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Holiday Gifts $50 and Under for Her


While you're making your list and checking it twice, here are a few gift picks and stocking stuffer recommendations to consider from Everything She Wants for the special ladies on your Christmas gift list.


AprilMarin Furry Paws Gloves ($45): Let your fingers do the texting in these chic, fingerless faux fur gloves (second photo).

Dorm Cozy Blanket Keds ($50): These cozy slippers with a faux shearling lining and a Southwest vibe are perfect for those cold winter nights. 

Da-Sein Socks Gift Box (from $37): We love socks, so we love to give them as gifts, too.  Da-Sein has a lot of fun color combinations and lengths -- from our favorite over-the-knee style to funky, cut-out ankle socks.

Just Neem Clay Mask ($24.95): This all natural clay mask promotes clear and healthy skin. The secret is the French Clay blended with African Neem leaves and natural hydrating oils.

Heart HSN 2012 Designer Ornament Collection (from $14.95): This unique ornament collection (first photo) designed by celebs and designers including Queen Latifah, Tori Spelling and Carol Brodie, is for sale exclusively on HSN and benefits St. Jude's Children Research Center.  Many of these beautiful ornaments are already sold out.  So don't delay; get one for yourself and one for a gift today.

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