So the holiday season has begun! It is time to start thinking about what to get your spouse. You don’t want to be last minute about this. After all, it is the most important gift you have to get. You want your partner to think a lot of thought went into the selection the perfect gift. This holiday gift guide for your spouse offers 9 great ideas- all you need to do is pick the one(s) that are right for your true love!
The items in this gift guide will run the full range of price options so there is something for everyone. Some of the items in this gift guide may have been provided to me gift guide for consideration. All opinions expressed are my own.
Holiday Gift Guide For Your Spouse- 9 Gift Ideas Your Spouse Will Love
1. Cozy PJs
You really can’t go wrong with the gift of cozy pjs. They are kind of like a warm hug even when you aren’t there. My hubby loves flannel pants and t-shirt sets like these from Nautica Factory and so do I. If you shop smart, you can get these cozy PJs sets as low as $19.99 for their doorbuster price.
2. Work Clothes
Everybody likes to look sharp at work. You want to dress the part so having work clothes that make you feel confident is important. For men, I suggest wrinkle-free dress shirts (I dislike ironing) from Van Heusen and wrinkle-free slacks from Dockers. For women, I love these looks from Ann Taylor.
3. Fashionable Casual Clothes
I’m talking about stylish clothes for date night! You don’t have to dress way up but you want your spouse to think, “Wow, he (or she) sure looks good!” I love Prana clothing for offering fashionable casual clothes that have some unique flair for both men and women. I also love wearing their clothing because they are mindfully made with many Fair Trade choices.
4. Accessory (Belt or Handbag)
I got my husband a Kore Essentials Trakline Belt for Father’s Day and he loved it so much he has requested another for Christmas. These special belts fit perfectly every time instead of only offering a notch every inch like most belts. They are 100% full-grain leather belts that look and fit great. For your wife, the perfect accessory may be a handbag- like these from Big Buddha.
5. Electric Toothbrush
I am huge on dental care. Your teeth are a big part of how you look and keeping them healthy and well are so important to me. I never understood the concept of an electric toothbrush until I used one. Yes, they are WAY better. My teeth feel so much cleaner and my dentist appointments all go well. I think mine paid for itself a bunch of times over by now! You husband or wife is sure love having beautifully clean teeth. I have a Sonicare and I love it.
6. Espresso Maker
If you get a high quality espresso maker, it just may be the most enjoyable gift you give your spouse (and yourself). I mean, every morning, enjoying a perfectly made cappuccino, latte, or espresso is really almost a sensual experience! The KRUPS EA84 Falcon full-automatic espresso machine makes it super easy to make the perfect espresso drink every morning. I am talking professional quality coffee beverages made at home easily in just a few minutes. It is a pricey gift but you won’t need to spend $5 at your local coffee shop anymore and you won’t have to wait in line- you’ll make it just the way you like it every time with the press of a few buttons!
This gift guide for your spouse would not be complete without relaxation. For many women, relaxation will be gladly accepted in the form of a spa gift certificate. I would love a day at the spa to get a massage, facial, pedicure, or manicure! For my husband, relaxation comes in the form of golfing.
An adventure together would be a memorable gift that both parties are sure to love. From a weekend getaway exploring the sights to a day hike to a zipline, there are lots of adventures you can arrange.
Well, the espresso maker was pretty high tech but other tech gifts that your spouse may enjoy are noise canceling headphones, a TV upgrade, a fancy camera & accessories, or a new laptop.
Holiday Gift Guide Tip:
OK, ladies and gentlemen, you might want to print this gift guide for your spouse and just leave it lying around so your spouse can get some good holiday gift ideas too! So what do you want your spouse to give you this holiday season?
What’s on your gift wish list?