Gift Guide

8 Fun Mother's Day Gifts for Your Mom Friends

Clueless significant others, this one's also for you.

By Houstonia Staff

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Brunch is...nice. Finger-painted pictures and last-minute bouquets are, too. But real talk? The best Mother's Day gift for any mom is an extra hour week of sleep and the magical ability to eradicate spit-up stains from her favorite silk blouse. Alas, reality. 

Enter mom friends, here to rescue the day with stylish and practical gifts that are every bit as fun as they are thoughtful.

This sweet and simple pendant necklace is an instant classic. Better yet, it comes in gold or silver to match any outfit.

Handmade in H-Town from ring-spun cotton, this casual tee is the modern equivalent of the BFF necklace from her childhood.

Mama needs her beauty rest. Make it all the more possible with this stoned (not that kind of stoned) eye mask, crafted ever so artfully from printed silk.

She hearts Jeremy Peña and has the jersey to prove it. But what'll warm her on chilly game nights? This sweater should fit the style bill. (And if it doesn't, may we suggest single-game tickets?)

She may be running on fumes, but her skincare game will always be on point with this rose quartz renewal stone. Pair it with her favorite face oil to double the self-care love.

Austin-based Burlap Bag hand-pours each of its natural-soy candles into portable amber jars, all the better for transporting the life-giving scent of espresso wherever your overtired friend might need.

Constant multitasking means ish gets done, but her coffee's languished to lukewarm faster than she can say "to-do list." And good friends don't let their pals drink stale, cold coffee. Bonus: This mug's heating pad doubles as a wireless cell phone charger.

Indulge her Bravo addiction in the best way possible—with a quirkily curated gift box featuring a sticker of Andy Cohen's face. Or make it more personal by picking the items yourself.

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