35 Excellent Gifts for Moms of All Kinds—All Under $200

Moms wear many hats, whether they’re the unofficial record keepers, peacekeepers, cooking savants, or serious crafters, and accordingly, the best gifts for Mom are ones that show your appreciation—and also complement her varied interests. The holidays are fast approaching, and there are many ways to help your mom or the mother figure in your life feel appreciated this year.

To get your online shopping list in order, below, we’ve assembled a gift guide for the many types of moms in your life. Think selective mothers-in-law, fastidious organizers, dessert enthusiasts, outdoorsy moms, new moms who deserve a minute, and even Bean-boot moms who can’t resist a good monogrammed tote. Our top picks range from comfy bathrobes, best-selling essential oil diffusers, fitness gadgets, and wine to gift boxes, subscriptions, and gift cards. If your purse strings are tight, you’ll find that most of these affordable gifts for moms fall under $200 and come from retailers like Amazon, Etsy, and Nordstrom.

Lastly, here’s a reminder that it doesn’t have to be Mother’s Day, a birthday, or major holiday to send your mom a little something that lets her know just how special she is to you. In fact, it’s the surprise gifts that are sometimes the most thoughtful of all.

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