Treat her like the Queen she is with these amazing gifts for women

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With Mother’s Day on the horizon, it’s important to show the women in your life how important they are to you. A great way to do that is buying them one of these great gifts for women.

Whether she is passionate about her health, loves looking after her body or just likes to have fun, we’ve pulled together a bunch of gift ideas for all types of women.

The BTTR list of top gifts for women for 2023

If your budget is a bit tighter, check our guides to the best gifts under $20 and gifts under $50 as well.

What to consider when buying gifts for women

Whether you are shopping for Mother’s Day or Christmas, buying the right gift for her requires thought, understanding and consideration. You can’t just pick up any old gift and hope she will love it.

Here are some of the things you should consider when choosing gifts for women.

What are her interests?

This is fundamental to all gift giving. Knowing what she is passionate about will help guide you to find the perfect gift.

If she enjoys working out, look at ideas like an activity tracker or a yoga mat or a good quality drink bottle.

Or if she spends a lot of time at the beach, think about ideas like a nice beach towel or beach bag.

If you aren’t sure what her interests are, consider asking her, or even asking one of her friends or family members. The results will speak for themselves.

The reason for the gift

The other big consideration when choosing a gift is what the gift is for.

A secret Santa gift is not the same as a cheap birthday gift.

Have a think about the reason you are buying her a present and see if that can help you choose something great.

For example, if you are shopping for a Secret Santa, consider Christmas themed products. If it’s for a birthday, something that reflects her age may be appropriate.

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  • Nick Broughall

    Nick is the founder and editor of BTTR. He is an award winning product reviewer, who has spent the last 20 years writing, editing and publishing technology and consumer content for brands like Finder, Gizmodo and TechRadar.

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