We can’t get enough of these luxe gifts that (surprisingly) won’t break the bank. On your mark, get set, wow everyone on your list!

Hansel From Basel Monogrammable Cashmere Socks
Photo: Moda Operandi

So you can't quite swing a cashmere sweater this year... They won't notice if you put these cozy-chic, monogrammed cashmere socks under the tree.

($60; modaoperandi.com)

Labyrinthos Academy Golden Thread Tarot Cards
Photo: Labyrinthos Academy

The future is most definitely bright. Confirm it with a set of gold-foil tarot cards (pair with the coordinating app for the full experience).

($45; labyrinthos.co)

Tache Spiced Chai Truffle
Photo: Tache

With a milk chocolate shell, masala chai milk chocolate ganache inside, and a hint of black tea, these truffles taste as good as they look (and that's saying something).

($19.59-$39.19; tachechocolate.com)

Hawkins New York Louise Vase
Photo: Hawkins New York

These copper-accented vases make even grocery-store stems look $$$ but are equally pretty on their own as decoration. A win-win for stylish homebodies.

($35-$95; food52.com)

Little Seed Farm Activated Charcoal Set
Photo: West Elm

This super-giftable soap and body scrub set is both on trend (ahem, charcoal) and utterly charming (products are made by hand on a family farm in Tennessee).

($25; westelm.com)

Roe Caviar
Photo: Saks Fifth Avenue

Look, caviar isn't cheap, but Roe Caviar's packaging will make it look like you spent more than a Benjamin, especially when your giftee sees what's inside: a mother-of-pearl spoon, a fancy gold key, and a tin of white sturgeon caviar.

($100; saksfifthavenue.com)

Madeira Cocotte Set
Photo: Architec

For the mom/friend/sibling who's always wanted a Creuset, these mini baking dishes are just as pretty but way cheaper.

($69.99 for two; architecproducts.com)

Little Seed Farm Activated Charcoal SetVintage Board Games
Photo: WS Game Company

Vintage board games (Clue, Monopoly, Yahtzee, Scrabble) that come packaged in a linen-wrapped book worthy of display are gift-giving gold.

($39; wsgamecompany.com)

Kikkerland Fish Magic Soap
Photo: Bed Bath & Beyond

This fish-shaped "soap" truly is magical: It spruces up the sink area and rids hands of stinky odors from garlic, onions, fish, and more.

($12.99; bedbathandbeyond.com)

Knob Creek Smoked Maple Whiskey
Photo: Knob Creek

This smooth, enjoyable, smokey-sweet booze gives new meaning to whiskey neat.

($21.99-$55.09; drizly.com)

Lettermade Milly Guest Towels
Photo: Lettermade

Modern, monogrammed hand towels are thoughtful, sophisticated, and so adult. Gifting a pair of these to your holiday hosts will only set you back $60 (including monogram!).

($36-$60; shoplettermade.com)

Fresh Burgundy Truffles
Photo: Regalis

These Italian truffles take ordinary spaghetti up a billion notches. Pasta-loving pals won't know what hit them.

(from $35; regalisfoods.com)

Opinel Pocket Knives
Photo: Opinel

Stuck on what to get that hard-to-shop-for? A fancy French knife should do the trick. We're partial to the playful, limited-edition Tour de France blades, but you also can't go wrong with the classics.

($20-$49; opinel-usa.com)

Viddy DIY Pinhole Camera Kit
Photo: Lomography

Shutterbugs will go gaga for this adorable DIY pinhole camera, which snaps vintage-esque photos on actual film.

($49.95; amazon.com)

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