The Best Presents Don’t Have to Break The Bank: Gifts That Are Under $100

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According to Buddy the Elf, one of the best ways to “spread Christmas cheer is to sing a song for all to hear.” According to us at The Quality Edit one of the best ways to spread Christmas cheer is gifting one of your favorite direct-to-consumer items. 

And because there is a lot of cheer to spread, you aren’t going to want to break the bank while doing so. That’s where this list of gifts under $100 comes in handy. Last year, the average American household spent $998 on holiday gifts. And this year, shoppers should plan on spending more because of rising goods costs and supply chain issues. 

The good news is there are ways to save and awesome gifts that won’t have you dishing out hundred-dollar bills. Keep reading for our favorite gifts for under $100. 

For The Décor Lover Ready To Spruce Things Up  

Year & Day’s ‘Midnight’ and ‘Daybreak’ dishes, plus flatware in ‘Matte Gold’

You can never go wrong with a bud vase. When it comes to entertaining, bud vases are one of the easiest ways to beautify a table. And this Year and Day affordable Bud Vase ($38) is just what the hostess ordered. A Serving Bowl ($50) or Serving Spoons ($80) from Fable elevate any dinner table and are sure to become someone’s new go-to.  

Alicia Boateng mugs and cup toppers ($45)

And if you want a gem of a gift, look no further than Alicia Boateng mugs and cup toppers ($45). The beautiful blinged-out mugs are meant to motivate and empower women of all colors around the world and the cup topper keeps your beverage warm. This is a gift that puts the fun in functional, not to mention, beloved by Michelle Obama, Tiffany Haddish and Robin Roberts to name just a few.

For Those Who Cherish  A Quiet, Relaxing Night In 

Jiggy’s 800-piece ‘The Eve’ puzzle by Ana Hard
Credit: @jiggypuzzles

There’s nothing like chestnuts roasting by the fire, with some soft music playing in the background and a good puzzle. Jiggy (from $40), founded by The Skimm’s former Head of Marketing and Community, is a modern take on the classic jigsaw puzzle. The images on Jiggy puzzles are created by emerging female artists and each puzzle comes with a tube of puzzle glue, a tool to spread the glue and a print of the art to follow. You get a puzzle and a masterpiece. 

Snif’s ‘Off The Grid’ candle is a blend of amber, lily, musk, and sandalwood
Credit: @snif.co

Add to their relaxing atmosphere with Snif luxe scented candles. Produced by our favorite fragrance brand, these candles come in three scents and are made with a clean, paraffin-free blend of soy and vegetable wax. Each candle costs $48 and comes with a mini sample candle for your smelling pleasure. 

Bixby Peppermint Drinking Chocolate, $13.20
Credit: @bixbychocolate

Combine that with some Peppermint Drinking Chocolate from Bixby Chocolate ($13.20) and you’ve got a quiet night to remember and a mouth-watering hot treat that tastes like the holidays with every sip. 

Barfoot Scientists Hyper Hydrating Set
Credit: Barefoots Scientists

You can also give an at-home spa experience with Barfoot Scientists Hyper Hydrating Set ($55) and Olive and June’s new nail polish colors ($8), created as part of the brand’s collaboration with Golde, another one of our favorite DTC brands.   

For A Winter Wardrobe Refresh 

Allbirds wool Dweller slippers
Credit: @allbirds

We can all use a wardrobe refresh when the weather outside is frightful. All Birds, one of our favorite sustainable brands, is stepping away from sneakers this holiday season with its new wool Dweller slippers. Pair the slippers with a pair of the world’s softest sweats, Vuori Performance Joggers ($84), and you’ve got the perfect present for a lazy Sunday morning.  

 A new pair of cashmere gloves is always a solid gift choice. At $30, the price is right for Italic’s Cashmere Ripped-Cuff Gloves, which are now available to all -- membership free! .  

Be.Happe Hearts Hat (starting at $32)
Credit: Be.Happe

And these vibrant colored knit and crocheted winter hats from Be.Happe Designs are my new favorites, for both the warmth and the adorable mommy and me styles. You can buy the mommy and me bundle for $80 or one hat starting at $32. By doing so you’re supporting a team of female creatives who make each hat by hand.  

There you have it: some of the best gifts you can buy for under $100. So treat yourself and your loved ones to something on this list and get the best gifts without breaking the bank!  

Shop The Edit:

Year and Day

Fable

Alicia Boateng

Jiggy

Snif

Bixby Chocolate

Barfoot Scientists

Olive and June

Vuori

Italic

Be.Happe Designs

Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the web’s best products. If you purchase through our links, we may receive a commission. Our editorial team is independent and only endorses products we believe in. 

