Pick up the perfect Mother's Day gift based on your mom's personality and interests.
You have one more week to score a thoughtful Mother’s Day gift for the women in your life.
But don’t sweat it. Here are some options for all types of moms.
Filson Quilted Mile Marker Vest ($225 at Filson, Sodo). For the mom who’s itching to hit the campsite, or who wants to look Seattle-chic at little league games, there’s this new vest from the venerable Seattle company. It’s lightweight, rain repellent and designed in classic Filson style.
Kate Spade New York Keaton Street Round Picture Frame ($35 at Nordstrom). For the sentimental mom, pick up this retro-chic frame, perfectly sized for a desk or mantel, and pop in a photo of you and your siblings.
Yeti Yoga Mat ($60 at target.com). The downdog-loving mom will appreciate this hip Portland-designed and -printed yoga mat made with eco-friendly PVC and ink.
Tommy Bahama Thinny Traveler Wrap ($68 at Tommy Bahama). Wrap up the mom on the go in this stylish, summery wrap from local firm Tommy Bahama. It’s machine washable and can be stowed in a matching stuff sack.
Bite Beauty Love, Bite Lip Set ($42 at Sephora). For the glam mom, this set comes with two full-size Multisticks that can be used on eyes, lips and cheeks, plus a new Prismatic Pearl Crème Lip Gloss and a floral compact mirror.
Elaia Spa Mother’s Day Spa Package ($300 at Elaia Spa, downtown; call 206-695-1234 to book). The mom who needs a break will truly appreciate this package from the spa at Seattle’s downtown Hyatt at Olive 8. It includes a 60-minute body scrub, 60-minute facial, a manicure, a gift from the spa and a $25 dining credit toward lunch at the hotel’s restaurant, Urbane. It must be scheduled for this week (through May 14), so act fast.
Brooks Vanguard Heritage ($75 at Brooks Trailhead, Wallingford). For the mom who never sits still, pick up a pair of these comfy and stylish kicks. Local company Brooks is retiring its heritage-inspired line after this spring, so you might want to pick up a pair for yourself while you’re at it.