Be honest—you’ve been giving your mum slippers, PJs, and a magazine subscription for Mother’s Day ever since your first Mother’s Day stall in primary school. She’s too nice to say otherwise, but with a wardrobe full of fluffy slippers, she’s ready for a gift upgrade. The age gap between you and your mum is closing, so think about what you like to receive, and you’re probably not far off what she likes either.
We’ve put together a tight edit of pieces any mum would love to receive. From something to be pampered with (not bubble bath), to an update-of-a-classic bag, and sleepwear that can be worn out of the house, you’re guaranteed to find something she will love. Keep scrolling to shop our Mother’s Day guide (for you and her).
Give your mum the gift of being hands-free. Is there anything better? This backpack is super clever because you can switch the handles around and turn it into an over-the-shoulder bag or a chic top-handle.
This scent is unique—just like your mum. With top notes of citrus, grapefruit, and pepper, it's refreshing and will awaken her senses.
This'll feel like a warm hug, so when you aren't physically with her, she can pop this on and it'll feel like you are. Make it extra special and give her some styling tips with your card, like "Wear this over your black pencil skirt for work".
Winter is coming, and gloves are an accessory that always need updating. Help mum prep early this year with this leather and cashmere pair. The best part? They're touchscreen sensitive, so she can still use her phone, without having to take them off.
There's something so special about handing someone a gift and saying "It's vintage". You'll know she'll never find it anywhere else, and it's one of a kind.
So you've probably given you mum a candle a thousand times before, but tell her to keep the jar of this one. The on-trend copper pot is perfect for storing jewellery.
Not quite a stud, not quite a drop earring. These diamond and white gold earrings are so special she'll never take them off (which means they'll serve as a reminder of you every time she looks in the mirror).
Tell mum to apply this to any painful or overworked muscles to relieve tension. You spray it on, it sinks in, then let it work its magic.