According to Buddy the Elf, one of the best ways to “spread Christmas cheer is to sing a song for all to hear.” According to us at The Quality Edit one of the best ways to spread Christmas cheer is gifting one of your favorite direct-to-consumer items. 

And because there is a lot of cheer to spread, you aren’t going to want to break the bank while doing so. That’s where this list of gifts under $100 comes in handy. Last year, the average American household spent $998 on holiday gifts. And this year, shoppers should plan on spending more because of rising goods costs and supply chain issues. 

The good news is there are ways to save and awesome gifts that won’t have you dishing out hundred-dollar bills. Keep reading for our favorite gifts for under $100. 

For The Décor Lover Ready To Spruce Things Up  

Year & Day’s ‘Midnight’ and ‘Daybreak’ dishes, plus flatware in ‘Matte Gold’

You can never go wrong with a bud vase. When it comes to entertaining, bud vases are one of the easiest ways to beautify a table. And this Year and Day affordable Bud Vase ($38) is just what the hostess ordered. A Serving Bowl ($50) or Serving Spoons ($80) from Fable elevate any dinner table and are sure to become someone’s new go-to.  

Alicia Boateng mugs and cup toppers ($45)

And if you want a gem of a gift, look no further than Alicia Boateng mugs and cup toppers ($45). The beautiful blinged-out mugs are meant to motivate and empower women of all colors around the world and the cup topper keeps your beverage warm. This is a gift that puts the fun in functional, not to mention, beloved by Michelle Obama, Tiffany Haddish and Robin Roberts to name just a few.

For Those Who Cherish  A Quiet, Relaxing Night In 

Jiggy’s 800-piece ‘The Eve’ puzzle by Ana Hard
Credit: @jiggypuzzles

There’s nothing like chestnuts roasting by the fire, with some soft music playing in the background and a good puzzle. Jiggy (from $40), founded by The Skimm’s former Head of Marketing and Community, is a modern take on the classic jigsaw puzzle. The images on Jiggy puzzles are created by emerging female artists and each puzzle comes with a tube of puzzle glue, a tool to spread the glue and a print of the art to follow. You get a puzzle and a masterpiece. 

Snif’s ‘Off The Grid’ candle is a blend of amber, lily, musk, and sandalwood
Credit: @snif.co

Add to their relaxing atmosphere with Snif luxe scented candles. Produced by our favorite fragrance brand, these candles come in three scents and are made with a clean, paraffin-free blend of soy and vegetable wax. Each candle costs $48 and comes with a mini sample candle for your smelling pleasure. 

Bixby Peppermint Drinking Chocolate, $13.20
Credit: @bixbychocolate

Combine that with some Peppermint Drinking Chocolate from Bixby Chocolate ($13.20) and you’ve got a quiet night to remember and a mouth-watering hot treat that tastes like the holidays with every sip. 

Barfoot Scientists Hyper Hydrating Set
Credit: Barefoots Scientists

You can also give an at-home spa experience with Barfoot Scientists Hyper Hydrating Set ($55) and Olive and June’s new nail polish colors ($8), created as part of the brand’s collaboration with Golde, another one of our favorite DTC brands.   

For A Winter Wardrobe Refresh 

Allbirds wool Dweller slippers
Credit: @allbirds

We can all use a wardrobe refresh when the weather outside is frightful. All Birds, one of our favorite sustainable brands, is stepping away from sneakers this holiday season with its new wool Dweller slippers. Pair the slippers with a pair of the world’s softest sweats, Vuori Performance Joggers ($84), and you’ve got the perfect present for a lazy Sunday morning.  

 A new pair of cashmere gloves is always a solid gift choice. At $30, the price is right for Italic’s Cashmere Ripped-Cuff Gloves, which are now available to all -- membership free! .  

Be.Happe Hearts Hat (starting at $32)
Credit: Be.Happe

And these vibrant colored knit and crocheted winter hats from Be.Happe Designs are my new favorites, for both the warmth and the adorable mommy and me styles. You can buy the mommy and me bundle for $80 or one hat starting at $32. By doing so you’re supporting a team of female creatives who make each hat by hand.  

There you have it: some of the best gifts you can buy for under $100. So treat yourself and your loved ones to something on this list and get the best gifts without breaking the bank!  

Shop The Edit:

Year and Day

Fable

Alicia Boateng

Jiggy

Snif

Bixby Chocolate

Barfoot Scientists

Olive and June

Vuori

Italic

Be.Happe Designs

Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the web’s best products. If you purchase through our links, we may receive a commission. Our editorial team is independent and only endorses products we believe in. 

