Fall Hostess Gift Guide: Unique Presents She’ll Love

It’s the season of giving and expressing gratitude for all the times you’ve been invited over for brunch, lunch, dinner and cocktails. If you’re feeling conflicted about what to get your hostess with the mostest, you can relax—we’ve done the hard work for you. Our handy Fall Hostess Gift Guide is complete with perfectly-priced, hand-picked items that are thoughtful, personal and unique. You’re welcome.

Fall Hostess Gift Guide

 

Fall Hostess Gifts - Discover, a blog by World Market

1. Sterling Silver with Turquoise Necklace
Ready to gift in an upcycled sari pouch, this gorgeous gold toned necklace is sure to get you a lot of oohs and aahs.

2. Olive Wood Trencher Board
Hello, gorgeous. A natural look and organic shape make this multifunctional board a must-have in any kitchen.

3. Green Dots Woven Throw
Turn up the warm and fuzzies with our new woven throw. It’s super soft and makes fall movie nights on the couch oh-so-comfy.

4. Moscow Mule Mug
Low-maintenance with an easy-grip handle, this classic copper mug makes a perfect gift for the hostess-mixologist.

5. Wood-Carved Animal Pens
Because she’ll want to write her thank-you notes with a pen that’s a little on the wild side.

6. Hand-painted Buddha Boxes, Set of 2
Give the gift of stylish organizing! Store precious baubles and tchotchkes in these hand-crafted, hand-painted boxes.

7. Stag Tote with Striped Handle
She’ll love toting around this carryall at the farmer’s market, on her work commute, and everywhere in between.

8. Ceramic Napkin Rings, Set of 4
Forget the perfect fold. It’s all about bold, unique napkin rings at the fall table!

9. Pomegranate Floral Cotton Napkins, Set of 4
Nail down the festive holiday look with a set or two of these vibrant, printed napkins.

10. Cinnamon Stick Scented Candle
The warm, cozy smell of fall wouldn’t be complete without wafts of cinnamon!

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