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7 Last Minute Local Mother's Day Gifts for Under $100

For all you last minute shoppers out there, we've got your back. We pulled together a bundle of hip mom-essentials from seven fantastic local boutiques, to mix, match and make her smile. 

1. fLuXuS Knotted Dress at Azalea, $99

Azalea, 411 Hayes St.

This versatile jersey dress is comfy to boot, can be dressed up or down, and will flatter nearly every body. 


2. Mother's Day Gift Box at Miette, $40

Miette, 1 Ferry Building; 449 Octavia St.

Delicious and perfectly dainty, you can never go wrong with a Miette gift box.


3. Body Scrub at Laline, $24.95

Laline, 2106 Chestnut St.

Bring spa treatments home and let the mother in your life pamper herself with this luscious, exfoliating body scrub. 

 

4. The Harbinger Co. Gem Drop Earrings at The Curiosity Shoppe, $40

The Curiosity Shoppe, 855 Valencia St.

These laster-cut bamboo earrings are delicately edgy, sustainable, and made right here in SF. 


5. Alessi Kiwi Watering Can at Zinc Details, $49

Zinc Details, 1905 Fillmore St; 2410 California St.

For the urban gardener, handy home-maker and all-around super mom, try this clever watering can. It's so well designed, you don't even have to garden to love it. 

 

6. Ticket Mother's Day Card at Lavish, $6

Lavish, 508 Hayes St.

Sometimes all you need is some hand-written love. Lavish has a great selection of Mother's Day and thank you cards to help you say, "Mom, you rock." 


7. The Art of McSweeny's at Chronicle Books, $45

Chronicle Books, 680 2nd St; 1846 Union St; 865 Market St, Floor 2.

The beloved local lit mag, McSweeny's, celebrates it's 11th anniversary with this grogeous collection of quirky art, design, and interviews -- a smart, classy addition to mom's coffee table. 

 

Lily Ko (lily.7x7 @ gmail.com) studied fashion design and merchandising at Central Saint Martins and the Academy of Art University. In addition to writing for 7x7, Lily is an editor at SF Station, works as a freelance stylist and covers food, fashion and fun on her blog, Curated SF.