Glamour's perfect gifts for impossible people

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Figue clutch

(Courtesy of figue.com)

These cool gifts are what Glamour editors are giving! And they start at just $10!

For the girls in your inner circle:

“A pouch is today's It Bag,” says senior accessories editor Maria Dueñas Jacobs. “And I love it in neon.”

Figue clutch ($195 each, figue.com)

iPhone speaker

(Photo: Cathy Crawford)

For the music lover:

“An iPhone speaker to toss in your purse and take anywhere? Yes, please!” says West Coast editor Jen Weinberg.

C Wonder speaker ($10, cwonder.com)


(See also: Unique gift ideas for everyone on your list)





Alice + Olivia for Target + Neiman Marcus bike

(Courtesy of Target)

For your sister:

“Get her the enviable Alice + Olivia bike—come spring, she'll ride it everywhere,” says online style editor Megan Gustashaw.

Alice + Olivia for Target + Neiman Marcus bike ($500, target.com)






Blue Nile 1/4-carat total weight earrings

(Courtesy of Blue Nile)

For your closest friend:

“Every woman deserves a set of diamonds,” says accessories director Gretchen Gunlocke Fenton.

Blue Nile 1/4-carat total weight earrings ($275, bluenile.com)






Clinique Whole Lotta Colour

(Courtesy of Sephora)

For one of the girls:

“Five shades guarantee that at least one will be her new favorite,” says fashion and beauty writer Lauren Bernstein.

Clinique Whole Lotta Colour ($34.50, Sephora.com)






Zou Bisou Bisou

(Courtesy of minted.com)

For the Mad Men - obsessed:

“This retro poster channeling Mrs. Don Draper is the coolest fan art I've seen,” says entertainment editor Rebecca Sinn.

Zou Bisou Bisou” art print by Tami Bohn ($95 for 16″ × 20,″minted.com)







Italian leather gloves

(Photo: Cathy Crawford)

For your mom:

“Gloves are the ultimate winter accessory—this jewel-toned pair is cozy and chic,” says shopping editor Laurel Pantin.

Talbots Italian leather gloves ($99, talbots.com)









100% Gumdrop necklaces

(Photo: Cathy Crawford)

For your niece:

“Inspirational and affordable,” says associate accessories editor Brooke Danielson.

100% Gumdrop necklaces ($40 each, gumdroplovesyou.com)











West Elm faux-fur throws

(Photo: Cathy Crawford)

For a homebody:

“Furry accents feel luxurious and blend with any decor style,” says fashion editor Jillian Cornejo.

West Elm faux-fur throws ($119 each, westelm.com)











Cute apron

(Photo: Cathy Crawford)

For a wannabe top chef:

“My recipe for a happy cook? A cute apron,” says photo manager (and baking enthusiast) Jen Gobie.

Williams-Sonoma apron (aprons starting at $20, williams-sonoma.com)












Sarah Chloe cuff links

(Courtesy of Sarah Chloe)

For the guy you love most:

“I'd never forget who bought me these babies,” says assistant managing editor Jonathan Brenden Clark.

Sarah Chloe cuff links ($129, sarahchloe.com)











C Wonder Monogrammed Lacquer Box

(Photo: Cathy Crawford)

For cool boss:

“Personalized storage makes the perfect desk accessory,” says assistant to the editor-in-chief Caroline Burke.

C Wonder Monogrammed Lacquer Box ($78, cwonder.com)







Pommery Pop Rose

(Courtesy of TastyArt Ltd.)

Instead of a bottle of champagne… go with a split set.

“A big bottle may sit around for months. Minis beg to be popped now; they scream special,” says gilt.com's Melissa Liebling-Goldberg.

Pommery Pop Rosé four-pack ($60, sherry-lehmann.com)









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