No Wool Socks Here: Pretty, Under-$100 Stocking Stuffers That Everybody Wants

   By shefinds  Dec 17, 2010

Sure, everyone loves the big gifts, but sometimes the tiny stocking-stuffers can be even more fun. If you’re in charge of stuffing stockings this year, look no further than these adorable under-$100 presents ? they are so cute (and wallet-friendly) that you’ll want to keep some for yourself:

Kate Spade’s Large Bow Ring ($79) is shiny, adorable, and just the thing to wear to all those New Year’s Eve parties.

Essie’s “Winter Collection” 6-Pack ($48) is the perfect stocking stuffer for the girl in your life who changes her nail polish every other day and always wants the latest shade. Search=over.

This Great Job On Notepad ($3.99) from ModCloth is a much cuter alternative to Post-It notes and such a great price you can get them for everyone on your list.

Dannijo’s Isabel iPhone Cover ($98) will keep her iPhone safe AND stylish. When has she ever seen a case this cool?

The Original Shashi Bracelet ($65) is a modern take on the friendship bracelet- but a lot more glam. Pile them on for a California-girl flair.

For your hyper-organized pal, this Light of My Life Highlighter Set ($10.99) from ModCloth makes the ideal stocking-stuffer, and makes her color-coding obsession a lot more fun.

These Berkshire Opaque Tights ($8.95) are a winter staple, making her summer dresses suddenly wearable in the colder months.

ModCloth’s Coast to Coaster Set in Flowers ($17.99) is just what your interior-design-loving pal wanted: functional and chic.

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twoboymom by twoboymom | Egg Harbor, NJ
Feb 03, 2011

My stockings are stuffed with lots of love and much more thrifty ideas!!

kcrowe2 by kcrowe2 | Jackson, TN
Jan 13, 2011

I could never spend that much money on stocking stuffers. I usually fill a whole stocking for $20 or less with many neat things.

heather1955 by heather1955 | SIOUX CITY, IA
Jan 08, 2011

I think you are not in touch with real people We dont spend that much I find stufft thru out the year on clearance . I am not sure where you shop

byhwdy by byhwdy | NEWTON, KS
Jan 07, 2011

I know! When I saw UNDER $100!?!?!? I thought what??? When I think of stocking stuffers, I think of under $10 (or maybe even under $1!).

thebutlerdidit by thebutlerdidit | CHEBOYGAN, MI
Jan 01, 2011

I'm going to have to agree. There are some great stocking stuffer ideas out there. Unfortunately, none of these qualify. Let me know if you want me to work up a list next year. It can't be a last-minute list, either. Posting a list on Dec 17th is not going to give people time enough to gather up any of the items on the list.

joy9281 by joy9281 | TOLEDO, OH
Dec 25, 2010

wow! these are all expensive ideas and none of them are even something I or anyone I know woulsd be interested in getting as a gift at all

LISA2699 by LISA2699 | Saugus, MA
Dec 21, 2010

I agree. This is a silly list and not practical for people who are going through the holidays while laid off. Christmas is hard enough this year.

alliciac by alliciac | WORCESTER, MA
Dec 21, 2010

If I spend more than $5 on something, it gets wrapped or put in a gift bag - not in a stocking.

MadHatter by MadHatter | Whitestone , NY
Dec 21, 2010

i agree with Centrej. these things are way too expensive especially with those who are penny pinching? no thanks.

centrej by centrej | WALLA WALLA, WA
Dec 21, 2010

I thought stocking stuffers were CHEAP to fill a stocking with, not cost as much as a real present.