Holiday Shopping Guide for Her

Use this classic holiday shopping guide for her to be prepared for the Christmas season and beyond. It’s easy on the budget, has comfortable choices, and will make you feel wonderful!

decorated christmas tree and wrapped gifts

*This post is sponsored by Walmart, but as always, all selections, images, and styling are my own.

Sometimes, in the midst of all the hustle and bustle of Christmas, we get lost in the shuffle. We are so busy preparing and taking care of all the details, that we tend to forget about ourselves.

Today, with help from Walmart Fashion, I’m fixing that! I’ve come up with five different scenarios that could present themselves over the next few weeks, and beyond. With your budgets in mind, I’ve picked out mix and match pieces for each one. Everything is practical, but classic and fashionable.

Walmart has definitely upped their style game in recent months. Their website and app are super easy to navigate, and their generous return policy provides worry-free shopping. Now is the time to celebrate more, and spend less.

Last Minute Errands

Those last minute errands should be fun instead of stressful. Put on a little makeup, your favorite jewelry, and a cute outfit. Maybe call a girlfriend to squeeze in a quick lunch or cup of coffee when your errands are finished. Don’t think of it as just one more thing to do, think of it as a gift to yourself.

Let’s Stay Home

Staying home is one of my favorite things to do…but I also like to look nice, and feel good about myself. The items below will keep you cozy in style. For more inspiration, see my Comfort Meets Style Loungewear Guide.

black and white sweater in box under christmas tree

Out for Dinner

Going out for dinner, at least for me, is such a treat, and something I enjoy. As much as I love staying home, it’s always so nice to let someone else do the cooking! Pick a place that has a quiet and soothing ambiance, gather your favorite people, and settle in for good conversation, and delicious food. Wearing the perfect outfit is the icing on the proverbial cake!

black cuddl duds in box under christmas tree

Walk the Dog

Being outside is one of life’s greatest pleasures, and it’s doubly fun if you have a canine companion. Even in the cold weather! So we definitely need to stay warm in style. The key to being comfortable outdoors is being prepared. Stock up on these amazing and soft Cuddl Duds, gloves + mittens, and cold-weather accessories.

red buffalo plaid shirt in box under christmas tree

Weekend Escape

Escaping for a few days during the holiday season takes a bit of planning, but it’s completely doable, and worth the extra effort. We’re taking off soon to spend a few days with the grandchildren, and I am so looking forward to it. I treated myself to the red and black shacket pictured below, and I love it. I plan to use it as the starting point, and pack coordinating pieces, so I can wear it the whole time!


Click the images below to be taken directly to the product listing. Every effort has been made to provide sources for the items found in this post. Where actual items were no longer available, I’ve provided similar options. If an item is out of stock but may be restocked, I left it on the list.

*Affiliate links included. See my disclosure statement.

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4 Comments

  1. Ann,I love your picks.I thought the shacket was so cute that I had to order it.I went with the winter white.The black and red plaid is pretty too.Thanks for all the work you do in finding and listing all these fun and pretty things.

  2. Karen Glaser says:

    This was a very helpful post with lots of great ideas. Thanks for the Wal-Mart links – they have stepped up their style and I enjoy shopping with them.

    Please do more posts like this!

    Karen

  3. You have some lovely clothing picks from Walmart.Enjoy your time with the grandchildren.

  4. I agree, I have more than a few Walmart clothes in my closet. Love this post, you have great taste! Have a lovely and safe Christmas.