or silver.

$44 at Amazon
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$44 at Zappos$55 at Kendra Scott

She's constantly wrapped up in a fuzzy blanket, which is fine and all ... until she needs to walk or eat. This sherpa-lined hoodie is just as cozy, but gives her arms and legs freedom to move. 

$40 at Amazon

If bubble baths aren't her thing, then give shower steamers a go. Just pop a tab into the shower (away from the stream of water) to fill the space with a fresh floral scent.

$30 at Amazon

Build some blooms and bask in their beauty all year long. That's right — this bunch of 15 stems, including roses, snapdragons, poppies, asters and daisies, will last much, much longer than fresh ones.

$48 at Amazon
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$48 at Walmart$60 at Kohl's

With all the typing she does, it's no wonder her hands ache at the end of the day. That said, this heated massager, which one rave reviewer called a "modern luxury," will improve blood circulation, work out any kinks and relieve pain as a result of arthritis or carpal tunnel. Switch between three different massage modes and strengths, depending on her preferred intensity level. 

$79 at Amazon

Made with readers and writers in mind, the Kindle Scribe is a digital notebook and e-reader all in one. That means she can mark up documents, jot down her thoughts, make to-do lists and doodle between reads without switching to another device. 

$240 at HSN
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$340 at Amazon$340 at QVC

Comfort is key, whether she's traveling or running her weekly errands. These platform kicks look and feel good — at least that's what more than a thousand five-star reviewers say. "I walked all over multiple cities in these shoes 20,000+ steps each day and I never once experienced pain in my bunion or anywhere else. These truly are the best shoes for traveling and walking long distances," one happy customer wrote

$70 at Kohl's
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$70 at Amazon$70 at Zappos

This heated brush can switch from drying to styling with a simple twist. Unlike other curling irons and stylers that require dry hair to work, this one — which comes with oval and paddle brush attachments, along with two curlers — can do it all, taking her hair from the shower to the streets. It gets the job done in record time: "My hair is thick, wavy and coarse. Took five minutes to blow my hair 90% dry with a paddle brush. Then another 10 minutes to blow out with full round brush attachment and the air wraps," one five-star fan wrote.

$271 at Amazon
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$299 at Sephora$300 at Macy's

Not sure if you can pick one photo to capture your year? Then give her this digital picture frame, so she can put all of her (and your) favorites on display. Just connect it to WiFi, download the Aura app and send photos straight from your phone. 

$163 at Walmart
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$179 at Amazon$180 at Kohl's

No one — your wife included — wants to shell out money on new socks. Don't let the low price fool you: Amazon shoppers can't get enough of these patterned beauties, with one who wrote that they are "plenty warm" yet "aren’t itchy or too thick to wear under my dressy boots." They also happen to be a Yahoo reader fave!

$17 at Amazon

When she doesn't want to lug around her Stanley, she can just slip this cute neoprene sleeve on any ol' plastic cup to keep her iced drink colder, longer. "My hands don't get cold, my ice lasts longer and no sweat on the table," one iced coffee lover wrote. Choose between four sizes: small fits a Starbucks Grande, medium fits a Venti, large fits a Trenta and extra-large fits drinks up to 48 ounces.

$16 at Amazon

The next time she's cooking up something in the kitchen, she can prop up her tablet or cookbook on this wooden holder. Better yet, pair it with a newly-released cookbook (like the newest volume of the bestselling Magnolia Table by Joanna Gaines) so she can put it to use ASAP. 

$20 at Target

When done right, practical gifts are the most thoughtful. Take this five-in-one bottle opener, for example: As long as she has this kitchen gadget nearby, she'll be able to open everything from pickle jars to standard twist tops with ease. 

$25 at QVC

Cold feet, warm heart? I bet she begs to differ. The next time she catches a chill, she can defrost from the bottom up with this plush foot warmer. Choose between three heating levels (113°F, 131°F and 149°F) and enjoy up to two hours of warmth before it automatically shuts off. 

$30 at Amazon

You might not know what Olaplex is, but she certainly does. FYI: This three-step system strengthens and repairs damaged hair, resulting in healthy, smooth and softer locks. 

$55 at Amazon
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$55 at Saks Fifth Avenue

There's a time and a place for a big, bulky wallet, but more often than not, she just needs to have the essentials (credit cards and some cash) on hand. This leather card holder has four designated card slots, plus a zippered pocket to stash away cash and coins. You can't go wrong with black, but the light pink and deep jade options may be easier to find in her purse. 

$39 at Kate Spade Outlet

It may be winter, but she still has gardening on her brain. Get her excited for the season ahead by gifting her this beautiful glass orb (available in blue, orange or yellow), which holds small sips of water in its crevices to keep pollinators hydrated when they fly from flower to flower.

$55 at Uncommon Goods

The Everywhere belt bag is everywhere for a reason. It's just the right size to hold her phone, keys and wallet, plus she can wear it around her waist or across her chest to keep her hands free. Pick between black, cream or pink sherpa.

$58 at Lululemon

Picking up on a theme here? Staying warm and cozy is always top of mind for your wife, especially the moment she steps out of the shower. Before she hops in, she can stick a towel or two into this towel warmer and set the timer, so it's the perfect temperature when she's done. 

$110 at Wayfair
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$110 at Amazon$110 at Macy's

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