There’s no denying we like expensive things over here. But that doesn’t mean gifts under $50 can’t still be straight bangers. With all of the innovations in tech, home decor, and beauty that have come out this yeat, it’s not as tricky as you think to save on really good gifts.
There’s a common misconception that budget-friendly gifts make you a bad gift-giver. So not true. In fact, there are a plethora of gift sets in beauty and wellness that are well under $50 from Target. Not to mention, there’s a variety of tech accessories you can nab as a cool gift under $50.
If you’re struggling to think of how to save this holiday season, we’ve got you covered. Here are some of the coolest gifts under $50 we think you’ll love for your loved ones.
These tortoise cat eye sunglasses truly spice up the classic cat eye shape with their unique flat mirrored lens. This is a style looks great on women of all ages! For a more classic look, these cateye sunglasses are also available in beige, brown and black!
There are some seriously cute picks in Rosegal’s collection. But this Green buckled number is so perfect for your gift recipient. A pair of tights and a pair of black booties, and you’ve got a look that screams “totally buggin.”
Gift sets are great because it’s like getting multiple gifts for the price of one. The serum rolling gift set includes Versed skincare’s bestselling serums for brightening and anti-aging. Plus, it comes with a rollerball massager to increase blood flow in the face.
Be honest, when you go phone case shopping, you’ve seen some dope designs. This geo-print iPhone 11 case is from Casetify and will set you back $45. So if you know anyone who’s getting an upgrade this year, this is a perfect pick.
We’ve got a whole gift guide for the self-care lover, where there are tons of picks under $50 to get you through this holiday season. Anyone in your life who’s going through it will appreciate an ultimate diffuser (with 10 essential oils, no less) to chill out on those stressful days.
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That one friend who has too much minimalist jewelry to count will love this jewelry storage. It doesn’t take up any space on your countertops. Plus, it (obvi) comes with a cute half-moon mirror.
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These days, your skin is going to need a drink. And this Ultra Fine Mist from Glow Recipe offers just enough moisture for those uncomfortable dry moments in the middle of the day. Did we mention its only $28?
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If you want to offer up something more personal to your friend or even a secret santa, this monogram bracelet is super cute and thoughtful! You can get even get three of them for $48. Plus, it’s an easy way to make a lasting impression on someone new.
Even though there aren’t as many sunnies skies this season, you (and your friends and fam) need to keep wearing sunscreen. For those you know with oily and combination skin, this on-the-go sunstick from TONYMOLY is perfect to avoid pore-clogging sunscreen
There are so many unique picks from ModCloth’s outlet section. This fun-patterned skirt is a sweet twist for that quirky friend of yours. Plus, it retails for only $17. Nuff said.
The Walmart Scoop Collection is a low-key banger with its fall collection. This $44 faux fur fleece coat is perfect for that friend who’s seen yours and wants one, too. And we can honestly say, thank you for the hood and front pockets.
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Though Unique Vintage can be a tad pricy, it’s the perfect place to get a sweet one-of-a-kind gift. For those friends obsessed with retro trends, this $42 bag serves as a dope staple of yesterday and today.
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For some people it’s cliche, but Diptyque candles can be life-changing — and this one retails for $38. Described as being in the spice family, it’s good to know what scents your loved ones enjoy (take note of what your candle-loving friend or family member is burning in their home next time you visit them).
You can’t forget the young person in your life, and with 2020 right around the corner (can you believe it?), it’s a cool art-driven planner to help get their goals together. Maybe even get one for yourself, because let’s be real — this one is super cute!
How’d we do with these gifts under $50? Are there any picks on here that you want to grab for yourself? Was there anything we could have added?
Let us know in the comments!