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Stylish Mother's Day gifts

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Illysia Neumann-Loreck is a fashion stylist and publisher of the blog MadlyChic.com.

She joins us in studio to look at some stylish gifts for Mother's Day, Sunday May 12.

1.     Isabelle Grace charms are handmade from silver.  A necklace comes with one name charm for $135, and you can add extras like another charm or stones that are sold separately. You can find it at IsabelleGracejewelry.com.
 
2.     The book Porn for New Moms is $12.95 and it's filled with the funniest fantasies of new moms, like a husband who learned how to fold laundry while holding the baby. You can find it at bookstores or amazon.com.
 
3.     Help fight world hunger with a box of Godiva chocolate and a FEED 10 bag for $50. FEED is a charity started by Lauren Bush Lauren. Each item you purchase has a set donation built into it to feed school children around the world. This FEED 10 bag provides meals for 10 school children. FEED has provided over 60 million meals since its founding in 2005.
 
4.     If your mom is a tea drinker, this is the perfect gift from Davidsteas.com. It contains 12 different teas to sample from around the world for $24.50. A great mug for $19.50 makes the gift more special. It comes with a stainless steel infuser. Plus, it has a lid to keep the tea warm. Add the coffee cake from the local Imerman Cake Company, where a portion of the proceeds are donated to the Imerman Angels cancer charity, and you can feel great about your gift and yourself. The cake is $32.95 plus shipping. Find the cake at Imermancake.com.
 
5.   Clare Vivier clutch. I love accessories that do double duty, and this clutch also fits an iPad! You can find it for $154 at RozTayger.com, a shopping web site that is beautifully curated by a fashion industry veteran.
 
6.     If you want to seriously spoil your mom, this eau de perfume is the way to do it. The Houbigant Paris is a perfume company founded in Paris in 1775 and many famous people and royalty were customers including Napolean and Josephine, author Oscar Wilde and Marie Antoinette. This perfume, Quelque Fleurs, developed in 1912, has over 250 ingredients in it and more than 50,000 flowers are required to make this one bottle. It's $180 for 3.3 ounces and available at Neiman Marcus and NeimanMarcus.com.
 
7.     I have been using products from Clinage, a local skincare company, for 3 years, and I love them. This Vitamin C Home Peel kit for $125 is a great gift for the mom who is into beauty. It's like a peel like you'd get at the dermatologist. The kit has a cleanser, skin peel, serum, moisturizer and more in it, and it works really well for a ton of different skin problems. You can find it at Clinage.com.

 

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