Our favorite cheap and chic holiday gifts for the fashionista in your life.

Our favorite cheap and chic holiday gifts for the fashionista in your life.

BOLD EARRINGS

Zara’s Long Gem earrings add glam to your holiday. $19.90 at zara.com.

RAINBOW CUPS

The Museum of Contemporary Art’s Fred and Friends metallic rainbow cups add holiday shine. $15.95 at mcachicago.org.

TORTOISE LINK BRACELET

Bling Jewelry’s acrylic Tortoise Link Bracelet makes a chic statement. $16.99 at blingjewelry.com.

CHAMPAGNE GLASSES

Roost’s hand-painted Meadow Champagne flutes and glasses offer an early blast of spring. $15.80 each at Eataly stores.

BROOCHES

Topshop’s Layered Flower Brooch, left, and Statement Flower Brooch are reminiscent of vintage bakelite. $25 and $14 at topshop.com.

GRAPHIC TEALIGHTS

Decoupaged Dian Tealights from Jayson Home add a bohemian vibe with graphic vintage paper wraps. $8 at jaysonhome.com.

BANGLE CUFF

The Alchemy Shop X-Factor Cubic Zirconia bangle cuff is a new twist on a classic bangle. $22.99 at thealchemyshop.com.

POMPOM HAT

Zara updates a classic with the Supersize Knit Pompom Hat. $12.90 at zara.com.

AGATE COASTERS

Jayson Home’s agate coasters add natural beauty to your home. $20 at jaysonhome.com.

STACKING DISHES

Jonathan Adler’s chic porcelain Carnaby Zebra Stacking Dishes add a pop of graphic glamour to any bedside, bathroom or table setting. $24 each at jonathanadler.com.

JAZZY KEY RING

Topshop’s striped faux-fur key ring will jazz up a basic black bag. $15.90 at topshop.com.

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