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Christmas Gift Guide-Part 2 (For the Fashionista)

Yesterday's gift guide centered on items for the home.  Today, we'll be focusing on items for the fashionable females out there. I'm sure we all have a least one person on our list that fits that description, right?  This list was the hardest for me to make because there are so many wonderful gifts out there.  BUT I've narrowed it down to my absolute favorites that are budget-friendly and also one size fits all!

HoH Gift Guide (Part 2) - For the Fashionista 

1. Originals Python Watch by Timex-$60.00.  This timeless watch will add a little vintage flare to any outfit. 
2.Woven Fringed Infinity Scarf by David & Young-$22.00.  Scarves are the perfect winter accessory and this teal color is right on trend. 
3. Bangle Bracelets by Robert Rose-$36.00.  Add a little dazzle to any outfit by stacking these bangles.  You can even mix and match with other bracelets.
4. Sequin Wallet by Zara-$59.50.  This sequin clutch speaks for itself.  The colors and the pattern are sure to be a showstopper. 
5. What's Up Doc? Vegan Handbag by LuLu's-$42.00.  This doctor-inspired bag is big enough to carry all of your necessities in style.
6. Gold Monogram Necklace by Danielle Stevens-$78.00.  Monogrammed jewelry is always a great idea for a personalized gift, and this necklace is so versatile you can wear it all year long. 
7. Winter Collection Nail Polish by Essie-$17.00.  Don't forget your nails need a little attention too.  This winter collection has the perfect colors for the holiday season.

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