Editor’s Picks: What To Get Mama for Mother’s Day

May 7, 2022
By Editorial Staff

Two-Piece Cotton Greek Key Pajama Set.

Perfect for a night in with mom, this two-piece pink Greek key pajama set will make mom feel like a muse. ($170 on Saksfifthavenue.com)

Greek Goddess Coin Station Bracelet.

There’s no better way to show her that she’s just like any Greek goddess than this handcrafted coin station bracelet. ($125 on Nordstrom.com)

Athena Pregnancy Leggings.

Spread the love to mom and her baby bump with these extra comfy pregnancy leggings. ($57 on Nordstrom.com)

Cities Athens Candle:

This Baobab collection Parthenon patterned candle will take her on a mini Athens journey. ($398 on Neimanmarcus.com)

Classic Structured Tote.

Prepare her for a chic outing or trip with this chocolate-colored classic tote. ($315 on Almira-design.com)

Greek Coffee Cup Set.

Make her the perfect double Greek coffee in this sleek silver Greek key set. ($77 on Yia-mas.com)

Greek Embroidery Book.

Guide her through the Greek islands with this beautifully designed embroidery book. ($60 on Hellenicaesthetic.com)

Εvil Eye Frame.

Print your favorite photo and match it with Olivia Riegel’s evil eye frame for the ideal mother’s day gift. ($210 on Bloomingdales.com)

Βeautiful Icon from Mount Athos.
For a thoughtful, religious choice, Mount Athos’ icon makes the perfect house gift.

Grecian Glow Skincare Ritual.

Give her some Grecian glow with Korres’ skincare rituals. ($38 on Sephora.com)

Satin Evil Eye Robe.

Made from soft satin, Leslie Amon’s evil eye embroidered robe will offer mom the coziest nights. ($675 on Net-a-porter.com)


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