According to Buddy the Elf, one of the best ways to “spread Christmas cheer is to sing a song for all to hear.” According to us at The Quality Edit one of the best ways to spread Christmas cheer is gifting one of your favorite direct-to-consumer items. 

And because there is a lot of cheer to spread, you aren’t going to want to break the bank while doing so. That’s where this list of gifts under $100 comes in handy. Last year, the average American household spent $998 on holiday gifts. And this year, shoppers should plan on spending more because of rising goods costs and supply chain issues. 

The good news is there are ways to save and awesome gifts that won’t have you dishing out hundred-dollar bills. Keep reading for our favorite gifts for under $100. 

For The Décor Lover Ready To Spruce Things Up  

Year & Day’s ‘Midnight’ and ‘Daybreak’ dishes, plus flatware in ‘Matte Gold’

You can never go wrong with a bud vase. When it comes to entertaining, bud vases are one of the easiest ways to beautify a table. And this Year and Day affordable Bud Vase ($38) is just what the hostess ordered. A Serving Bowl ($50) or Serving Spoons ($80) from Fable elevate any dinner table and are sure to become someone’s new go-to.  

Alicia Boateng mugs and cup toppers ($45)

And if you want a gem of a gift, look no further than Alicia Boateng mugs and cup toppers ($45). The beautiful blinged-out mugs are meant to motivate and empower women of all colors around the world and the cup topper keeps your beverage warm. This is a gift that puts the fun in functional, not to mention, beloved by Michelle Obama, Tiffany Haddish and Robin Roberts to name just a few.

For Those Who Cherish  A Quiet, Relaxing Night In 

Jiggy’s 800-piece ‘The Eve’ puzzle by Ana Hard
Credit: @jiggypuzzles

There’s nothing like chestnuts roasting by the fire, with some soft music playing in the background and a good puzzle. Jiggy (from $40), founded by The Skimm’s former Head of Marketing and Community, is a modern take on the classic jigsaw puzzle. The images on Jiggy puzzles are created by emerging female artists and each puzzle comes with a tube of puzzle glue, a tool to spread the glue and a print of the art to follow. You get a puzzle and a masterpiece. 

Snif’s ‘Off The Grid’ candle is a blend of amber, lily, musk, and sandalwood
Credit: @snif.co

Add to their relaxing atmosphere with Snif luxe scented candles. Produced by our favorite fragrance brand, these candles come in three scents and are made with a clean, paraffin-free blend of soy and vegetable wax. Each candle costs $48 and comes with a mini sample candle for your smelling pleasure. 

Bixby Peppermint Drinking Chocolate, $13.20
Credit: @bixbychocolate

Combine that with some Peppermint Drinking Chocolate from Bixby Chocolate ($13.20) and you’ve got a quiet night to remember and a mouth-watering hot treat that tastes like the holidays with every sip. 

Barfoot Scientists Hyper Hydrating Set
Credit: Barefoots Scientists

You can also give an at-home spa experience with Barfoot Scientists Hyper Hydrating Set ($55) and Olive and June’s new nail polish colors ($8), created as part of the brand’s collaboration with Golde, another one of our favorite DTC brands.   

For A Winter Wardrobe Refresh 

Allbirds wool Dweller slippers
Credit: @allbirds

We can all use a wardrobe refresh when the weather outside is frightful. All Birds, one of our favorite sustainable brands, is stepping away from sneakers this holiday season with its new wool Dweller slippers. Pair the slippers with a pair of the world’s softest sweats, Vuori Performance Joggers ($84), and you’ve got the perfect present for a lazy Sunday morning.  

 A new pair of cashmere gloves is always a solid gift choice. At $30, the price is right for Italic’s Cashmere Ripped-Cuff Gloves, which are now available to all -- membership free! .  

Be.Happe Hearts Hat (starting at $32)
Credit: Be.Happe

And these vibrant colored knit and crocheted winter hats from Be.Happe Designs are my new favorites, for both the warmth and the adorable mommy and me styles. You can buy the mommy and me bundle for $80 or one hat starting at $32. By doing so you’re supporting a team of female creatives who make each hat by hand.  

There you have it: some of the best gifts you can buy for under $100. So treat yourself and your loved ones to something on this list and get the best gifts without breaking the bank!  

Shop The Edit:

Year and Day

Fable

Alicia Boateng

Jiggy

Snif

Bixby Chocolate

Barfoot Scientists

Olive and June

Vuori

Italic

Be.Happe Designs

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Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the web’s best products. If you purchase through our links, we may receive a commission. Our editorial team is independent and only endorses products we believe in. 

According to Buddy the Elf, one of the best ways to “spread Christmas cheer is to sing a song for all to hear.” According to us at The Quality Edit one of the best ways to spread Christmas cheer is gifting one of your favorite direct-to-consumer items. 

And because there is a lot of cheer to spread, you aren’t going to want to break the bank while doing so. That’s where this list of gifts under $100 comes in handy. Last year, the average American household spent $998 on holiday gifts. And this year, shoppers should plan on spending more because of rising goods costs and supply chain issues. 

The good news is there are ways to save and awesome gifts that won’t have you dishing out hundred-dollar bills. Keep reading for our favorite gifts for under $100. 

For The Décor Lover Ready To Spruce Things Up  

Year & Day’s ‘Midnight’ and ‘Daybreak’ dishes, plus flatware in ‘Matte Gold’

You can never go wrong with a bud vase. When it comes to entertaining, bud vases are one of the easiest ways to beautify a table. And this Year and Day affordable Bud Vase ($38) is just what the hostess ordered. A Serving Bowl ($50) or Serving Spoons ($80) from Fable elevate any dinner table and are sure to become someone’s new go-to.  

Alicia Boateng mugs and cup toppers ($45)

And if you want a gem of a gift, look no further than Alicia Boateng mugs and cup toppers ($45). The beautiful blinged-out mugs are meant to motivate and empower women of all colors around the world and the cup topper keeps your beverage warm. This is a gift that puts the fun in functional, not to mention, beloved by Michelle Obama, Tiffany Haddish and Robin Roberts to name just a few.

For Those Who Cherish  A Quiet, Relaxing Night In 

Jiggy’s 800-piece ‘The Eve’ puzzle by Ana Hard
Credit: @jiggypuzzles

There’s nothing like chestnuts roasting by the fire, with some soft music playing in the background and a good puzzle. Jiggy (from $40), founded by The Skimm’s former Head of Marketing and Community, is a modern take on the classic jigsaw puzzle. The images on Jiggy puzzles are created by emerging female artists and each puzzle comes with a tube of puzzle glue, a tool to spread the glue and a print of the art to follow. You get a puzzle and a masterpiece. 

Snif’s ‘Off The Grid’ candle is a blend of amber, lily, musk, and sandalwood
Credit: @snif.co

Add to their relaxing atmosphere with Snif luxe scented candles. Produced by our favorite fragrance brand, these candles come in three scents and are made with a clean, paraffin-free blend of soy and vegetable wax. Each candle costs $48 and comes with a mini sample candle for your smelling pleasure. 

Bixby Peppermint Drinking Chocolate, $13.20
Credit: @bixbychocolate

Combine that with some Peppermint Drinking Chocolate from Bixby Chocolate ($13.20) and you’ve got a quiet night to remember and a mouth-watering hot treat that tastes like the holidays with every sip. 

Barfoot Scientists Hyper Hydrating Set
Credit: Barefoots Scientists

You can also give an at-home spa experience with Barfoot Scientists Hyper Hydrating Set ($55) and Olive and June’s new nail polish colors ($8), created as part of the brand’s collaboration with Golde, another one of our favorite DTC brands.   

For A Winter Wardrobe Refresh 

Allbirds wool Dweller slippers
Credit: @allbirds

We can all use a wardrobe refresh when the weather outside is frightful. All Birds, one of our favorite sustainable brands, is stepping away from sneakers this holiday season with its new wool Dweller slippers. Pair the slippers with a pair of the world’s softest sweats, Vuori Performance Joggers ($84), and you’ve got the perfect present for a lazy Sunday morning.  

 A new pair of cashmere gloves is always a solid gift choice. At $30, the price is right for Italic’s Cashmere Ripped-Cuff Gloves, which are now available to all -- membership free! .  

Be.Happe Hearts Hat (starting at $32)
Credit: Be.Happe

And these vibrant colored knit and crocheted winter hats from Be.Happe Designs are my new favorites, for both the warmth and the adorable mommy and me styles. You can buy the mommy and me bundle for $80 or one hat starting at $32. By doing so you’re supporting a team of female creatives who make each hat by hand.  

There you have it: some of the best gifts you can buy for under $100. So treat yourself and your loved ones to something on this list and get the best gifts without breaking the bank!  

Shop The Edit:

Year and Day

Fable

Alicia Boateng

Jiggy

Snif

Bixby Chocolate

Barfoot Scientists

Olive and June

Vuori

Italic

Be.Happe Designs

Products In This Article

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